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Elizabeth was born in 1271. She was daughter of Pedro III, of Arragon, being named after her aunt, St. Elizabeth of Hungary. At twelve years of age she was given in marriage to Denis, King of Portugal, and from a holy child became a saintly wife. She heard Mass and recited the Divine Office daily, but her devotions were arranged with such prudence that they interfered with no duty of her state.
Saint John Gualbert, whose Feast Day is July 12th, tried to tell the Pope of his day that the Archbishop of Florence had obtained his office by simony (paying for it). The Pope listened to him as did another saint of that time, Saint Peter Damien, but they weren't convinced.
In his weekly column, Fatima Perspectives, noted author and President of the American Catholic Lawyers Association, Chris Ferrara tells us about the re-emergence of the nuclear arms race between Russia and the United States.
Please join us in praying a 54-day Rosary Novena for the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, starting on July 12, 2008.
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Featured this week in the fatima shoppe, The Infant Jesus of Prague, by Rev. Ludvik Nemec.
This illustrated book is the result of extensive research into all available historical and ecclesiastical sources relating to the Infant. You must fully understand the promise: "The more you honor Me, the more I will bless you," before you can reap its rich benefits. Imprimatur
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