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Our Lady of the Holy Rosary/Our Lady of Victory – Commemorating the Victory of Lepanto – 1571 and Memorials of the Saints – 7 October

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary/Our Lady of Victory – Commemorating the Victory of Lepanto – 1571:
HERE:
https://anastpaul.com/2021/10/07/our-lady-of-the-holy-rosary-our-lady-of-victory/

More here:
https://anastpaul.com/2020/10/07/7-october-blessed-virgin-mother-of-victory-of-the-most-holy-rosary/
AND:
https://anastpaul.wordpress.com/2017/10/07/saint-of-the-day-7-october-our-lady-of-the-most-holy-rosaryour-lady-of-victory/

St Pope Mark (Died 336) The 34th Bishop of Rome
St Pope Mark’s Life:

https://anastpaul.com/2018/10/07/saint-of-the-day-7-october-st-pope-mark-died-336/

St Adalgis of Novara (Died c 850) Bishop
St Apuleius of Capua

St Augustus of Bourges (Died c 560) Priest and Abbot. The Roman Martyrolog states of him today: “Near Bourges in Aquitaine, France, Saint Augustus, Priest and Abbot, who had his hands and feet so contracted that he could not support himself except with his knees and elbows. He was healed through the intercession of St Martin of Tours. He gathered around himself some Monks and waited intently on prayer.”
His Life:

https://anastpaul.com/2021/10/07/saint-of-the-day-7-october-saint-augustus-of-bourges-died-c-560/

St Canog ap Brychan
St Dubtach of Armagh
St Gerold of Cologne
St Helanus

St Libaire the Great (Died 362) Virgin, Martyr and a Holy Cephalophoria (like St Denis – one who carries his head in his hands and walks away).
Biography:

https://anastpaul.com/2019/10/07/saint-of-the-day-7-october-st-libaire-the-great-died-362/

St Julia the Martyr
St Justina of Padua (Died c 304) Virgin and Martyr
St Marcellus of Capua (Died Third or Fourth Century) Martyr
St Martin Cid
St Osith
St Palladius of Saintes
St Quarto of Capua
St Rigaldo

Mercedarian Nuns of Seville: Five Mercedarian Nuns at the Monastery of the Assumption in Seville, Spain noted for their piety – Sisters Agnese, Bianca, Caterina, Maddalena and Marianna.

Author:

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2 thoughts on “Our Lady of the Holy Rosary/Our Lady of Victory – Commemorating the Victory of Lepanto – 1571 and Memorials of the Saints – 7 October

  1. Brings to mind my young years when we would recite the Rosary every night, genuflecting around the kitchen table (before going out with friends. If knocking on our door while we were praying, they would have to sit and wait throughout the Rosary!).

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    1. Wow – how wonderful those days. The Faith was everything – I can only mourn and weep at how our children are reared now.
      I bet you didn’t know any protestants either, until you encountered them as a near adult.

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