In writing Fabiola (or Church of the Catacombs), Cardinal Wiseman recalls the memory of one of the cruelest persecutions in the history of the Church with. Fabiola has ratings and 24 reviews. and the story is a shameless piece of evangelism; Cardinal Wiseman acknowledges this in the Preface to I first read. Results 1 – 30 of 51 Fabiola or the Church of the Catacombs (aka – A Tale of the catacombes) by Cardinal Wiseman and a great selection of related books.

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Excellent work by Cardinal Wiseman. Clean 18 – Temptation. Clean 46 – The Second Crown. Maria Therese Meta Coordinator: Clean 48 – The Same Day: Patron Saints of Education. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Clean 21 – The Cemeteries. Kenedy and Sons which was a retelling by Eddie Doherty. If not, still you carrinal an idea of all the places and events and a desire will be instilled in to visit the holy places mentioned.

Feb 26, John Larson mic rated it it was amazing. Clean 38 – Twofold Revenge. The dialogue is clunky and scenes sloppily constructed. See all 15 reviews.


Wiseman wrote Fabiola in part wiesman an answer to the book Hypatiawritten by the Anglican Charles Kingsley. Oct 24, Aritina Bradin is currently reading it.

Two exceptions are the characters of Fabiola and of the blind beggar girl Caecilia, Syra’s friend and fellow Christian; though they do bear saints’ names, are not identical with Saint Fabiola who lived later and Saint Cecilia whose legend is very different from Caecilia’s story in the novel. It leaves a permanent mental picture cardina the Early C Not half as popular as it deserves!

Fabiola: Or, The Church of the Catacombs

English Choose a language for shopping. The story thus constantly stresses the close-knit community of the early Christians, their love for each other, their solidarity strong sense of communion. Clean 16 – The Month of October. The novel was mainly aimed at the embattled Catholic minority in England, who had recently emerged from a half-illegal status the Catholic hierarchy in England had been re-established only in Open Preview See a Problem?

Woven into this fictitious story are a number of martyrdom accounts of real-life Christian saints, including Saint Agnes, Saint Tarcisius and Saint Sebastian.

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In writing Fabiola or Church of the CatacombsCardinal Wiseman recalls the memory of one of the cruelest persecutions in the history of the Church with accounts from the lives and heroic martyrdoms of such glorious saints as Agnes, Sebastian, Pancratius and others. The heroine of the book is Fabiola, a young beauty from wseman noble Roman family.


This page was last edited on 19 Novemberat This was an absolutely amazing book!!!!! You feel proud of your Faith. Return to Book Page. Inhe became the first Archbishop of the newly erected Diocese of Westminster, and a Cardinal.

He has wrote about the roman emporium who gabiola introduced a few tribune to become Christian.

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Book Summary: Fabiola

She is spoiled by her father Fabius, who cannot deny her anything. The teacher needs to encourage them to persevere. I couldn’t finish it this time.

In this novel, the saints and martyrs whom we venerate come alive. Sobering to read that those Christians and probably persecuted Christians today were teaching each other how to be tortured and die faithfully for Christ. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. As they rejoice walking towards the Coliseum to face the wild animals, you rejoice with them.

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