Tuesday, 5 January 2016

The Eighteenth Century.


Text is from The Saint Andrew Daily Missal,
unless otherwise stated.


18th-century.


Leutze's depiction of Washington's attack on the Hessians,
at Trenton, on the morning of 26 December 1776.
Українська: Вашингтон перетинає Делавар.
Artist: Emanuel Leutze (1816–1868).
Date: 1851.
Current location: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York United States of America.
Source/Photographer: The Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Pope Clement XIII.
The practice of The Forty Hours Devotion,
which goes back to the 16th-Century or 17th-Century,
was regulated by Pope Clement XIII in 1765.
Illustration: AD IMAGINEM DEI


InnocientXIII.jpg

Pope Innocent XIII.
Artist: Unknown.
Date: 18th-Century.
In 1721, Pope Innocent XIII granted the extension to the whole World
of The Feast of The Holy Name of Jesus (now fixed on
2 January or The Sunday before Epiphany).
Source/Photographer: from en:Wikipedia.
This File: 4 June 2013.
User: Bede735c.
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Pope Benedict XIII.
In 1726, Pope Benedict XIII Consecrated The Basilica of Saint John Lateran, which had been restored, and caused this event to be Commemorated every year by The Feast of The Dedication of The Arch-Basilica of Our Saviour (9 November). In the following year, he extended The Feast of The Seven Sorrows of Our Lady to the whole Church, which is kept on The Friday in Passion Week.
This File: 4 June 2013.
User: Bede735c.
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Saint John Baptist de la Salle Founded the very useful and prosperous Institute of The Christian Schools. († 1719. Feast Day 15 May.)

In 1716, The Feast of The Holy Rosary (7 October) was extended by Pope Clement XI to the Universal Church to Commemorate the fresh defeat of The Turks at Peterwardein by The Holy Roman Emperor, Charles VI.

In 1721, Pope Innocent XIII granted the extension to the whole World of The Feast of The Holy Name of Jesus (now fixed on 2 January, or the Sunday before Epiphany).



18th-century.


In 1726, Pope Benedict XIII Consecrated The Basilica of Saint John Lateran, which had been restored and caused this event to be Commemorated every year by The Feast of The Dedication of The Arch-Basilica of Our Saviour (9 November). In the following year, the same Pope extended to the whole Church The Feast of The Seven Sorrows of Our Lady, which is kept on The Friday in Passion Week. [Editor: Please Note: The following is from CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA There are two Feasts of The Seven Sorrows of Our Lady: They are The Friday before Palm Sunday (a Major Double) and The Third Sunday in September (a Double of The Second-Class).]

Saint Pompilius Pirotti († 1756. Feast Day 15 July) was a Clerk Regular of The Pious Schools.

Saint Alphonsus of Liguori († 1787. Feast Day 2 August) established The Congregation of The Most Holy Redeemer. The writings of thy Holy Doctor did much to repair the harm done by Jansenist rigorism.


18th-century.


Saint Paul of The Cross († 1775. Feast Day 28 April) Founded The Institute of The Passionists.

The practice of The Forty Hours Devotion, which goes back to the 16th-Century or the 17th-Century, was regulated by Pope Clement XIII in 1765.

At the end of this Century of unbelief, the revolutionary tempest burst forth. Several Martyrs of that period have been Beatified.

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