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  • St. Apollinaris

    20 July 2017

    St. Apollinaris According to tradition, Saint Peter sent Apollinaris to Ravenna, Italy, as its first bishop. His preaching of the Good News was so successful that the pagans there beat him and drove him from the city. He returned, however, and was exiled...

  • How to make a lovely coffee, 

    01 July 2017

    How to make a lovely coffee. All you need is a :- about two-thirds cup of hot coffee,- one tablespoon of honey,- half a teaspoon of cinnamon,- one teaspoon of mica, one tablespoon of raw cocoa and two tablespoons of coconut milk. How to make a lovely...

  • Ogham of the druids

    20 July 2017

    Ogham Ogham was invented by the first Christian communities in early Ireland, The Ancient Celts were not an illiterate people, but they transferred their knowledge orally. They had an alphabet of twenty letters called Ogham. Each letter was named after...

  • St. Leopold Mandic

    28 July 2017

    St. Leopold Mandic Western Christians who are working for greater dialogue with Orthodox Christians may be reaping the fruits of Father Leopold’s prayers. A native of Croatia, Leopold joined the Capuchin Franciscans and was ordained several years later...

  • Magic food from powder

    14 July 2017

    This lovely Japanese food is very interesting. It is very interesting because it is so teeny-weeny. We can make it from just powder and water We can make pizza,sushi,burgers and dessert. It is called popin cookin,or kracie popin. I ordered 12 packs of...

  • St. Teresa Benedicta 

    09 August 2017

    St. Teresa Benedicta A brilliant philosopher who stopped believing in God when she was 14, Edith Stein was so captivated by reading the autobiography of Teresa of Avila that she began a spiritual journey that led to her baptism in 1922. Twelve years later...

  • Nature alive

    09 August 2017

    Did you too see it, drifting, all night, on the black river?Did you see it in the morning, rising into the silvery air -An armful of white blossoms,A perfect commotion of silk and linen as it leanedinto the bondage of its wings; a snowbank, a bank of...

  • A canal on a Summer's day.

    29 July 2017

    Further along a canal on a Summer's day. Two damsel-flies are on the tall, flowering rush. These are the smallest of the British dragon-flies, and they prey on gnats, July-browns and other insects. Beside the water-vole grow arrowhead plants, and to the...

  • Eggs in a fridge or not

    21 July 2017

    The NHS on eggs storing in the fridge, : “Eggs are best stored in the fridge as they are kept at a constant temperature.” However egg shells are porous, and the eggs would absorb food smells from the fridge contents. Chefs have eggs always in the store...

  • St. Bonaventure

    15 July 2017

    St. Bonaventure Perhaps not a household name for most people, Saint Bonaventure, nevertheless, played an important role in both the medieval Church and the history of the Franciscan Order. A senior faculty member at the University of Paris, Saint Bonaventure...

  • St. Mary Magdalene

    22 July 2017

    St. Mary Magdalene Except for the mother of Jesus, few women are more honored in the Bible than Mary Magdalene. Yet she could well be the patron of the slandered, since there has been a persistent legend in the Church that she is the unnamed sinful woman...

  • The knights 4

    15 July 2017

    The knights four for the battle. When there was the battle The Knights won the battle The black knights did another machine which was just for that battle. When they got their things they got everything that was there and the machines and they with the...

  • Moorhen Chicks

    07 July 2017

    Moorhen chicks Of the original fourteen chicks that were hatched on their island-nest, only half are still alive. They follow their mother obediently, but since she doesnnot know how to count, she does not miss the laggard when it falls exhausted by the...

  • St. Maria Goretti

    06 July 2017

    St. Maria Goretti One of the largest crowds ever assembled for a canonization—250,000—symbolized the reaction of millions touched by the simple story of Maria Goretti. She was the daughter of a poor Italian tenant farmer, had no chance to go to school,...

  • Vertical Gardening

    31 July 2017

    Vertical Gardening bringing the walls to life can have surprising benefits The urban green revolution is all around us. The longest axis in any garden is the axis that goes up towards the sky. The secret is to plant small, allowing a plant’s roots to...

  • The Moorhen

    06 July 2017

    These seven chicks of the moorhen's brood have survived, and by mid-June were half grown, though still covered by their infant-down. The broad floating leaves of the water lilies are quite strong enough to support both young and full-grown birds as they...

  • Class over Money

    16 July 2017

    Life is not about class, it’s about money. The problem is that nearly all the growth of the last 30 years has accumulated to the 1%. This is the cause of the deterioration of life chances for those in the bottom 80%, while the top 20% coped better than...

  • Les médias sociaux populaires de GAB

    04 July 2017

    Les médias sociaux populaires de GAB Les Français quittent Facebook car c'est un poison Les Français quittent aussi Twitter. GAB crée un environnement sécurisé pour échanger des idées Un spécialiste de la sécurité Internet a découvert que Facebook est...

  • Pedanius Dioscorides 

    23 July 2017

    c. 40 – 90 AD He was a physician, pharmacologist and botanist. He worked for the Roman Army and travelled with it across Western Europe Italy, France and Spain) and North Africa. He collected and researched plants that he found on his travels, looking...

  • St. Alphonsus Liguori

    01 August 2017

    St. Alphonsus Liguori Moral theology, Vatican II said, should be more thoroughly nourished by Scripture, and show the nobility of the Christian vocation of the faithful and their obligation to bring forth fruit in charity for the life of the world. Alphonsus,...

  • St. Junipero Serra

    01 July 2017

    St. Junipero Serra In 1776, when the American Revolution was beginning in the east, another part of the future United States was being born in California. That year a gray-robed Franciscan founded Mission San Juan Capistrano, now famous for its annually...

  • Pietro da Cortona: 1620

    01 July 2017

    Saint Cecilia 1620-5, Pietro da Cortona A painting in the National Gallery, London. A painting that I would sometimes admire after a lovely ice cream from Leceister Square. It always seemed to be a Summer painting. Especially when it is hot and sticky...

  • .Victor Charreton 1864-1936

    04 May 2017

    . Victor Charreton 1864-1936 belongs to a generation of artists who devoted themselves to ‘ le paysage ’, just like the Impressionists did before them, paying attention to the influence of seasons, light and colours. Furthermore, he traveled extensively...

  • Normans, how the people lived. 7

    17 May 2017

    How the people lived during the Norman times. If a Norman lord was cruel, or if a villein had committed a crime, he might run away to the forest and become an outlaw. Everyone was supposed to arrest or kill an outlaw, but if he could reach a town and...

  • Glasgow the space satellite city of Europe

    28 May 2017

    A good example would be the American Californian satellite company centre in Glasgow that builds weather forecasting devices. They chose Glasgow because it already has expertise in space technology at Glasgow universities and the small businesses. In...