"SHSI Certificate of Recognition"
"Best on the Web"


Encyclopedia Dubuque

www.encyclopediadubuque.org

"Encyclopedia Dubuque is the online authority for all things Dubuque, written by the people who know the city best.”
Marshall Cohen—researcher and producer, CNN

Affiliated with the Local History Network of the State Historical Society of Iowa, and the Iowa Museum Association.




SAINT CESSIANUS: Difference between revisions

From Encyclopedia Dubuque
Jump to navigationJump to search
(New page: SAINT CESSIANUS. As an eight-year-old boy, St. Cessianus was martyred by Emperor Diocletian. The body was brought to America from Rome in 1838 by Bishop Mathias LORAS w...)
 
No edit summary
 
(3 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
SAINT CESSIANUS. As an eight-year-old boy, St. Cessianus was martyred by Emperor Diocletian. The  body was brought to America from Rome in 1838 by Bishop [[LORAS, Mathias|Mathias LORAS]] who was presented with the remains by Pope Gregory XVI. During Mass on November 23, 1986, the remains of the fourth century martyr were installed in the altar of the renovated [[SAINT RAPHAEL'S CATHEDRAL]].
SAINT CESSIANUS. As an eight-year-old boy, St. Cessianus was martyred by Emperor Diocletian. The  body was brought to America from Rome in 1838 by Bishop [[LORAS, Mathias|Mathias LORAS]] who was presented with the remains by Pope Gregory XVI.  
 
During Mass on November 23, 1986, the remains of the fourth century martyr were installed in the altar of the renovated [[ST. RAPHAEL'S CATHEDRAL]].
 
[[Category: Religious Leader]]

Latest revision as of 03:29, 15 February 2019

SAINT CESSIANUS. As an eight-year-old boy, St. Cessianus was martyred by Emperor Diocletian. The body was brought to America from Rome in 1838 by Bishop Mathias LORAS who was presented with the remains by Pope Gregory XVI.

During Mass on November 23, 1986, the remains of the fourth century martyr were installed in the altar of the renovated ST. RAPHAEL'S CATHEDRAL.