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Travel To MAJORCA

MAJORCA LOCATION :, Largest of the Balearic group of islands, Majorca lies 135 miles south of Barcelona in the Mediterranean. CHARACTERISTICS: Set in the blue waters of the Mediterranean, Majorca is a land of eternal spring where medieval architectural splendor rubs shoulders with the

Dublin City

Dublin 2015 MOTION PICTURES : 1 The Irish are among the greatest Hollywood fans in all Europe; cinemas with good pictures abound. In Dublin some of the leading cinemas, the Savoy, Carlton, Capital, Metropole and Adelphi, are all on O’Connell Street, the Grafton on

Berlin City

Berlin 2015 Also in this region you won’t want to miss Duesseldorf, gay metropolis on the Rhine, a great business center known as the “Desk of the Ruhr.” A walk through town will show the interesting contrast between old and new architecture, most striking.

Hovedstaden City

Hovedstaden 2015 Dinner is served about 7:00 p.m., lunch at noon and breakfast from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. in most restaurants. You can eat three very good meals a day in Copenhagen for about four dollars. SHOPS AND STORES: I Copenhagen is one of

CATECHESIS

Hippolytus II v. Rom: RAC 15, 524-526, in which the catechumen audiens hears catechesis for three years cathecumeni per tres annos audiant, given by lay teachers didascali or clergy ch. 17, ed. Botte; V. Saxer, 221-232; prayer follows the catechesis. The context seems to

CATECHESIS

Introduction – I. Etymology and meaning – II. First and second centuries – III. Third century – IV. Fourth and fifth centuries – V. Sixth century – VI. Seventh century. Introduction. We will confine ourselves to elementary oral religious instruction, especially as it was

CATAPHRYGIANS

Followers of Montanus, so called from the place where this heretical movement began, between Mysia and Phrygia. According to the Muratorian fragment 4, they had writings through which they spread their doctrines. The sect was founded in the 2nd c.: the name “Montanists” was

CARTHAGE

I. History – II. Christian origins and antiquity – III. Christian topography – IV. Bishops – V. Councils. Carthage is situated at the end of an irregular peninsula, between the sea and two salt lakes. The city is centered on the hill of Byrsa

CARTERIUS

One of the 12 bishops present the 11th signatory at the 1st Council of Saragossa 380, held against the Priscillianists at the time of Pope Damasus; his see is unknown. No other Bishop Carterius is known after that council. He may be the Carterius

CARPOCRATES

Irenaeus informs us of Carpocrates’s doctrine but tells us nothing about his life; Clement of Alexandria informs us not so much about him as about his son Epiphanes, and says that Carpocrates was an Alexandrian, while his wife, Alexandria, was from Cephalonia. Carpocrates was

CAPUA

I. History – II. Council. I. History. The ancient city. The territory of ancient Capua, today St. Maria Capua Vetere Caserta, N of Naples, had been occasionally inhabited since the Recent Neolithic Age and even in the Bronze Age 4th millennium BC and 10th

CALIGULA

Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, Roman emperor 37–41, son of Germanicus and of Vipsania Agrippina, nicknamed Caligula by his father’s soldiers, whom he imitated from childhood by wearing military boots caliga. Tiberius had demanded that the Senate designate as his successor either Caligula or his

CAESAREA

The Punic port city of Iol was named Caesarea by Juba II 25 BC–AD 23; when it came under Roman rule in AD 40 it became the capital of the province of Mauretania Caesareana Mauretania Caesarea; under Claudius it was called Colonia Claudia Caesarea.

CAESAREA in Cappadocia

I. The city – II. Council. I. The city. Civil and religious metropolis of Cappadocia in Asia Minor, reduced to a Roman province by Tiberius in AD 17 whence the name Caesarea Kaisa,reia; originally Mazaka; then, under Valens ca. 370, of Cappadocia Prima. Its

BURGUNDIANS

A people of Scandinavian origin the name of the Baltic island of Bornholm Burgundarholm in the Middle Ages is linked to them settled in the 1st c. BC in the plains between the Oder and the Vistula. Around the mid-3rd c., during their migration

BREVIARIUM APOSTOLORUM

Written ca. 600 by an anonymous author and based on the ancient Byzantine or Apostolic Catalogues, the Breviarium Apostolorum, which was often appended to the Martyrologies, tells of the apostles, from the etymology of their names to their death and burial, focusing on the