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A life finding, what does that mean?

A life finding, what does that mean?

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Everyone probably imagines a treasure or at least something luxurious. Gold, silver, jewelry, or lots of war or unique artifacts. And that word "unique" accurately describes my find from November 2017.
Figurative sacramentals of St. Anthony of Padua during the 20th Century

Figurative sacramentals of St. Anthony of Padua during the 20th Century

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He was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1195 and his parents named him Ferdinand. His mother Trevera and father Martin Bullones were of noble birth. At the age of 15, Ferdinand entered the monastery of the Augustinian canons at St. Vincent's on the outskirts of Lisbon. Frequent visits from relatives interrupted his concentration on his studies and spiritual exercises. Perhaps this is why, after two years, he was transferred to the more distant monastery of Santa Cruz in Coimbra, where he continued his studies and especially his virtues as a model religious with zeal....
Brief overview of IMMACULATA CONCEPTIO crosses

Brief overview of IMMACULATA CONCEPTIO crosses

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It is really rare to see such beautiful work on LP. Milan Cerny, who is known to most of the searchers as Cobra and a great connoisseur of sacramentals, has made a wonderful overview of the IMMACULATA CONCEPTIO crosses for all
HISTORY OF THE MEDAL AND CROSS OF ST. BENEDICT

HISTORY OF THE MEDAL AND CROSS OF ST. BENEDICT

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The Medal of St. Benedict, one of the sacraments of the Holy Church, first saw the light of day probably in the Middle Ages in the environment of the Benedictine Order. In the artifacts in the Hunter's Club, this object was displayed as undesignated for some time; thanks to Cobra, you can now read the full history of this saintly medal.

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