having or expressing reverence for a god or gods; religious; devout. marked by reverence. marked by false reverence; sanctimonious. sacred; not secular. archaic having or expressing devotion for one’s parents or others.
June 6. … 1075 6 June 1134) (Xanten-Magdeburg), also known as Norbert Gennep, was a bishop of the Catholic Church, founder of the Premonstratensian order of canons regular, and is venerated as a saint.
The Seven Holy Founders are Saints Bonfilius, Alexis Falconieri, John Bonagiunta, Benedict dell’Antella, Bartholomew Amidei, Gerard Sostegni, and Ricoverus Uguccione. Formally Ordo Fratrum Servorum Sanctae Mariae (Order of Friar Servants of St.
May 23rd is the Feast Day of Saint Evelyn. This saint appears quite recently in the hagiographic record, and is the patron of those who leave early to avoid being late. She is often invoked when dealing with family members, as in the phrase, St.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains that: Spiritual progress tends toward ever more intimate union with Christ. This union is called ‘mystical’ because it participates in the mystery of Christ through the sacraments ‘the holy mysteries’ and, in him, in the mystery of the Holy Trinity.
Matthew 7:22 is the twenty-second verse of the seventh chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament and is part of the Sermon on the Mount. This verse continues Jesus’ warning against false prophets.
Teresa of vila was a Spanish Carmelite nun who lived in the 1500s. She was a mystic and author of spiritual writings and poems. She founded numerous convents throughout Spain and was the originator of the Carmelite Reform that restored a contemplative and austere life to the order.
If I call Him Lord, that means He has power and authority over my life. Paul says it this way in 1 Corinthians 6:20 For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God’s. As believers, our body and spirit belong to God.
Perhaps the most famous example of a highly-regarded Catholic mystic who achieved it in a very supreme way was St.Teresa of Avila, a Spanish Carmelite nun and author.