This book can only be sold in North America Set against the colorful background of power struggles in imperial Rome and battling Roman legions, this is the exciting story of St. Helena, mother of the Emperor Constantine, who found the Cross ...
Author: Louis de Whol
Publisher: Ignatius Press
This book can only be sold in North America Set against the colorful background of power struggles in imperial Rome and battling Roman legions, this is the exciting story of St. Helena, mother of the Emperor Constantine, who found the Cross of Christ in Jerusalem. This book for young people paints a vivid portrait of a remarkable woman who overcame every obstacle with faith, hope, perseverance... and a healthy dose of ambition. In this 29th book in the acclaimed Vision Books series for youth, Louis de Wohl, known for his masterful storytelling, describes the amazing events that led to the conversion of Helena and the rise to power of her son. He also recounts the vision Constantine experienced on the eve of a pivotal battle and his subsequent legalization of Christianity in the fourth century. The story dramatically concludes with St. Helena's final accomplishment-her dangerous and miraculous expedition to the Holy Land.
The tools used by the workmen digging for the true cross , under the direction of
the Empress Saint , Helena , are represented as being made of wood shod with
iron . This may remind visitors to the Derby Drill Hall Exhibition , of the spade ...
The visit of Saint Helena took place just before the Council of Nicæa , and the
letters of Constantine ( as given in No. ... No contemporary author speaks of her
finding the Holy Cross ; and Eusebius says that , after Constantine had destroyed
The sisters adopted transitional habits which were neither the gray of Saint Anne,
nor yet the white of Holy Cross, and ... Sister Catherine Josephine wrote in her
contribution to Early Days of the Order of Saint Helena: "Sister Rachel said she ...
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
Throughout the 20th century lay women in the Episcopal Church, often acting in isolation and without institutional support, offered a powerful witness of leadership, vocation, and theological resilience. Deeper Joy studies groups of women with similar callings yet located in diverse settings throughout church and society such as schools, hospitals, and other civic institutions. The topics presented here reflect new historical perspectives and unexplored primary materials, including interviews that bear on all women's ministries, hence addressing neglected and important aspects of life in the American church. After an introductory chapter on women and vocation, five major sections will explore lay women's vocations through the lenses of community life, education, mission, civic life, and working for change from within the Episcopal Church. Topics include Anglican sisterhoods, the Companions of the Holy Cross, the deaconess movement, women of the New Deal, women in foreign missions, the settlement house movement, and women in education. The views of African-American, Asian, Hispanic, and Native American women are all represented. A concluding chapter addresses future directions for leadership and service.
Versions of the Legend of the true Cross differ . Here we have , from left to right
across the lower apse : St . Helena ( against a fairy - tale background of a 15th
century Italian hill town ! ) Discovers and Excavates the True Cross in Jerusalem ;
One of the riches of this breviary is the special material provided for these feasts:
The Finding of the Cross (May 3); St. Helena (August 18); Exaltation of the Holy Cross (September 14); and the Founding of the Order of St. Helena (November 8)
Author: Ramsis F. Ghaly MD FACSPublish On: 2016-12-09
It is Saint Helena and Constantine the great that started the pilgrimage to the
Cross of Jesus. It is then naturally the human brains in the spirit exploring the “
Pilgrimage to the True Cross” in this chapter. SAINT HELENA THE HOLY
Author: Ramsis F. Ghaly MD FACS
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
As wars continue, persecution against Christianity is considered the highest among all religions. The author explores deep within the oppressed brains. Many people wonder what goes on inside the human brain during times of discrimination and injustice. In silence, the human brain carries the burden of misery. Our earthly journey is endowed with obstacles and suffering that ultimately leads down the way to the cross. The daily news of bloodshed is overwhelming, and human trafficking is on the rise. It is the time to reconcile to prepare for the ascent of the human soul to its Creator at the moment of departure. The book takes the reader from the time of Adam and Eve and Jesus Christ on the cross to our current time of persecution, going through the pilgrimage to the cross. The book acknowledges the present challenges facing Christians and explores the battles of good versus evil in the times of antichrist. It connects the human brain to its soul as it relates to the eternal spirit in eight sections and thirty-five chapters. The reader will experience the path to the cross through the depiction of sorrows, sadness, losses, and turmoil but also of strength, courage, and hope. The audience will relay the invisible spiritual facts beyond the obvious on the way to the cross in times of weeping, praying, singing, and times of thanksgiving.
That of the Martyrs St. Marcellinus and St. Peter , at the place called Inter duas
lauros , where the empress St. Helena ... Holy Cross , called The Holy Cross of
Jerusalem , on account of a portion of the true cross which Constantine placed in
St . Helena Discoverer of the cross of Jesus Attributes : Large cross ; hammer ,
nails ; imperial model church . Major Paintings ... Bernat , Martin and Jimenez ,
Miguel : Saint Helena and Heraclius take Holy Cross to Jersualem , c . 1485 – 87
Author: Marcus Lodwick
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
Details characters from myths and histories of ancient Greece and Rome, as well as biblical figures and saints through descriptions of over 150 pieces of famous artwork on the subjects.
