This is the second part of a three part series from the Rev. Michael S. Piazza who is the dean of the Cathedral of Hope, a congregation of the United Church of Christ in Dallas Texas. This series is inspiring, informing, and certainly empowered by the Holy Spirit. Enjoy!
This is the first part of a three part series from the Rev. Michael S. Piazza who is the dean of the Cathedral of Hope, a congregation of the United Church of Christ in Dallas Texas. This series is inspiring, informing, and certainly empowered by the Holy Spirit. Enjoy!
St. Kevoca (Kennotha, Quivoca) of Kyle, Virgin —————————————————————- 7th century; feast day may be March 13 instead. She is venerated at Kyle, Scotland (Benedictines). Sources: Attwater, D. (1983). The Penguin Dictionary of Saints, NY: Penguin Books. Baring-Gould, S. & Fisher, J. (1907) The Lives of the British Saints. 4 volumes. Charles J Clarke. Benedictine Monks […]
St. Ceallach (Kellach) of Killala, Bishop ————————————————————— 6th century. A disciple of Saint Kieran of Clonmacnoise, Saint Ceallach became bishop of Killala but ended his life as a hermit, perhaps as a martyr (Benedictines). Sources: Attwater, D. (1983). The Penguin Dictionary of Saints, NY: Penguin Books. Baring-Gould, S. & Fisher, J. (1907) The Lives of […]
St. Brioc the Traveller, Bishop of Brittany (Bryan, Brieuc, Briocus) ——————————————————– Born in Cardiganshire, Wales; died in Brittany, c. 510; feast of his translation is October 18. Brioc was the founder of a monastery near Treguier, Brittany, which grew into the town and see called Saint-Brieuc. He was probably born in Ceredigion (Cardiganshire). According to […]
St. Asaph of Llan-Elwy ———————— Like St.Deiniol, St.Asaph was a grandson of Pabo Post Prydyn, but he went to train under the great St.Kentigern and followed his master when he left Scotland to avoid persecution. The two of them first visited St.David at Menevia and then settled on land given to Kentigern by Cadwallon, father […]
“Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised; and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy […]
May Saint Isidore of Seville guide us as we surf the internet. As our world becomes more complex and new ways of communicating happen along we need to try to keep in mind that there are real flesh and blood people on the other end of the internet with whom we are trying to engage. […]
We re-opened our Ebay store, Shepherd’s Heart Books and Gifts in March of this last year. For years now Shepherd’s Heart Books and Gifts has been a supplier of books new, used, and antique, as well as all things catholica. It’s also offered a venue for us to sell books we publish ourselves through St. […]
O God, by whose grace Abbess Bride, being enkindled with divine love, became the light of the world and a bright burning candle upon your heavenly altar: Grant that we who rejoice to celebrate her fame may, like her, be inspired by love and discipline, that we may walk with her as children of the […]