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|Statement||by Godefroi Kurth; translated by V.M. Crawford; with a preface by G. Tyrrell|
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|Pagination||xii, 143 p. ;|
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Saint Clotilda Paperback – Febru by Godefroi Kurth (Author), Brother Hermenegild TOSF (Editor), V M Crawford (Translator) & See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Godefroi Kurth. contents chapter i introductory 1 chapter ii the childhood of clotilda 17 chapter iii the first years of married life 30 chapter iv the conversion of clovis 42 chapter v the last years of married life 54 chapter vi years of widowhood 72 chapter vii fresh trials 91 chapter viii clotilda's sanctity chapter ix the posthumous glory of st clotilda chapter x conclusion appendix Pages: Saint Clotilda, ; feast day June 3), queen consort of Clovis I, king of the Franks, in whose momentous conversion to Christianity she played a notable part.
Clotilda was the granddaughter of Gundioc, king of Burgundy, who was related to the Visigothic kings and shared their Arian Christian faith. The life of Saint Clotilda, the principal episodes of which, both legendary and historic, are found scattered throughout the chronicle of St.
Gregory of Tours was written in the tenth century, by an anonymous author, who gathered his facts principally from this source. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kurth, Godefroid, Saint Clotilda.
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Her book Barracoon, finally published in. Clotilde St. Clotilde (c. ) and her husband King Clovis (c. ) founded the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled the Franks for over years. They were married in orand she converted him to Christianity in When Clovis died, Clotilde retired to Tours. Her sons'.
Clotilde was born at the Burgundian court of Lyon, the daughter of King Chilperic II of the death of Chilperic's father King Gondioc inChilperic and his brothers Gundobad and Godegisel divided their inheritance; Chilperic II apparently reigning at Lyon, Gundobad at Vienne, and Godegesil at Geneva.
From the sixth century on, the marriage of Clovis and Clotilda was made the Canonized: Pre-Congregation. Saint Clotilda by Godefroid Kurth; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible Saint Clotilda book People: Clotilda Queen, consort of Clovis, King of the Franks (?).
Clotilda distributing alms. Her example converted her Saint Clotilda book St. Clotilda was Queen of France, daughter of King Chilperic, and wife of King Clovis.
It was due to her prayers that France received the gift of the Catholic Faith. Clotilda, having gained to God this great monarch, never ceased to excite him to glorious actions for the divine honour; amongst other religious foundations, he built, in Paris, at her request, about the yearthe great Church of Sts.
Peter and Paul, now called St. Genevieve': Carmel Books. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kurth, Godefroid, Saint Clotilda. London, Duckworth & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Clotilda, Saint. St. Clotilda, Queen of the Franks Paperback – Novem by Anny Rehwaldt (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: Anny Rehwaldt. Buy this Book on Kindle. Lives of the Saints, by Alban Butler, Benziger Bros. , at June 3.—ST. CLOTILDA, Queen. CLOTILDA was daughter of Chilperic, younger brother to Gondebald, the tyrannical King of Burgundy, who put him and his wife, and his other brothers, except one, to death, in order to usurp their.
Book Overview Set in fifth and sixth century Gaul, this historical novel is the story of a very real woman and her remarkable life. Born a princess in Burgundy, Clotilda married the pagan king Clovis of the Franks. She convinced him to convert to her beloved Christianity.
Excerpt from book: CHAPTER II THE CHILDHOOD OF CLOTILDA '"THE kingdom of the Burgundians appears on the threshold of modern times as one of those many ephemeral creations whose ruins were to strew the pages of history before at length a nation rose up 3/5(4).
Saint Clotilde Biography: The main source we have for the life of Clotilde is Gregory of Tours, writing in the last half of the sixth century. King Gondioc of Burgundy died inand his three sons divided Burgundy.
Chilperic II, father of Clotilde, ruled at. The Story and History of Saint Clotilda The story and history of Saint Clotilda. Saint Clotilda was daughter of Chilperic, younger brother to Gondebald, the tyrannical King of Burgundy, who put him and his wife, and his other brothers, except one, to death, in order to usurp their dominions.
