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Ten Dates Every Catholic Should Know

…dramatically — but ever and always he has come forward himself or given strength to those who were faithful to him. Consider, for example: Constantine, the pagan general who, in a desperate hour, saw a vision that made him a Christian and led to the conversion of the entire Roman Empire Pope…

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Chi Rho Cross Medal with Chain, Handmade Pewter [Silver]

…emperor Constantine, on the night before the Battle of Milvian Bridge (in 312), dreamed of the symbol and heard a voice say, “In hoc signo vinces” (By this sign, you shall win). On waking, Constantine ordered his soldiers to put the cross on their shields. Constantine’s army then…

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Handmade Chi Rho Cross Figure

…emperor Constantine: the night before the Battle of Milvian Bridge (in 312), Constantine dreamed of the symbol and heard a voice say, “In hoc signo vinces” (By this sign, you shall win). On waking, Constantine ordered his soldiers to put the cross on their shields. Constantine’s

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Christ Pantocrator Hagia Sophia Icon - 8" x 10"

…South Gallery. The Hagia Sophia Church was constructed in Constantinople which is now Istanbul, Turkey and is believed to have been founded by Constantine the Great.  It is considered the greatest monument of the Byzantine era that has lasted for over 1000 years. The translation of Pantocrator…

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St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image comes in a gold wood frame and is available in three sizes. 8x10…

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St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image comes in a gold wood frame and is available in three sizes. 8x10…

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St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image comes in a gold wood frame and is available in three sizes. 8x10…

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Vision of St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image by Veronese depicts St. Helen's vision to build up the church of…

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Vision of St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image by Veronese depicts St. Helen's vision to build up the church of…

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Vision of St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image by Veronese depicts St. Helen's vision to build up the church of…

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Vision of St. Helen w/ Gold Frame

St. Helen, the mother of Constantine, went to Palestine where she found the True Cross. She built Churches in Bethlehem, Egypt, the Mount of Olives, and Mount Calvary, and died in Palestine during these activities. This image by Veronese depicts St. Helen's vision to build up the church of…

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The Church Rocks: A History of the Catholic Church for Kids and Their Parents and Teachers

…and entertain everyone. Hill starts with the very beginnings of Christianity and goes on to the troubles of the early Church, the conversion of Constantine, the "days of danger" of the fifth-century persecutions, the mystery of the Dark Ages, the Great Schism, the different popes, saints,…

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The Queen and the Cross: The Story of St. Helen

…Helen's thrilling life! Contains an opening hymn and prayer Includes a brief biography of Saint Helen following the legend Mentions the locations where the true cross exists today Concludes with a quote from Emperor Constantine's letter to Bishop Macarius 6.25 x 7 inches 40 pages Hardcover

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Today is the #feastday of the Empress St...

Today is the #feastday of the Empress St. Helen, mother of Constantine the Great. At the age of 80 she was entrusted with the holy mission of traveling to Jerusalem to find the actual life-giving Cross on which Our Savior died. Read the story of her discovery at the link!

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Today is the #FeastDay of the Exaltation...

…mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, went to Jerusalem in search of the actual locations where the events of Jesus' life took place. She found the True Cross which immediately became an object of veneration for the Church, as evidenced by today's feast. Constantine built a basilica on Calvary…

Today is the #feastday of St. Helen (d. ...

Today is the #feastday of St. Helen (d. ...

…and their son Constantine was born in c. 272. Constantius divorced her in c. 293 to marry Emperor Maximian's daughter. When Constantine became emperor, St. Helen was given the imperial title “Augusta” and was treated like royalty by her son. After legalizing Christianity, Constantine sent Helen, who…

Today is the #feastday of St. Helen (d. ...

Today is the #feastday of St. Helen (d. ...

Today is the #feastday of St. Helen (d. 327), mother of Constantine. After legalizing Christianity across the Roman Empire, Constantine sent Helen, who had converted to Christianity late in life, to the Holy Land in search of the True Cross of Christ. Helen questioned local Christians and Jews and…

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

…Christendom's earliest basilica, celebrated by the entire Church. It marks the dedication, in 324 A.D., of the cathedral church of Rome after Constantine's Edict of Milan granted religious freedom to Christians. It's the oldest and ranks first among the four Papal Basilicas, and is the official…

Today is the feast of the Dedication of ...

Today is the feast of the Dedication of ...

…Christendom's earliest basilica, celebrated by the entire Church. It marks the dedication, in 324 A.D., of the cathedral church of Rome after Constantine's Edit of Milan granted religious freedom to Christians. It's the oldest and ranks first among the four Papal Basilicas and is the official…

#ChurchBeauty Today, November 9th, is th...

#ChurchBeauty Today, November 9th, is th...

…feast of the Dedication of the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome. It marks the dedication, in 324 A.D., of the cathedral church of Rome after Constantine's Edict of Milan granted religious freedom to Christians. It is the oldest and ranks first among the four Papal Basilicas, and is the official…

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

…Christendom's earliest basilica, celebrated by the entire Church. It marks the dedication, in 324 A.D., of the cathedral church of Rome after Constantine's Edict of Milan granted religious freedom to Christians. It's the oldest and ranks first among the four Papal Basilicas, and is the official…

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

Today is the #feastday of the Dedication...

…Christendom's earliest basilica, celebrated by the entire Church. It marks the dedication, in 324 A.D., of the cathedral church of Rome after Constantine's Edict of Milan granted religious freedom to Christians. The Church was able to move from celebrating Mass secretly in the underground catacombs…

St. Helena and Her Love for The Cross

…Emperor Constantius Chlorus, and their son Constantine was born in c. 272. Constantius, rising in the ranks of the Roman Empire, divorced Helen in c. 293 in order to marry Emperor Maximian's daughter for the sake of political gain. When their son Constantine became Roman Emperor in place of his…

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