A second church on the site was ordered by Theodosius II (r. 402–450), who inaugurated it on 10 October 415. The Notitia Urbis Constantinopolitanae, a fifth-century list of monuments, names Hagia Sophia as Magna Ecclesia, 'Great Church', while the former cathedral Hagia Irene is referred to as Ecclesia Antiqua, 'Old Church'.
Holy Cross Cemetery was established in 1915 to meet the needs of Catholic families. By its name, the Catholic church recognizes the universal symbol for Christianity, the sign of Redemption, the Holy Cross. Rather than being the sign of suffering and death, the Holy Cross now assures that death has been replaced with life, eternal life.
The highlight of the Holy Land Pilgrimage Tour will be in Jerusalem where you will pray in the Garden of Gethsemane and experience the Lord’s Passion along the Via Dolorosa, (the Way of the Cross) on the way to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre which marks the place where Jesus was put to death on Calvary, and was buried and rose again!
Maryrest Cemetery (Outside) Virtual Tour Green Burial in the Catholic Tradition Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark is pleased to present New Jersey’s first Catholic Natural/Green Burial Section at Maryrest Cemetery in Mahwah, NJ.
There are many resources and pictures available on the internet for you to have a virtual tour. * Basilica Shrine of Our Lady of Knock, Ireland * Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel * Ephesus, Turkey (Final Home of the The Blessed Virgin Mary) * Fatima, Portugal * Lourdes, France * Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina * Mt. Sinai, Egypt
Dec 18, 2017 · The Holy Relics of the Diocese of Covington. Year of St. Joseph parish patron. General Assembly update. Cathedral reopens for visitors and private prayer ‘We Choose Life’ TMU Saints for Life. Holy Week. VIRTUS – April is an open month
Oct 09, 2021 · October 16, 2021 - 2:00pm Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem (Eastern Lieutenancy) Investiture & Promotion Mass October 16, 2021 - 8:00am Saturday of the Twenty-eighth Week in Ordinary Time