“Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever Do noble things, not dream them all day long And so make life, and death, and that For Ever One grand...”
Daily Thoughts, selected from the writings of Charles Kingsley by his wife, 2nd edition. London: Macmillan and Co., 1885.
And Enoch walked with God. Genesis 5:24 KJV. We read in the New Testament a little more of the character of Enoch...
Death of Eustathius I (aka Jevstatije), the sixth Serbian archbishop. He will be commemorated as a saint.Authority for the date: Wikipedia.
Execution by fire of Hans Bret, a young Anabaptist Protestant in Antwerp. He had been tortured for months in an attempt to force him to deny his faith but kept such a bold testimony his persecutors clamped and seared his tongue so that he could not preach to the crowd when taken to the stake.Authority for the date: http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/hans_bret_d._1577
Death of Mother Elizabeth Bayley Seton, first native-born American canonized by the Catholic church. She had founded the American Sisters of Charity and was behind the present system of Catholic parochial schools.Authority for the date: Standard encyclopedias.
Presbyterian clergyman Peter Marshall is elected chaplain of the United States Senate. He will die two years later and his wife will write his biography, A Man Called Peter, which will be made into a major motion picture.Authority for the date: Standard encyclopedias.
The Catholic Hour airs for the first time over NBC television.Authority for the date: http://www.tv.com/shows/the-catholic-hour/forums/
Death of T. S. Eliot, the most influential English poet of the twentieth century, who had converted to Christianity and joined the Church of England.Authority for the date: Standard encyclopedias.
Anosisye Mwansombelo Jongo is elected bishop in Tanzania’s Moravian Church after years of leadership, often despite serious opposition. He had been the first black African elected by the Moravians as a superintendent in the province of Southern Tanzania.Authority for the date: Dictionary of African Christian Biography.