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Published by D. & J. Sadlier in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Vincent de Paul, -- Saint, -- 1581-1660

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBy Henry Bedford.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii, 216 p. :
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18263110M

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THE LIFE OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. "Saint Vincent de Paul" is one of several books in the "Standard Bearers of the Faith: A Series of Lives of Saints for Young and Old," written by F.A. Forbes. The original publication date is ; the book was last reprinted in /5(11).   Hus it is related in the life of M. Bourdoise, who on principle always appeared publicly in his cassock, that going one day into the abbey-church of St. Denis, he saw a man seated in the sacristy with a coat and short cloak on, and booted and Spurred, who was hearing the confession Ratings: 0.   The patron saint of charitable societies, St. Vincent de Paul is primarily recognized for his charity and compassion for the poor, though he is also known for his reform of the clergy and for his early role in opposing Jansenism. Educated by the Franciscans at Dax, France, he was ordained in and graduated from the University of Toulouse in He was allegedly captured at sea by Barbary pirates .

She wrote numerous books, including brief biographies of Saint Ignatius Loyola, Saint John Bosco, Saint Teresa of Ávila, Saint Columba, Saint Monica, Saint Athanasius, Saint Catherine of Siena, Saint Benedict, Saint Hugh of Lincoln, Saint Vincent de Paul, and, most famously, Pope Saint Pius X. She died in /5(17). Preview — The Life of St. Vincent de Paul by Henry Bedford. The Life of St. Vincent de Paul. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know s: 0.   6 The example and words of Vincent de Paul sufficed to remove this root of all evil from the hearts of a great number of virtuous persons. The result was that their greatest joy and satisfaction became, and remains even today, not only to give a notable share of their worldly goods to help the poor, but more remarkably to give themselves, their.   See Book One, ch. Jean-Baptiste Gault, bishop of Marseilles , a man highly regarded for his holiness and apostolic zeal. Gaspar de Simiane de la Coste, , devoted to a great number of good works, and particularly so to the relief of the convicts in Marseilles. CED XIII CED II