History Of Saint Norbert: Founder Of The Norbertine, Premonstratensian, Order, Apostle Of The Blessed Sacrament Archbishop Of Magdeburg (1916) download epub
by Cornelius James Kirkfleet
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History of Saint Norbert. by Cornelius J. Kirkfleet. Published 1916 by B. Herder in St. Louis ; London. Norbert of Xanten, Saint (ca. 1080-1134). A list of biographies of St. Norbert": p. vi-ix. xvii, 364 p. : Number of pages.
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Kirkfleet, Cornelius James, 1881-. Note: St. Louis ; London : B. Herder, 1916. Subject: Norbert, of Xanten, Saint, approximately 1080-1134. Subject: Remonstrants.
by Cornelius J. Kirkfleet
by Cornelius J. We shall here give a list of biographies of St. Norbert; first, for the benefit of students of this historical period, and secondly, because we shall often have occasion to refer to these in the course of our history.
We celebrate today the feast of two Norbertine martyrs Ss Adrian Jansen and James Lacops who were martyred in. .
We celebrate today the feast of two Norbertine martyrs Ss Adrian Jansen and James Lacops who were martyred in 1572 along with 17 others. Ss Adrian and James, among the martyrs of Gorcum, were lured from their presbytery in Munster by a Calvinist who pretended to need the last rites est so they opened the door and were captured. In that way Ss Adrian and James were magnificent sons of OHF Norbert raising the Blessed Sacrament above all the errors and miseries of the World.
Archbishop and Founder of the Canons Regular of Prémontré. Apostle of the Blessed Sacrament. In AD 1124, Norbert was consecrated the Archbishop of Magdeburg in Germany against his will in the presence of King Lothair and the papal legates. At a time when the 11th-century Church was teeming with reforms, Norbert of Xanten (AD 1080-1134) was not only a man of deep prayer and spirituality, but also one aggressively interested in the needs of the people. 4. In the early 12th century, Norbert refuted the heresy of Tanchelm, who attacked the doctrine of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
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