Posted May 25, 2017 3:58 pm by admin

Today is one of the rare, if memory serves unique, days in the liturgical calendar wherein we celebrate three saints.  In chronological order, they are:
Saint Bede, who is called the Venerable (672-735) a monk in early England who wrote a definitive and invaluable history of the Church in Britain, ‘The Ecclesiastical History of the English People’, which forms the basis of English history in general.  His calm and regular life, always peaceful and on time, as Bede prayed, worked and wrote, is an example that sanctity, even lasting fame, can be achieve in the most ordinary of ways, by just


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