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THIRTEENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

1216 Innocent III., Feb. 4, 8, March 3, April 8, Aug. 4, Oct. 4.

1216–1227 Honorius III., Feb. 8, April 6, Aug. 4, 25, Oct. 4, Nov. 13.

1227–1241 Gregory IX., Jan. 23, Aug. 4, 25.

1241–1241 Celestin IV., Aug. 25.

1243–1254 Innocent IV., Feb. 8, March 7, June 10, Aug. 25.

1254–1261 Alexander IV., Feb. 10, July 14.

1261–1264 Urban IV., March 7.

1265–1268 Clement IV., Feb. 8, 16, July 14.

1271–1276 Gregory X., Feb. 16, March 7, May 19, July 14.

1276–1276 Innocent V., July 14.

1276–1276 Adrian V.

1276–1277 John XX. or XXI.

1277–1280 Nicholas III., May 16, June 8.

1281–1285 Martin IV.

1285–1287 Honorius IV.

1288–1292 Nicholas IV., May 19, Oct. 2.

1294–1294 St. Peter Celestin V., May 19.

1294 Boniface VIII., May 19, Oct. 21.

1216 John Sans-terre.

1273 Henry III., Feb. 16, April 3.

Edward I., Feb. 18, June 8.

1223 Philippe II. Auguste.

1226 Louis VIII.

1270 St. Louis IX.

1285 Philippe III. le Hardi.

Philippe IV. le Be.

1215 Fourth of Lateran, 12th gen., April 8, Aug. 4, Oct. 4.

1222 Oxford, Oct. 13.

1245 Lyons, 13th gen., Feb. 16, Aug. 25.

1274 Fourteenth general, 2d of Lyons, Feb. 10, 16, March 7, July 14, Aug. 23, Oct. 2.

1202 Abbot Joachim, March 17.

1213 St. John of Maths Alanus, Aug. 4.

1214 Theodorus Balsaman.

1216 Pope Innocent III., Feb. 4, 8, March 3, April 8, Aug. 4, Oct. 4.

1228 Stephen Longton.

1231 St. Anthony of Padus, June 13.

1240 Cardinal Vitry, June 23.

1242 St. Edmund, Nov. 16.

1245 Alexander of Hales, July 14.

1256 Vincent of Beauvais.

1250 Rainerius Lacho, Oct. 4.

1256 St. Peter Nolasco.

Luke, Bishop of Tuy in Spain, Aug. 4, Oct. 4.

1259 Matthew Paris.

1263 Hugh of St. Cher.

1271 Henry of Lusa.

Robert Sorbon.

1272 William of St. Amour, March 7, July 14.

1274 St. Thomas of Aquin, March 7.

Haymo, July 14.

St. Bonaventure, July 14.

1275 St. Raymund of Pennafort, Jan. 23.

1278 Martinus Polonus.

1280 Albertus Magnus, March 7.

1292 Henry of Ghant.

St. Gertrude, Nov. 15.

1296 William Durand, Jan. 1.

1297 Peter John d’Olive

1298 John Veccus.

James of Voragine.

SAINTS OF ENGLAND

St. Serapion, Martyr, Jan. 31.

St. Richard. April 3.

St. Simon Stock, May 16.

St. Hugh of Lincoln, Aug. 27.

St. Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln, Nov. 17.

St. Thomas, Bishop of Hereford, Oct. 2.

St. Gilbert, Scotland, April 1.

In this age the following were distinguished for their sanctity in other countries.

St. Raymund, Jan. 23.

Five Friars Minors, Jan. 16.

St. Margaret, Princess of Hungary, Jan. 28.

St. Peter Nolasco, Jan. 31.

St. Margaret of Cortona, Feb. 22.

B. Albert, April 8.

St. William, April 6.

St. Herman Joseph, April 7.

St. Peter Gonzales, April 15.

St. Zita, April 27.

St. Peter, M artyr, April 29.

St. Angelus, May 5.

St. Ferdinand III., King of Castile, May 30.

St. Antony of Padua, June 13.

St. Mary of Oignies, June 23.

B. Theobald, July 8.

St. Ceslas, July 20.

St. Cunnegundes, July 24.

St. William, July 29.

St. Dominic, Aug. 4.

St. Louis of Toulouse, Aug. 19.

St. Clare, Aug. 12.

St. Philip Beniti, Aug. 23.

St. Lewis, King of France, Aug. 25.

St. Raymund, Honnatus, Aug. 31.

St. Isabel, Aug. 31.

B. Margaret, Sept. 2.

St. Rose of Viterbo, Sept. 4.

St. Francis of Assisium, Oct. 4.

Seven Friars Minors, Oct. 13.

St. Hedwiges, Oct. 17.

St. Gertrude, Nov. 15.

St. Elizabeth of Hungary, Nov. 19.

St. Felix of Valois, Nov. 20.

St. Sylvester Gozzolini, Nov. 26.

A. D.

1210 Amauri.

1252 The Stadings.

1259 The Flagellantes.

1287 The Apostolics.

1296 The Fraticelli, July 14.

1300 Sagarellus.

Conversion of Nations.

A. D.

1257 St. Hyacinth preaches the faith to the northern nations, Aug. 16.

1274 The Greek church unites with the Latin in the Council of Lyons, Feb. 10, 16, March 7, July 14, Aug. 23, Oct. 2.

Eucharist, Jan. 28, March 7, June 23, July 14.

Viaticum, March 7, May 30.

Mass, Jan. 28, March 7, April 6, 27, May 19, Oct. 17.

Confession, Jan. 23, March 7, May 30.

Extreme Unction, March 7, May 19, July 14.

Cross, Jan. 28, April 8.

1209 B. Albert compiles rules for the Carmelites, April 8; on the antiquity of that Order, April 8.

St. Francis of Assisium lays the foundation of his Order, Oct. 4. On the different Orders of Franciscans, ibid. On the settlement of the Franciscans in England, ibid.

1212 The Carmelites established in England, Apr. 8, May 16.

The Order of the Poor Clares is founded, Aug. 12.

1215 The Order of the Dominicans is founded, Aug. 4.

1223 The Order for the Redemption of Captives instituted, Jan. 3, 23.

1233 On the origin of the Inquisition, Aug. 4.

1254 The several Congregations of the Hermits of St. Augustine united in one Order by Alexander IV.; 1287 its present constitutions compiled, Aug. 28.

1274 The Order of Celestines approved, May 19.

Order of the Trinitarians instituted, Feb. 8, Nov. 20.

The Sylvestrin Monks instituted, Nov. 26.

The Order of Servites instituted, Aug. 23, June 19.

The Roman Breviary revised by Haymo, July 14.

Institution of the Rosary, Aug. 4.

1264 The festival of Corpus Christi ordered to be observed in the whole church, by Pope Urban IV., mov. feasts.

Office of the Blessed Sacrament compiled by St. Thomas of Aquin, March 7.

1239 The Holy Crown of Thorns is brought to Paris, Aug. 25.

1252 The House of Sorbon established, Aug. 25.

The Moors defeated in Spain, May 30.

On the Oriflame, Aug. 25.

On architecture, Aug. 25.

On the cure of the King’s Evil, Aug. 25.

On the study of Medicine, Aug. 23.

The prose Veni Sancte Spiritus composed, according to some, by Pope Innocent III., October 4.

1248 St. Lewis sets sail for Cyprus in his expedition for the Holy War, Aug. 25.

1234 The five books of Decretals are compiled by St. Raymond of Pennafort, and confirmed by Pope Gregory IX., Jan. 23.








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