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1712 – Born in Frankfurt, Germany on the 31st of December, the fourth child of Brauers Johann Konrad Peter Böhler and his wife Antonetta Elisabetha. Moravian religious leader. 1831 – Attended school in Frankfurt, and went to the University of Jena. 1737 – His first official act as bishop, Count von Zinzendorf ordained Böhler to ..

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923 – Saint Bernard of Menthon was born in the Château de Menthon, Savoy.          – St. Bernard founded a monastery and hospice at the highest point of the pass. 962 – The pass came to bear his name.          – He established another hospice on the Little St. Bernard Pass. 1008 – ..

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1844 – Bernadette Soubirous is a French saint was born 7th of January. 1858 – Returned to Lourdes to attend the free school run by the Sisters of Charity and Christian Instruction.          – On 11th of February Bernadette had an experience that forever changed her life and the town of Lourdes where she lived. ..

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Basil the Great is a Greek saint and church father. Went to Constantinople and spent four or five years there and at Athens, where he had Gregory Nazianzu. 365 – He was ordained presbyter of the Church at Caesarea. 370 – Eusebius, bishop of Caesarea, died, and Basil was chosen to succeed him. – Basil ..

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1670 – Born on the 16th of October at Rajouri in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir. 1708 – Guru Gobind Singh, who had come to the Deccan along with the Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah, happened to go to Madho Das’ hut while hunting. Madho Das was away. 1709 – At Sonepat, fifty kilometres ..

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354 AD – He was born on the 13th day of November this year in Tagaste, Algeria.   365 AD – He was sent to school at Madaurus, a small Numidian city about 19 miles south of Tagaste.   383 AD – He moved to Rome, where he believed the best and brightest rhetoricians practiced. ..

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354 – Born on November 13th in Tagaste, a town of Numidia, now Souk-Ahras in Algeria. St. Augustine is one of the four great fathers of the Latin Church. 383 – Augustine now returned for a second time to Carthage, where he devoted himself zealously to work and migrated to Rome. 386 – The conversion ..

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1920 – Born on October 19th in Roha, near Mumbai, India. Dadaji, the founder of the Swadhyay Movement (Parivar). – He triggered off a socio-economic revolution of sorts with this Swadhyaya movement—which continues to carry his good work forward. – He became founder and leader of the Bhagavad Gita-based self-study known as swadhyaya, a movement ..

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