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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

DEMETRIUS of Antioch

Coptic literary tradition and the Ethiopian tradition dependent on it know a Demetrius, bishop of Antioch, said to have ordained John Chrysostom as priest. This Demetrius is named in a Coptic Encomium of St. Victor, attributed to Chrysostom a patent falsehood. Directly attributed to

DEMETRIUS of Alexandria

According to Eusebius HE 5, 22, Demetrius was made bishop in the tenth year of Commodus 189 and governed for 43 years HE 6, 26, until 232. After Septimius Severus’s persecution, he entrusted the teaching of catechesis to the young Origen HE 6, 3,

DEFENSOR DEDICATION

Council of the. After the Council of Tyre 335, the bishops who had met there went, at Constantine’s wish, to Jerusalem, to celebrate there the feast of the dedication of the basilica of the Holy Sepulchre or Anastasis and Constantine’s thirtieth year as emperor.

DEDICATION of CHURCHES

I. Roman ritual – II. Gallican ritual – III. RomanoGermanic ritual – IV. Eastern rites. The dedication of churches dedicatio, consecratio ecclesiae cannot be explained without apologetic and theological recourse to the dedication of the Jewish temple at Jerusalem Num 7; 1 Kgs 8;

DALMATIUS

Constantinople. Saint. Feast 3 August. Initially an officer in the imperial guard, he became a monk later in life with his son Faustus and succeeded his teacher Isaac as archimandrite of the chief convent of Constantinople. He came to Cyril’s help at the Council

DADISHO’ of Beth Qatraya

Native of the region of Qatar, which in antiquity extended along the entire northern coast of the Persian Gulf, Dadisho’ lived as a monk and then a recluse in two monasteries, those of Rab-Kennare and Holy Apostles; we have no further information regarding Holy

CYRIL of Jerusalem

Ascribed to Cyril of Jerusalem is a homogeneous group of Coptic homilies, written probably between the 7th and 8th c.: On the Passion, On the New Sunday, On the Resurrection, On the Holy Cross, and On the Virgin Mary two versions, an important testimony

CYRIL of Alexandria

Cyrrhus’s refutations of his anathemata with Against the Eastern Bishops and the Letter to Euoptius. While in prison after the council, he wrote the Explanation of the 12 Anathemata on the same subject. From the outset he understood the importance of having the emperor,

CURSUS PUBLICUS

The Romans were great builders of roads, which initially had a military purpose but then became an essential tool for the government of the empire, the movement of people and goods, and the spread of news, books and culture. In the republican period there

CUMMIAN

By his proper name Cuumian, Cuimíne, Cumméne, variously transcribed CuiminusCuminus-Cummianus, he is not easily identified. He was perhaps abbot at Durrow in S Ireland but also thought to have been the abbot Cummeneus Albus at Iona this does not seem probable. He could also

CROWN

I. Symbology and terminology – II. Iconography. I. Symbology and terminology. The oldest Jewish literature speaks of the crown, initially probably in connection with the feast of tabernacles as a sign of dominion and power, then used in symbolic language about the Messiah: the

CROSS CRUCIFIX

Ancient and patristic texts, with few exceptions e.g., epigraphical texts and some works on papyrus, have been passed down to us not in the original but through later manuscript copies, some even many centuries distant from the original. Since, through the entire time of