Hildegard influenced the Church in many ways. She spread the word of God and preached what God had wanted her too. She is someone who can be looked up upon, and known for her amazing work as a songwriter, book writer, and preacher. The visions she had received from God were truly a miracle, and the fact that she shared her life with all of us made it even more heroic. She stood proud and tall for her faith, and did not care who did not believe her. St. Hildegard converted many people into the Christian faith by announcing the love that God has for each of his children, and he says that each of us is a “living spark”. People come into his kingdom to feel warm and welcome with others arms spread wide. Her life began hard, being sickly as a baby, losing her mother and father, but somewhere in the middle God found her. Little did she know she was given a special gift from above. She not only had the visions but was brave enough to tell the world about them. She deserved to be announced a Saint, and the church will be influenced by her story
Saint Maximilian Kolbe was a Poland born saint. He was born under the name Raymund Kolbe on January 8, 1884. It wasn’t until he entered Conventual Franciscans, did he recieve his name, Maximilian. When he was only twelve years old, he had a vision of Mary holding two crowns, a red one and a white one. Once he was presented with the choice of one or the other, he opted to choose both. One year after this, was when he entered the Conventual Franciscans. Some years after this, he received his Doctorate in Philosophy and after this, his Doctorate in Theology. In 1918, he was ordained a priest. Following these events, he became ill and was forced back to his home in Poland. Upon returning, Poland began to be attacked by the Germans during World
Hildegard was born on 1098 A.D. in West Franconia. She was born to a noble family, her father was named Hildebert and her mother was named Mechtild. A noblewoman named Jutta taught Hildegard to read and write. In her early years, Hildegard had visions which studies said was caused
After the death of her teacher, Hildegard became the head of the community at twenty years old. Around the year 1150, she founded her own convent in Rupertsberg, Germany on the Rhine River near Bingen. At age forty-two, Hildegard experienced the mystical vision that transformed her life. After falling ill, she began to record a detailed recount of the vision in her manuscript entitled Scivias,
Throughout my high school career at Wahconah Regional High School, I have done, and continue to keep doing many activities in order to help my community. In addition I have made various accomplishments in many different areas. I should be inducted into the National Honor Society because of how my accomplishments and community activities prove how I fit into the four pillars, service, leadership, character and scholarship.
I would like to tell you a bit about myself: I am a social person, who loves to help. I try to invest in the studies as much as I can, yet I also work to provide for myself. In the future, I would like to work in the field of medicine, and in the army I would like to serve in the border guard unit.
He got into a motorcycle accident and he received a $15,000 settlement off it. Because Kemper couldn't work, he decided to use the money to buy a car and pick up young female hitchhikers around the area. At first, he would take them safely to their destination, but then he delved into his disturbing fantasies and began buying tools he might need to kill them with like a gun, knife and handcuffs. His first two victims were Mary Ann Pesce and Anita Luchese, who were students at Fresno State College that went hitchhiking to Stanford University while staying in Berkeley. Edmund Kemper picked them up on May 7, 1972. While driving around for a bit, Kemper took his gun out of under his seat and drove them into a isolated area. He took Anita into the
Henry Wirz, originally named Heinrich Hartmann Wirz, was known as a military leader during the Civil War. Henry was born in Zurich, Switzerland on November 25, 1823. Although Henry had a set future of becoming a doctor, instead he had studied to become a weaver. In 1845, he had married a woman named Emilie Oschwald. After the couple had two children, the marriage had ended poorly. Sources say, “According to some reports, Wirz had legal troubles while in Europe involving embezzled money, and may have served some time in prison.”
“Jashia, you have to work for things to earn them.” these are the words Mr.Harry Bonner always reminds me of. Let me tell you a little bit more about him he runs the kids At Hope center. Which is where kids go after school and do programs,or they help plan things in the community. He love children all he always tries to do the best things for them that he possibly can. He is married with 4 children he go on a lot of trips to see his family. He love being involved in the community. Let me guess you already know who my hero is Mr.Bonner he’s my hero because he is hardworking, helps me with my up and downs, he keeps me an good programs. And that's how i want to be some day but the children would be hair.
What I have learned you say? I have learned so much at this school, more than I could’ve asked. Hickman Middle School is a special place, mainly because of the students and the teachers. Hickman is a small school, and the students are in the right mindset, a mindset to get to college and beyond. We see the examples of our teachers, and they encourage us to make ourselves better. I can’t think of a more fitter middle school that sends students into high school as rock stars. As for me, I’ve learned we need get ourselves to our potential by raising the bar, which is where teacher’s expertise is.
Growing up as a child, no one expects a young one to be out in the fields, in factories or even being a slave working their precious lives away. During one of America’s toughest generations, children were seen doing some of the same jobs and tasks that adults were having to take on. Making less than twenty to twenty five cents a day, children’s lives were at risk for nothing. As time went on, child labor laws were enacted to save children from abuse, neglect, serious injury and even death in the work place. As we sit in history classes, tour museums and take upon us the emotional and sometimes gruesome images from this time period, no words can describe how awful it must have been for one involved. But on the other hand, there was a positive side to the growth and construction of the American Nation through the New York City skyline. As one wraps up inside each photo, they most of the time do not realize who truly has captured them. Born Lewis Wickes Hine in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on Sept. 26, 1874, Hine was best known for his photography to reach prestigious goals of social reform. Producing some of the most emotional and life changing photographs of the time, Hine is to be considered a hero for many of many
Otwin Beschlager, an apprentice blacksmith from Ristedt, a small Ostland village near Schloss Lenkster, was called into service as a member of the local militia known as the "ochsemäntel" during the Storm of Chaos. The ochsemäntel assisted troops under the command of Ostland's Kurfürst Graf, Valmir von Raukov, at the Siege of Schloss Lenkster, and they were forced to retreat with them into Hochland when the castle fell under a bombard of Dämongeist Cannons. Ristedt was sacked in the conflict by Chaos forces and all the inhabitants, Otwin's family included, were massacred. The Kurfürst Graf of Middenland, Boris Todbringer, mounted a joint counter-offensive with Graf von Raukov, but the effort was hampered when Beastmen attacked the primary
Any diva can tell you costume changes are crucial to the success of any event. By thatmeasure, Rogaland his 5th annual “ knocked it out of the park. As far as we can tell, Rogen changed no less than eight times over the course of the evening, with costumes ranging from the always classic Mario to what looks like a Pike-Jew to one happy little take on Bob Ross and his iconic yet Other guests including Joseph Gordon-Levitt in festive looks of their own, but Rogen reigned supreme as the ultimate master of Halloween.Check out Rogen’s epic costumes below. Sure puts our last-minute costume of cat ears and a tail to shame, eh? From North, Central, and all the way down to South Jersey NewJerseyHauntedHouses.com has you covered for all of your Halloween spooking needs? We present you with only the best in Haunted Hay Rides, Spook Walks, Pumpkin Patches, and so much more for this Halloween season. Fall is right around the corner – if any of these fun fall activities grab your attention, we've got all the information you're in need of – there is something for everyone in the family! Browse by Event Type or Area to find the perfect
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley is an English romantic novelists. She’s had been writing since her childhood from a chaotic life. She has been known to be an amazing novelist, short-story writer, poet, dramatist, and biographer. Today, she is still known for her amazing work. Her childhood really helped with most of her books and novels.