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Doctors of the Church

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Notable Events and Interesting Facts
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St.Ambrose's body display
St. Ambrose was officially named as doctor of the church on-

it is not specified but it was sometime in the fourth century.


One of the most influential things saint Ambrose wrote was---

A good youth ought to have a fear of God, to be subject to his parents, to give honor to his elders, to preserve his purity; he ought not to despise humility, but should love forbearance and modesty. All these are an ornament to youthful years.

This is an image of Saint Ambrose's body, which they set up in a glass coffin so that people can come and visit him.
AL & JA
December 4, 2014
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Feast Day and Patron Saint of what?
St. Ambrose of Milan
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Feast Day: December 7

He is the patron saint of bees, bee keepers,
candle makers, domestic animals, french
commissariat, learning, Milan, students, and
wax refiners



















Lead Reporter-Jessica Lynn Anastasia
Executive Editor- Amanda Lynn Lockhart

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Doctors of the Church
There is a legend that as an infant a swarm of bees settled on his face while he lay in his cradle, leaving behind a drop of honey. His father considered this a sign of his future eloquence, and honey tongue. For this reason bees and bee hives often appear in the saints symbology.

Ambrose was born into a roman christian family about 340 ad.

His father was the praetorian prefect of Gaul. His mother was a woman of intellect and pity. Ambrose's siblings were also venerated as saints.
There is nothing evil save that which perverts the mind and shackles the conscience.
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