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life of S. Camillus of Lellis

Sanzio Cicatelli

life of S. Camillus of Lellis

founder of the Clerks Regular, ministers of the sick

by Sanzio Cicatelli

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Published by T. Richardson in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Camillus, -- de Lellis, Saint, -- 1550-1614,
  • Christian saints -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe life of St. Camillus of Lellis, The life of Saint Camillus of Lellis
    Statement[translation from the Italian of Fathers Sanzio Cicatelli and Pantaleone Dolera].
    GenreBiography.
    SeriesSaints and servants of God, Modern saints
    ContributionsDolera, Pantaleone, d. 1737.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4653 S3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20002562M

    CAMILLUS DE LELLIS, ST. Copatron with St. John of God of hospitals, nurses, and the sick, founder of the Order of camillians; b. Bucchianico (Abruzzo), Italy, ; d. Rome, J His mother, Camilla de Compellis, was nearly 60 years old at his birth and died when he was a child. His father, Giovanni, who served as a captain in both the French and Neapolitan armies, neglected. Saint Camillus, you knew the rough life of the soldier, gambler, and wanderer. Because of your experiences, you practiced great empathy for the outcast, the sick, and the dying. Help us to be like you, to translate our empathy into action, and to be motivated primarily by love of God.

    The Life of S. Camillus of Lellis, founder of the clerks regular, ministers of the sick (Book) San Camillo de Lellis e i suoi amici: ordini religiosi e arte tra Rinascimento e Barocco by ordini religiosi e arte tra Rinascimento e Barocco (Conference) S. Camillo de Lellis e i suoi amici (Book). A Soldier Surrenders tells the amazing tale of the conversion of Saint Camillus de Lellis. Inspiring and interesting, this book will not be easily forgotten by its readers. For my own experience, it was a wonderful opportunity to meet a great saint who, I must admit, Id never heard of before/5.

    Each St. Camillus of Lellis Rosary is custom made at time of order. Please allow 3 to 5 business days before shipping. In most cases, the back of the Center can be engraved with a special message (standard engraving charges apply.) These Patron Saint Rosaries are made in the US and come with a lifetime guarantee against tarnishing and breakage. Saint Camillus de Lellis was born in in the Abruzzi region of Italy. He grew to be 6'6" tall and of large stature. When old enough, Camillus went to fight with the Venetians against the Turks.


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Life of S. Camillus of Lellis by Sanzio Cicatelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

CONTENTS. THE LIFE OF ST. CAMILLUS OF LELLIS. BOOK I. The family, the birth, country, and parentage of Camillas 1 II. Early years of Camillas. A wound comes in his right leg. He makes a vow to become a Franciscan 6 III.

Camillus goes to Rome. He serves in the hospital of S. Giacomo. He becomes a soldier, and goes through many dangers 9 : Saint Camillus of Lellis, Italian San Camillo De Lellis, (bornBucchianico, Kingdom of Naples [now in Italy]—died JRome; canonized ; feast day July 14), founder of the Ministers of the Sick.

Along with St. John of God, Camillus became patron of the sick. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

National Emergency Life of St. Camillus of Lellis by Fr. Sanzio Ciccatelli. Topics Camillus Lellis Collection opensource. The life of S. Camillus of Lellis: founder of the Clerks Regular, ministers of the sick ; to which is added memoirs of Ludovico da Ponte and Luigi La Nuza.

Camillus of Lellis: founder of the Clerks, Regular Servants of the Sick M. Mueller; F.W. Faber, transl. Published by Servants of the Sick, Milwaukee, WI (). Book of Saints – Camillus de Lellis Article CAMILLUS DE LELLIS (Saint) (July 14) (17th century) A native of the Abruzzi in Southern Italy, born A.D.who after some years of a worldly life, strove to enter the Franciscan Order, but ultimately found his vocation in the service of the sick.

Saint Camillus de Lellis’ Story. Humanly speaking, Camillus was not a likely candidate for sainthood. His mother died when he was a child, his father neglected him, and he grew up with an excessive love for gambling. At 17, he was afflicted with a disease of his leg that remained with him for : Franciscan Media.

Camillus de Lellis was born at Bocchianico, Italy. He fought for the Venetians against the Turks, was addicted to gambling, and by was penniless in Naples. He became a Capuchin novice, but was unable to be professed because of a diseased leg he contracted while fighting the Turks.

Prayer to St. Camillus de Lellis for the Sick Poor. O glorious Saint Camillus, special patron of the sick poor, thou who for forty years, with truly heroic charity, didst devote thyself to the relief of their temporal and spiritual necessities, be pleased to assist them now even more generously, since thou art blessed in heaven and they have been committed by Holy Church to thy powerful.

Best book I've ever read on St. Camillus. Gives a good description of his life and the life of the order he founded. Most other books give the same short synopsis of his life and you never get a full picture of the man.5/5(1). Son of a military officer who had served both for Naples and France.

His mother died when Camillus was very young. He spent his youth as a soldier, fighting for. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Soldier Surrenders: The Conversion of St. Camillus de Lellis (God's Forgotten Friends: Lives of Little-known Saints Book 2). A Soldier Surrenders: The Conversion of St.

Camillus de Lellis (God's Forgotten Friends: Lives of Little-known Saints Book 2) - Kindle edition by Peek, Susan/5(39). St. Camillus de Lellis turned from a life as a soldier and gambler to become a priest and the founder of an order dedicated to caring for the sick.

He is now the patron saint of hospitals, nurses. Camillus was naturally the first, and was succeeded by an Englishman, named Roger. Two years afterwards a house was established in Naples, and there two of the community won the glory of being the first martyrs of charity of the congregation, by dying in the fleet which had been quarantined off the harbour, and which they had visited to nurse.

Camillus de Lellis is champion of Christian charity, who translated the compassionate love of Jesus to the sick and the poor, in heroic manner, in his own life when Europe was facing ‘black death’ during the 16th century. He served the plague-stricken at the risk of his own life. Camillus's only consolation was—for in spite of the life he was leading it was to him a strange and abiding consolation—that on his death- bed the old man broke down in sorrow for his past, received the last sacraments with true fervor, and died an evidently penitent man.

Denver, Colo., / pm (CNA).- St. Camillus de Lellis turned from a life as a soldier and gambler to become a priest and the founder of an order dedicated to caring for the sick. Camillus of Lellis by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, O n the Festival of the Holy Apostles, St.

Peter and St, Paul, in the yearBenedict XIV., with great solemnity, canonized Camillus, the founder of the congregation of regular priests, who, besides the three usual vows, bound themselves especially to serve the sick. St. Camillus of Lellis, by Father Sanzio Ciccatelli, translated by F.W.

Faber and M. Mueller (Milwaukee, Wis.: Servants of the Sick, ). With Imprimatur. Available in PDF, Full Text, and DJVU formats at Internet Archive. [This is a biography of the Saint by a witness to his life. July —ST. CAMILLUS OF LELLIS. THE early years of Camillus gave no sign of sanctity.

At the age of nineteen he took service with his father, an Italian noble, against the Turks, and after four years’ hard campaigning found himself, through his violent temper, reckless habits, and inveterate passion for gambling, a discharged soldier, and in such straitened circumstances that he was.

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St. Camillus de Lellis, Camillus was born on in the region of Abruzzo in the Kingdom of Naples. His father was a mercenary soldier and seldom at home. His mother, Camilla, though good was also timid and had trouble controlling her morose, ho. St. Camillus de Lellis turned from a life as a soldier and gambler to become a priest and the founder of an order dedicated to caring for the sick.

He is the patron saint of hospitals.