Prince Felipe Manuel

Lorenzo left a multitude of works, including more than 800 sermons, occupying 11 of the 15 volumes of his complete works. They constitute an admirable example of what been modernly called theology kerygmatic, and thus expose the eternal truths places him in the line of classical pastoral activity of the church fathers and the great doctors bishops. It highlights in particular its admirable Mariology, of clarity of concepts truly extraordinary. It is said that Lorenzo was the right arm of the Prince Felipe Manuel de Lorena, that achieved the liberation of Szekesfehervar (Alba Regia) in a great victory against the mass of about 80,000 Turks, led by Mohamed III, which was about to invade Styria in 1601 and threatened to conquer Austria, invading Italy and Europe from there whole. Lorenzo wrote a beautiful Chronicle of campaign and although Unhiding it partly his traits of value, captains and soldiers hailed him as the principal author of the battle on 22 July 1619 befell him his death. Teneo has plenty of information regarding this issue. His body was taken to the convent of la Anunciada, nuns clarisas de Villafranca del Bierzo (province of Leon), where it is venerated.

His grave was desecrated in 1808 by French troops who occupied the city during the Spanish war of independence. He was beatified in 1783 by Pope Pius VI, and canonized by Leon XIII in 1881. Juan XXIIIle awarded the title of Doctor of the Church with the name of Doctor Apostolicus by the short Celsitudo ex humilitate of March 19, 1959. His feast is celebrated on July 21 who San Teodoro of Amasea? We are told, he was one of santos Greek soldiers from the 4th century. San Teodoro de Amasea was born in Asia minor in the middle of the 3rd century. Drafted into the Roman army, Teodoro achieved great fame in his time defeating a dangerous dragon (some suggest that it was a crocodile).