Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Blessed James of Strepar – Saint of the Day – October 20

Blessed James of Strepar Biography

Blessed James of Strepar Profile. Born: 1350 AD in Poland, Europe. Worked in France. Died: 1 June 1411 in Lviv, Poland. Feast Day is celebrated on October 20.

The Memorial of Blessed James of Strepar – Saint of the Day

Blessed James of Strepar Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Date of Birth 1350 AD
Country of Birth Poland in Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Blesseds who were Deacons
Profession Missionary
Place of Work France
Date of Death 1 June 1411
Place of Death Lviv, Poland
Feast Day October 20
Beatification Beatified by Pope Pius VI on 1791
Canonization Canonized by N/A
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Blessed James of Strepar Biography

Blessed James of Strepar was also known as the protector of the Kingdom. He was Destined to the Polish nobility. Franciscan. A watchman of the Franciscan friary in Lviv, Poland. Guarded beggar ministers from assaults by the mainstream ministry. Was particularly near the Orthodox people group in the territory, and attempted to diminish pressures among them and Catholic Christians.

Vicar-general of Franciscan missions in western Russia, he worked and minister to revive the unwavering, and elevated commitment to Mary. Helped sorted out the Travelers for Christ c.1360, a gathering of Franciscan and Dominican ministers who lived and voyager together to direct area missions. Ecclesiastical overseer of Halicz, Galacia in 1392; he served for a long time, at the same time proceeding to wear his Franciscan propensity, travel by walking, and live as a monk.

He assembled religious houses, schools, emergency clinics and places of worship, and carried Polish ministers to his bishopric to staff his new establishments. Worked with the Polish parliament on commonsense, mainstream matters to improve the part of the general population.

Bl. James of Strepar
Bl. James of Strepar