We must do my Father's will

Thursday 03 December 2020 - 1st week of Advent - Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Matthew 7, 21. 24-27 - Seek the Lord while he is found; call on him while he is near!

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November 17 - Elizabeth of Hungary, daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary, was born in Pressburg, Hungary on July 7, 1207. Engaged at four years of age and married at fourteen to Landgrave Louis IV of Thuringia, she became aware of the movement founded in Italy by Francis of Assisi, to which she adhered from the depths of her soul.

16 November - Gertrude was born on 6 January 1256 in Eisleben, Thuringia. At the age of five, she was entrusted to the care of the Cistercian nuns of the monastery of Helfta in what is now Saxony-Anhalt. Mechtilde of Hackeborn, who, at the age of 20, took over Gertrude's education.

15 November - Albert the Great is born Albrecht von Bollstädt in Lauingen, Swabia in 1193. He introduced Greek and Arabic sciences into the universities of Europe. He is already nicknamed "the Great" during his lifetime.

November 14 - Joseph Pignatelli, born in Zaragoza, Spain, on December 27, 1737, came from families of great nobility, both on the side of his Italian father, Antonio Pignatelli, and his Spanish mother, Francesca Moncayo-Fernandez de Heredia. He lost his mother at the age of 4 and was raised in Naples.