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The Tomb of Christopher Columbus, at Seville’s Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See.

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Crusaders fighting in Lithuania referred to it as the “land of the Saracens”.

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On September 21, 1217, at the Battle of St. Matthew’s Day, Master Volkwin von Naumburg zu Winterstätten led the Catholic crusaders of the Sword Brethren (and their Finnic/Baltic allies) to victory against the pagan Estonians.

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September 21 is the feast of Saint Quadratus of Athens: Greek convert from paganism, third Bishop of Athens, and apologist, who died circa AD 129.

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September 21 is the feast of Blessed Mark of Modena (born Marco Scalabrini): Italian nobleman, Dominican friar and priest, popular itinerant preacher, Prior of Pesaro, wonderworker, and mystic—who died on this day in 1498.

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September 21 is the feast of Saint Jonah the Sabaite: Syrian nobleman, father of Saints Theophanes and Theodore the Branded (both leading iconodules), widower, Sabaite priest-monk, and wonderworker—who died at Mar Saba (east of Jerusalem) in 829.

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September 21 is the feast of Saint Pierre-Philibert Maubant: French peasant, Catholic priest, missionary to China and Korea, and martyr of the Joseon persecution—beheaded at Saenamteo on this day in 1839, aged 36.

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September 21 is the feast of Saint Jonah the Prophet, whom God sent to foretell the impending destruction of the Assyrian city of Nineveh, and preach penitence among the Ninevites.

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September 21 is the feast of Saint Matthew the Apostle: Galilean publican, writer of the first synoptic Gospel, and martyr for the Faith.

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September 20 is the feast of Saint Eusebia and Companions: 39 nuns and their noble abbess massacred by Muslim invaders at Marseilles in 838.

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September 20 is the feast of the Korean Martyrs, commemorating 103 of the approximately 10,000 missionaries and Korean Catholics executed by the Joseon dynasty between 1791 and 1888.

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September 19 is the feast of Saint Maria de Cervelló, Virgin: Catalan noblewoman, benefactress of Christians in Islamic slavery, Mercedarian nun, founding Prioress of Barcelona, mystic, ecstatic, and wonderworker—who died on this day in 1290, aged 59.

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September 19 is the feast of Saint Alonso de Orozco: Castilian nobleman, Augustinian friar and priest, Prior of Soria, Medina del Campo, Seville, Granada, and Valladolid, monastic reformer, theologian, mystic, prolific writer, and popular preacher—who died on this day in 1591.

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September 19 is the feast of Saint Goeric (a.k.a. Abbo): Frankish nobleman, father of two (including Saint Precia), Bishop of Metz, friend and adviser to King Dagobert, and monastic founder, who died on this day in AD 647.

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September 19 is the feast of Blessed Francisca Cualladó Baixauli, Virgin: 45-year-old Valencian seamstress, Catholic Action member, and martyr of the Spanish Civil War—murdered by the Reds at Benifaió on this day in 1936.

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September 19 is the feast of Saint Januarius: Roman patrician, thirteenth Bishop of Benevento, and martyr of the Great Persecution—executed at Pozzuoli, circa AD 305. He is the patron saint of blood donors, blood banks, and the city of Naples.

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September 19 is the feast of Our Lady of La Salette, commemorating the Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparition before two French shepherd children on this day in 1846.

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September 19 is the feast of Saint Theodore of Tarsus: Cilician-Greek scholar, refugee of the Islamic invasions, Basilian monk at Rome, seventh Archbishop of Canterbury, reformer, and co-founder of the School of Canterbury—where he died on this day in 690, aged about 88.

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September 18 is the feast of Saint Joseph of Cupertino (born Giuseppe Maria Desa): Apulian peasant, mystic, ecstatic, Conventual Franciscan friar, priest, ascetic, wonderworker, and patron saint of astronauts—who died at Osimo on this day in 1663, aged 60.

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September 18 is the feast of Saint Richardis: Alemanni noblewoman, Empress of the Romans and Queen of West and East Francia, Italy, and Bavaria (as consort of Charles III), foundress of Andlau Abbey, wonderworker, widow, and Benedictine nun—who died circa 895.

