If the Son sets you free...

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - Fifth week of Lent - Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St. John 8, 31-42 - Blessed are those who have heard the Word in a good and generous heart, who hold it fast and bear fruit by their perseverance.

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1st April - Born in Châteauneuf-sur-Isère in 1053, Saint Hugues was first, at the age of 20, a priest in Valence and then appointed Bishop of Grenoble in 1080.

March 31 - Saint Benjamin lived in the 5th century at Ctesiphon in Iraq. The Persians, at that time, essentially worshipped the Sun God in a dedicated temple.

30 March - Born in Thonon in 1435, Amédée is the son of Ludovic, Duke of Savoy and grandson of the anti-pope Felix V. As soon as Amédée was born, his father predestined him to marry Yolande de Valois, the sister of Louis XII, to keep the alliance with France.

29 March - This is Gladys, the Welsh queen and hermit of the 6th century. At that time, Wales was divided into several small Breton kingdoms, Gwynllyw and his wife Gladys ruled over one of these kingdoms.