Emilia Ayala

Emilia Ayala

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Title text: Psalter (unfinished). Country or nationality of origin: English Place of origin: Oxford Date: c. 1260 Folio or page no.: fol. 148r Whole page or detail: detail Image description: Detail. A nun praying, detail from an illustration of the Trinity.

Country or nationality of origin: English Place of origin: Oxford Date: c. Whole page or detail: detail Image description: Detail. A nun praying, detail from an illustration of the Trinity.

-Cistercians..

that-classic-book-junkie: “And He walks with me, and He talks with me, and He tells me I am His own, and the joy we share as we tarry there, none other has ever known.

Two nuns in white hablits with black cloaks and veils kneeling on a cushion.

Santa Gertrudis de Helfta, óleo sobre cobre, escuela Italiana siglo XVIII, colección particular. Sus atributos, como son el báculo abacial y el corazón con el Niño Jesús, nos ayudan a distinguirla de santa Gertrudis de Nivelles. Santa Gertrudis de Helfta, fue una monja benedictina cisterciense y escritora mística, también conocida como Gertrudis la Grande o Gertrudis Magna, nació en Eisleben (Alemania) a mediados del siglo XIII. Vivirá una intensa vida mística en medio de la vida…

Santa Gertrudis de Helfta, óleo sobre cobre, escuela Italiana siglo XVIII, colección particular. Sus atributos, como son el báculo abacial y el corazón con el Niño Jesús, nos ayudan a distinguirla de santa Gertrudis de Nivelles. Santa Gertrudis de Helfta, fue una monja benedictina cisterciense y escritora mística, también conocida como Gertrudis la Grande o Gertrudis Magna, nació en Eisleben (Alemania) a mediados del siglo XIII. Vivirá una intensa vida mística en medio de la vida…

greluc:  Bl. Margaret of Castello  It must have been about the year 1293 when some women of Citta-di-Castello in Umbria, who had gone one day to pray in their parish church, found within, a destitute blind child of about six or seven, who had been abandoned there by her parents. The kind souls were filled with pity for the little waif, and, poor though they were, they took charge of her - first one family and then another, sheltering and feeding her until she became practically the adopted…

From the Depths of the Catacombs: Saint of the Day April 13 - Blessed Margaret of Castello