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On September 18, 324, Saint Constantine the Great defeated his rival Licinius at the Battle of Chrysopolis, ending the Tetrarchy—and leaving him as sole Augustus of the Roman Empire.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Unni, the “Third Apostle of the North”: Saxon nobleman, Benedictine monk of Corvey Abbey, sixth Metropolitan Archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen, and missionary to Denmark, Geatland, and Sweden—where he died at Birka on this day in AD 936.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Peter of Arbués: Aragonese nobleman, Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Studium of Bologna, Augustinian canon regular at Zaragoza, second Provincial Inquisitor of Aragón, and martyr—assassinated by Marranos in 1485, aged about 44.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Lambert of Maastricht: Austrasian-Frankish nobleman, protégé of Saint Theodard, Benedictine monk, penultimate Bishop of Maastricht, missionary to Toxandria, and martyr—murdered circa 707, for opposing the adultery of Pepin II and Alpaida.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Columba of Spain, Virgin: Andalusian noblewoman, nun at Tabanos, and martyr of the Cordoban persecutions—beheaded for anti-Islamic speech on this day in 853, under Emir Muhammad I.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Albert of Vercelli: Parmese nobleman, canonist, Lateran canon regular, Prior of Mortara, Bishop of Bobbio and Vercelli, legate to Clement III and Innocent III, Patriarch of Jerusalem, and author of the Carmelite Rule—murdered at Acre in 1214.

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September 17 is the Feast of the Stigmatization of Saint Francis of Assisi, commemorating his reception of the stigmata at Mount La Verna in 1224, during the apparition of a crucified seraph.

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September 17 is the feast of the “Sibyl of the Rhine”, Saint Hildegard of Bingen, Virgin: Rhenish-German noblewoman, mystic, Benedictine nun, Prioress of Disibodenberg, polymath, founding Abbess of Rupertsberg and Bingen, and Doctor of the Church—who died on this day in 1179.

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September 17 is the feast of Saint Robert Bellarmine: Tuscan nobleman, Jesuit priest, Rector of the Gregoriana, Provincial of Naples, papal theologian, Cardinal-Inquisitor, Archbishop of Capua, Bishop of Montepulciano, and Doctor of the Church—who died in 1621, aged 78.

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September 16 is the feast of Saint Ludmila: Sorbian princess, Duchess consort of Bohemia (as the wife of Bořivoj I), convert from Slavic paganism, widow, regent to her grandson Saint Wenceslaus the Good, and martyr—assassinated at Tetín Castle in 921.

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September 16 is the feast of Blessed Pope Victor III (born Dauferius; a.k.a. Desiderius): Beneventan nobleman, Benedictine monk, Abbot of Monte Cassino, legate of Stephen IX to Constantinople, reformer, hagiographer, and 158th Bishop of Rome—who died on this day in 1087.

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September 16 is the feast of Saint Edith of Wilton, Virgin: 10th century West Saxon princess, Benedictine nun, and Abbess of Wilton.

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September 16 is the feast of Saint Cyprian (Thaschus Cæcilius Cyprianus): Romano-Berber nobleman, lawyer, orator, rhetorician, convert, benefactor of the poor, Bishop of Carthage, theologian, opponent of Novatianism, and martyr of the Valerianic persecution—beheaded in AD 258.

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September 16 is the feast of Saint Andrew Kim Taegŏn: 25-year-old Korean yangban, Catholic priest, and martyr of the Joseon persecutions—tortured and beheaded at Saenamteo on this day in 1846.

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September 15 is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, commemorating the Seven Sorrows suffered by the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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September 14 is the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, or “Roodmas”, commemorating the discovery of the True Cross by Empress Saint Helena, circa AD 326.

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The Cross of Cong, commissioned by Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobair—King of Connacht and High King of Ireland—in the early 12th century.

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September 13 is the feast of Saint John Chrysostom, “Doctor of the Eucharist”: Antiochian-Greek nobleman, ascetic, hermit, philosopher, theologian, mystic, orator, ninth Metropolitan Archbishop of Constantinople, reformer, and liturgist—who died in exile on this day in 407.

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September 12 is the feast of Saint Eanswythe, Virgin: Franco-Kentish princess, Benedictine nun, wonderworker, and founding Abbess of Folkestone, where she died circa AD 640.

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On September 12, 1213, a massively outnumbered Catholic army defeated the Cathars and their allies at the Battle of Muret—the last major engagement of the Albigensian Crusade.

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“Turkish Forces Storming the Löwelbastei (Vienna, 1683)” by Leander Russ (fl. 1809-1864)

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September 12 is the Feast of the Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary, commemorating Our Lady’s intercession on behalf of Catholic forces at the 1683 Battle of Vienna.

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On September 12, 1683, King Jan III Sobieski of Poland led an outnumbered Catholic coalition to victory against the Turks at the Battle of Vienna, breaking the Ottoman siege with history’s largest cavalry charge, involving some 20,000 horsemen.

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September 11 is the feast of Saint Jean-Gabriel Perboyre: Occitan peasant, Lazarist priest, Rector of Saint-Flour Minor Seminary, Vice-Master of Novices at Paris, missionary to China, and martyr of the Qing persecutions—tortured to death at what is now Wuhan in 1840, aged 38.

