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Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by dignitized, Nov 2, 2002.

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  1. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 5

    Alacrinus of Casamari
    Apollinaris Syncletica
    Cera of Kilkeary
    Charles of Mount Argus
    Convoyon of Redon
    Dorotheus the Younger
    Gaudentius of Gnesen
    Gerlac of Valkenburg
    John Nepomucene Neumann
    Kiara
    Lomer
    Maria Repetto
    Martyrs of Egypt
    Paula
    Simeon Stylites
    Syncletica
    Talida of Antinoë
    Telesphorus

    Pope TELESPHORUS

    Also known as
    Telesforo

    Memorial
    5 January (Latin Church); 22 February (Greek Church)

    Profile
    Greek, probably from Calabria. Pope. Celebrated Easter on Sunday but maintained fellowship with communities that did not. Started the tradition of Christmas Midnight Mass, and decided that the Gloria should be sung. Some legends say he was a hermit before his election, and that he instituted the tradition of Lent, but these are doubtful. Martyred, possibly due to conversions caused by his preaching.

    Papal Ascension
    128-129

    Died
    martyred 138-139; the details have not survived

    Representation
    pope with a chalice over which three Hosts hover (may refer to the celebration of Christmas with 3 Masses said to represent the temporal, spiritual, and eternal birth of Christ); pope with a chalice with a nearby club (possibly an indication of his martyrdom)
     
  2. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 6

    Anastasius VIII
    Andre Bessette
    Diman Dubh of Connor
    Edeyrn
    Eigrad
    Epiphany of the Lord
    Erminold of Prüfening
    Frederick of Saint-Vanne
    Gertrude van Oosten
    Guarinus
    Hywyn of Aberdaron
    John de Ribera
    Macra of Rheims
    Martyrs in Africa
    Melchior
    Merinus
    Peter of Canterbury
    Raphaela Maria Porras
    Schotin
    Wiltrudis of Bergen




    ANDRE BESSETTE

    Also known as
    Alfred Bessette


    Memorial
    6 January


    Profile
    Son of a woodcutter, and eighth of twelve children. His father died in a work-related accident, his mother of tuberculosis, and he was adopted at age twelve by a farmer uncle who insisted he work for his keep. Farmhand, shoemaker, baker, blacksmith, factory worker. At 25 he applied to join the Congregation of the Holy Cross; initially refused due to poor health, but he gained the backing of Bishop Bourget, and was accepted.

    Doorkeeper at Notre Dame College, Montreal. Sacristan, laundry worker and messenger. Spent much of each night in prayer. On his windowsill, facing Mount Royal, was a small statue of Saint Joseph, to whom Andre was especially devoted. "Some day," he believed, "Saint Joseph will be honored on Mount Royal."

    Andre had a special ministry to the sick. He would rub the sick person with oil from a lamp in the college chapel, and many were healed. Word of his power spread, and when an epidemic broke out at a nearby college, Andre volunteered to help; no one died. The trickle of sick people to his door became a flood. His superiors were uneasy; diocesan authorities were suspicious; doctors called him a quack. "I do not cure," he always said. "Saint Joseph cures." By his death, he was receiving 80,000 letters each year from the sick who sought his prayers and healing.

    For many years the Holy Cross authorities had tried to buy land on Mount Royal. Brother Andre and others climbed the steep hill and planted medals of Saint Joseph on it, and soon after, the owners yielded, which incident helped the current devotion to Saint Joseph by those looking to buy or sell a home. Andre collected money to build a small chapel and received visitors there, listening to their problems, praying, rubbing them with Saint Joseph's oil, and curing many. The chapel is still in use.

    Born
    9 August 1845 near Montreal, Canada as Alfred Bessette

    Died
    6 January 1937 of natural causes; more than a million people paid their respects at his funeral

    Beatified
    23 May 1982 by Pope John Paul II

    Canonized
    pending
     
  3. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 7

    Aldric
    Anastasius of Sens
    Brannock
    Canute Lavard
    Cedd
    Clerus of Antioch
    Crispin I of Pavia
    Crispin II of Pavia
    Cronan Beg
    Edward Waterson
    Emilian of Saujon
    Felix
    Januarius
    Julian of Cagliari
    Kentigerna
    Lucian of Antioch
    Nicetas of Remesiana
    Raymond of Penyafort
    Reinhold
    Theodore of Egypt
    Tillo of Solignac
    Valentine
    Wittikund of Westphalia



    LUCIAN of Antioch

    Memorial
    7 January (Western Church); 15 October (Eastern Church)

    Profile
    Following the death of his wealthy parents, he gave away his possessions, and studied rhetoric, philosophy, and Scripture under Macarius at Edessa. Hermit briefly in his youth. Ordained in Antioch. Spiritual director of Saint Pelagia of Antioch.

