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lourdes

lourdes Sentence Examples

  • Under faith healing in a wider sense may be included (I) the cures in the temples of Aesculapius and other deities in the ancient world; (2) the practice of touching for the king's evil, in vogue from the 11th to the 18th century; (3) the cures of Valentine Greatrakes, the "Stroker" (1629-1683); and (4) the miracles of Lourdes, and other resorts of pilgrims, among which may be mentioned St Winifred's Well in Flintshire, Treves with its Holy Coat, the grave of the Jansenist F.

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  • 160-209, on the miracles of Lourdes, with bibliography; A.

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  • Lourdes is divided into an old and a new town by the Gave de Pau, which at this point leaves the valley of Argeles and turns abruptly to the west.

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  • Lourdes is divided into an old and a new town by the Gave de Pau, which at this point leaves the valley of Argeles and turns abruptly to the west.

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  • To its curative powers many crutches and ex voto objects, hung round the well, as in the Lourdes Grot, bear ample witness.

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  • Among its institutions are the Ferguson Library (1882; with 16,000 volumes in 1909), several private schools, a Y.M.C.A., the Stamford Hospital (private, 1893), two private sanatoria, the Convent of our Lady of Lourdes, St John's Church House, a day nursery (1902), with dispensary and kindergarten, and the Stamford Children's Home (1895).

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  • LOURDES, a town of south-western France in the department of Hautes-Pyrenees, at the foot of the Pyrenees, 12 m.

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  • The present fame of Lourdes is entirely associated with this grotto, where the Virgin Mary is believed in the Roman Catholic world to have revealed herself repeatedly to a peasant girl named Bernadette Soubirous in 1858.

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  • Lourdes is a fortified place of the second class; and is the seat of the tribunal of first instance of the arrondissement of Arge]es.

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  • The origin of Lourdes is uncertain.

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  • Since the visions of Bernadette Soubirous, their authentication by a commission of enquiry appointed by the bishop of Tarbes, and the authorization by the pope of the cult of Our Lady of Lourdes, the quarter on the left bank of the Gave has sprung up and it is estimated that 600,000 pilgrims annually visit the town.

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  • Several religious communities have been named after Our Lady of Lourdes.

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  • Of these one, consisting of sisters of the third order of St Francis, called the Congregation of Our Lady of Lourdes (founded 1877), has its headquarters in Rochester, Minnesota.

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  • Another, the Order of Our Lady of Lourdes, was founded in 1883 for work in the archdiocese of New Orleans.

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  • Mares, Lourdes et ses environs (Bordeaux, 1894); Fourcade, L'Apparition de la grotte de Lourdes (Paris, 1862) and L'Apparition consideree au point de vue de fart chretien (Bordeaux, 1862); Boissarie, Lourdes, histoire medicale (Paris, 1891); Bertrin, Hist.

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  • critique des evenements de Lourdes (2nd ed., Paris, 1905), written under authority of the bishop of Tarbes; H.

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  • Lasserre, Miraculous Episodes of Lourdes (London, 1884, tr.); R.

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  • Clarke, Lourdes and its Miracles (ib., 1889) and Medical Testimony to the Miracles (ib., 1892); D.

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  • Barbe, Lourdes hier, aujourd'hui, demain (Paris, 1893 Eng.

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  • Gasquet, The Cures at Lourdes (London, 1895); Les Pelerinages de Lourdes.

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  • Cantiques, insignes, costumes (Lourdes, 1897); W.

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  • Leschner, The Origin of Lourdes (London, 1900).

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  • Zola's Lourdes (Paris, 1894), a criticism from the sceptical point of view, in the form of a realistic novel, has called forth many replies from the Catholic side.

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  • The city has a public library (1865), and is the seat of St John's School and the Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes (both Roman Catholic), of a state hospital for the insane (1878), originally planned (1877) as an inebriate asylum, liquor dealers being taxed for its erection, and of St Mary's Hospital (1889), a famous institution founded and maintained by the Sisters of St Francis.

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  • La Salette in Dauphine (1846), and more particularly Lourdes (1858) in the department of Hautes Pyrenees - but the numbers once more attained a height which enables them to compete with the medieval figures.

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  • The dedication of the church of Lourdes, in 1876, took place in the presence of 30 bishops, 3000 priests and roo,000 pilgrims. In 1877 the number rose to 250,000; and similar statistics are given of the German and Austrian devotional resorts.

