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Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 2 of 4

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Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 2 of 4

Known as the “Miracle Monk of Lebanon” by Lebanese Christians, Saint Charbel Makhlouf was a 19th-century monk who lived in Lebanon. We are privileged to have one of His relatives, Antonia, with us to share some stories of Saint Charbel Makhlouf. Antonia is of Costa Rican-Lebanese heritage, and her family has a deep relationship with the Saint. "Since He was a child, He loved the countryside, He lo
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2021-06-27   963 Преглед
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2021-06-27

Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 4 of 4

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Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 4 of 4

We are honored to continue our interview with Antonia, a Costa Rican-Lebanese and family relative of Saint Charbel Makhlouf, as she shares more stories of the Saint. "He (Saint Charbel Makhlouf) is known as a thaumaturge, a wonderworker. But perhaps the greatest wonder is that He works miracles and wonders for Christians, yes, but He is highly revered by Muslims, who come to His grave a lot
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2021-07-11   528 Преглед
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2021-07-11

The Venerated Mahatma Koot Hoomi (vegetarian): Ascended Master and World Teacher

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The Venerated Mahatma Koot Hoomi (vegetarian): Ascended Master and World Teacher

The Venerated Mahatma Koot Hoomi, also known as Kuthumi or K. H., is one of the great Masters of Ancient Wisdom. Incarnating again and again, the compassionate Savior’s mission is to aid humanity in their spiritual evolution. In His last incarnation as Master Koot Hoomi, He was instrumental in the founding of the Theosophical Society. Alongside Lord Jesus Christ, the Venerated Mahatma Koot Hoomi n
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2021-01-24   1437 Преглед
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2021-01-24

Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 1 of 4

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Saint Charbel Makhlouf (vegan): Miraculous Lebanese Healing Saint, Part 1 of 4

Known as the 'Miracle Monk of Lebanon' by Lebanese Christians, Saint Charbel Makhlouf was born on May 8, 1828, as the fifth child of Antoun Zaarour Makhlouf and Brigitta Chidiac. The devout Maronite Catholic family lived in the Lebanese mountain village of Bekaa Kafra. As a youth, Saint Charbel Makhlouf was drawn to the exemplary lives of the saints and hermits. However, in 1851, at 23 years of ag
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2021-06-20   1194 Преглед
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2021-06-20

The Venerated Master Rumi (vegetarian): Poetic Lover of the Divine

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The Venerated Master Rumi (vegetarian): Poetic Lover of the Divine

A venerated enlightened Master, humanist, poet, and theologian, Mawlānā Jalāl-ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhi Rūmī, known simply as Mawlana in Persian and around the world as Rumi, embodies universal love and understanding that is unfettered by the bounds of tradition. Master Rumi’s early spiritual education was under the tutelage of His father Bahauddin, a professor of religious sciences. When the great scholar Sufi Burhaneddin al-Tirmithi arrived in Konya, Rumi studied under him for nine years. His training was based on the foundations of Sufism: divine love, worship, and consciousness of God with humility, austerity and abstinence, piety, and tolerance. Rumi learned that to serve others is to serve God. At the age of 37, Master Rumi met Shams al-Din of Tabriz, an enlightened Sufi mystic and Master Dervish who significantly influenced Rumi’s view and path in life. With Shams’ guidance, Rumi was able to awaken His deeper metaphysical nature. Master Rumi soon started His insightfully marvelous work, the Masnavi (Mathnawi), consisting of 26,000 verses of divine poetry. Master Rumi believed passionately in the use of music, poetry, and dancing as a path for reaching God. He believed music could help devotees to focus their whole being on the Divine, and to do this so intensely that the soul was resurrected. It was from these inspirational experiences that the practice of Whirling Dervishes developed. Master Rumi taught that “Muslims, Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians should be viewed with the same eye.” In the last few years of Master Rumi’s sojourn on Earth, He compiled His six-volume epic work Masnavi, as well as the Persian prose work called “Fihi Ma Fihi,” meaning “It is What It Is.” These timeless works continue to provide precious wisdom and guidance to readers worldwide. Master Rumi’s poetry expresses the secret of existence: God is absolute Love, and we must become that same Love in order to recognize God, to know God, and to get closer to God. With deep gratitude for His compassionate, uplifting teachings, we conclude today’s program with a beautiful reminder from Master Rumi: “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean, in a drop.”
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2020-09-30   957 Преглед
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2020-09-30

Maharaj Ji Neem Karoli Baba (vegetarian): The All-Knowing Miracle Saint of North India, Part 2 of 2

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Maharaj Ji Neem Karoli Baba (vegetarian): The All-Knowing Miracle Saint of North India, Part 2 of 2

