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 St. Anthony Ma. Claret
Anthony Mary Claret was born in Catalonia, the northeastern corner of Spain, in a town called Sallent on December 23, 1807.
Claret's health is deteriorated, so he returned to France accompanied by the Superior General of the Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, his congregation.
Claret was beatified in 1934 and in 1950 canonized by Pope Pius XII.
missionaries.claret.org /docs/founder.html   (1703 words)

 Claret - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Claret is the name used in English for red wine from the Bordeaux region of France, along the valleys of the rivers Gironde, Garonne and Dordogne, including Medoc, Graves and Sauternes.
Claret School is a private catholic all-boys school located in Quezon City, Philippines in the region of Diliman.
Claret is also the color which resembles the red hue of this wine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Claret   (460 words)

 The life of St. Anthony Mary Claret
Claret's first appointment as a young priest was as assistant to the pastor of his hometown, Sallent.
Claret's life was threatened by anti-clerical enemies, his bishop sent him to the Canary Islands, a Spanish possession off the coast of West Africa.
Father Claret tried to organize the Missions so that they were held at a time most favorable for the people, but at times his excessive work and the commands of his superiors arranged the date.
www.olrl.org /lives/claret.shtml   (7602 words)

 Brief History of St Anthony M Claret
Fr Claret was inspired to expand his ministry in such a way that he could reach the whole world till the end of time.
At the height of the persecution against Archbishop Claret in Cuba, he was recalled to Spain to be the Spiritual Director of Queen Isabella II and her court.
St Anthony Claret had long realised that the gospel is not lived out in a detached hereafter but in the here and now and by men and women, not as they ought to be, but as they are in all their imperfections and in all the varied circumstances of their daily lives.
www.claret.org.uk /history_claret.php   (1574 words)

 Spirituality & History
Anthony Mary Claret, a well known missionary priest in northern Spain, was going to be the one to help her.
She was in the midst of great confusion because Claret had been appointed Archbishop of Santiago de Cuba and had left already for the new world.
Claret's missionary insight, coupled with Maria Antonia's desire for a life of radical faithfulness to the Gospel, converged into a new form of religious life in the Church.
www.claretiansisters.org /english/history.htm   (2539 words)

 Antique Claret Jugs | The Kent Collection
Victorian silver mounted clear glass Claret Jug on a rising circular foot with a caryatid scroll handle and rococo scrolling foliate finial, the glass body cut with masks, strap work, birds, animals and floral and foliate swage, the silver mounts with similar chased decoration; by Charles Fox, London, 1891.
The Jug is engraved on the lid with Francis Lakin's initials and "Xmas 1882" on the body "From Her Royal Highness, The Princess of Wales, 1882." It is contained in its original leather case stamped with the retailer's mark of Clark, 20 Old Bond Street.
A Victorian silver-gilt mounted claret jug by Alexander Macrae.
www.claretjugs.com /descriptions.html   (3625 words)

 Claret Center: Psychotherapy Practicum
Claret Center, located in Hyde Park one block from Lake Michigan, is staffed by licensed clinical psychologists and professionally trained spiritual directors.
She is committed to the notions that personal empowerment facilitates the individual’s path to inner peace, and resolving conflicts both through discovering inner strengths and putting them into practice in daily life profoundly aids in fully realizing one’s personal potential.
This year Liz is pleased to have been invited back to complete her final year of internship at Claret Center, where she is available to see individuals, couples, and families.
www.claretcenter.org /psychotherapy_practicum.html   (1050 words)

 Is Claret Expensive?
The addition of a mature vintage of Latour or Lafite Rothschild to a tasting incurs a significant increase in expenditure, which has to be borne by those attending.
The wise claret drinker is also aware of a number of fine Cru Bourgeois estates that regularly produce wines equal in quality to those of the classed growth estates.
The wines I recommend are the wines that the claret drinker, as opposed to the 'collector' or 'trader', should focus on, rather than those châteaux which clearly regard the wine they bottle as a luxury product, rather than something to be drunk and enjoyed.
www.thewinedoctor.com /author/isclaretexpensive.shtml   (823 words)

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Claret volle ricordare nel suo scudo di arcivescovo, il suo paese, con il ponte e il fiume: "Il ponte, il fiume e la cascata indicano la mia patria; mio padre era di una parte del fiume e la mia madre dell'altra, e questo \'e9 simboleggiato dal sole, Claret, e dalla luna, Clar\'e0.
www.claret.org /documentos/it/AUTOBIOGRAFIA.rtf   (13746 words)

