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St. Gregory Barbarigo

St. Gregory Barbarigo

Gregory Barbarigo was born in 1625, of a very old and distinguished Venetian family. A brilliant student, he embraced a diplomatic career and accompanied the Venetian Ambassador, Contarini, to the Congress of Munster in 1648. 92 more words

Saint Ephrem

Saint Ephrem

Doctor of the Church
(† 378)

Many wonderful lessons can be derived from the life of this Saint, known in particular for his unfailing and remarkable humility. 701 more words

Saint Marcus and Saint Marcellianus

Saint Marcus and Saint Marcellianus

Martyrs
(† 286)

Saint Marcus and Saint Marcellianus were twin brothers of an illustrious family in Rome, who had been converted to the Faith in their youth and were honorably married. 332 more words

The Baltimore Catechism: The Incarnation

SUNDAY SCHOOL

The Baltimore Catechism
Revised Edition (1941)

Lesson 7
The Incarnation

“I believe … in Jesus Christ, His only Son, Our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary …” 694 more words

SS. Nicander and Marcian

SS. Nicander and Marcian, Martyrs

About the Year 303.

THESE saints, as appears from the circumstances of their acts, suffered under Dioclesian, and probably in Mœsia, a province of Illyricum, under the same governor who condemned St. 989 more words

Introitus: Dóminus illuminátio

Dominica IV Post Pentecosten ~ II. classis

Introitus
Ps 26:1; 26:2

Dóminus illuminátio mea et salus mea, quem timebo? Dóminus defensor vitæ meæ, a quo trepidábo? 198 more words

INSTRUCTION ON THE FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

INSTRUCTION ON THE FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST

The Church’s Year
By Rev. Fr. Leonard Goffine

INTROIT The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? 1,659 more words