Clare of Assisi

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Clare of Assisi

Saint. 1194--1253, Italian nun; founder of the Franciscan Order of Poor Clares. Feast day: Aug. 11
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The visualisation of Santa Chiara created by Dr Martin White and his colleagues in the Informatics Department at the University of Sussex can be viewed online at: www.
About a hundred years after this masterpiece was completed, and a scant fifty or so after Piero's death, the church changed hands, as it were, from an Augustinian Hermitage to a convent, Santa Chiara.
Price includes: Return flights to Italy from Birmingham, Three nights' half board at the three-star Hotel Villa Serena, Castellammare di Stabia, Four nights' half board at the threestar Hotel Santa Chiara, Chianciano Terme, Included visits and attractions, Return airport to hotel transfers, The services of a Tour Manager in resort.
A controlled study was carried out on 160 patients of both sexes (age between 39 and 86 years) discharged from the Cardiology Department of the Santa Chiara Hospital, Pisa, with a diagnosis of recent myocardial infarction.
Four nights' dinner, B&B at the three-star Hotel Santa Chiara in Chianciano Terme ?
The program spans Rossini's 1835 "La danza" to Antonio Bar-bieri's 1945 "Munasterio 'e Santa Chiara, "in which an immigrant expresses a longing and concern for his native wartorn Naples.
She had now completed her Dialogue or spiritual testament and she died in Rome at her house on today's Via di Santa Chiara on a Sunday in 1380 at the age of 33.
James Watt tells the extraordinary story of mass possession and bewitchment that plagued the convent of Santa Chiara in the northern Italian city of Carpi in the 1630s.
The title of this book is deceptive, suggesting a mere case study of demonic possession of nuns within the walls of Santa Chiara in Carpi similar to earlier studies of demonic possession in the Ursuline convents at Loudon and Auxonne (Michel de Certeau, The Possession at Loudon, trans.
Gambacciani is professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and director of the Menopause Research Clinic at the Santa Chiara University Hospital in Pisa, Italy.
Mr Celfeza was taken to Santa Chiara hospital in Trento, along with the surviving motorcyclist, the Interior Ministry added.
He was first taken to the Santa Chiara hospital in Trento before being flown on to the specialist head injuries unit at Verona's Borgo Trento Hospital where he is in a coma.

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