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Quote/s of the Day – 27 August – The Memorial of Blessed Dominic Barberi of the Mother of God C.P. (1792-1849)

Quote/s of the Day – 27 August – The Memorial of Blessed Dominic Barberi of the Mother of God C.P. (1792-1849) Apostle of England

“The door opened and what a spectacle
it was for me to see, at my feet,
John Henry Newman, begging me
to hear his confession
and admit him into the bosom
of the Catholic Church.”

Blessed Dominic Barberi of the Mother of God C.P. (1792-1849)the door opened and what a spectacle - bl dominic barberi 27 aug 2018-no 2

“When his form came within sight,
I was moved to the depths in the strangest way.
The gaiety and affability of his manner,
in the midst of his sanctity,
was itself a holy sermon.”

Blessed John Henry Newman (1801-1890) speaking of
Blessed Dominic Barberi (1792-1849)when his form came within sight - bl john henry on bl dominic barberi - 27 aug 2018-2

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