IN TODAY’S LIVE OF THE SAINTS AND MARTYRS, A CAPUCHIN WHO IS A DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

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Winchester, VA – Caesare de Rossi was born in the year 1559 in Naples and joined the Capuchins at Verona at sixteen, taking the name Lawrence. Having completed extensive higher studies he was assigned to work on converting the Jews and combating Lutheranism. Lawrence raised a victorious army among German rulers to fight the Turks, who were on the verge of conquering Hungary. He was Vicar General of the Capuchins and a peacemaker in multiple royal disputes. The bulk of his writings is contained in nine volumes of sermons. He is doctor of the Church. Saint Lawrence died in 1619 after making a trip to the King of Lisbon in the sweltering summer heat. Saint Lawrence of Brindisi, pray for us!


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