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On September 11, 1565, the Great Siege of Malta ended in victory for the island’s Catholic defenders, and defeat for the Ottomans—whose retreat prompted celebrations throughout Europe.

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On September 11, 1697, the heavily outnumbered Catholic forces of the Holy League defeated the Ottomans at the Battle of Zenta, restoring Christian rule to much of central and eastern Europe.

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September 10 is the feast of Saint Ambrose Barlow: English nobleman, convert to Catholicism (from Anglicanism), Benedictine priest-monk, and martyr—hanged, drawn, quartered, and boiled in oil on this day in 1641.

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September 10 is the feast of the Blessed Martyrs of Japan, commemorating 205 missionaries and Japanese Catholics executed for the Faith between 1617 and 1632, under the Tokugawa shogunate.

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September 9 is the feast of Saint Wulfhilda, Virgin: West Saxon noblewoman, Benedictine nun of Wiltun (Wilton), and Abbess of Berecingum (Barking), where she died circa AD 1000.

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September 9 is the feast of Saint Peter Claver, “Apostle of Cartagena” and “Slave of the Slaves”: Catalan Jesuit priest, missionary to the New Kingdom of Granada, and minister to the slaves of Cartagena (in what is now Colombia), where he died on this day in 1654, aged 74.

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September 9 is the feast of Saint Ciarán the Younger (born Ciarán mac an tSaeir): 6th century Irish monk, founding Abbot-Bishop of Clonmacnoise, wonderworker, and patron saint of Connacht.

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September 8 is the feast of Our Lady of Covadonga, commemorating the Blessed Virgin Mary’s intercession at the first battle of the Reconquista in 722, when Asturian forces defeated the Umayyad Caliphate.

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September 8 is the feast of Saint Æthelburh of Kent (a.k.a. Tata): Franco-Kentish princess, Queen consort of Bernicia and Deira (as the wife of King Saint Edwin), mother of four (including Queen Saint Eanflæd), widow, nun, and founding Abbess of Lyminge, where she died circa 647.

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September 8 is the feast of Saint Corbinian (born Waltekis): Gallo-Frankish nobleman, forest hermit, wonderworker, missionary to the Duchy of Bavaria, first Bishop of Freising, and monastic founder, who died on this day in AD 730.

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September 8 is the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, commemorating her immaculate birth to Saints Anne and Joachim.

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September 6 is the feast of Blessed Michał (Jan Franciszek) Czartoryski: Polish prince, architect, veteran of the Polish–Soviet War, Dominican friar and priest, Home Army chaplain, and martyr of the Nazi persecution—murdered on this day in 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising.

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September 6 is the feast of Saint Zechariah, Israelite priest and prophet, whose name (from the Hebrew זכריה, or Zəḵaryāh) means “God remembers”.

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“The first Mass celebrated in Chile” by Pedro Subercaseaux (1904)

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September 5 is the feast of Saint Teresa of Calcutta (born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu), Virgin: Albanian Catholic nun, missionary to India, mystic, ecstatic, foundress of the Missionaries of Charity, and polyglot—who died on this day in 1997, aged 87.

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September 4 is the feast of Saint Rose of Viterbo, Virgin: 13th century Italian peasant, wonderworker, mystic, ecstatic, Franciscan tertiary, popular preacher, and supporter of Pope Innocent IV.

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“Moses on Mount Sinai” by Jean-Léon Gérôme (1900)

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September 4 is the feast of Saint Moses—Prophet, leader of the Israelites, and receiver of the Law.

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September 3 is the feast of Blessed Guala de Roniis: Lombard nobleman, Dominican friar and priest, mystic, Bishop of Brescia, legate of Pope Gregory IX to Emperor Frederick II, negotiator of the Treaty of San Germano, and ecclesiastical reformer, who died on this day in 1244.

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September 3 is the feast of Pope Saint Gregory the Great, “Doctor of Desire”: Roman aristocrat, Benedictine monk, theologian, exegete, mystic, liturgist, reformer, architect of the mission to the Anglo-Saxons, wonderworker, and Doctor of the Church—who died in AD 604.

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September 3 is the feast of Saint Remaclus: Aquitanian nobleman, Columban monk of Luxeuil, first Abbot of Solignac and Cugnon, courtier and adviser to King Saint Sigebert III of Austrasia, founder-Abbot of Stavelot-Malmedy, and seventh Bishop of Maastricht—who died circa 673.

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September 3 is traditionally the feast of the “Hammer of the Modernists”, Pope Saint Pius X (born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto): liturgical and curial reformer, commissioner of the Code of Canon Law, supporter of scholasticism, opponent of heresy, and wonderworker—who died in 1914.