    Head of a school of theology in Antioch; one of his students was Arius, founder of Arianism. Friend of Paul of Samosata and other heretics, and may have been excommunited himself at one point, but later came back to full communion.

    Noted Scripture scholar, working to insure that copyists made the most exact copies possible, correcting copyist errors by comparing against older texts in the original languages. His edition of the complete Bible, known as the Lucian Recension was used by many churches, and by Saint Jerome during his work on the Vulgate.

    Arrested in Nicomedia during the persecution of Diocletian, and spent nine years in prison. Dragged before the emperor as an example, he struggled to his feet and gave a great defense of the faith. He thrown back in the cells, given no food or water for 14 days, then hauled before the tribunal and interrogated; he answered all questions with "I am a Christian." Martyr.

    Born
    mid 3rd century at Samosata, Syria

    Died
    tortured, starved, and run through with a sword in 312 at Nicomedia, Bithynia; buried at Drepanum (later renamed Helenopolis)

    Canonized
    Pre-Congregation

    Representation
    imprisoned priest lying on potshards and consecrating the Eucharist on his own breast
     
  4. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    MAXIMIAN of Beauvais
    Memorial
    8 January
    Profile
    Missionary from Rome to Beauvais, France. Martyred with Saint Lucian and Saint Julian.
    Died
    martyred in 290 at Beauvais, France
    Canonized
    Pre-Congregation
     
  5. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    PETER of Sebastea
    Memorial
    9 January
    Profile
    Son of Saint Basil the Elder and Saint Emmelia. Youngest of ten children. Brother of Saint Basil the Great, Saint Gregory of Nyssa, and Saint Macrina the Younger. His father died when Peter was an infant, and he was raised and educated by Saint Macrina. Monk in a monastery in Armenia on the Iris River, a house that had been founded by his parents and was headed by his brother Basil. Abbot of the house in 362. Worked to help people suffering in a famine in Pontus and Cappadocia. Ordained in 370. Bishop of Sebastea in 380. Fought fiercely against Arianism in his see. Attended the General Council of Constantinople in 381.
    Born
    c.340 in Caesarea, Cappadocia
    Died
    c.391 in Sebastea of natural causes
    Canonized
    Pre-Congregation
    Additional Information
    Ecole Glossary, by Karen Rae Keck
    Open Directory Project
    For All The Saints, by Katherine Rabenstein
    Lives of the Saints, by Father Alben Butler
    Catholic Encyclopedia, by J P Kirsch
     
  6. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    Thought i'd post those for you Br. Max....i know u've been really busy. God bless.
     
  7. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    THOMIAN of Armagh
    Also known as
    Thomas; Thomas of Armagh; Thomian; Toiman; Toiman of Armagh; Toimen; Toimen of Armagh
    Memorial
    10 January
    Profile
    Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, from c.623. Involved in the controversy over the proper date for celebrating Easter.
    Died
    c.660
    Canonized
    Pre-Congregation
     
  8. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    I'll try to keep this running for u Br. Max until ur able to return. God bless
     
  9. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 11

    Alexander of Fermo
    Anastasius
    Balthasar
    Boadin
    Brandan
    Ethenea
    Fidelmia
    Francisca Salesia
    Honorata of Pavia
    Hyginus
    Leucius of Alexandria
    Leucius of Brindisi
    Lucius
    Mark
    Palaemon
    Paldo
    Peter
    Peter of Alexandria
    Salvius
    Salvius of Amiens
    Severus of Alexandria
    Taso
    Tato
    Theodosius
    Theodosius of Antioch
    Theodosius the Cenobiarch
    Vitalis of Gaza
    William Carter

    BALTHASAR
    Memorial
    11 January
    Profile
    One of the Three Magi.
    Patronage
    epilepsy, epileptics, playing card manufacturers, sawmen, sawyers
    Reading
    When Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of King Herod, behold, magi from the east arrived in Jerusalem, saying, "Where is the newborn king of the Jews? We saw his star 3 at its rising and have come to do him homage."

    When King Herod heard this, he was greatly troubled, and all Jerusalem with him. Assembling all the chief priests and the scribes of the people, he inquired of them where the Messiah was to be born.

    They said to him, "In Bethlehem of Judea, for thus it has been written through the prophet: 'And you, Bethlehem, land of Judah, are by no means least among the rulers of Judah; since from you shall come a ruler, who is to shepherd my people Israel.'"

