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St Peter’s & St Paul’s Church, Ballymonie

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  • St. Ulric of Augsburg

    Jan 1, 1970 | 01:00 am

    St. Ulric of Augsburg St. Ulric of Augsburg Feast date: Jul 04 St. Ulric was born in 890 at Kyburg, Zurich, Switzerland and died on July 4, 973 at Augsburg of natural causes.  He was buried in the Church of Saint Afra.St. Ulric was born in 890 at Kyburg, Zurich, Switzerland as the son of Count Hucpald and Thetbirga. He was related to the dukes of Alamannia and the imperial family of the Ottos. He was a sickly child, but as a boy was educated at the monastic school of Saint Gall and proved to be an excellent student. He also served as chamberlain to his[…]

  • St. Elizabeth of Portugal

    Jan 1, 1970 | 01:00 am

    St. Elizabeth of Portugal St. Elizabeth of Portugal Feast date: Jul 04 On July 4, the Catholic Church celebrates St. Elizabeth of Portugal, a queen who served the poor and helped her country avoid war during the 13th and 14th centuries. Elizabeth of Portugal was named for her great-aunt, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, who was canonized in 1235. Their lives were similar in some important ways: both of them were married at very young ages, they sought to live the precepts of the Gospel despite their status as royalty, and finished their lives as members of the Third Order of St. Francis.The younger Elizabeth[…]

  • St. Andrew of Crete

    Jan 1, 1970 | 01:00 am

    St. Andrew of Crete St. Andrew of Crete Feast date: Jul 04 Celebrated by Eastern Catholics of the Byzantine tradition on July 4, Saint Andrew of Crete was a seventh-and eighth-century monk, bishop, and hymn-writer.Among Eastern Christians he is best known as the author of the “Great Canon,” a lengthy prayer service traditionally offered as a penitential practice during Lent. He is also venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, where he is better known for his writings on the Blessed Virgin Mary.He should not be confused with a different “Saint Andrew of Crete,” celebrated on Oct. 17, who suffered martyrdom while[…]

  • Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati

    Jan 1, 1970 | 01:00 am

    Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Feast date: Jul 04 July 4 marks the feast day of Pier Giorgio Frassati, a well-known young blessed of modern times. Born on April 6, 1901 in Turin to a wealthy agnostic family, he early in life found himself drawn to the faith and serving Christ in the poor. He was particularly known for his prayer and his great love of the outdoors.Pier Giorgio’s friends described him as “an explosion of joy.” His sister Luciana in her biography of her brother says that “He represented the finest in Christian youth: pure, happy, enthusiastic about everything that[…]

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