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    Muoi Khuntilanont Thai Food Recipes
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    St. Basil drew up his Rule for the members of the monastery he founded about 356
    on the banks of the Iris in Cappadocia.

  • Basil Rule of St

  • Basil I

  • Under the name of Basilians are included all the religious who follow the Rule of St

  • Basil

  • Basil drew up his Rule for the members of the monastery he founded about 356 on the banks of the Iris in Cappadocia

  • Basil visited Egypt, Palestine, Coelesyria, and Mesopotamia in order to see for himself the manner of life led by the monks in these countries., who shared the retreat, aided Basil by his advice and experience

  • The Rule of Basil is divided into two parts: the 'Greater Monastic Rules' (Regulae fusius tractatae, Migne, P.G., XXXI, 889-1052), and the 'Lesser Rules' (Regulae brevius tractatae, ibid., 1051-1306)

  • Rufinus who translated them into Latin united the two into a single Rule under the name of 'Regulae sancti Basilii episcopi Cappadociae ad monachos' (P.L., CIII, 483-554); this Rule was followed by some western monasteries

  • Basil follows a catechetical method; the disciple asks a question to which the master replies

  • The most striking qualities of the Basilian Rule are its prudence and its wisdom

  • Basil makes the foundation of the monastic life

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    CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Liturgy of St. Basil
    Several Oriental liturgies, or at least several anaphoras, have been attributed
    to the great St. Basil, Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia from 370 to 379.

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  • Basil Several Oriental liturgies, or at least several anaphoras, have been attributed to the great St

  • Basil, Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia from 370 to 379

  • Basil composed a liturgy, or rather reformed an existing liturgy, is beyond doubt, since besides the constant tradition of the Byzantine Church there are many testimonies in ancient writings to establish the fact

  • Basil noticed the slothfulness and degeneracy of men, how they were wearied by the length of the liturgy, he shortened it in order to cure their sloth (P.G., LXV, 849)

  • Basil is given in a letter of Peter the Deacon, one of the Scythian monks sent to Rome to settle certain dogmatic questions

  • Basil, which was known and used throughout the entire East, and even quotes a passage from it: 'Hence, also, Blessed Basil, Bishop of Cæsaria, in a prayer of the holy altar, with which almost the entire East is familiar, says among other things: Grant us, O Lord, Thy strength and protection; make the evil good and preserve the just in their righteousness

  • Basil (P.G., LXXXVI, 1368)

  • Basil, whose glory has spread through the whole world (Mansi, Coll

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  • gratissimum ) TurkishFesleğen, Reyhan, Fesliğen, Peslen UkrainianБазилік , Васильки лікарські , Васильки справжні Bazylik, Vasylky likarski, Vasylky spravzhni Urduتلسی Tulsi, Janglitulsi* VietnameseÉ dỏ*, É tía, É trắng, Cây húng quế, Cây rau é, Húng, Húng giỏi, Húng quế, Lá quế, Nhu tía*, Rau quế E do*, E tia, E trang, Cay hung que, Cay rau e, Hung, Hung gioi, Hung que, La que, Nhu tia*, Rau que Yiddishבאַזיליק Basilik Thai sacred basil leaf (krapao ) Indian and South-East Asian names for the so-called sacred basil are marked with an asterisk in the list above

    Clay's Kitchen : Thai Recipes ตำราอาหารไทย
    Collection of about twenty five recipes, such as Mee Krob and Pad Thai.

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    The Basilian Fathers (Orthodox) publication, research, message and file center
    at Holy Innocents Orthodox Church.

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    Apologia Against Those Who Decry Holy Images
    Mary H. Allies translation. Three parts. In HTML, with notes.

    St. Basil the Great Byzantine Catholic Church
    Located in Los Gatos, CA. St. Basil's is a parish of the Ruthenian Byzantine
    Catholic Church. Any Catholic properly prepared may receive Holy Communion here by ...

  • Saint Basil the Great Byzantine Catholic Church Los Gatos, CA Welcome! St

  • Basil the Great Byzantine Catholic Church is a parish of the Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Church in full communion with the Holy Father the Pope of Rome

  • Treasury of Blessings and Giver of Life: Come and dwell within us, cleanse us of all stain, and save our souls, O gracious Lord! Saint Basil the Great Byzantine Catholic Church 14263 Mulberry Drive, Los Gatos, CA 95032-1208 Telephone: (408) 871-0919, Fax: (408) 871-0911, E-Mail: Web Site: Parish Administrator: Rev

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    Russian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas: St. Basil the Great
    Short biography, by Basil Arrick.

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  • Basil the Great was born in Caesarea in Cappadocia in 330 AD

  • Basil toured the eremitical (hermit-like) establishments of monasticism in Egypt, Syria, and Mesopotamia, and decided to follow such a way of life

  • Basil wrote He reposed in the Lord in 379 AD

  • Basil was a prolific writer

  • Basil the Great

    Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford
    Officical website of Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford.