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Yearly reminder that the month of September is dedicated to Our Lady of Sorrows.

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September 2 is the feast of Saint Ingrid of Skänninge: Swedish noblewoman, widow, friend of Petrus de Dacia, ascetic, mystic, ecstatic, and Dominican nun, who died in 1282.

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September 2 is the feast of Saint William of Roskilde: 11th century Anglo-Saxon priest, chaplain to King Cnut the Great, missionary to Denmark, third Bishop of Roskilde, adviser to King Sweyn II Estridsson, and founder of Ringsted Abbey.

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September 2 is the feast of the Holy September Martyrs: 191 Catholics massacred by French Revolutionaries at Paris’ Carmes Prison in 1792.

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“The Flight of Charles the Bold” by Eugène Burnand (1895)

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The Sack of Rome under Alaric, AD 410 (colorized)

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December 14th is the feast of Saint Venantius Fortunatus: Veneto-Roman nobleman, poet, courtier to the Kings of Austrasia and Neustria, friend of Saints Radegund and Gregory of Tours, hymnographer, hagiographer, and Bishop of Poitiers—where he died circa 609, aged about 79.

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December 14th is the feast of the “Mystical Doctor”, Saint John of the Cross (born Juan de Yepes): Castilian converso, Discalced Carmelite friar, Catholic priest, theologian, mystic, poet, reformer, founder of seven monasteries, and Doctor of the Church—who died in 1591, aged 49.

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December 13th is the feast of Saint Lucy of Syracuse, Virgin: Siculo-Roman noblewoman, benefactress of the poor, and Virgin-Martyr of the Diocletianic Persecution—tortured and executed circa AD 304. She is venerated as patroness of the blind, and of her native city. https://t.co/AggeckwJhc
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: Prior to the Gregorian calendar reform, St. Lucy’s Day coincided with the Winter Solstice, and (particularly in Scandinavian countries with long, dark winters) her feast traditionally anticipates Christmas, celebrating the coming of the Light of Christ.

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December 13th is the feast of Saint Odilia of Alsace, Virgin: Etichonid noblewoman, Columban oblate of Palma (Baume-les-Dames), Benedictine nun and founding Abbess of Hohenburg (in the Vosges Mountains), mystic, and ecstatic—who died circa 720, aged about 60.

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December 13th is the feast of Saint Lucy of Syracuse, Virgin: Siculo-Roman noblewoman, benefactress of the poor, and Virgin-Martyr of the Diocletianic Persecution—tortured and executed circa AD 304. She is venerated as patroness of the blind, and of her native city.

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December 12th is the feast of the “Apostle of Holstein”, Saint Wizelin: Saxon orphan, Scholaster of Bremo (Bremen), Augustinian canon regular, missionary to the Wagrians, founder of Faldera (Neumünster), and twelfth Bishop of Aldenburg (Oldenburg), who died on this day in 1154.

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December 12th is the feast of Saint Finnian of Clonard, “Teacher of the Saints of Ireland”: Irish nobleman, priest-monk, bibliophile, mystic, founder of multiple monasteries (including the hermitage of Skellig), and first Abbot of Clonard—where he died circa 549, aged about 79.

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December 12th is the feast of Saint Columba of Terryglass (born Columb macc Ninnidh): Irish nobleman, disciple of St. Finnian, priest-monk, missionary to the Anglo-Saxons, mystic, and founder-Abbot of Inis Cealtair (Inishcaltra) and Tír Dá Glas, where he died in 552.

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December 12th is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe—Queen of Mexico, Empress of the Americas, and Protectress of Unborn Children.

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December 11th is the feast of Blessed Kazimierz Sykulski: Polish Catholic priest, member of the Sejm, volunteer military chaplain during the Polish–Soviet War, and martyr of the Nazi persecution—killed at Auschwitz on this day in 1941, aged 58.

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December 11th is the feast of Saint Nikephoros Phokas, “Pale Death of the Saracens”: Cappadocian Greek aristocrat, veteran of the Arab-Byzantine Wars, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, co-founder of the Great Lavra of Mount Athos, and ascetic—assassinated on this day in 969. https://t.co/m0jiSZ41g1
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: Prior to his accession, Saint Nikephoros served as Strategos of the Anatolics (military governor of a key Anatolian province) and Domestikos of the Scholai of the East (supreme commander of Byzantine forces in the East).

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December 11th is the feast of Pope Saint Damasus, Luso-Roman nobleman and 37th Bishop of Rome, who commissioned the Latin Vulgate from Saint Jerome, fixed the Biblical Canon, improved relations with the East, and encouraged the veneration of martyrs—dying on this day in 384.

