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“About the thirteenth century, however, the cult of St. Monica began to spread and a feast in her honour was kept on 4 May.”
“St. Monica was buried at Ostia, and at first seems to have been almost forgotten, though her body was removed during the sixth century to a hidden crypt in the church of St. Aureus.”
“Many miracles occurred on the way, and the cultus of St. Monica was definitely established.”
“Archbishop of Rouen, Cardinal d'Estouteville, built a church at Rome in honour of St. Augustine and deposited the relics of St. Monica in”
“As he stepped up to the cab, he pulled a gold watch from his pocket and looked at it earnestly, 'Drive like the devil,' he shouted, 'first to Gross & Hankey's in Regent St.eet, and then to the Church of St. Monica in the Edgeware Road.”
“The Office of St. Monica however does not seem to have found a place in the Roman Breviary before the sixteenth century.”
“Farther away, on the western hill, stand the great nunnery of St. Monica (1598), still in full repair, formerly occupied by a large community of native nuns -- the only female religious in Goa; the Augustinian church and convent built in 1572, now in ruins; convent and church of St. John of God”
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