Clotilda appears to have handed over a part of her own dowry, for one of the original properties owned by the Abbey bore the name of the fief of Saint Clotilda. Moreover it was to her that the duty fell of completing the structure; she supplied the means for putting on the roof and for finishing the various outbuildings, and she presided at the.
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Gregory of Tours was written in the tenth century, by an anonymous author, who gathered his facts principally from this source. CLOTILDA, Saint ( io), was the daughter of Chilperic, king of Burgundy, and the wife of Clovis, king of the Franks. Her father, mother, and brothers were put to death by Gundebald, her uncle, but Clotilda was spared and educated.
Gundebald opposed her marriage with Clovis, but by the aid of the clergy she escaped to the Frankish court (), was married, and, having adhered all along.
Saint Clotild by Virginia M. Crawford, Godefroid Kurth and George Tyrrell (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. The Basilica of Saint Clotilde (Basilique Ste-Clotilde) is a basilica church in Paris, located on the Rue Las Cases, in the 7th arrondissement.
It is best known for its imposing twin spires History. Construction of the church was first mooted by the Paris City Council on 16 February Country: France. Clotilda (Fr. CLOTILDE; Ger. CHLOTHILDE), Saint, Queen of the Franks, b. probably at Lyons, c. ; d. at Tours, June 3, Her feast is celebrated June 3.
Clotilda was the wife of Clovis I, and the daughter of Chilperic, King of the Burgundians of Lyons, and his wife : Catholic Answers. Clotilda, Queen of the Franks (+) Commemorated June 3rd. Clotilda was the daughter of Burgundian King Chilperic.
Her father was a Christian and followed the teachings of the One True Faith. However, his brother, Gondebaud, was an Arian. item 3 Saint Clotilda by George Tyrrell (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping. - Saint Clotilda by George Tyrrell (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping.
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Saint Doda Clothilde - Of Savoy Oda Saxony De Heristal 32G was born in the year in Treves, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, daughter of Saint Arnoldus Marquis Schelde Bishop Metz and Dode Oda Clothilde Suevi DeHeristal. She was married to Saint Arnulf II "Patron Saint of Brewers" Bishop of Metz33G, they had 5 children.
She died in the year in Trier, Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Of Birth: Rheinland-Pfalz. St. Clotilda, Queen of the Franks (French: CLOTILDE; German: CHLOTHILDE).
Queen of the Franks, born probably at Lyons, c. ; died at Tours, 3 June, Her feast is celebrated 3 June. Clotilda was the wife of Clovis I, and the daughter of Chilperic, King of Burgundians of Lyons, and Caretena.
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Clotilda, and was born in Nonetheless, Clotilda persuaded him to have their second child, Chlodomer, baptized as well, in Sons Childebert and Lothair (I) were also baptized.
Her last child was her only surviving daughter, also named Clotilda. As she was born after Clovis' conversion to Christianity, Clotilda's hope to raise a Catholic family was indeed realized.
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Saint Clotilde ( – ), also known as Clotilda or simply Clotild, was the daughter of Chilperic II of Burgundy and Caretena, and wife of the Frankish king Clovis I. Venerated as a Saint by Roman Catholics, she was instrumental to her husband's famous conversion to Christianity and, in her later years, was known for her almsgiving and penitential works of mercy.
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Agnes' life and you'll see my point. Saint of the Day – 21 January – St Agnes (c c images pieuses tous les saints - Page 29 January is the feast of Saint Agnes, a 13 year old martyr who was born in to a. CLOTILDA was daughter of Chilperic, younger brother to Gondebald, the tyrannical King of Burgundy, who put him and his wife, and his other brothers, except one, to death, in order to usurp their dominions.
Clotilda was brought up in her uncle’s court, and, by a singular providence, was instructed in the Catholic religion, though.
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