    Then Herod called the magi secretly and ascertained from them the time of the star's appearance. He sent them to Bethlehem and said, "Go and search diligently for the child. When you have found him, bring me word, that I too may go and do him homage."

    After their audience with the king they set out. And behold, the star that they had seen at its rising preceded them, until it came and stopped over the place where the child was. They were overjoyed at seeing the star, and on entering the house they saw the child with Mary his mother. They prostrated themselves and did him homage. Then they opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. And having been warned in a dream not to return to Herod, they departed for their country by another way.

    Matthew 2:1-12
     
  10. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 12

    Antony Mary Pucci
    Arcadius of Mauretania
    Bartholomew Alvarez
    Benedict Biscop
    Bernard of Corleone
    Caesaria of Arles
    Castulus
    Emmanuel d'Abreu
    Eutropius
    John Gaspard Cratz
    John of Ravenna
    Marguerite Bourgeous
    Martin of León
    Martyrs of Ephesus
    Martyrs of Iona
    Modestus
    Probus of Verona
    Rogatus
    Satyrus
    Tatiana of Rome
    Tigrius
    Victorian
    Vincent da Cunha
    Zoticus

    BERNARD of Corleone

    Also known as
    Bernardo de Corleone; Philipi Latini; Filippo Latino

    Memorial
    12 January

    Profile
    Shoemaker by trade, and considered the greatest swordsman and duelist in Sicily in his day. After mortally wounding a man named Canino in a duel, he sought sanctuary from the law in the church of the Capuchin Friars Minor in Palermo. While hiding there, he had a true conversion, and became a lay-brother of the Order in 1632, changing his name to Brother Bernardo.

    Noted for his extreme austerity and self-imposed penances in an attempt to atone for his earlier life. Had the gift of healing animals by prayer.

    Born
    February 1605 at Corleone, Sicily as Filippo Latino

    Died
    12 January 1667 at Palermo, Sicily

    Beatified
    15 May 1768 by Pope Clement XIII

    Canonized
    10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II
     
  11. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    cool I got my 1000 post in my first thread :)
     
  12. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    Congrats Br. Max on ur 1000th post. I've enjoyed reading this thread and hope u continue with it.
     
  13. Avila

    Avila Boohoo moomoo, cebu

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    :) congrats! :)
     
  14. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    HILARY of Poitiers

    Also known as
    Athanasius of the West; Doctor of the Divinity of Christ
    Memorial
    13 January; formerly 14 January
    Profile
    Born of wealthy polytheistic, pagan nobility, Hilary's early life was uneventful as he married, had children (including Saint Abra), and studied on his own. Through his studies he came to believe in salvation through good works, then monotheism. As he studied the Bible for the first time, he literally read himself into the faith, and was converted by the end of the New Testament.

    Hilary lived the faith so well he was made bishop of Poitiers from 353 to 368. Hilary opposed the emperor's attempt to run Church matters, and was exiled; he used the time to write works explaining the faith. His teaching and writings converted many, and in an attempt to reduce his notoriety he was returned to the small town of Poitiers where his enemies hoped he would fade into obscurity. His writings continued to convert pagans.

    Introduced Eastern theology to the Western Church. Fought Arianism with the help of Saint Viventius Proclaimed Doctor of the Church in 1851.
    Born
    315 at Poitiers, France
    Died
    368 of natural causes
    Patronage
    against snakes, backward children, snake bites
    Prayers
    Prayer for Perseverance in Faith...,
    ...Acknowledging that God is in His Creation
    Additional Information
    Ecole Initiative, by Karen Rae Keck
    Christian Biographies, by James Keifer
    For All The Saints, by Katherine Rabenstein
    Catholic Information Network
    Catholic Encyclopedia
    Lives of the Saints, by Father Alban Butler

    Works
    On the Councils at CCEL
    On the Councils at NewAdvent
    On the Trinity at CCEL
    On the Trinity at NewAdvent
    Homilies on the Psalms at CCEL
    Homilies on the Psalms at NewAdvent

    Readings
    To those who wish to stand in God's grace, neither the guardianship of saints nor the defenses of angels are wanting.

    - Saint Hilary: Commentary on the Psalms, 365AD
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    We have been promised, and he who made the promise is trustworthy: "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you."

    Yes, in our poverty we will pray for our needs. We will study the sayings of your prophets and apostles with unflagging attention, and knock for admittance wherever the gift of understanding is safely kept. But yours it is, Lord, to grant our petitions, to be present when we seek you and to open when we knock.