The renowned novelist De Wohl, with his usual crisp language and descriptive narrative, as well as irony and humor, presents the colorful and tumultuous times of the early Christian era in this story of intrigue, romance and power politics ...
Author: Louis de Wohl
Publisher: Ignatius Press
The renowned novelist De Wohl, with his usual crisp language and descriptive narrative, as well as irony and humor, presents the colorful and tumultuous times of the early Christian era in this story of intrigue, romance and power politics revolving around Helena, the devoted and saintly mother of Constantine, the first Christian emperor. This historical novel tells the story of the quest for the True Cross through fifty years of the most exciting events in Roman and Christian history. The narrative begins when the Tribune Constantius, a Roman officer stationed in Britain, meets and wins Helena, only daughter of the mystical and oracular King Coel of Britain. Through the course of their early lives together, and during their ten-year separation when Constantius returns to Britian as a conquering Caesar and Helena has become a rejected wife, devoted mother, and militant Christian, there is a sure and convincing portrayal of character growth and personal conflict. Helena's fierce determination to raise Constantine as a warrior son and her gradual discovery and dramatic acceptance of Christianity prepare her for the final miracle of her life discovery of the True Cross, the Living Wood on Calvary. The Living Wood is a chapter from the turbulent half-forgotten pages of early Christian history and legend in which the religious conflicts and problems are handled with moving simplicity. It is also an action-packed novel of those times-with a lesson for us today-that captures with equal skill and tumult and the shouting of the battlefield and the devious plots and counter-plots of the court.
St. Helena demanding of a Jew where the cross is on which Jesus Christ died ; 6. St. Helena discovering the true cross by a miracle ; 7. Heraclius , who , after
having vanquished Cosroes , recovers the true cross ; 8. Heraclius , in his shirt
We need not say how valuable they are , and how much light they throw upon the
life of the saint . We miss ... the consequence , in great measure , of the zeal of St. Helena and of her “ discovery ” of the Holy Sepulchre and of the True Cross .
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Like most medieval narrative windows , those of the Sainte - Chapelle read from
bottom to top . The fourth - century discovery of the True Cross by Saint Helena
occupies the bottom four rows , replacing the vacant apertures that had been
Author: Janet Marquardt
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub
Medieval Art and Architecture after the Middle Ages explores the endurance of and nostalgia for medieval monuments through their reception in later periods, specifically illuminating the myriad ways in which tangible and imaginary artifacts of the Middle Ages have served to articulate contemporary aspirations and anxieties. The essays in this interdisciplinary collection examine the afterlife of medieval works through their preservation, restoration, appropriation, and commodification in America, Great Britain, and across Europe from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. From the evocation of metaphors and tropes, to monumental projects of restoration and recreationmedieval visual culture has had a tremendous purchase in the construction of political, religious, and cultural practices of the Modern era. The authors assembled here engage a diverse spectrum of works, from Irish ruins and a former Florentine prison to French churches and American department stores, and an equally diverse array of media ranging from architecture and manuscripts to embroidery, monumental sculpture, and metalwork. With applications not only to the study of art and architecture, but also encompassing such varied fields as commerce, city planning, education, literature, collecting and exhibition design, this copiously illustrated anthology comprises a significant contribution to the study of medieval art and medievalism.
St. Paul's Basilica had five naves . is said to contain the inscription above referred
to of Great ) to the universal sovereignty of the Empire , The Basilica of St.
Sebastian is also without the the true cross . a period of peace and prosperity for
the Church set ... Santa Croce was erected by St. Helena , the mother of the
Emperor Constantine the Great , to serve as the shrine and depository of the
cross on which ...
Here is a chapel dedicated to St. Helena , the floor whereof is of earth brought
from Jerusalem ; the walls are of fair mosaic ... two thorns of his crown ; three
chips of the real cross ; one of the nails , wanting a point ; St. Thomas's doubting
... we came to St . Croce of Jerusalem , built by Constantine over the demolition of
the Temple of Venus and Cupid , which he threw down ; and it was here they
report he deposited the wood of the true Cross found by his mother , Helena ; in ...
Origin of the Relic The wood of the true cross is one of the oldest relics honored
by Christians . Legend has it that Saint Helena , the mother of the emperor
Constantine , found the true cross . Constantine then ordered construction of the
Author: Raúl Gómez-Ruiz
Publisher: Studies in Latino/A Catholicis
Raul Gomez-Ruiz demonstrates that Hispanic Catholicism is rooted not only in indigenous religions and the conquest of the mestizaje and the Americas, but also in Iberian Catholicism."
V. -THE CROSS OF ST . HELENA . Moving round in the same direction , the next
object probably represents the Cross of St. ... But as the pretended discovery of
the true cross by the first Christian princess , must have been deemed an event of