“O anjo disse-lhe: Não temas, Maria, pois encontraste graça diante de Deus. Eis que conceberás e darás à luz um filho, e lhe porás o nome de Jesus. Ele será grande e será chamado Filho do Altíssimo, e o Senhor Deus lhe dará o trono de seu pai Davi ; e reinará eternamente na casa de Jacó”. (Lc 1, 30-32)
ESPIRITU SANTO SAN LEÓN IX excomulgo al Patriarca de Constantinopla Miguel Cerulario por negar que el ESPIRITU SANTO procede del PADRE y del HIJO CONCILIO DE NICEA El Patriarca tampoco aceptaba la Primacía Romana La excomunión fue levantada, recientemente.
St. Tudfyl was one of the daughters of King Brychan Brycheiniog. She was a good Christian and travelled across South Wales, founding churches at Merthyr and Llysworney. While visiting her aging father, the palace was attacked by a raiding party of Brits or Saxons. She was killed in the raid and her brother, Rhun, mustered a force of men to pursue them. They slew most in a battle by the river at Pont Rhun. Unfortunately, Rhun was killed at the moment of victory. Tudfyl's feast day is 23rd…
St. Nectan of Hartland (county of Devon, UK) (Feast day: 17th June) He was a 5th-century holy man who lived in Stoke, Hartland, in the English county of Devon, where the prominent Church of Saint Nectan, Hartland is dedicated to him. He is also associated with St Nectan's Glen and Waterfall at Trethevy, near Tintagel, in Cornwall, where it is claimed he spent some time as a hermit.