    Impart to us, then, the meaning of the words of Scripture and the light to understand it, with reverence for the doctrine and confidence in its truth. Grant that we may express what we believe. Through the prophets and apostles we know about you, the one God the Father, and the one Lord Jesus Christ. May we have the grace, the face of heretics who deny you, to honor you as God, who is not alone, and to proclaim this as truth.

    - from a sermon on the Trinity by Saint Hilary
     
  15. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    i won't even mention what this name looks like.......and i originally thought hilary was female. :D
     
  16. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 13

    Agrecius of Trier
    Andrew of Trier
    Berno of Cluny
    Elian
    Elian ap Erbin
    Enogatus of Aleth
    Erbin
    Forty Martyred Soldiers at Rome
    Glaphyra
    Godfrey of Cappenberg
    Gumesindus
    Hermylus
    Hilary of Poitiers
    Hildemar
    Ida of Argensolles
    Ivetta of Huy
    Kentigern
    Leontius of Caesarea
    Potitus
    Servusdei
    Stephen of Liège
    Stratonicus
    Veronica of Milan
    Viventius


    VERONICA of Milan

    Also known as
    Veronica of Binasco

    Memorial
    13 January

    Profile
    Grew up in a poor peasant family in a small village, doing chores and working the fields. She had no formal education, and tried unsuccessfully to teach herself to read at night. She began to have religious ecstasies, visions of the life of Christ, and was taught her catechism by the Virgin Mary. Our Lady explained it in the form of three mystical letters, one that signified purity of intention, the second abhorrence of complaining, and the third a reminder to daily meditate on the Passion. Augustinian lay-sister at the convent of Saint Martha, Milan, at age 22, being instructed for three years before she was allowed to join. Assigned to beg alms in the street for the support of the house. She suffered alternating bouts of intense physical pain and religious ecstacies for years. She received a vision of Christ in 1494, and was given a message for Pope Alexander VI; she made a journey to Rome to deliver it. Following a six-month illness, she died on the date she had predicted.

    Born
    c.1445 at Binasco, Italy, a small village near Milan


    Died
    13 January 1497 in Milan, Italy of natural causes

    Beatified
    1517 by Pope Leo X (cultus confirmed); 1672 by Pope Clement X (devotion extended to the entire Augustinian Order)
     
  17. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    FELIX of Nola

    Memorial
    14 January
    Profile
    Elder son of Hermias, a Syrian soldier who had retired to Nola, Italy. After his father's death, Felix sold off most of his property and possessions, gave the proceeds to the poor, and pursued a clerical vocation. Ordained by, and worked with Saint Maximus of Nola.

    When Maximus fled to the mountains to escape the persecution of Decius, Felix was arrested and beaten for his faith instead. Legend says he was freed by an angel so he could help his sick bishop. Felix hid Maximus from soldiers in a vacant building. When the two were safely inside, a spider quickly spun a web over the door, fooling the imperial forces into thinking it was long abandoned, and they left without finding the Christians. The two managed to hide from authorities until the persecution ended with the death of Decius in 251.

    After Maximus' death, Felix was chosen as bishopric of Nola, but declined, favoring Quintus, a "senior" priest who had seven days more experience than Felix. Farmed his remaining land, and gave most of the proceeds to people even poorer than himself. Much of the little information we have about Felix came from the letters and poetry of Saint Paulinus of Nola, who served at a porter at the door of a church dedicated to Saint Felix, and who gathered information about him from churchmen and pilgrims.

    Though Felix died of natural causes, he is normally listed as a martyr because of the torture, imprisonment, and privations he experienced in the persecutions.
    Born
    3rd century at Nola, near Naples, Italy
    Died
    c.255 of natural causes; buried at Nola; for centuries his tomb was the site of pilgrimages
    Name Meaning
    happy ( = Felix)
    Patronage
    against eye disease, against eye trouble, against false witness, against lies, against perjury, domestic animals, eyes
    Representation
    cobweb; deacon in prison; spiderweb; young priest carrying an old man (Maximus) on his shoulders; young priest chained in prison with a pitcher and potsherds near him; young priest with a bunch of grapes (symbolizes his care of the aged Maximus); young priest with a spider; young priest with an angel removing his chains
    Additional Information
    Catholic Online
     
  18. dignitized

    dignitized Well-Known Member

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    JANUARY 14

    Amadeus of Clermont
    Barbasymas
    Datius of Milan
    Deusdedit
    Euphrasius
    Felix of Nola
    Felix of Rome
    Isaias
    Macrina the Elder
    Malachy
    Martyrs of Mount Sinai
    Martyrs of Raithu
    Odo of Novara
    Peter Donders
    Sava

    PETER DONDERS

    Memorial
    14 January
    Profile
    Son of Arnold Denis Donders and Petronella van den Brekel. Peter grew up poor, rarely getting to school, working at home and in a local factory with his brother Martin, and dreaming of becoming a priest. With the help of local priests and a wealthy patron, he enter the seminary at the College of Herlaar at age twenty-two, initially working as a servant while he studied. At age twenty-six her applied to the Franciscans, Jesuits and Redemptorists, but was turned down by each. Ordained on 5 June 1841 after nearly ten years of work.

