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* Saint Anastasius Sinaita ( of Sinai ) – theologian, Father of the Eastern Orthodox Church, monk, priest, and abbot of the monastery at Mt.
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His other historical works included lives of the abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow, as well as verse and prose lives of Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, an adaptation of Paulinus of Nola's Life of St Felix, and a translation of the Greek Passion of St Anastasius.
Hildegard communicated with popes such as Eugene III and Anastasius IV, statesmen such as Abbot Suger, German emperors such as Frederick I Barbarossa, and other notable figures such as Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, who advanced her work, at the behest of her abbot, Kuno, at the Synod of Trier in 1147 and 1148.
Pope Saint Siricius, Bishop of Rome from December 384 ( the date in December — 15 or 22 or 29 — is uncertain ) until his death on 26 November 399, was successor to Damasus I and was himself succeeded by Anastasius I.
* Saints Theodore and Euprepius, and two men named Anastasius ( 7th century ), confessors and disciples of Saint Maximos the Confessor
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In 1844, he paid his first visit to the convent of Saint Catherine's Monastery, on Mount Sinai, where he found, in a trash basket, forty-four pages of what was the then oldest known copy of the Septuagint.
The oldest icon of Christ Pantocrator, Encaustic painting | encaustic on panel, c. 6th century ( Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai ).
St Peter Encaustic painting | encaustic on panel, c. 6th century ( Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai ).
Saint John Climacus ( c. 7th Century AD ), also known as John of the Ladder, John Scholasticus and John Sinaites, was a 7th century Christian monk at the monastery on Mount Sinai.
If Daniel's Vita is trustworthy ( and there is nothing against which to judge its accuracy ), then John came to the Vatos Monastery at Mount Sinai, now Saint Catherine's Monastery, and became a novice when he was about 16 years old.
The most important of them were the ones in the monasteries of Mount Athos for Orthodox Christians, and the library of the Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai for the Coptic Church.
* Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai was founded between 527 and 565 in the Sinai desert by order of Emperor Justinian I.
Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai | St. Catherine's Monastery is the oldest working Christian monastery in the world and the most popular tourist attraction on the peninsula
* The Codex Sinaiticus is found by Constantin von Tischendorf on his third visit to Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai.
* c. 549 – 564 – Transfiguration of Christ, mosaic in the apse, Church of the Virgin, Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, Egypt, is made.
He became a knight of Saint Catharine of Mount Sinai ( O Cavaleiro de Santa Catarina ) and then he settled on Madeira.
Icon of Abgar holding the mandylion, the image of Christ ( encaustic painting | encaustic, 10th century, Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai ).
According to a Christian tradition dating to about 800, angels carried her body to Mount Sinai, where, in the 6th century, the Eastern Emperor Justinian had established what is now known as Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai, ( in fact dedicated to the Transfiguration of Christ ).
The earliest surviving account of St. Catherine's life comes over 500 years after the traditional date of her martyrdom, in the monologium attributed to Emperor Basil I ( 866 ), although the rediscovery of her relics at Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai was about 800, and presumably implies an existing cult at that date ( the common name of the monastery developed after the discovery ).
With the relative ease of travel in the modern age, pilgrimages to Saint Catherine's Monastery at Mount Sinai have increased.
Among Bay Shore's places of worship are: The First Congregational Church, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Sinai Reform Temple, Unitarian Universalist Society of South Suffolk, Bay Shore Jewish Center, the United Methodist Church, Bethel A. M. E Church, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Saint Luke's Lutheran Church, and Calvary Baptist Church.
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* 1327 – The poet Petrarch first sees his idealized love, Laura, in the church of Saint Clare in Avignon.
* 1830 – The Church of Christ, the original church of the Latter Day Saint movement, is organized by Joseph Smith, Jr. and others at Fayette or Manchester, New York.
* 1711 – Ships from British Admiral Hovenden Walker's Quebec Expedition founders on rocks at the mouth of the Saint Lawrence River.
* 1875 – The Treaty of Saint Petersburg between Japan and Russia is ratified, providing for the exchange of Sakhalin for the Kuril Islands.
Saint Joseph, Abbot of Volokolamsk ( 1439 – 1515 ), wrote a number of influential works against heresy, and about monastic and liturgical discipline, and Christian philanthropy.
* 1664 – The Ottoman Empire is defeated in the Battle of Saint Gotthard by an Austrian army led by Raimondo Montecuccoli, resulting in the Peace of Vasvár.
For a time he took into his family the young student Antoine-Frédéric Ozanam ( 1813 – 1853 ), one of the founders of the Conference of Charity, later known as the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.
Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose ( c. 330 – 4 April 397 ), was an archbishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century.
* 1534 – Saint Ignatius of Loyola and six classmates take initial vows, leading to the creation of the Society of Jesus in September 1540.
* 1549 – Jesuit priest Saint Francis Xavier comes ashore at Kagoshima ( Traditional Japanese date: July 22, 1549 ).
* 1938 – The Thousand Islands Bridge, connecting New York, United States with Ontario, Canada over the Saint Lawrence River, is dedicated by U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
In the list of popes given in the Holy See's annual directory, Annuario Pontificio, the following note is attached to the name of Pope Leo VIII ( 963 – 965 ): At this point, as again in the mid-eleventh century, we come across elections in which problems of harmonising historical criteria and those of theology and canon law make it impossible to decide clearly which side possessed the legitimacy whose factual existence guarantees the unbroken lawful succession of the successors of Saint Peter.
* 1912 – Pravda, the " voice " of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, begins publication in Saint Petersburg.