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  • And, quite apart from their political colouring, such attempts to meet the devotional tastes of the masses as the miracles of Lourdes, or the modern French religious press, lie well within the range of criticism.

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  • There are Catholic academies at Boise and Coeur d'Alene and a convent, Our Lady of Lourdes, at Wallace, Shoshone county, opened in 1905; Mormon schools at Paris (Bear Lake county), Preston (Oneida county), Rexburg (Fremont county), and Oakley (Cassia county); a Methodist Episcopal school (1906) at Weiser (Washington county); and a Protestant Episcopal school at Boise (1892).

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  • Zola also wrote a series of three romances on cities, Lourdes, Rome, Paris (1894-98), novels on the "gospels" of population (Fecondite) and work (Travail), a volume of plays, and several volumes of criticism, .and other things.

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  • A stunningly beautiful, asymmetric crystal came from the fountain of Lourdes in France.

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  • diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes 24 th - 29 th July.

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  • The lunch is in aid of the Fund to send young helpers to Lourdes where they attend the sick pilgrims.

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  • diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes 24 th - 29 th July.

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  • All the pilgrims in Lourdes are invited to come together for a torchlight procession, singing along.

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  • With regard to the much publicized happenings at Lourdes among the Roman Catholics, they will not consider any possibility of facts at all.

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  • They are copies of those sold in souvenir shops in Lourdes, but they have been painted an acidic yellow.

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  • Sometimes there seem to be surgical cases, like that of a man who had a spear-head extracted from his jaw, and found it laid in his hands when he awoke in the morning, and there are many examples resembling those known at the present day at Lourdes or Tenos, where hysterical or other similar affections are cured by the influence of imagination or sudden emotion.

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  • To its curative powers many crutches and ex voto objects, hung round the well, as in the Lourdes Grot, bear ample witness.

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  • Under faith healing in a wider sense may be included (I) the cures in the temples of Aesculapius and other deities in the ancient world; (2) the practice of touching for the king's evil, in vogue from the 11th to the 18th century; (3) the cures of Valentine Greatrakes, the "Stroker" (1629-1683); and (4) the miracles of Lourdes, and other resorts of pilgrims, among which may be mentioned St Winifred's Well in Flintshire, Treves with its Holy Coat, the grave of the Jansenist F.

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  • 160-209, on the miracles of Lourdes, with bibliography; A.

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  • Among its institutions are the Ferguson Library (1882; with 16,000 volumes in 1909), several private schools, a Y.M.C.A., the Stamford Hospital (private, 1893), two private sanatoria, the Convent of our Lady of Lourdes, St John's Church House, a day nursery (1902), with dispensary and kindergarten, and the Stamford Children's Home (1895).

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  • LOURDES, a town of south-western France in the department of Hautes-Pyrenees, at the foot of the Pyrenees, 12 m.

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  • The present fame of Lourdes is entirely associated with this grotto, where the Virgin Mary is believed in the Roman Catholic world to have revealed herself repeatedly to a peasant girl named Bernadette Soubirous in 1858.

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  • Lourdes is a fortified place of the second class; and is the seat of the tribunal of first instance of the arrondissement of Arge]es.

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  • The origin of Lourdes is uncertain.

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  • Since the visions of Bernadette Soubirous, their authentication by a commission of enquiry appointed by the bishop of Tarbes, and the authorization by the pope of the cult of Our Lady of Lourdes, the quarter on the left bank of the Gave has sprung up and it is estimated that 600,000 pilgrims annually visit the town.

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  • Several religious communities have been named after Our Lady of Lourdes.

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  • Of these one, consisting of sisters of the third order of St Francis, called the Congregation of Our Lady of Lourdes (founded 1877), has its headquarters in Rochester, Minnesota.

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  • Another, the Order of Our Lady of Lourdes, was founded in 1883 for work in the archdiocese of New Orleans.

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  • Mares, Lourdes et ses environs (Bordeaux, 1894); Fourcade, L'Apparition de la grotte de Lourdes (Paris, 1862) and L'Apparition consideree au point de vue de fart chretien (Bordeaux, 1862); Boissarie, Lourdes, histoire medicale (Paris, 1891); Bertrin, Hist.

