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Pilgrimage Church of St John of Nepomuk in Zelena Hora

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World Heritage Journey St John of Nepomuk - May 16 This servant of God possessed in an eminent degree, the virtues of a perfect anchoret, and of a zealous apostle, and by his death merited the … More

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Boží slovo na den 6.5. A.D. 2018
Tímto zakončuji úvod:
"...V srdci Českého národa na přelomu 14.a15.st.
hořel ten oheň Ducha svatého, kterého se západnímu
křesťanství nedostávalo
.Římští preláti, ale nepřišli
a neřekli:"dejte nám olej, protože naše lampy dohasínají".
Oni dobře věděli, že ten olej se nedá dělit s tím kdo ho
měl a promrhal
.Proto raději šli nutili ty "moud…
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V r. 1393 ve svých 24letech - je Hus v Praze svědkem
událostí kolem milostivého léta zavraždění Jana z Nepomuku.
Tehdy vrcholil spor arcib. Jana z Jenštejna s Václavem IV. o
kompetence v souzení duchovních a uvalování klateb na
královské uředníky. Spor skončil umučením a zavražděním
arcibiskupova generálního vikáře Jana z Nepomouku-
sv. Jana Nepomuckého. Také student Jan z HUsince si vyko-
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Libor Halik mentioned this post in Praha oslavila mučedníka sv. Jana Nepomuckého. Konečně!.
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Don Reto Nay Since January 1st, your Birthday, have not "seen" you around...
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The Hussite heresy returned again to Bohemia in 19th century through the atheistic massmedia and atheistic Czech theatre. This heresy is from 1918 up today in Czech republic, in the massmedia, the school education and the state honour to Hus and Žižka. Pray for us holy martyr St John of Nepomuk, to free us from this heresy. Husitské bloudění se vrátilo do České republiky v 19.století skrze … More
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Wenceslas IV. the king of Bohemia died of an apoplexy, without having time, in appearance, to think of repentance. This indolence fortified the Hussite heresy, broached in his reign by John Huss, rector of the university, and his disciple Jerom of Prague, which for above one hundred years filled the kingdom with civil wars, bloodshed, plunder, sacrileges, the ruin of families, and every other… More
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The saint, struck with horror, represented to him, in the most respectful manner possible, how notoriously injurious such a sacrilege was both to reason and religion. But the emperor who had been long accustomed to deal with slaves, thought that no one ought to resist his will. However, in the end, he dissembled his rage; but the saint saw in his dark gloomy silence what he was to expect from so … More
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