Since love is at the heart of everything, the be-all and end-all of creation, Maharaj Ji Neem Karoli Baba’s doctrine was simple: “Love everyone, serve everyone, remember God, and tell the truth.” He followed this up by repeatedly saying “Sub Ek,” which means “All is One,” and continued with: “If you cannot love each other, you cannot achieve your goal,” for “the whole universe is our home and all
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2021-03-21   875 Преглед
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2021-03-21

Lord Mahavira: The Enlightened Prince of Peace

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Lord Mahavira: The Enlightened Prince of Peace

According to Jains, the 24th and the most recent Tirthankara is Lord Mahavira, also known as Bhagwan Mahavira. Despite being a prince, His compassionate towards the animals and people around Him only continued to grow. In 557 BC, wile meditating Lord Mahavira attained the Kevala Jnana, or omniscience, the perfect-soul-state. He became a Jina, one who is victorious over attachment. Lord Mahavira selflessly dedicated the rest of His life to disseminating the truths about the path to perfection. He highlighted that our main purpose in life is to attain salvation. In His lifetime, He had over 400,000 devotees.
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2019-04-17   6149 Преглед
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2019-04-17

Saint Bernadette Soubirous: The Humble Shepherdess of Lourdes, Part 1 of 2

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Saint Bernadette Soubirous: The Humble Shepherdess of Lourdes, Part 1 of 2

Marie Bernarde Soubirous, a humble peasant girl, was known to all as Bernadette. Her life story has transformed Lourdes from a small market town in the Hautes-Pyrénées department into one of the most important sites of pilgrimage in the world. Young Bernadette was a compassionate sister and daughter, but because of the family’s situation and her own health, she did not have the opportunity to get
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2021-01-31   841 Преглед
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2021-01-31

Vimalakirti (vegan): The Wise & Eloquent Bodhisattva, Part 1 of 2

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Vimalakirti (vegan): The Wise & Eloquent Bodhisattva, Part 1 of 2

Bodhisattva Vimalakirti was a renowned lay disciple and wealthy patron of Shakyamuni Buddha. He is also the legendary figure of “The Teaching of Vimalakirti,” a scripture that is included among the classic Mahayana sutras. His story, as well as the teachings recorded in the Vimalakirti Sutra, are important and highly respected in Buddhist history. The name Vimalakirti means “pure reputation.” Everything Vimalakirti did was in accordance with Buddha’s teachings and to spread Dharma to people at all levels, leading them to liberation and enlightenment. In his lively and magical ways, he taught people to the see through the traps of religion and seek the ultimate Truth in spiritual practice. He would show up in taverns to teach the drinkers about mindfulness, and went to brothels to educate people about abstaining from sensual indulgence. For several incarnations, Vimalakirti had dedicated himself to serve the previous Buddhas. He learned the Dharma from the Buddhas face-to-face, receiving the full penetration of their Teachings, and attained enlightenment. He had the power of a Great Bodhisattva and was gifted with superb eloquence. He knew the strengths and weaknesses of sentient beings to help present them with spiritual teachings. Supreme Master Ching Hai has mentioned Vimalakirti and the Vimalakirti Sutra several times, including during a 1994 lecture in Thailand. “One of his foremost disciples was Vimalakirti, and he was a lay, rich person. He had never left home, never shaved his head, never became a monk. But all the monks of the Buddha were afraid of him because he was very, very highly awakened, almost near to the Buddha – Buddhahood. So, whenever the monks or anyone visited Vimalakirti, they were very respectful and very, very aware of his spiritual power.” Vimalakirti benefitted sentient beings by setting himself as an example and encouraging others to follow his practices. His ample merit brought him inexhaustible prosperity. He practiced the perfection of concentration, and rested his mind one-pointedly in the union of Shamata, which translates to the “tranquility of the mind,” and Vipassana, meaning “to see things as they really are.” He tamed beings who were restless or easily troubled by dullness and agitation. He ascertained emptiness with his wisdom and guided many beings with his insights on the selflessness of persons and of phenomena.
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2020-08-16   1209 Преглед
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2020-08-16

Saint Clare of Assisi (vegetarian): Devoted Italian Visionary and Co-Founder of the Poor Clares, Part 1 of 2

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Saint Clare of Assisi (vegetarian): Devoted Italian Visionary and Co-Founder of the Poor Clares, Part 1 of 2

“Place your mind before the mirror of eternity! Place your soul in the brilliance of glory! Place your heart in the figure of the Divine substance! And transform your whole being into the image of the Godhead Itself through contemplation!” – Saint Clare of Assisi Together with the devoted companion Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Clare founded a religious monastic order with over 12,000 foll
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2021-08-08   476 Преглед
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2021-08-08

Saint Bernadette Soubirous: The Humble Shepherdess of Lourdes, Part 2 of 2

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Saint Bernadette Soubirous: The Humble Shepherdess of Lourdes, Part 2 of 2