    Missionary to the Dutch colony in Surinam, Dutch Guiana, arriving in Paramaribo on 16 September 1842. Evangelized and ministered to plantation slaves, constantly in touch with his superiors to complain of the terrible treatment of the workers. He baptized at least 1200 in his first couple of years, and worked among the sick during an epidemic in 1851. Transferred to the leper colony of Batavia in 1856. There he ministered to both the body and soul of the 600 or so patients. His constant harassment of the colonial authorities resulted in much better care for the patients.

    When the Redemptorists arrived in Surinam in 1866 to take charge of the mission, Peter joined the Order, becoming a 57 year old novice in 1866, and making his final vows on 24 June 1867. He then returned to Batavia with a crew of Redemptorists ready to help the lepers. With the added help, Father Peter expanded his work, and began to evangelize the Indians in the region. He learned their languages and had made a good start on the work when his health failed. His superiors transferred him to easier assignments, but as the end approached, Peter returned to Batavia where he worked with the patients until his end.

    Born
    27 October 1809 at Tilburg, Holland

    Died
    14 January 1887 at Batavia, Surinam of natural causes; he is buried there

    Beatified
    23 May 1982 by Pope John Paul II; on 11 April 1978, the Congregation for the Causes of Saints declared miraculous the cure of Louis John Westland from osteomyelitis by Blessed Peter's intercession

    Canonized
    pending

    Readings
    We can say that he was an apostle of the poor. In fact, he was born into a poor family and had to lead the life of a worker before he could pursue his priestly vocation. He dedicated his whole priestly life ot the poor. In addition, he is an invitation and an incentive for the renewal and reflourishing of the missionary thrust which in the last century and in this one has made an exceptional contrubution to carrying out of the Church's missionary duty. Joining the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer late in life, he practiced in an excellent way what Saint Alphonsus proposed as an ideal for his religious: imitate the virtues and examples of the Redeemer in preaching the divine word to the poor.

    -Pope John Paul II in the beatification homily for Blessed Peter
     
  19. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    ARNOLD JANSSEN

    Memorial
    15 January
    Profile
    Albert felt an early call to the priesthood, and was ordained in August 1861. Well educated, he taught science and catechism for twelve years. Chaplain and director of the Ursuline convent at Kempen in 1873. Director of the diocesen Apostleship of Prayer in 1874. Editor of a journal about missionary work in 1873.

    In 1875 he established a missionary society called the Society of the Divine Word in Steyl, Holland; it received papal approval in 1901. The order, which soon had houses in Holland, Austria, and Germany, was composed of missionary priests who worked in Toga, New Guinea, Japan, Paraguay, and throughout North America.

    In 1889, Albert founded the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters to assist the priests in their mission. The sisters serve as teachers in mission lands, especially of young girls. With the help of Blessed Maria Virgo, Arnold formed the sisters a contemplative branch named Sister Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration who devote themselves to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and prayer for the success of missionary efforts. These sisters are nicknamed Pink Sisters because of the color of their habit.
    Born
    1837 at Goch, Germany
    Died
    15 January 1909 of natural causes
    Beatified
    19 October 1975 by Pope Paul VI
    Canonized
    pending; miracle approved on 20 December 2002
    Additional Information
     
  20. sklippstein

    sklippstein Well-Known Member

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    ACURSIES
    Memorial
    16 January
    Profile
    Friar Minor. Saint Berardes, Saint Peter, Saint Otto, Saint Acursies and Saint Adjutus were sent by Saint Francis of Assisi to evangelize the Moors of the West. They preached in Italy, Aragon, Coimbra, Seville, and finally in Morocco, where they were banished and, upon their return, martyred.
    Died
    martyred 16 January 1220 in Morroco by being scourged till their ribs appeared bare, having burning oil and vinegar poured into the wounds, their bodies rolled on sharp stones and potsherds, then their heads split by sword; their relics were ransomed, and are now in the monastery of the holy cross in Coimbra
    Canonized
    1481 by Pope Sixtus IV
     
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