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Saint Josephine Bakhita Feb 8

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breski1 February 07, 2008 Josephine Bakhita (c. 1869 – February 8, 1947) was a Sudanese-born former slave who became a Roman Catholic Canossian nun in Italy, living and working there for 45 years… 더보기

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Josefina Margarete Bakita (Bakhita)
Gedenktag katholisch: 8. Februar

Name bedeutet:
Gott hat hinzugefügt (hebr.)

Nonne
Darfur im Sudan
† 8. Februar 1947 in Schio bei Vicenza in Italien
* um 1870 in der Provinz

Bakitas Vater war der Bruder eines Stammesfürsten, er hatte sechs Kinder. Als kleines Kind wurde sie zusammen mit ihrer Freundin von arabischen Sklavenhändlern geraubt; die Sklavenhän… 더보기
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FEBRUARY 8, 2011
DAILY PRAYER WITH REGNUM CHRISTI
TRUE WORSHIP
February 8, 2011
Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Ordinary Time
Mark 7:1-13
Now when the Pharisees with some scribes who had come from Jerusalem
gathered around him, they observed that some of his disciples ate
their meals with unclean, that is, unwashed, hands. [For the
Pharisees and, in fact, all Jews, do not eat without caref… 더보기
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Josephine Bakhita (c. 1869 – February 8, 1947) was a Sudanese-born former slave who became a Roman Catholic Canossian nun in Italy, living and working there for 45 years. In 2000, she was declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.

Early life
Early details about Bakhita are not fully known. She was born to a locally important family, probably in Olgossa, a village in the western Sudanes… 더보기
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For many years, Josephine Bakhita was a slave but her spirit was always free and eventually that spirit prevailed. Born in Olgossa in the Darfur region of southern Sudan, Josephine was kidnapped at the age of seven, sold into slavery and given the name Bakhita, which means fortunate. She was re-sold several times, finally in 1883 to Callisto Legnani, Italian consul in Khartoum, Sudan. Two years … 더보기