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Saint Stephen of Hungary, the Apostolic King

August 16th, is the Optional Memorial of Saint Stephen, (977-1038) the first King of Hungary. He was born the son of Duke Geza, a Magyar chieftain, and Duchess Sarolt. Two years before his birth, his mother received a vision in which the Church's fir...
by BIG C CATHOLICS on Aug 16, 2016

MISSILE CRISIS DAY 6

JFK+50:  Volume 5, No. 1750JFK PREPARES SPEAK TO NATION ON RESPONSE TO SOVIET MISSILES IN CUBAWashington, D.C. (JFK+50) Fifty-three years ago today, Sunday, October 21, 1962, President John F. Kennedy, instead of spending his traditional we...
by JFK+50 on Oct 21, 2015

3 churches and a basilica: Exploring Bandra’s Christian heritage

It’s a little before 7 on a muggy Saturday morning in March earlier this year. At Bandra’s Basilica of Our Lady of The Mount, otherwise known as Mount Mary, the morning service is in progress. The stalls outside the Basilica … Conti...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 30, 2014

3 churches and a basilica: Exploring Bandra’s Christian heritage

It’s a little before 7 on a muggy Saturday morning in March earlier this year. At Bandra’s Basilica of Our Lady of The Mount, otherwise known as Mount Mary, the morning service is in progress. The stalls outside the Basilica … Conti...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 30, 2014

the prettiest church in bandra

Just across the road from where I stay is a quaint, whitewashed 19th Century Protestant Church with red shutters, exquisite stained glass windows, and wooden rafters holding up the ceiling. Just across the road is a little bit of England. … Con...

empress sisi’s vienna – today

“I am a seagull, of no land, I call no shore my home, I am bound to no place, I fly from wave to wave.” ~ Empress Elisabeth of Austria aka Sisi (1837-1898) A fervent traveler, the Empress of Austria … Continue reading →...

Delhi Universities TOP 10 college List Rank wise www.du.ac.in

Delhi Universities TOP 10 college List Rank wise www.du.ac.in Delhi universities have total  81 college in North and south campus.student searching for DU top 10 science college,DU top 10 science college,DU top 10 Arts college,DU top 10 Commerce col...
by msgresults on Jun 12, 2014

It's Boxing Day and or St.Stephen's Day

                 What is Boxing day you ask? Well it's this It is also about ST.STEPHEN  why is there a St Stephen's Day you ask? well here's why...
by Golch Central's Rambling Stuff on Dec 26, 2013

Culture and clubbing – my 18 year old daughter hits the town in Budapest

In this article, my daughter shares some of the things she enjoyed on a short break to Budapest, seen through the eyes of an 18 year old. Of course Sophie-Anne and her friend Emma spent their evenings partying and clubbing but they also managed to fi...
by Heather on her travels on Nov 23, 2013

Top 5 attractions of Vienna

Vienna is a beautiful city in Austria. Vienna has been the centre of tourist attraction since many years. There are number of places that one can see and enjoy. It has beautiful monuments, churches, historical constructions, museums and many more. Vi...
by Best Travel Deals on Sep 20, 2013

Pay As You Wish? Smack Me Amadeus!

On my first trip to Vienna, I learned about a restaurant that sounded too good to be true. The restaurant, Der Wiener Deewan, serves buffet-style Pakistani food – to my taste buds and olfactory perception – no discernible difference betw...
by Mike Tends To Travel on Jun 17, 2013

Pay As You Wish? Smack Me Amadeus!

On my first trip to Vienna, I learned about a restaurant that sounded too good to be true. The restaurant, Der Wiener Deewan, serves buffet-style Pakistani food – to my taste buds and olfactory perception – no discernible difference betw...
by Mike Tends To Travel on Jun 17, 2013

48 Hours in Budapest – top things to see on a spring break – video

Last time I was in Budapest it was summertime, with thunderstorms threatening to crack the warm humidity and we took the children to watch the Hungarian folk dancing for the St Stephen’s day festival. This time I was back in February with a bre...
by Heather on her travels on May 7, 2013

Hibernian Days & A Demo at the Hibernian Club on St. Stephen’s Green

Hibernian Days Hibernian Days 60x60cm oil on canvas €1450 Demo at the Hibernian Club on St. Stephen’s Green Last Tuesday evening I was invited to one of Dublin’s most exclusive private members club’s to give a painting demonstrati...
by every other day paintings on Mar 12, 2013

Prints For Sale: St. Stephen's Church, Te Araroa in 1987

This print is identical to my original drawing done for my book 'New Zealand Odyssey'.Size of image is approx. 21 cm x 31 cm.Price is $NZ 51.00 inc. urban p. and p. in NZ.Please contact me at donovan@ihug.co.nz or 09 4159 701.© DON DONOVAN. donovan@...
by Don Donovan's World on Feb 26, 2013

Prints For Sale: Hiona St. Stephen the Martyr Church, Opotiki

This print is identical to my original drawing that appeared in my book 'Country Churches of New Zealand'.Size of image is approx. 25 cm x 30 cm.Price is $NZ 51.00 inc. urban p. and p. in NZ.Please contact me at donovan@ihug.co.nz or 09 4159 701.© D...
by Don Donovan's World on Feb 22, 2013

2012 February – Singapore Day 2: St Stephen Church and Sentosa Day

It is always nice to start any Sunday with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist. It’s also extra special if you get to visit a new church outside your own country. It was our chance to see how mass is celebrated in Singapore by fellow Catholics. W...
by Kathleen's Daily Musings on Feb 20, 2013

It’s finally arrived!!!!

Have you ever waited & waited for something to arrive only to really lose heart & believe it’s never going to arrive? I was asked by a dear friend if I had “got a parcel from her yet?” My reply “No sorry, you know I wo...
by Always Be A Friend on Jan 12, 2013

Devotion for the First Day of Christmas 2012

Many people think the Twelve Days of Christmas are before Christmas Day, but they are actually the days between Christmas, the birth of Jesus, and the Epiphany, the Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, the Visit of the Wise Men. This year I’...

The Pearl of the Danube: Budapest

Budapest is called The Pearl of the Danube for a reason. The city possesses some aristocratic appeal that combines with the beauty of the river that divides Budapest in two. The number of museums and tourism attractions in the city is countless. Gett...
by Europe City Guide on Feb 17, 2012


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