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December 11th is the feast of Saint Luke the New Stylite: Phrygian-Greek nobleman, soldier, veteran of the Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars, military chaplain, benefactor of the poor, Basilian hieromonk, Cellarer of Atroa, wonderworker, and stylite at Chalcedon—where he died circa 979.

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December 11th is the feast of Saint Nikephoros Phokas, “Pale Death of the Saracens”: Cappadocian Greek aristocrat, veteran of the Arab-Byzantine Wars, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, co-founder of the Great Lavra of Mount Athos, and ascetic—assassinated on this day in 969.

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November 27th is the feast of Saint Jacob the Mutilated: Iranian nobleman, courtier and adviser to Shahanshahs Yazdgird I and Wahram V, revert from Zoroastrianism, and martyr of the Sasanian persecution—beheaded at Gundeshapur in 421, after refusing to apostatize under torture.

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The Four Evangelists, painted by Fr. Paulus Krebs (fl. 1849-1935) for the Chapel of Grace at Beuron Archabbey.

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“The Translation of the Holy House of Loreto” by Saturnino Gatti (ca. 1510)

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December 10th is the Feast of Our Lady of Loreto, commemorating the 13th century seaborne translation of the Holy House (in which the Holy Family are believed to have lived) from Nazareth to Italy by the Byzantine Greek Angeloi dynasty.

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December 10th is the feast of Saint Swithun Wells: Hampshire-born English gentleman, Catholic recusant, poet, musician, sportsman, tutor, school-master, shelterer of priests, and martyr of the Elizabethan persecution—hanged at Gray’s Inn on this day in 1591, aged about 55.

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December 10th is the feast of Blessed Anton Durcovici (né Durkowitsch): Austro-Romanian Catholic priest, seventh Bishop of Iaşi, Apostolic Administrator of Bucharest, anti-Communist dissident, and martyr—tortured to death by the Marxist–Leninist regime in 1951, aged 63. https://t.co/oZglQ3eGqi
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“The voyage of King Arthur and Morgan le Fay to the Isle of Avalon” by Frank William Warwick Topham (1888)

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December 10th is the feast of Saint Edmund Gennings (alias Ironmonger): English convert from Anglicanism, Catholic priest, missionary to London, and martyr of the Elizabethan persecution—hanged, drawn, and quartered in 1591 (aged 24), after refusing to apostatize under torture.

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December 10th is the feast of Saint Eulalia of Mérida: Luso-Roman noblewoman and Virgin-Martyr of the Great Persecution, tortured to death at Augusta Emerita on this day in 304, after refusing to apostatize.

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December 10th is the feast of Blessed Gaspar Nishi Genka: Catholic samurai, Karō (chief retainer) of the Koteda clan, father of five, catechist, rōnin, and martyr of the Tokugawa persecution—beheaded at Ikitsuki on this day in 1609, after refusing to apostatize.

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December 10th is the feast of Blessed Anton Durcovici (né Durkowitsch): Austro-Romanian Catholic priest, seventh Bishop of Iaşi, Apostolic Administrator of Bucharest, anti-Communist dissident, and martyr—tortured to death by the Marxist–Leninist regime in 1951, aged 63.

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“Mary with the Baby Jesus” by Eduard Ansen-Hofmann (fl. 1862-1955)

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December 9th is the feast of Saint Hannah, wife of Elkanah and mother of the Prophet Samuel.

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December 9th is the feast of Blessed Liborius Wagner: 38-year-old Thuringian convert (from Lutheranism), Catholic priest, and martyr of the Thirty Years’ War—murdered by Protestant soldiers on this day in 1631, after refusing to apostatize under torture.

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“Dante and Beatrice” by Salvatore Postiglione (fl. 1861-1906)

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December 9th is the feast of the “Good Father of Mattaincourt”, Saint Pierre Fourier: French bourgeois, Augustinian canon regular, Thomist theologian, founder of the Congregations of Our Saviour and Our Lady, parish priest, and educational reformer—who died in 1640, aged 75.

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“The city of Sarras” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/F0Ml3ybnWO
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: “The golden tree” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“Sir Galahad crosses the seas in Solomon’s ship” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/TaLC18Povy
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: “The city of Sarras” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“Sir Galahad passes from the land” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/phNsKFsUMB
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: “Sir Galahad crosses the seas in Solomon’s ship” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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December 9th is the feast of Saint Juan Diego Cuāuhtlahtoātzin, Nahua nobleman and Catholic convert, to whom Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared four times in December of 1531.

