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Saint Genesius of Rome is the Roman Catholic patron saint of comedians, dancers, actors, musicians, printers, and torture victims. He was an actor in many plays that mocked Christianity. While performing a piece mocking baptism, Genesius had a sudden conversion experience on stage and refused to renounce his faith even at the orders of emperor Diocletian. He was then martyred by beheading. His feast day is August 25th
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Saint Genesius of Rome is the Roman Catholic patron saint of comedians, dancers, actors, musicians, printers, and torture victims. He was an actor in many plays that mocked Christianity. While performing a piece mocking baptism, Genesius had a sudden conversion experience on stage and refused to renounce his faith even at the orders of emperor Diocletian. He was then martyred by beheading. His feast day is August 25th
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Saint Genesius of Rome is the Roman Catholic patron saint of comedians, dancers, actors, musicians, printers, and torture victims. He was an actor in many plays that mocked Christianity. While performing a piece mocking baptism, Genesius had a sudden conversion experience on stage and refused to renounce his faith even at the orders of emperor Diocletian. He was then martyred by beheading. His feast day is August 25th
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"‘I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if any one eats of this bread, he will live for ever; and the bread which I shall give for the life of the world is my flesh.’ The Jews then disputed among themselves, saying, ‘How can this man give us his flesh to eat?’" (John 6:51–52).
Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you; he who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day. For my flesh is food indeed, and my blood is drink indeed. He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me, and I in him" (John 6:53–56).
"It is the Spirit that gives life, the flesh is of no avail; the words that I have spoken to you are spirit and life" (John 6:63; cf. 1 Cor. 2:12–14).
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St. Hormisdas Roman Catholic Pope from 514-523, successor to St. Symmachus, and father of Pope St. Silverius Born in Frosinone, Campagna di Roma, Italy, he was an Italian, although he had a Persian name. Married and widowed prior to ordination, he succeeded St. Symmachus on July 21, 514. One of his great achievements was the ending of the Acacian Schism which had divided the Eastern and Western Churches since 484. The Church in Constantinople was reunited to Rome in 519 as a result of the confession called the Formula of Hormisdas. This document was signed by Patriarch John of Constantinople and 250 Eastern bishops. Hormisdas also received Laurentian schismatics into the Church and secured the acceptance of the Tome of Leo I and the decrees of the Council of Chalcedon and the recognition of the authority of the Holy See over the universal Church. Feastday Aug. 6
Martyrs of Cardena, Roman Catholic Benedictine monks in the monastery of Cardena, Spain, under Abbot Stephen. More than two hundred monks here were put to death by the Muslim Arabs during their conquest of the Spanish peninsula. Feastday Aug. 6
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St. Metrophanes of Byzantium,Bishop of Byzantium. A nephew of Emperor Probus, he was a convert and entered the Church. After studying for the priesthood, Metrophanes was ordained by Bishop Titus of Byzantium whom he succeeded in 313. His devotion to the faith as bishop was so remarkable that Emperor Constantine the Great was supposedly influenced by him in placing the new imperial capital at Byzantium, on the Hellespont. The new city was named Constantinople. Feastday June 4

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St. Francis Caracciolo, Roman Catholic priest and Founder of the Minor Clerks Regular with St. John Augustine Adorno. He was born in 1563, a member of a noble Neapolitan family. Though he had a rare skin disease, much like leprosy, Francis became a priest, at which time his skin disease disappeared. In 1588, he co-founded the Minor Clerks Regular and spent the rest of his life as the superior. Feastday June 4

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St. Breaca, Roman Catholic Nun and Irish Missionary. Disciple of St. Brigid, She went from Ireland to Cornwall, England, about 460. There Breaca and her companions settled on the bank of the Hoyle River. Feastday June 2

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 "In truth, war is the 'mother of all poverty', a great predator of lives, souls, and of the dearest and most sacred affections",
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