Saints for the married by Elizabeth Whitehead

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Published by Mercier in Cork, Liverpool .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Saints.,
  • Marriage -- Devotional literature.

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Statementby Elizabeth Whitehead.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 155 p. ;
Number of Pages155
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16548340M

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Saints for the married book of Lisieux.5/5(5). A very good book with a chapter devoted chronologically to married saints through the ages, beginning with Mary and Joseph, Anna and Joachim to modern saints like Peter To Rot (whom I did not know at all prior to reading this book).

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She married Vitalian and raised three children. She wanted to raise her children and grandchildren to live lives of service to God. She showed them how to do this through her own example of prayer, fasting, modesty, and charity to others.

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Saints Aquila and Priscilla (mentioned as friends of Saint Paul in Acts, chapter 18) Saints Philemon and Appia (Saint Paul greets them in his Epistle to Philemon). Who is the patron saint of marriage and married people.

Actually there is more than one patron saint of marriage and many patron saints of various aspects of marriage and family life in the Catholic Church.

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Countless saints have been priests or religious, living out lives of penance and sacrifice for the good of the Church. But many Catholics don't realize that married couples are called to holiness as well. Holböck's tells the inspiring stories of over married saints and blesseds from the Virgin Mary and St.

Joseph to Margaret of Scotland, King Louis of France, Thomas More, and. This married couple is known to Latter-day Saints as God the Father and Heavenly Mother. Because of the beliefs that (1) celestial marriage is required for exaltation, and (2) that Jesus is exalted, some leaders of the LDS Church have hypothesized that Jesus must have been married, possibly to Mary Magdalene, Mary, sister of Lazarus, and/or Martha.

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Married male saints who were not martyrs—or Apostles —tend to be rulers: Good King Wenceslaus, Louis IX of France, the Emperor Henry II and, in the Eastern Church, Constantine the Great.

Orthodoxy also honours the patriarchs: Saints Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Rachel. But many Catholics don't realize that married couples are called to holiness as well. Holböck's tells the inspiring stories of over married saints and blesseds from the Virgin Mary and St.

Joseph to Margaret of Scotland, King Louis of France, Thomas More, and modern examples like Gianna Molla and Louis and Zélie Martin, parents of St Price: $ Twenty-one-year-old Emma Hale first heard about Joseph Smith when he came to work for Josiah Stowell in the fall of Josiah had hired the young man and his father to help him find buried treasure.

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Your Catholic Voice Foundation has been granted a recognition of tax exemption under Section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. In a few short minutes, the Scripture quotes, passages from Church documents, and thoughts from the Saints which begin the days in this book will provide comfort and guidance for married couples as they seek to live their vocation to the fullest.

A brief reflection and prayer complete this dynamic daily practice. Holböck's tells the inspiring stories of over married saints and blesseds from the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph to Margaret of Scotland, King Louis of France, Thomas More, and modern examples like Gianna Molla and Louis and Zélie Martin, parents of St.

Thérèse of Lisieux. This is a Confirmation gift, and I think it's a handy little book. The book is organized by month with saints of the day listed. Some months have 10 saints while others may have The writings are about pages per saint.

Sometimes, there is a picture.5/5(2). “Plural Marriage in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,” Gospel Topics essay. Orson Pratt, “Polygamy,” Journal of Discourses – 5. For the range of topics related to plural marriage narrated in the first volume of Saints, see “plural marriage” in the book’s index.

OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 20 cm: Contents: Sanctity and marriage --Marriage in paganism and Christianity --Some practical aspects of mystical experience --Saint Monica () --Saint Paulinus of Nola () --Saint Margaret of Scotland () --Saint Elizabeth of Hungary () --Saint Louis of France () --Saint Frances.

Saints for married couples. Leonard J. DeLorenzo J When we revere and follow the witness of married saints, they show us not just the beauty and meaning of marriage, but indeed the beauty and meaning to which marriage is ordered: the gift of communion in Christ.

His book on the theology of the Communion of Saints is “Work of. Perhaps married women saints went out of style when plaster cast statues of saints came into style. Women, living in the vernacular world of the body, of child-bearing, of the family, could enter into that of the supposedly celibate Latin language of the Church.

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Cecilia is regarded as the patroness of music, because she heard heavenly music in her heart when she was married, and is represented in art with an organ or organ-pipes in her hand. Officials exhumed her body in and found her to be incorrupt, the first of all incurrupt saints.

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Learn the deepest and most hidden spiritual truths and enjoy free Catholic e-books. There are young Saints who died before living out their adult, specific vocation but for the life of me I cannot think of one Saint (other than those who were young) who was not either married, or a religious, or a priest -- or in some cases more than one of these.

In Kelly DeVries’s essay "A Woman as a Leader of Men," published in the book This 18 th-century priest considered himself married not just to the Catholic While not officially saints.

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While reading some lives of the saints to my children recently, my older son remarked, “Most of the saints are nuns and priests.” It’s true. Read through a list of saints, and the vast majority of them have had religious vocations.

Another group was married at some point, but their spouses died and then theRead More. "For the first time in two millennia, an entry in the liturgical books will now read, 'Saints Louis and Zélie Martin, Spouses'. A married couple, a man and a woman, who were the parents of a saint, the Little Flower, and in whose married life mutual sanctification took place by Price: $ This new expanded and revised 20th anniversary edition includes the lives of over married saints.

Also of interest is the extensive Introduction, in which the authors present a summary of the consensus understanding of marriage in the Orthodox Tradition, using.

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And then there are the Saints—the great men and women of history who lived out their love for Jesus and remain shining examples of what it means to serve God. While we may think of saints as priests or nuns who lived celibate lives, many of them were also married (and parents) and lived in circumstances that look remarkably like our own.

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It has been practiced as such in most cultures across geography and time.

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