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“The passing of King Amfortas” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/vKnhL0zf6w
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: “Sir Galahad passes from the land” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“Sir Galahad wedded to Blanchefleur” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/o1Na3E9Xt4
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: “The passing of King Amfortas” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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@houshou_pic_bot >his church doesn’t canonize martyrs killed in battle against the infidel

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“The Castle of Maidens” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/FPpnsOjdMy
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: “Sir Galahad wedded to Blanchefleur” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Diego Velázquez (ca. 1618-1620)

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“Sir Galahad receives the key to the Castle of Maidens” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/QmP9jw6mis
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: “The Castle of Maidens” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The seven knights of darkness” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/qhZbqIGCII
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: “Sir Galahad receives the key to the Castle of Maidens” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The Boy’s King Arthur” by Newell Convers Wyeth (ca. 1917)

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“Sir Galahad contemplates his quest” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/WtQnKPe8sM
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: “The seven knights of darkness” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“King Amfortas and the castle of the Grail lie under a spell” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/qtgvSN0QXZ
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: “Sir Galahad contemplates his quest” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The knights of the Round Table set forth on the search for the Holy Grail” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/ZDpKZXbxlG
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: “King Amfortas and the castle of the Grail lie under a spell” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Francisco de Zurbarán (ca. 1628-1630)

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“The Arthurian Round Table and the fable of the Seat Perilous” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/zLTrHXtJx9
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: “The knights of the Round Table set forth on the search for the Holy Grail” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“Sir Lancelot and Sir Bors outfit Galahad with his spurs” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/SPcti8uOnf
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: “The Arthurian Round Table and the fable of the Seat Perilous” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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December 8th is the feast of Saint Romaric: Merovingian aristocrat, Count Palatine and adviser to King Theudebert II of the Austrasian Franks, widower, Columban monk of Luxovium (Luxeuil), and co-founder and second Abbot of Habend (Remiremont), where he died in 653.

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“The infant Galahad” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895) https://t.co/o9ZXDSqQgB
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: “Sir Lancelot and Sir Bors outfit Galahad with his spurs” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The infant Galahad” by Edwin Austin Abbey (ca. 1893-1895)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Alonso Cano (1648)

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December 8th is the feast of Blessed Alojzy Liguda: Polish-Silesian peasant, veteran of the First World War, Verbite missionary, Catholic priest, philologist, prisoner of Dachau, and martyr of the Nazi persecution—murdered on this day in 1942, aged 44.

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Philipp Veit (1830)

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“The Immaculate Conception with Saint Joachim and Saint Anne” by Francisco de Zurbarán (ca. 1638-1640)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Carlo Crivelli (1492)

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“The Immaculate Conception of El Escorial” by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (ca. 1660-1665)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Diego Velázquez (1619)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (ca. 1767-1769)

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“The Immaculate Conception” by Francisco Zurbarán (1632)

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The 8th century Columban hermitage of Trambileno, in Trentino, Italy.

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December 8th is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, commemorating the preservation of the Blessed Virgin Mary from original sin by virtue of the merits of her Son.

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December 7th is the feast of Saint Ambrose, “Doctor of Virginity”: Gallo-Roman aristocrat, Bishop of Mediolanum (Milan), ascetic, philosopher, theologian, mystic, hymnist, adviser to four Emperors, opponent of Arianism, mentor to Saint Augustine, and wonderworker—who died in 397. https://t.co/LhRzKJlecq
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: Sancte Ambrosi Mediolanensis, Doctor Virginitatis, ora pro nobis.

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“The Incarnation of Christ” by Piero di Cosimo (ca. 1485-1505)

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“The Martyrs in the Catacombs” by Jules Eugène Lenepveu (1855)

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December 7th is the feast of Saint Burgundofara, Virgin: Neustrian-Frankish noblewoman, Columban nun at Villa Campellis (Champeaux), and founding Abbess of Evoriacum (Faremoutiers), where she died circa 656.

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“The Mission of St. Columba to the Picts, A.D. 563” by William Brassey Hole (1898)

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December 7th is the feast of Saint Diuma: Irish Columban monk of Iona and Lindisfarne, chaplain to King Peada and Queen Ealhflæd of Southern Mercia, first Bishop of the Mercians, Lindisfaras, and Middle Angles, and itinerant preacher—who died circa 658.

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December 6th is the feast of Saint Pere Pasqual: Mozarab nobleman, theologian, Canon of Valencia, Mercedarian friar, mentor to Prince Sancho of Aragón, popular preacher, seventh Bishop of Jaén, and martyr of the Islamic persecutions—beheaded at Granada in 1300, aged about 73.

