He was a significant figure in the Australian gold rush for many reasons in that case we still use and abide by his words and buildings that he created. He brought to Melbourne and the miners and government Superlative compassion and care. Without his efforts to the church we wouldn’t be able to see Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral today.
During the reign of Louis XI, Ockeghem continued his service in the royal chaplain and his popularity in the court kept increasing. He was named to a canonry at the cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris in 1463 but relinquished his claim in 1470 for political reasons. Because of the good relationship between Louis XI and Philip the Good of Burgundy at the beginning of Louis’ reign, it was possible for Ockeghem to visit his birthplace. During this time, he might have (not confirmed) made a visit to Du Fay, whom he may have known since his childhood. In 1464 he went to Cambrai and may have been a guest at Du Fay 's house.
On October 31, 1517 a doctorate holding professor/monk named Martin Luther nailed a list of 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg Church, which would in turn radically changing Christianity forever. Among the countless numbers that Luther has influenced there was one individual a young law student at the University of Orléans in 1530, John Calvin, who is recognized as one of the most if not the most important individual in the Protestant break from the Catholic Church. What events lead to Calvin becoming part of this radical religious movement and what contributions did he add to its theology. Calvin was born on July 10, 1509, in Noyon, France. When he was 14, he was sent to Paris to study Latin.
Archbishop Oscar Romero, is and perfect exemplar of a person that has a prophetic critical personality. Oscar was born in El Salvador in 1917. When he was thirteen, he left home for a minor seminary in San Miguel. Years later in Italy, Romero graduate with a theology degree and was ordain a priest in 1942. He was order to go back to his home country, but his way home he and his friend were captured by the Cuban Police.
Christine De Pisan was a poet, a women 's right activist and a journalist who was born in 1364 in Venice, Italy. Pisan moved to France at a very young age with her father, who was an Italian scholar named Tommaso di Benvenuto da Pizzano, he was a well-educated scholar and astrologer to the court of Charles V of France. As a well-educated father, Pizzano made sure that his daughter had the best education possible. Christine de Pisan learned Latin, Philosophy, Literature and Sciences known at the medieval age. She received the sort of education that was reserved for men of her class.
Michael tells Vincent to pretend that he is thinking of leaving the Corleone family, so that he can approach Altobello, to see where the old man’s loyalties lie. Altobello welcomes Vincent and introduces him to Licio Lucchesi (Enzo Robutti), the man behind the prevention of Michael’s acquisition of Immobiliare. Michael visits Cardinal Lamberto, a well-intentioned and pious priest, to speak about the Immobiliare deal. Lamberto dares Michael to make his first confession in thirty years. Back in Sicily’s home, Michael brings Kay to take tour around Sicily.
Ignatius Loyola was a Spanish priest and theologian, who founded the religious order called the Society of Jesuits in 1540. The Society of Jesuits were missionaries, or those who traveled to spread Catholicism and convert non-Catholics. During the Counter-Reformation, Jesuit missionaries traveled throughout Europe and won back many of the Europeans who had converted to Protestantism. Throughout Europe, they created schools, colleges, and seminaries. The Jesuits also ran charitable organizations, such as one for former prostitutes and one for Jewish people who converted to Catholicism.
The collective devotions of the Laudesi confraternity were primarily directed to praising and honoring the Virgin. founder relationship with the community relationship with the church (attribution history) contract. There are several explanations for why a Sienese painter was commissioned instead of a Florentine one. Diana Norman offers two possible reasons: 1) “other older Sienese painters such as Guido da Siena were
The ties to Jesus have played a huge role in making people believe that magical powers are bestowed upon you when you drink from the Holy Grail. After the Middle Ages passed by, “…the Grail disappears until the 19th century…” (“King Arthur“). The legend became popular again when writers like Tennyson and Scott began writing about the Holy Grail. Even after the disappearance, the Grail has withstood time throughout
When Francis was twenty-five, he heard a voice in the church of San Damiano that said, “Go and repair my house, which you see if falling down.” Francis sold a bale of his father’s cloth to pay for building materials. The conflict between father and son resulted in Francis renouncing his inheritance. In 1209, Francis founded the Franciscan Order.
Michael Arneson is an English 105 Professor at Murray State University. Michael is a graduate from Murray State University, where he received his B.S. and Professional writing. After graduation he extended his talents as a body builder. That eventually led to him become a wrestler for Murray Kentucky. Soon after Arneson became a well-known wrestler in the state of Kentucky and started competing in different states around Kentucky.
During this time, Pachelel made the piece "Chorale Prelude" which earned him a leading role among German organists. In 1686, Pachelbel received a job as an organist at St. Trinitatis church in ‘Sondershausen’. In 1690, he earned the same job at Württemberg court at Stuttgart. After fleeing due to the attacks from the War of the Grand Alliance, Pachelbel got a job at Gotha in 1692 as town organist. In 1693, Pachelbel published, ‘Acht Chorale zum Praeambulieren’, his only liturgical music collection.
Bernard de la Harpe was in charge of organizing the second French expedition. The objective behind doing this, was to regain fortune of the Louisiana territory. La Harpe had received concessions of the Louisiana land in 1718. The French officials authorized Bernard de la Harpe to lead this expedition. The governor, sent him from New Orleans in December to establish a settlement for the Compagnie des Indes and to explore the upper course of the Red River(Buck, Kate.