 October 24: Death of Anthony Claret
Claret was born into a family of Spanish weavers.
In 1850 Claret was appointed an archbishop to Cuba.
In the revolution of 1868 Claret was exiled along with the queen.
chi.gospelcom.net /DAILYF/2003/10/daily-10-24-2003.shtml   (671 words)

 OPENGOLF - History - Claret Jug
The Claret Jug, or to use its proper name, The Golf Champion Trophy, is presented to each year’s winner of The Open Championship.
In 1990 a further replica was made for display in the new British Golf Museum at St Andrews and in 2000 a third was made for use in travelling exhibitions, and a fourth was created in 2003 for the same purpose.
Unlike the Claret Jug, which must be returned in time for the next Championship, the Gold Medal is kept by the winner.
www.opengolf.com /history/claret_jug.sps   (940 words)

 Claret Jug - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Claret Jug is the popular name of The Golf Champion Trophy, the winner's trophy in The Open Championship, (often called the "British Open"), one of the four men's major championships in the sport of golf.
The awarding of the Claret Jug dates from 1872, when a new trophy was needed after Young Tom Morris had won the original Championship Belt outright in 1870 by winning the Championship three years in a row.
The Claret Jug has twice appeared on commemorative £5 Scottish banknotes issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland: first in 2004, for the 250th Anniversary of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, then in 2005, the jug is shown held by Jack Nicklaus to mark his retirement.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Claret_Jug   (390 words)

 The Kent Collection | Featured Article
The name "claret jug" was coined in Victorian England, where claret (red Bordeaux) and wine were virtually synonymous.
Above, clockwise from top left: A Faberge silver and cut glass decanter (circa 1880); an Edwardian claret jug of silver gilt and crystal by William and George Sissons (1881); a Victorian silver-mounted cut glass claret jug by Rawlings and Summers (1841); a silver mounted crystal claret jug by George Farnham for Tiffany and Co. (1904).
Claret jugs do not constitute a big enough market to attract fakes, but Kent warns potential buyers to beware of contemporary restorations, which can severely reduce the value of a piece and may not be immediately apparent to the neophyte.
www.claretjugs.com /article/article.html   (1238 words)

 Claret Center: Our Staff
Helen is at Claret Center for individual and group spiritual direction, directed retreats and supervision of spiritual direction and formation personnel.
Mary Ellen Moore, Ph.D., co-founder of Claret Center, is a registered clinical psychologist and has been engaged in the practice of psychotherapy since 1975.
Currently, she is the Coordinator for spiritual Formation for Lay Ecclesial Ministers, Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University, Chicago, and adjunct Spiritual Director at Claret Center, Chicago.
www.claretcenter.org /our_staff.html   (1027 words)

 Claret Center: Our Services
From an awareness of the need for qualified spiritual directors, the Claret Center has developed an internship process to fine-tune the abilities of spiritual directors.
Aware of the need for continuing education, Claret Center staff, sometimes with the help of professional personnel from the Chicago area, offers several workshops and seminars throughout the year.
Claret Center has accommodations for persons desiring either directed or private retreats.
www.claretcenter.org /our_services.html   (270 words)

 Claret Jug has a colorful history - GolfWeb@PGATOUR.COM British Open coverage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Organizers elected to use a Claret Jug as their trophy because in that day, many social foursomes wagered and played for bottles (and sometimes cases) of claret, which was one of the most popular libations in clubhouses across the kingdom.
Cool, cold drinks are often put in the Claret Jug, but in 1996, Open winner Tom Lehman wasn't the one drinking them.
These are just a few of the stories that have made the Claret Jug not only one of the most fabled trophies in golf, but in all of sports.
www.golfweb.com /u/ce/multi/0,1977,6480776,00.html   (941 words)

 Clarets MAD - the definitive Burnley website. Independent news and stats from footymad.net (via CobWeb/3.1 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
It was something of a surprise, but an enjoyable surprise, yesterday morning to hear that Clarets Mad were the winners of the League Paper’s Website of the Week Award.
It was a battle, it wasn’t pretty, but it was never going to be anything else against Ian Holloway’s up and at ‘em Plymouth as we dug in and earned ourselves a point in a goalless draw.
Clarets Mad would like to thank Burnley Football Club for kindly supplying player pictures of both first team and youth team players.
www.clarets-mad.co.uk.cob-web.org:8888   (464 words)

 || Claret ||
This way of life implies being disciples and to follow the Master, to live the evangelical counsels in a community of life with Jesus and the group of those who are called, to be sent and to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom to the whole world.
He acknowledged this in repeated acts of accepting her spiritual maternity -Mother, behold your son- and of committing himself to her love and service.1 The Congregation felt this same desire to acknowledge what the Mother of Jesus meant to it, and manifested this with its own act of commitment and consecration.
Claret was graced with a powerful eschatological awareness, which he nourished through his living identification with the Jesus of the Gospels, and with the prophets and the Apostles.
www.claret.org /formation/smary_constit2.html   (5034 words)