During a lecture in 1988, Supreme Master Ching Hai recounted the story of Saint Bernadette. “Her younger brother who always stole her bread asked her, ‘What did you see just now?’ Bernadette did not want to tell him at first, but her younger brother kept asking, so she said, ‘Okay! I will tell you, but you can’t tell anyone else.’ So she told both of them, ‘I saw a beautiful woman just now. and gl
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2021-02-07   1361 Преглед
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2021-02-07

Lao Tzu: Living in Tune with the Universe

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Lao Tzu: Living in Tune with the Universe

Lao Tzu was an enlightened Sage in ancient China and author of the Tao Te Ching. The Tao Te Ching contains ‘The Book of the Way’ (the Tao) and ‘The Book of Virtue or Power’ (the Te). It is generally believed that on this day in 571 BC, the great Sage Lao Tzu was born in Li Village, Ku County, in the State of Chu from the East Zhou Dynasty. This is now the location of the Tai Qing Gong Taoist Temple, which is situated in Luyi County in Henan Province. “Shiji” documents that Lao Tzu’s surname is Li, Erh is the given name, and Dan is the style name. “Lao” could either be Lao Tzu’s surname or an honorific name in respect of His great virtue and longevity, and “Tzu” means a man of reverence or Master.
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2018-03-31   3774 Преглед
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2018-03-31

Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (vegetarian): Attaining Union with God, Part 2 of 3

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Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (vegetarian): Attaining Union with God, Part 2 of 3

In 1924, at the Ashram on the banks of the Beas River, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji met Baba Sawan Singh Ji. Immediately, He knew that He had finally met His beloved Master, the One that had constantly appeared to Him in radiant form during His meditations. Hazur Maharaj Sawan Singh Ji gave Sant Kirpal Singh Ji the sacred initiation into the spiritual discipline of Surat Shabd Yoga. At last, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji received the answers to His burning questions about the mysteries of life. He said: “God came into expression from the wordless state as Light and Sound: ‘The Word was made flesh and dwelt amongst us.’” Henceforth, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji devoted Himself entirely to His Master and reaching the summits of spirituality. As directed by Baba Sawan Singh Ji, He made sure to meditate six hours daily, on top of His worldly duties as a husband, father, and government employee. He was a true disciple, and if people asked Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj had a disciple who made great spiritual progress, the Master would cite Sant Kirpal Singh Ji. In the 1930s, with His Master’s guidance, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji began transcribing the “Philosophy of the Masters,” a treatise on the science of spirituality originally written in Punjabi. On October 12, 1947, Baba Sawan Singh Ji conferred the task of Naam initiation (transmission of the inner Light and Sound current) to Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, entrusting Him with the sacred work of continuing His Master’s spiritual mission after He passed from the Earthly realm. The following year in April, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji’s compassionate Master, Baba Sawan Singh Ji, ended His sojourn on Earth. He shared His last moments with Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, transferring His Master Power to His Disciple through His eyes. “Hazur steadily kept gazing for three or four minutes into my eyes, and my eyes, in silent wonderment, experienced an indescribable delight which infused a beverage-like intoxication down to the remotest cores of my entire body – such as was never before experienced in my whole life.”
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2020-06-19   1202 Преглед
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2020-06-19

Venerated Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri (vegetarian): Holy Science and Self-Realization, Part 2 of 2

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Venerated Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri (vegetarian): Holy Science and Self-Realization, Part 2 of 2

In Sri Yukteswar’s younger days, His health was rather frail. One day, while recovering from an illness, His Guru, Sri Lahiri Mahasaya, commented that his wellness was a matter of will, explaining: “Thought is a force, even as electricity or gravitation. The human mind is a spark of the almighty consciousness of God. I could show you that whatever your powerful mind believes very intensely would i
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2021-09-19   237 Преглед
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2021-09-19

Param Guru Shri Mahendra Baba Ji (vegetarian): Prophesying Haidakhan Babaji’s Return, Part 1 of 2

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Param Guru Shri Mahendra Baba Ji (vegetarian): Prophesying Haidakhan Babaji’s Return, Part 1 of 2

Shri Mahendra Maharaj, popularly known as Shri Mahendra Baba, was a Siddha yogi, an ascetic with supernatural powers. He travelled across the Indian subcontinent professing the coming of Shri Haidakhan Babaji, who was acknowledged as one of the manifestations of Shiva Mahavatar Babaji, the famous Immortal Saint who revived Kriya Yoga. Shri Mahendra Baba Ji had two subsequent visions. On his fifth
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2020-11-29   1243 Преглед
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2020-11-29

Venerated Enlightened Master Patanjali (vegetarian) and the Yoga Sutras

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Venerated Enlightened Master Patanjali (vegetarian) and the Yoga Sutras

