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1656 – Born on September 6th in Brive-la-Gallarde, France. French cardinal, leading minister in the administration of Philippe II, duc d’Orléans (regent for King Louis XV), and architect of the Anglo-French alliance. 1674 – He was first tutor and then secretary to the Duc de Chartres.          – He violated this position of trust, ..

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349 BC – John Chrysostom was born in Antioch. 368 BC – 373 BC – He was baptised and tonsured a reader. 375 BC – He started practising extreme asceticism and became a hermit circa. 381 BC – He was ordained a deacon in 381 by Saint Meletius of Antioch, and was ordained a presbyter ..

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1919 – Born on July 31st. Jamaican Jesuit clergyman. 1933 – He was among the first students to attend the newly established St. Simon’s College under Headmaster E. B. Hazelwood of Guyana. 1939-1941 – He began a teaching career at St. Simon’s as Instructor in Latin.          – He entered the Civil Service working ..

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1912 – Born on March 1st in Montreal, Quebec. Archbishop of Toronto.          – Educated at St. Patrick’s Boy’s School, Montreal College. 1933 – Received his B.A. degree from University of Montreal. 1937 – Ordained as a priest in Montreal.          – He supervied the Montreal Catholic School Commission. 1941 – He was ..

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1935 – George Carey was born in the East End of London in England on the 13th of November.          – He attended Bonham Road Primary School in Dagenham, then he failed his eleven plus and attended Bifrons Secondary Modern School in Barking, before leaving at the age of 15.          – He ..

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1909 – He was born on the 7th of February in Fortaleza, Ceará, North East Brazil. 1964-1965 – He became Catholic archbishop of Olinda and Recife. 1973 – He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). 1985 – He retired as archbishop.          – He was Awarded ..

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1290 – The birth of Thomas Bradwardine. He was the archbishop of Canterbury, theologian, and mathematician.          – Bradwardine studied at Merton College, Oxford, and became a proctor. 1328 – Bradwardine also wrote works on mathematics. In the treatise De proportionibus velocitatum in motibus, he asserted that an arithmetic increase in velocity corresponds with ..

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1922 – Born on June 11th in Frugarolo. Italian Catholic archbishop. 1945 – He was ordained as a Catholic priest.          – He became the right-hand man of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, head of the powerful Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Church department which monitors the work of theologians. 1995 – Bovone ..

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