  • Chomnycky, OSBM, Eparch of Stamford, blessed the new $1.3 million church and attached meeting hall prior to celebrating the first Divine Liturgy along with Bishop Emeritus Basil H

  • Joining Bishop Chomnycky at the altar will be Archbishop Stefan Soroka, Metropolitan of Philadelphia; Archbishop Basil Schott, Metropolitan of the Byzantine Archeparchy of Pittsburgh; Bishop Basil H


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  • FIRST QUALITY POTTED PLANTS AND TREES: This is not an all-inclusive list but it will give you an idea of some of the special plants that are currently in top shape: Asparagus, garden (Asparagus officinalis); Basil, Holy (KRSNA TULSI); Buckthorn, Sea (Hippophae rhamnoides); Cordao (Leonotis nepetaefolia); Corsican mint; Echinacea paradoxa; Galanga (Alpinia galangal); Helichrysum italicum; Indigo, White (Baptisia alba); Tulip poplar; Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon flexuosus); Sage, Chinese Red (Dan-shen, Salvia miltiorrhiza); Skullcap, Baical (Huang-qin, Scutellaria baicalensis); Spilanthes, Official (Spilanthes acmella); Tea Oil Camellia (Camellia oleifera); Tulsi, Krishna; Turmeric (Curcuma longa)

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    Biography: Basil the Great, bishop, theologian (14 Jun 379)
    Biographical profile. With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.

  • Basil the Great, Bishop, Theologian 14 June 379 (Basil died on 1 January 379

  • The Roman usage has recently adopted 2 January.) Basil was born in Caesarea of Cappadocia, a province in what is now central Turkey (more or less directly north of the easternmost part of the Mediterranean, but with no seacoast)

  • Whereas in the West there are numerous monastic orders (Benedictines, Carthusians, etc.), in the East all monks are Basilian monks

  • Basil expresses a definite preference for the communal life of the monastery over the solitary life of the hermit, arguing that the Christian life of mutual love and service is communal by its nature

  • In 367-8, when Cappadocia suffered a severe and widespread famine, Basil sold his family's very extensive land holdings in order to buy food for the starving, persuading many others to follow his example, and putting on an apron to work in the soup kitchen himself

  • Basil had been ordained priest in 362 in order to assist the new Bishop of Caesarea, whom he succeeded in 370

  • Basil made it his policy to try to unite the so-called semi-Arians with the Nicene party against the outright Arians, making use of the formula 'three persons (hypostases) in one substance (ousia), ' thus explicitly acknowledging a distinction between the Father and the Son (a distinction that the Nicene party had been accused of blurring), and at the same time insisting on their essential unity

    Preface to the Bay Psalm Book (1640)
    Preface probably written by Richard Mather.

  • Paul and Silas sang together in private Acts 16:25 and must the public hear only one man sing? to all these we may add the practice of the primitive Churches; the testimony of ancient and holy Basil is instead of many Epist

    John Cleese
    Filmography, trivia, photographs and links.

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    Patron Saints Index: Saint Basil the Great
    Illustrated profile of the Father of Eastern Monasticism.

  • BASIL the Great Also known as Father of Eastern Memorial Profile Nobility by birth

  • Born at, (modern Turkey) Died of natural causes Name Meaning kingly Patronage , Prayers Representation supernatural fire, often with a present Additional Information , by : Saint Basil : Works by Saint Basil , by Katherine Rabenstein , by Saint Basil the Great References Book of Saints, by the Monks of Ramsgate Saints to Remember Translate | Readings O sinner, be not discouraged, but have recourse to Mary in all you necessities

  • Saint Basil the Great By the command of your only-begotten Son we communicate with the memory of your saints...by whose prayers and supplications have mercy upon us all, and deliver us for the sake of your holy name

  • Basil: Liturgy of Saint Basil, 373AD The bread which you use is the bread of the hungry; the garment hanging in your wardrobe is the garment of him who is naked; the shoes you do not wear are the shoes of the one who is barefoot; the acts of charity that you do not perform are so many injustices that you commit

  • Saint Basil Let us raise ourselves from our fall and not give up hope as long as we are free from sin

    On the Spirit
    Blomfield Jackson translation. From A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene
    Fathers of the Christian Church, second series, vol. 8. In HTML, with notes, ...


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    GaurangaDharma - Gaurangaism
    Dedicated to spreading the Mantrarajas Nityananda, Gauranga and the maha mantra
    for this Kali Yuga.

  • The whole world will then observe fasting from grains on Ekadashi twice a month, refrain from the sinful activities, worship the Tulasi (Holy Basil) plant and have the congregation chanting and singing of the Holy Name in their homes daily

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