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life of Dominic Savio, whose cause (for beatification and canonization) was introduced February 11th, 1914.

Bosco, Giovanni Saint

life of Dominic Savio, whose cause (for beatification and canonization) was introduced February 11th, 1914.

by Bosco, Giovanni Saint

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Published by Herder in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Savio, Dominic, -- Saint, -- 1842-1857

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of Vita del giovanetto Dom. Savio.

    StatementTranslated from the original work of the venerable servant of God, John Bosco.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16431181M

    - See more ideas about Saint dominic, Saints and St john bosco pins. St. Dominic, Spanish in full Santo Domingo de Guzmán, (born c. , Caleruega, Castile [Spain]—died August 6, , Bologna, Romagna [Italy]; canonized July 3, ; feast day August 8), founder of the Order of Friars Preachers (), a mendicant religious order with a universal mission of preaching, a centralized organization and government, and a great emphasis on scholarship.

    Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the approval of the Holy See.   Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at 5/5(16).

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Dominic Savio (Italian: Domenico Savio; 2 April – 9 March ) was an Italian adolescent student of Saint John was studying to be a priest when he became ill and died at the age of 14, possibly from pleurisy.

He was noted for his piety and devotion to the Catholic faith, and was eventually canonized. Bosco regarded Savio very highly, and wrote a biography of his young student Canonized: 12 JuneRome by Pope Pius XII.

Saint Dominic Savio has been my favorite Saint since I was a child. His life is so beautiful and so inspiring, that it will delight, amaze and inspire people of all ages, as it touched and changed my life.

There is so much to learn from this great Saint. Ideally, this book 5/5(7). A really inspiring book, about the life of a young Catholic lad, Dominic Savio (who was later canonised a saint), who was a student of Father John Bosco (Don Bosco, whose cause book was also canonised a saint).

He led a really pious and holy life, and died at the young age of 14, one month short of his 15th birthday, preserving his baptismal innocence until /5. Saint Dominic Whose cause book is a wonderful hero for young people today. This teenage saint's way to holiness was to live the spirituality that was shared with him by St.

John Bosco and his Salesians, basically a life lived simply by doing the everyday duties of life in an extra ordinary way. It is a youth spirituality that can be lived by people of all ages.

Description: Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the approval of the Holy See.

Domenico Savio. Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at.

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Venerable] Dominic Savio () by Giovanni Bosco (Book) Saint Dominic Savio by William P Gillooly (Book). Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child’s death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco’s spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the approval of the Holy See.

Dominic Savio was born on April 2, in the village of Riva in northern Italy. His father was a blacksmith and his mother a seamstress. He had. Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.

The Life of Dominic Savio Preface Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the approval of the.

Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at 3/5(2).

Early life II. Youthful virtue. School experiences III. His First Communion at an early age IV. Early school career V. At Mondonio VI. Don Bosco and Dominic Savio VII. His entrance at the Oratory VIII.

His studies and conduct IX. His resolution regarding sanctity X. Zeal for the salvation of souls XI. Various incidents XII. His spirit of prayer. The Life of Dominic Savio () by John Bosco, Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the.

Dominic Savio was born on April 2, in the village of Riva in northern Italy. His father was a blacksmith and his mother a seamstress.

He had nine brothers and sisters. His family was poor but hardworking. They were devout and pious Catholics. When he was just two years old, Dominic's.

The Life of St Dominic Savio. (53 ratings by and the process for his Beatification is proceeding in Rome. Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that /5(53).

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St. Dominic Savio is a pre-eminent example of its efficacy. DOMINIC'S LOVE OF ENGLAND. In the early months of Dominic's failing health again gave cause for anxiety and Don Bosco thought it prudent to send the boy to the country, hoping that the change of air might help to restore his strength.Little Domenico Savio, whose biography was originally published by Don Bosco very shortly after the holy child's death, was, as will be seen, Don Bosco's spiritual child, and it is a subject of great joy to all his admirers that his cause also has at last been introduced at Rome with the approval of the Holy See.

Domenico Savio, whom we all hope. Author of I sogni di don Bosco, Il beato Domenico Savio, Epistolario, The life of Dominic Savio, whose cause (for beatification and canonization) was introduced February 11th,La Patagonia e le terre australi del continente americano, Il pastorello delle Alpi, Memorie, Scritti spirituali.