Lives of the Saints
“God, who is glorified in the assembly of the saints:
great and terrible above all them that are about him.”
“The Lord preserveth the souls of his saints.”
“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.”
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|Saint, Length, Catalog No.||Author||Source, Description||Date|
Antony of the Desert, St.
|Athanasius, St.||Life of St. Antony of the Desert||c. 300's||
Martin of Tours, St.
|Severus, Sulpitius||Life of St. Martin of Tours||379||
|Walsh, William Thomas, Apostate||Life of St. Philomena, Virgin and Martyr||302||
|RJMI||This lecture consists of my reading about the life and miracles of Saint Winefride, a Welsh saint, with my comments. A lustful man tried to molest the holy and pure Saint Winefride. When she would not consent, he cut off her head. Right after he cut off her head, God opened up the earth and swallowed him up. God then reattached Saint Winefride’s head to her body, and she went on living. Where her head fell, a miraculous fountain or well sprung up in which many miracles were performed. It is known as Saint Winefride’s Well. Several Anglicans were healed by this miraculous well, which caused them to convert into the Catholic Church. Let this be a warning and call to conversion to the Anglicans and all other non-Catholics that the Catholic Church is God’s one and only true Church, outside of which there is absolutely no salvation. (Go to Audio Picture Gallery to see pictures from this lecture.)||660|
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