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Trappists. Noted for their austerity of diet and absolute silence.
Opus Dei The organization is sometimes known simply as ‘the Work’. It was founded in Spain in 1928 by a Roman Catholic priest Josemaria Escriva and given final approval in 1950 by Pope Pius XII.
Anabaptists like Amish
CHURCH OF SCOTLAND
The Knights of Columbus For their support for the Church and local communities, as well as for their philanthropic efforts, the Order is often referred to as the “strong right arm of the Church”
The first Sunday after the first full moon after the vernal equinox
The Goliards hey were mainly clerical students at the universities of France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and England who protested the growing contradictions within the Church, such as the failure of the Crusades and financial abuses, expressing themselves through song, poetry and performance
Archbishop of Canterbury
A person who faces his or her death in a Christ-like manner Unlike martyrs, passion-bearers are not explicitly killed for their faith, though they hold to that faith with piety and true love of God. Famous passion bearers include the entire Imperial Family of Russia who were murdered by the Bolsheviks in 1918
ALL SAINTS Day
Devil’s Advocate (advocatus diaboli)
The Seven Sleepers or Seven Sleepers of Ephesus
VATICAN IN ROME
MARY Baker Eddy
MARRIAGE (OR A WEDDING)
The barnacle geese This belief stemmed from the observation that these geese were never seen in summer, when they were supposedly developing underwater (they were actually breeding in remote Arctic regions). The barnacles and the geese shared similar black and white colours, plus a certain type of barnacle looked – with a bit of imagination – like a tiny black and white goose. The geese and the barnacles appeared in different seasons. Though the issue was controversial, it was an important part of medieval cuisine