Sunday, November 5, 2017

not a fan of Catholic saints, but...

Saint Isidore of Seville was an amazingly learned man, he was sometimes called “The Schoolmaster of the Middle Ages” because the encyclopedia he wrote was used as a textbook for nine centuries. He required seminaries to be built in every diocese, wrote a Rule for religious orders, and founded schools that taught every branch of learning. Isidore wrote numerous books, including a dictionary, an encyclopedia, a history of Goths, and a history of the world—beginning with creation! He completed the Mozarabic liturgy, which is still in use in Toledo, Spain. For all these reasons, Isidore has been suggested as patron saint of computers and the internet.  (I figured out how to live stream from my drone today.)  
John 1:3  All things were made through him, and without him was not any thing made that was made. 


Patricia said...

Good Job..John love great historical people..


Carl D Jones said...

Why not a fan John?

David Johnson said...

I saw it Ben didn't care for it i in his place.

John Wells said...

Sainthood is given to men by other men and is just a symbolic designation as an example for those still of the earth. No matter how exceptional their deeds in this life, only God knows what truly lay in their hearts and only He decides the fate of anyone. No matter their earthly deeds, no man is without sin and no man of this earth deserves such reverence.

Sam Keith said...

Which,I believe, was part of Martin Luther's complaint. Thanks for the erudition and insight flowing from Field Lab.

Todd said...


Just to be clear that I understand your thinking when you say "No man of this earth deserves such reverence", are you saying you disagree with the notion of Sainthood?

FWIW I am not catholic and remain but a student of much of their doctrine. I also believe that most of the followers are people of goodwill.



Margery Bills said...

TY for the info. I am always impressed with your interest in so many things and willingness to share your endeavors with us.

Carl D Jones said...

We do believe that Saints intercede for us because they are in Heaven and there has been proof established that they have interceded. If you want to find out more you can do it here;

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