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Nuremberg chronicles - Hilarius, Pope (CXXXVIv).jpg

Nuremberg chronicles - Hilarius, Pope (CXXXVIv).jpg

Pope Saint Paschal I  Papacy began	25 January 817  Papacy ended	11 February 824  Predecessor	Stephen IV  Successor	Eugene II  Personal details  Birth name	Pascale Massimi, son of Bonosus  Born	???  Rome, Papal States  Died	11 February 824  Rome, Papal States  Buried	Santa Prassede, Rome

The square halo was also used. Its imperfect square shape symbolized the Earth in contrast to the perfect circular halo used for divine beings. A square halo was generally used for a living individual that was destined to become a saint.

Elisha - Wikipedia // Russian icon of Elisha (18th century, Kizhi Monastery, Russia).

Elisha (prophet and a wonder-worker) - Russian icon century, Kizhi Monastery, Russia).

Aidan of Lindisfarne (died 31 August 651) was an Irish monk and missionary credited with restoring Christianity to Northumbria. He founded a monastic cathedral on the island of Lindisfarne, served as its first bishop, and travelled ceaselessly throughout the countryside, spreading the gospel to both the Anglo-Saxon nobility and to the socially disenfranchised (including children and slaves). Commemoration: June 9

Saint Aidan, an Irish monk from Iona, founded the monastery on the tidal island at Lindisfarne off the North-East coast of England.

Today with the Saints March 13: Saint Agnellus  • Activity: Be a peacemaker.

Agnellus History Saint Agnellus was received into the Franciscan order by Saint Francis himself. He was sent to Oxford, Englan.

Today with the Saints May 29: Saint Julia Maria Ledóchowska • Activity: Make "angel wing" cookies

Mother Ursula (Saint Julia Maria Ledóchowska) in 1907 History Julia was fortunate to grow up in a Polish family that was devoted to .

Ephrem the Syrian helped spread Christianity into inner Syria after his baptism around AD 320. He is best remembered today as a composer of hymns, over four hundred of which are still in existence. Listen to a beautiful rendition of one of them.

The Coming Light: Hymns of St. Ephrem the Syrian

Saint Ephrem (June - Syrian deacon, poet, hymnist, Doctor of the Church, revered in East and West.