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1850 – Born on the 17th of January, Cimbres, Pernambuco, Brazil. 1888 – He was nominated a bishop by Pope Leo XIII, but refused; however, when Pope Leo, obviously believing very firmly in his ability, nominated him again three years later to the diocese of Goias he accepted his nomination very willingly. 1894 – Catholic ..

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1930 – Born on January 27th in Gaberje, Yugoslavia.   1948 – He and his family emigrated to Canada where he studied philosophy and theology at St. Augustine’s Seminary.    1955 – Ordained as a priest by Cardinal McGuigan in St. Michael’s Cathedral on June 4th.   1957-1960 – Father Ambrozic obtained the degrees of ..

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1915 – Born on the 22nd of January.  1966 – He was the mayor of West Berlin, Germany for one year.  1967 – He was forced out of office after criticizing the police killing of a left-wing student activist.  1993 – He died on the 18..

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1510 – Born in Pernaja, Finland and was named after the patron saint of Pernaja’s church. 1528 – Became a scribe for Bishop Martinus Skytte. 1531 – Ordained for priesthood after following the footstep of his teacher. 1536 – Agricola was sent to study in Wittenberg by the Bishop of Turku. 1537 – Started translating ..

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1079 – He was born in the little village of Pallet, about 10 miles east of Nantes, in Brittany, the eldest son of a noble Breton family. 1100 – Abelard went to Paris to study under William of Champeaux at the school of Notre Dame and soon attacked the ultrarealist position of his master with ..

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1835 – Born on the 18th of December at Roxbury, Massachusetts. 1853 – He graduated at the University of New York. 1856 – He studied law and was admitted to the bar. 1860 – He was ordained a minister of the Congregational Church, after studying theology with his uncle.          – He was ..

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