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  • critique des evenements de Lourdes (2nd ed., Paris, 1905), written under authority of the bishop of Tarbes; H.

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  • Lasserre, Miraculous Episodes of Lourdes (London, 1884, tr.); R.

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  • Clarke, Lourdes and its Miracles (ib., 1889) and Medical Testimony to the Miracles (ib., 1892); D.

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  • Barbe, Lourdes hier, aujourd'hui, demain (Paris, 1893 Eng.

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  • Gasquet, The Cures at Lourdes (London, 1895); Les Pelerinages de Lourdes.

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  • Cantiques, insignes, costumes (Lourdes, 1897); W.

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  • Leschner, The Origin of Lourdes (London, 1900).

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  • Zola's Lourdes (Paris, 1894), a criticism from the sceptical point of view, in the form of a realistic novel, has called forth many replies from the Catholic side.

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  • Episodes, such as the protection so long extended to the Leo Taxil affair, and to the revelations of Diana Vaughan (the object of which last was to bring Italian freemasonry and its ostensible work, the unity of Italy, into discredit), together with the attitude of the Ultramontane press in the Dreyfus affair, and later towards England, the invigoration of political agitation by the Lourdes celebration and by anti-Semitism, were all manifestations that could not raise the " system " in the estimation of the cultured and civilized world.

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  • The city has a public library (1865), and is the seat of St John's School and the Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes (both Roman Catholic), of a state hospital for the insane (1878), originally planned (1877) as an inebriate asylum, liquor dealers being taxed for its erection, and of St Mary's Hospital (1889), a famous institution founded and maintained by the Sisters of St Francis.

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  • La Salette in Dauphine (1846), and more particularly Lourdes (1858) in the department of Hautes Pyrenees - but the numbers once more attained a height which enables them to compete with the medieval figures.

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  • The dedication of the church of Lourdes, in 1876, took place in the presence of 30 bishops, 3000 priests and roo,000 pilgrims. In 1877 the number rose to 250,000; and similar statistics are given of the German and Austrian devotional resorts.

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  • And, quite apart from their political colouring, such attempts to meet the devotional tastes of the masses as the miracles of Lourdes, or the modern French religious press, lie well within the range of criticism.

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  • There are Catholic academies at Boise and Coeur d'Alene and a convent, Our Lady of Lourdes, at Wallace, Shoshone county, opened in 1905; Mormon schools at Paris (Bear Lake county), Preston (Oneida county), Rexburg (Fremont county), and Oakley (Cassia county); a Methodist Episcopal school (1906) at Weiser (Washington county); and a Protestant Episcopal school at Boise (1892).

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  • Zola also wrote a series of three romances on cities, Lourdes, Rome, Paris (1894-98), novels on the "gospels" of population (Fecondite) and work (Travail), a volume of plays, and several volumes of criticism, .and other things.

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  • Fort Dodge is the seat of Tobin College (420 students in 1907-1908), a commercial and business school, with preparatory, normal and classical departments, and courses in oratory and music; among its other institutions are St Paul's school (Evangelical Lutheran), two Roman Catholic schools, Corpus Christi Academy and the Sacred Heart school, Our Lady of Lourdes convent and a Carnegie library.

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  • They are copies of those sold in souvenir shops in Lourdes, but they have been painted an acidic yellow.

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  • In a recent interview Madonna reveled that her daughter Lourdes is her biggest critic.

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  • Lourdes, from a previous relationship, is now nine, and the couple's son, Rocco, is five.

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  • Lourdes Institute of Wholistic Studies partners with Camden Community College to offer students yoga teacher training among other certifications.

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  • The Lourdes wellness program teaches that spirituality is a component of wellness.

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  • Lourdes Institute is a Catholic institution and believes the certifications offered will enable participants to minister to others through various class offerings.

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  • Our Lady of Lourdes is located in Allegany, New York.

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  • Lourdes Institute of Holistic Studies in Collingswood, NJ, certifies at the 200- and 500-hour level.

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  • A unique feature of the yoga teacher training program at Lourdes Institute is the 16-hour Christian yoga program.

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  • Kennedy Jr., Sandra Bernhard, Michael Jackson, Prince, Carlos Leon (father to her daughter, Lourdes) and Guy Ritchie (current husband and father to son, Rocco).

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