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December 7th is the feast of Saint Ambrose, “Doctor of Virginity”: Gallo-Roman aristocrat, Bishop of Mediolanum (Milan), ascetic, philosopher, theologian, mystic, hymnist, adviser to four Emperors, opponent of Arianism, mentor to Saint Augustine, and wonderworker—who died in 397. https://t.co/LhRzKJlecq
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: At the time of his election as Bishop of Mediolanum (then the capital of the Western Roman Empire), Saint Ambrose was serving as Consularis (Provincial Governor) of Liguria and Aemilia.

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“Joan of Arc, shepherdess” by Jules Eugène Lenepveu (ca. 1886-1890)

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December 7th is the feast of Saint Ambrose, “Doctor of Virginity”: Gallo-Roman aristocrat, Bishop of Mediolanum (Milan), ascetic, philosopher, theologian, mystic, hymnist, adviser to four Emperors, opponent of Arianism, mentor to Saint Augustine, and wonderworker—who died in 397.

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“Annunciation” by John Collier (2001)

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“Saint Nicholas in Glory with Saints John the Baptist and Lucy” by Lorenzo Lotto (ca. 1527-1529)

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“Presentation of the Child at the Temple” by Jules Eugène Lenepveu (fl. 1819-1898)

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“Saint Domitilla Receiving the Veil from Pope Clement I” by Pietro da Cortona (ca. 1620-1625)

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“Saint Ambrose” by Claude Vignon (ca. 1623-1625)

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December 6 is the feast of Blessed Johann Scheffler: Sathmar-Swabian peasant, Catholic priest, Professor of Canon Law and Church History, Bishop of Satu Mare and Oradea, anti-Communist dissident, and martyr—tortured to death by Romania’s Marxist–Leninist regime in 1952, aged 65. https://t.co/n9OBOYVMAy
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: Pictured is his consecration in 1942.

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“Dante and Beatrice” by Henry Holiday (1883)

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The kind of theological insights you’re missing out on if you’re not in a DM with me

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The early 13th century Cluniac Abbey of Paisley, in Renfrewshire, Scotland, built in the Gothic style.

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“Alice Maud Mary Arcliffe as Joan of Arc” by Gilbert Anthony Pownall (1914)

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“Dante inspires Raphael” by Nicaise de Keyser (1860)

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“The Battle of Mons-en-Pévèle” by Charles-Philippe Auguste Larivière (1839)

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The Cistercian Abbey of Neuberg an der Mürz, in Austrian Styria, founded by Duke Otto von Habsburg in 1327, and built in the High Gothic style.

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An early 17th century icon of Saint Francis Xavier, painted by a Kirishitan artist of the Kano school in a syncretic European-Japanese style.

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December 6th is the feast of Saint Nicholas: Lycian-Greek nobleman, benefactor of the poor, Bishop of Myra, opponent of Arianism, and wonderworker—who died on this day in 343, aged about 73.

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December 6 is the feast of Blessed Johann Scheffler: Sathmar-Swabian peasant, Catholic priest, Professor of Canon Law and Church History, Bishop of Satu Mare and Oradea, anti-Communist dissident, and martyr—tortured to death by Romania’s Marxist–Leninist regime in 1952, aged 65.

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“Madonna and Child surrounded by angels” by Eduard Veith (fl. 1858-1925)

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“Madonna with Jesus surrounded by children” by Eduard Veith (1896)

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December 5th is the feast of Saint Crispina of Thagora: Numido-Roman noblewoman, mother of several children, widow, and martyr of the Diocletianic persecution—beheaded at Theveste on this day in 304, under Proconsul Annius Anullinus of Africa.

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December 5th is the feast of Saint Gerald of Braga: Gascon nobleman, Cluniac monk, Armarius of Moissac Abbey, Precentor of Toledo Cathedral, missionary to Portugal, first Metropolitan Archbishop of Braga, and Gregorian reformer—who died at Bornes on this day in 1108.

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December 5 is the feast of Saint Sabbas the Sanctified: Cappadocian Greek nobleman, Basilian hieromonk, cave hermit, founder of eleven monasteries, opponent of Monophysitism, wonderworker, Archimandrite of Palæstina Prima, and liturgist—who died on this day in 532, aged about 93.

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“Flight into Egypt” by Modesto Faustini (ca. 1886-1890) https://t.co/tGdpW4bH9O
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December 5th is the feast of Saint Nicetius of Trier: Arverno-Roman nobleman, Cassianite monk, Abbot of Lemodia (Limoges), missionary to Austrasia, adviser to four Frankish kings, reforming Metropolitan Bishop of Treveris (Trier), and opponent of Monophysitism—who died circa 566.

