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Michael is one of the principal angels ; his name was the war-cry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven against the enemy and his followers . and none is my helper in all these things, but Michael your prince"; (2) Daniel 12 , the Angel speaking of the end of the world and the Antichrist says: "At that time shall Michael rise up, the great prince, who standeth for the children of thy people." (3) In the Catholic Epistle of St. John speaks of the great conflict at the end of time, which reflects also the battle in heaven at the beginning of time. It was from early times the centre of the true cult of the holy angels, particularly of St. Michael to destroy it, but the archangel split the rock by lightning to give a new bed to the stream, and sanctified forever the waters which came from the gorge. His principal sanctuary, the Michaelion, was at Sosthenion, some fifty miles south of Constantinople; there the archangel is said to have appeared to the Emperor Constantine.
(4) Apocalypse 12:7 , "And there was a great battle in heaven, Michael and his angels fought with the dragon." St. At the place where he was first venerated, in Phrygia, his prestige as angelic healer obscured his interposition in military affairs. Michael in the earliest ages caused a medicinal spring to spout at Chairotopa near Colossae, where all the sick who bathed there, invoking the Blessed Trinity and St. The pagans directed a stream against the sanctuary of St.
After nine days her body was exhumed, when it showed no signs of decay, and many miracles were wrought at her grave.
In 1521 Leo X allowed the Abbey of Longchamp to celebrate her feast with a special Office. On 25 January, 1688, the nuns obtained permission to celebrate her feast with an octave, and in 1696 the celebration of the feast on 31 August was permitted to the whole Franciscan Order. The history of the Abbey of Longchamp had many vicissitudes.
This new rule was also adopted by other French and Italian convents of the Order of St.
Clare, but one can by no means say that a distinct congregation was formed on the basis Isabella's rule.
The building appears to have been completed about the beginning of 1259, because Alexander IV gave his sanction on 2 February, 1259, to the new rule which Isabel had had compiled by the Franciscan Mansuetus on the basis of the Rule of the Order of St. These rules were drawn up solely for this convent, which was named the Monastery of the Humility of the Blessed Virgin ( Monasterium Humilitatis B. The sisters were called in the rule the "Sorores Ordinis humilium ancillarum Beatissimf Marif Virginis" . Clare; the community was allowed to hold property, and the sisters were subject to the Minorites.
The first sisters came from the convent of the Poor Clares at Reims.
After a life of mortification and virtue, Isabella died in her house at Longchamp on 23 February, 1270, and was buried in the convent church.
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Daughter of Louis VIII and of his wife, Blanche of Castille, born in March, 1225; died at Longchamp, 23 February, 1270. Louis IX, King of France (1226-70), was her brother.
When still a child at court, Isabel, or Elizabeth, showed an extraordinary devotion to exercises of piety, modesty, and other virtues.