|A||The Village Of St. Bernadette||3:26|
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|45-PB.969||Anne Shelton With Wally Stott And His Orchestra And Chorus||Anne Shelton With Wally Stott And His Orchestra And Chorus - The Village Of St. Bernadette (7", Single)||Philips||45-PB.969||UK||1959|
Wax coverings on the corpse of Saint Bernadette Soubirous represent how her hands and face looked at the time of her death. Saint Bernadette's allegedly incorrupt body on display in Nevers, France. In 1960, Andy Williams released his album The Village of St. Bernadette, which featured the 1959 song "The Village of St. Bernadette". It was one of Williams' few Top 10 singles he garnered throughout his career . The song has been covered by other well-known artists, including Anne Murray and Bette Midler
Other portrayals come closer to historical accuracy, particularly Anne Revere and Roman Bohnen as Bernadette's overworked parents, Charles Bickford as Father Peyramale, and Blanche Yurka as formidable Aunt Bernarde. The film ends with the death of Bernadette and does not mention the exhumation of her body or her canonization, as the novel does. The film combines the characters of Vital Dutour and the man of letters Hyacinthe de La Fite, who appears in the novel and believes he has cancer of the larynx. La Fite does not appear at all in the movie . The Village of St. Bernadette. "The Song of Bernadette (1944)".
Bernadette was born in Lourdes, France on January 7, 1844. Her parents were very poor and she was the first of nine children . Bernadette asked the local priest to build a chapel at the site of her visions and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lourdes is now one of the major Catholic pilgrimage sites in the world. Many other chapels and churches has been built around it, including the Basilica of St. Pius X, which can accommodate 25,000 people and was dedicated by the future Pope John XXIII when he was the Papal Nuncio to France
Bernadette (оригинал IAMX). Бернадетт (перевод Елена из Москвы). You and me in our playhouse, Мы с тобой в игрушечном доме, Living in a veil. Живя под пеленой, We never need to go without. And I have the key for the door of Bernadette. А у меня – ключ от двери Бернадетт. Winding down our emotions
You and me in our playhouse Living in a veil We never need to go without Memories bring no joy or peace We are alone And all we need. Tuning out of the poison Every waking day Intolerance to overcome Fortunes won by the boys with the guns We are alone Nowhere to run. Bernadette You are my liberty I celebrate the day That you changed my history of Life and death Will always lead you into love and regret But you have answers And I have the key for the door to Bernadette.
On 8 December 1933, Pope Pius XI declared Bernadette Soubirous a Saint of the Catholic Church. Her feast-day was initially fixed for 18 February-the day her Lady promised to make her happy, not in this life, but in the next-but is now observed in most places on the date of her death, 16 April. Early stages of her life. Marie Bernarde Soubirous was the daughter of François Soubirous (1807–1871), a miller, and Louise (née Casteròt; 1825–1866), a laundress. Bernadette ". In 1961 Daniéle Ajoret portrayed Bernadette in Bernadette of Lourdes (French title: Il suffit d'aimer or Love is Enough) of Robert Darène.
They'll follow you! You don't need priests!" Bernadette protested that she did not ask anyone to follow her; the people followed her of themselves. Besides, she had told no one about the Lady's request for processions except the curč. The sound of Mary's words at Lourdes had "gone forth to the ends of the earth. They re-echoed the words of the vicar of her Divine Son. For she spoke these words only four years after Pius IX had declared infallibly the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. As if to ratify and to glory in the highest office of her race, Mary spoke as if in gratification of the Pope's proclamation of her unique prerogative, given to her by Him whose office Pius IX filled, and used to glorify His Mother.
St Bernadette is the patron saint of sick persons and also of the family and poverty. 30 years after her death, Bernadette’s body was exhumed and found to be intact. Since 1925, the body of Bernadette is preserved in a shrine in the chapel of the Convent of S. ildard of Nevers. Espace St. Gildard Convent in Nevers, France. Citation: Tejvan Pettinger. Biography of Bernadette Soubirous, Oxford, UK. ww. iographyonline. Updated 21st March 2017. Useful books on Bernadette Soubirous: St. Bernadette Soubirous: 1844-1879.
The village people always try to protect their traditional habits and culture. The village has clean air and the environment is very beautiful. Moreover, traffic is not busy and it does not cause accidents as much as in the city. Furthermore, people usually keep eyes on neighbors’ estates; they are helpful to each other. They always react when something strange is happening. Even if living in the county side provides you many good things, but there are still a few disadvantages. Education in the country side is so poor. There are not many schools; students do not understand much about the world. Most people there prefer their children to go farming rather than going school because they do not know the important of attending in schools. Although you finish your high school, there is no even one university for you to continue. they may need to come to city if you plan to be graduated.