Today’s Saint: Leander of Seville

The next time you recite the Nicene Creed at Mass, think of today’s saint. For it was Leander of Seville who, as bishop, introduced the practice in the sixth century.

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One Response to “Today’s Saint: Leander of Seville”

  1. Amelia Grace Says:

    I am a baptized non-practising Roman Catholic. I’m trying to remember all the prayers. Especially those of the rosary. (the “mysteries”). I don’t think they were properly explained to us in my Catholic grade school. I’m trying to pray for Iraq to get itself (government) in place and to arrest the “newest dictator” Nouri al-Maliki for the crimes he committed against his own to people while enriching himself & family & friends. I think it’s quite shameful for a generation of children to not be able to go to school (in any country) and not be taught how to do the basics (reading, writting, & arithmatics). My prayers for world peace and unity seem to need some help here. I can’t seem to remember the words of the prayers (in correct order); so not wanting to offend God, I’d like to find a website (that works, decently). So I can print the prayers and rememorize them, like I did as a child. Thank you, please help my to pray for the people of Iraq?

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