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On December 5th, 1110, crusaders led by King Baldwin of Jerusalem and King Sigurd of Norway captured Sidon from the Fatimid Caliphate, following the arrival of a Venetian fleet under Doge Ordelafo Faliero. https://t.co/VV3Xc92EWR
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: The capture of Sidon marked the climax of the Norwegian Crusade, King Sigurd “the Crusader” Magnusson’s four-year long expedition.

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“Coronation of the Virgin” by Raffaellino del Garbo (ca. 1511)

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On December 5th, 1110, crusaders led by King Baldwin of Jerusalem and King Sigurd of Norway captured Sidon from the Fatimid Caliphate, following the arrival of a Venetian fleet under Doge Ordelafo Faliero.

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December 5th is the feast of Blessed Nicolas Steno (Niels Steensen), “Father of Modern Geology”: Danish physician, anatomist, Catholic convert (from Lutheranism), palaeontologist, stratigrapher, crystallographer, and Vicar Apostolic of Northern Missions—who died in 1686, aged 48.

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December 4th is the feast of Saint John Damascene, “Doctor of the Assumption”: Syrian nobleman, Umayyad courtier, Sabaite hieromonk, philosopher, theologian, hymnographer, defender of icon veneration, last of the Church Fathers, and Doctor of the Church—who died circa 749. https://t.co/n1zQwjCyoi
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: Sancte Ioannes Damascene, Doctor Assumptionis et Ultime Patrum Ecclesiae, ora pro nobis.

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“Flight into Egypt” by Modesto Faustini (ca. 1886-1890)

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December 4 is the feast of Saint Anno: 11th century Swabian nobleman, Scholaster of Bamberg, Chaplain to Emperor Heinrich III, Provost of Goslar, Prince-Archbishop of Cologne, Arch-Chancellor of Italy, regent and chief adviser to Heinrich IV, and initiator of the Siegburg Reform. https://t.co/sC87KFJOqo
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: Sancte Anno Coloniensis, ora pro nobis.

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December 4th is the feast of Saint Marutha: Romano-Assyrian nobleman, physician, polyglot, reforming Bishop of Maypherkat, emissary of Emperors Arcadius and Theodosius II to Shahanshah Yazdegerd I, theologian, exegete, liturgist, hymnographer, and translator—who died circa 420.

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December 4th is the feast of Saint Clement of Alexandria (born Titus Flavius Clemens): Athenian nobleman, convert from Greek paganism, Platonist philosopher, theologian, mystic, priest, head of the Catechetical School of Alexandria, mentor to Origen, and exile—who died circa 215.

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December 4th is the feast of Saint John Damascene, “Doctor of the Assumption”: Syrian nobleman, Umayyad courtier, Sabaite hieromonk, philosopher, theologian, hymnographer, defender of icon veneration, last of the Church Fathers, and Doctor of the Church—who died circa 749.

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“Saint Bernardo degli Uberti, Bishop of Parma” by Sebastiano Conca (ca. 1740-1750)

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December 4th is the feast of Saint Bernardo degli Uberti: Florentine nobleman, Vallombrosan monk, Abbot of San Salvi, Gregorian reformer, Abbot-General of Santa Trinita, legate to Pope Paschal II, adviser to Matilda of Tuscany, and Cardinal-Bishop of Parma—where he died in 1133.

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December 4 is the feast of Saint Anno: 11th century Swabian nobleman, Scholaster of Bamberg, Chaplain to Emperor Heinrich III, Provost of Goslar, Prince-Archbishop of Cologne, Arch-Chancellor of Italy, regent and chief adviser to Heinrich IV, and initiator of the Siegburg Reform.

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“The Dream of St. Joseph” by Modesto Faustini (ca. 1886-1890) https://t.co/OgdniUcOPH
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December 4th is the feast of Saint Osmund: Anglo-Norman aristocrat, Chaplain and Chancellor to King William “the Conqueror” of England, second Bishop of Salisbury, bibliophile, mentor to Prince Henry, friend of Saint Anselm, and Gregorian reformer—who died on this day in 1099.

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“The Dream of St. Joseph” by Modesto Faustini (ca. 1886-1890)

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A late 12th century stained-glass window of the Prophet Zephaniah, from the Premonstratensian Abbey Church of Saint-Yved, in Braine, Picardy.

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November 29th is the Feast of All Saints of the Seraphic Order, honouring the thousands of Franciscan saints and blesseds.

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Saint Francis Xavier painted in the 18th century Cusco School style, by an anonymous Spanish-Peruvian artist.

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December 3rd is the feast of the Saint Zephaniah, ninth of the Minor Prophets, who encouraged King Josiah of Judah to stamp out idolatry. https://t.co/mDXdISOhiE
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: Pictured is a mosaic from the “Cupola of the Prophets”, above the chancel of St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice.

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