 CLaReT: The Computer Language Reasoning Tool
CLaReT is a tool to support formal reasoning about computer languages and specific programs or language texts.
CLaReT is implemented in Standard ML of New Jersey and was developed with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of Great Britain under grant GR/J42236.
CLaReT is available by anonymous ftp from ftp.cl.cam.ac.uk in the directory hvg/claret/ or on the World Wide Web at http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/ftp/hvg/claret/.
www.dcs.gla.ac.uk /~boulton/claret   (303 words)

 Claret Family Crest
The name Claret was spawned by the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture that ruled a majority of Britain.
This surname is metronymic in origin, and is based on the first name of the mother having derived from the Latin Clara which literally means bright and fair.
In the Claret coat of arms as in all coat of arms the crest is only one element of the full armorial achievement.
www.houseofnames.com /xq/asp.fc/qx/claret-family-crest.htm?a=54323-224   (610 words)

 Bordeaux Wine Guide: Pauillac, St Julien, Sauternes, Barsac and more
In particular claret, the red wine of the region, is the focus of attention, although it is only one of a number of styles produced here.
When discussing Left Bank claret, frequent reference is made to 'classed growth' and 'cru bourgeois' wines.
The wines are often described as expensive because of the hand-picking required to select the nobly-rotted grapes, and because of the low yield produced by the concentrated grapes.
www.thewinedoctor.com /regionalguides/bordeaux.shtml   (1748 words)

 Claret Cup Echinocereus triglochidiatus cactus Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Tri River Area
Claret Cups are the most wide-spread of the hedgehog species and are also the most variable in appearance.
On these plants, areoles may have very few spines and some stems can be almost completely spineless but the same plant will have spined stems and many spines per areole in another area.
Claret Cups require strong sunlight to maintain a healthy appearance and a harsh "dry and cool" winter environment combined with maximum light exposure enhances spring flower production.
www.colostate.edu /Depts/CoopExt/TRA/PLANTS/demogardens/Echinocereustriglochidiatus.html   (429 words)

 St. Anthony Claret School
The administration of St. Anthony Claret School recognizes that our students come from a variety of family backgrounds, some of which may not fully conform to the moral teachings of the Catholic Church.
The primary purpose of St. Anthony Claret School is the education of young people in order to assist them in their academic, personal, and spiritual growth.
Anthony Claret was a tireless worker, preacher, and writer for the Gospel in Spain and Cuba in the 1800's.
www.stanthonyclaretschool.org /about.htm   (604 words)

 purevolume™ | Claret Sky
Claret Sky, currently located in northwest Vermont, blends the wide variety of influential bands in our lives.
Each member's style of music is collided into the formation of Claret Sky.
With Ben's awesomeness, Breaker's chaotic melodies, Jordan's twisted words, Tony's drooling basslines, and Mike's blissful beats, this is Claret Sky's time.
www.purevolume.com /claretsky   (100 words)

 St. Anthony Mary Claret
The founder of the Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Anthony Mary Claret died in the Cistercian monastery at Fontfroide in France on this date in 1870.
The patience of St. Anthony Claret was tested in the political upheavals of the nineteenth century, both in his native Spain and in Cuba.
Opening Prayer Father, you endowed Anthony Claret with the strength of love and patience to preach the gospel to many nations.
www.ewtn.com /library/MARY/CLARET.HTM   (614 words)

 Hotel Claret Paris, France - Hotel Claret Group Booking Reservation Meetings Meeting Planning Weddings Wedding ...
The Hotel Claret is the perfect place to hold a corporate event such as; team building, sales meetings, board of director meetings, or just corporate hospitality.
Weddings at the Hotel Claret with their facilities, guest rooms and experienced wedding and group management staff, are magnificent.
A Hotel Claret wedding reception is a party where guests come to celebrate the marriage of the bride and groom.
www.meetingforce.com /hotel-claret-17h601.html   (763 words)

 Hedgehog cactus or Claret cup cactus
Triglochidialus means "three barbed bristles" and refers to the straight spines arranged in clusters of three.
Some Native American groups collected the claret cup's stems, burned off the spines and mashed the stems.
Claret cup cacti can grow at high elevations due to the clumping of the individual stems which helps to reduce the amount of surface area exposed, thus reducing the rate at which heat is lost to the air.
www.desertusa.com /mag00/mar/papr/hhog.html   (492 words)

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