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Blessed Imelda Lambertini

RenГ©e C. T. Zeller

Blessed Imelda Lambertini

virgin of the Dominican Order

by RenГ©e C. T. Zeller

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Published by Sands & co. in London, Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lambertini, Imelda, -- 1321-1333

  • Edition Notes

    Statementfrom the French of Renée Zeller, with a preface by W. Roche, S.J.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 p. :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16553753M

      Blessed Imelda was born in in Bologna, Italy, to the very wealthy Count Igano Lambertini and Castora Galuzzi. She was an only child and grew up going to mass frequently with her family. From a very early age she was very devout. Imelda learned from the example of her mother to care for the poor of their town. Bologna, Italy: Shrine of Blessed Immelda Lambertini. About Blessed Immelda Lambertini: Hers is an amazing story: at the very young age of 9, she entered a cloistered order of had expressed a great desire to receive the Eucharist; however, at that time, the Church prohibited anyone under the age of 14 from receiving Holy Communion.

    Blessed Imelda's School, Taipei, Taiwan. likes. High School/5(99). Get this from a library! Her dream came true; the life of Blessed Imelda Lambertini,. [Daughters of St. Paul.] -- Relates the experience of Imelda Lambertini, fourteenth-century Italian nun, whose request to receive communion was finally granted under unusual circumstances.

      Imelda Lambertini, at age eleven, died of ecstasy just moments after receiving Jesus; she was at peace; her mission in this life was completed. The story of this blessed is an interesting one. Still, for a young child, learning about Imelda’s deep desire to receive Holy Communion might cause some fear, as this is the age that many children. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Patron Saint of First Communicants: The Story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini by Mary F. Windeatt (, Paperback, Reprint) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(1).


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Blessed Imelda Lambertini by RenГ©e C. T. Zeller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Blessed Imelda Lambertini () Feast day - May 12 Patron of a fervent First Holy Communion. Blessed Imelda offers a charming study in child sanctity. It was on the occasion of her fifth birthday that Imelda asked her pious parents if she also could receive communion.

She already possessed a love of Christ, but she was far too young. Patron Saint of First Communicants: The Story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini (Stories of the Saints for Young People Ages 10 to ) Paperback – January 1, by Mary Fabyan Windeatt (Author) out of 5 stars 18 ratings. See all 3 formats and editions.

Hide other formats and editions. $ Read with Our Free App/5(18). Blessed Imelda Lambertini was born in Bologna, Italy in the early fourteenth century, into a well known family. Her father was a Count, a title reserved for noble families. His name was Count Egano Lambertini and he was a rich, powerful and courageous man.

The patroness of fervent first communion, Blessed Imelda, came from one of the oldest families in Bologna; her father was Count Igano Lambertini and her mother was Castora Galuzzi. Even as a tiny child she showed unusual piety, taking delight in.

I liked this book a lot It is the wonderful story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini who got to receive her First Communion when she was only 11 years old.

flag 1 like Like see review Michelle rated it it was amazing/5. Little Imelda Lambertini would not have given us a theological treatise on devotion to the Holy Eucharist.

She would simply have told us of Jesus’ love in the Sacrament, and then suggest that we learn to know Him there, as she did. Dominican tradition tells us that Imelda Lambertini was born of a noble family in Bologna, Italy in   The feast day of Blessed Imelda Lambertini is celebrated on May 12 th.

She is the patroness of First Communicants and of making a holy, fervent First Communion. Her purity of heart is a beautiful reminder that, to be truly happy, we must love and desire God above all things.

Blessed Imelda's incorrupt body is kept in Bologna, Italy, at the. Imelda Lambertini of Bologna was born in to an extremely pious family. She learned how to read from the Psalter, and with her mother's guidance, she cared for the neighborhood's poor. Used the InShot App. Source: Mary Fabyan Windeatt's book, "Patron Saint of First Communicants" Blessed Imelda Lambertini - Duration: Divinity Motionviews.

Gifts were piled high for 5-year-old Imelda's birthday. Imelda was delighted, but still she asked, "I was wondering if I could have just one more present." "Greedy girl!" laughed her father. Unfortunately, her parents could not give her this one present/5.

Coloring Book: The Story of Imelda Lambertini (Coloring Storybooks) [Herald Entertainment] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This beautifully illustrated colouring book that depicts the life of Blessed Imelda Lambertini is designed to strengthen the Faith of young children and create in them the same deep desire for receiving Our Lord in the Blessed Eucharist as 5/5(3).

Blessed Imelda was born in in Bologna, Italy, to the very wealthy Count Igano Lambertini and Castora Galuzzi. She was an only child and grew up going to Mass frequently with her family. From an early age she was very devout. Imelda learned from the example of her mother to care for the poor of their town.

On Blessed Imelda knelt in prayer and the tabernacle opened and Our Lord, under the appearance of bread, came out to meet little Imelda. One of the sisters saw the miracle and she ran to tell the priest who gave Blessed Imelda her First Holy Communion.

Imelda spent so many hours in thanksgiving that a sister had to be sent to fetch her. Blessed Imelda was born in Bologna, Italy aboutof the family of the Lambertini’s - a family name distinguished for both the nobility and piety of its members.

For many ages, the Lambertini name held a certain distinction and notoriety. In fact, one of this illustrious line became the great Pope, Benedict XIV.

Preview of "The Story of Blessed Imelda", from Brother Francis Episode 2, "The Bread of Life". Imelda Lambertini was one of those chosen as God’s messenger.

And she began doing God’s work when she was only five years old. Imelda was born in Bologna in the year and was an only child. Her father, Count Egano Lambertini and.

Title: Patron Saint of First Communicants: The Story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini By: Mary Fabyan Windeatt Illustrated By: Gedge Harmon Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 96 Vendor: TAN Books Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 5 ounces ISBN: X ISBN Series: Stories of the Saints for Young People Pages: #N#Glory Stories CD Vol 1: St.

Juan Diego & Our Lady of Guadalupe PLUS Blessed Imelda. Also available for download. #N#View quantity discounts. #N#Grace in North Carolina told us: "My seven-year old listens to this as a bedtime story, and the other night she came down in her nightgown to say, 'Mom, can we go to daily Mass more?' Thank, Blessed 5/5(28).

This true story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini's devotion to God and the miracle of her First Holy Communion is sure to get children excited about their own. Need help. Call Get this from a library. Patron saint of first communicants: the story of blessed Imelda Lambertini.

[Mary Fabyan Windeatt; Gedge Harmon] -- The wonderful story of how little Imelda came to be the Patroness of First Communicants. Let the Children Come to Me - The Story of Blessed Imelda Lambertini (Patroness of First Communicants): This moving story teaches children about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist through the miraculous story of this little Italian girl.

Allow your children to be inspired by these stories of the lives of the saints.5/5(1).Blessed Imelda's School, Taipei, Taiwan, is the oldest Catholic school in Taiwan, established in by the Dominican school is named after Blessed Imelda Lambertini, a 14th century Dominican sister.

[citation needed]History. Blessed Imelda's girls' school opened on Apwith financial support from the Apostolic Prefect of Taiwan and from the Holy Rosary Established: ; years ago.BLESSED IMELDA LAMBERTINI. Bl. Imelda Lambertini (–) was born to a noble and devout family in Bologna, Italy.

As a child she developed a great love for prayer, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and the Holy Eucharist. She spent much of her time in the Dominican monastery praying with the nuns, and at nine years of age requested to enter.