On May 13, 1982, Pope John Paul II, after the concelebrated Mass in Fatima consecrated
the modern world to her.
This book is, therefore, recommended for all Christians who are desirous of living consecrated
lives according to the dictates and command of God.
The surveys second question was: "What would become of the world if there were no consecrated
persons?" I would rather not live in such a world.
Granting permission for the exhumation, he said: "The normal rule is that burial in consecrated
land is permanent, and that a faculty will only exceptionally be granted for exhumation.
He was consecrated
an Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool in 1965 and in June 2005 celebrated 40 years as a bishop in a special mass at the cathedral so closely associated with him.
Mr McClean said: "Once a body or ashes have been interred in consecrated
ground, in a churchyard or consecrated
section of a municipal cemetery, there should be no disturbance of the remains, save for good and proper reasons.
Mr McClean, quoting the comments of another church judge in a similar case, added: "Once a body or ashes have been interred in consecrated
ground, whether in a churchyard or in a consecrated
section of a municipal cemetery, there should be no disturbance of the remains save for good and proper reason."
Incidentally, although St Paul's Church was consecrated
in 1779, the spire was not added until 1824.
persons, for their part, grasped the strong call to live in a state of conversion for accomplishing their specific mission in the Church: to be witnesses of Christ, epiphany of the love of God in the world, recognizable signs of reconciled humanity.
Very few who visit it, however, are familiar with the story behind the basilica or the devotion to which it is consecrated
, and even many historians fail to understand why during the early years of the Third Republic the Sacred Heart was central to a cultural and political struggle over French national identity.
The General Cemetery of All Souls at Kensal Green (consecrated
in 1833) was the first great necropolis to be laid out near London, and owes its origins to the transformation of the picturesque English landscaped garden in France as a place of sepulture, commemoration and Elysium of allusion.
George Boyd's play, Consecrated
Ground, relates the experiences of a few citizens of Africville in the days preceding the final destruction of the Halifax community.
Augustine went to Arles in France to be consecrated
as " bishop of the English, " then returned and, with Ethelbert's support of his mission, baptized ten thousand converts the same year.
She was one of four women bishops to be consecrated
at the same time by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
And so, the cardinal asked all the consecrated
and baptized to bring good news to the poor and suffering.