Maharishi Patanjali was a venerated Indian Sage who lived sometime around the 2nd century BC. He compiled the Yoga Sutras, widely considered the foremost text on yoga, which offers a system for attaining self-realization. “pat” denoting falling from Heaven, and “anjali” indicating prayer. The great Sage is said to be swayambhu, or self-manifested, a highly evolved spiritual Being who incarnated into a human form to help humanity. Patanjali is professed to be an incarnation of Lord Shesha, the thousand-headed serpent ruler who represents omnipresence and doubles as the guardian of Earth’s hidden treasures. Lord Shesha would also be able to master the art of yoga and dance and spread it widely across the land. Students from all over India came to hear Maharishi Patanjali’s teachings. Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras detail 196 long-standing practices of yoga and spirituality. Patanjali is also depicted as a respected Teacher of Samkhya philosophy. Today, the venerated Master Patanjali is aptly known as the “Father of Modern Yoga.”
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2020-03-29   1332 Преглед
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2020-03-29

Abdu'l-Bahá (vegetarian) & Unity in the Bahá'í Faith

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Abdu'l-Bahá (vegetarian) & Unity in the Bahá'í Faith

Abdu'l-Bahá was the eldest son of Bahá'u'lláh. Along with Bahá'u'lláh and the Báb, Abdu’l-Bahá, who staunchly persevered and worked towards the realization of His father’s mission, was canonized as the last of the three “central authoritative figures” of the Baha’i faith. Today, Abdu’l-Bahá’s discourses and writings continue to serve as a source of Bahá'í sacred literature. Abdu’l-Bahá was
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2021-05-30   1376 Преглед
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2021-05-30

Venerated Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri (vegetarian): Holy Science and Self-Realization, Part 1 of 2

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Venerated Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri (vegetarian): Holy Science and Self-Realization, Part 1 of 2

Swami Sri Yukteswar Giri was born Priya Nath Karar on May 10, 1855, in Serampore, West Bengal, India. His father was a wealthy landowner. Sri Yukteswar was fairly young when He inherited and shouldered the burden of managing His family’s land holdings upon His father’s passing. It was through a friendship with a local maharaj that Sri Yukteswar met His own Guru, Lahiri Mahasaya, a disciple
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2021-09-12   413 Преглед
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2021-09-12

Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (vegetarian): Attaining Union with God, Part 1 of 3

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Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj (vegetarian): Attaining Union with God, Part 1 of 3

Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj was an enlightened Master of Surat Shabd Yoga, the yoga of inner Light and Sound Current, a path leading directly to God. Like His name, meaning “Lion of Mercy or Compassion,” the venerated Master was regally mighty and immensely humble, devoting His every moment to uniting humanity with God. Born in a Punjab village in Rawalpindi district, in 1894, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj began His devotional journey at an early age. Even as a child, the spiritually gifted Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was drawn to solitude and contemplation. During His meditations, a four-year old Sant Kirpal Singh Ji would encounter “visions of inner Light and many wondrous scenes of one inner stage or another.” A year later, He became vegetarian. He explained to His father: “Is not meat dead flesh, and would you have me make a burial ground of my body?” At the age of 12 or 13, inspired by Sri Ramanuja after reading the famous Saint’s biography, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji vowed that if He should ever gain any spiritual wealth, He would give and give unreservedly, and that He would not mind going to hell for the multitudes to get salvation. From childhood to the time that He met His Guru, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj was preoccupied with two things: His wish for union with God and a burning desire to understand the enigma of life. So, He delved repeatedly into questions like, “What is life?” and, “Who am I?” Sant Kirpal Singh Ji believed that the soul could not know peace until the mystery of life is solved. When Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was in His twenties, His father had severe stroke. Under Sant Kirpal Singh Ji’s faithful and attentive care, His father recovered. This pleased His father exceedingly, so he said: “Kirpal, ask for anything you want.” When Sant Kirpal Singh Ji said that His sole wish was to attain communion with God, His father answered, “If a father’s blessing has any effect, you shall certainly meet God.” After that, Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj began having inner visions of His future Master, Baba Sawan Singh Ji. “He would speak to me and lead me into the higher planes.”
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2020-06-14   1383 Преглед
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2020-06-14

Saint Clare of Assisi (vegetarian): Devoted Italian Visionary and Co-Founder of the Poor Clares, Part 2 of 2

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Saint Clare of Assisi (vegetarian): Devoted Italian Visionary and Co-Founder of the Poor Clares, Part 2 of 2

As a young adult, Saint Clare went to San Damiano, where she stayed for 40 years, serving as the abbess. She was reunited with her mother and younger sister Beatrice during her time there. Saint Clare of Assisi founded the Order of Poor Ladies, later named Poor Clares, which had strict vows of silence, poverty, and fasting. She exclaimed, “They say that we are too poor, but can a heart which posse
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2021-08-15   426 Преглед
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2021-08-15
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