portent of broached mischief”, but a reminder of the beauties of the heavens.We have even learnt – perhaps inspired by the booklets that this newspaper recently produced, with the help of Sir Patrick Moore and Astronomy Now – to distinguish between meteors, meteorites and meteoroids, something that was apparently beyond the Met Office, when it sought to clarify the nature of the mysterious light recently streaking across the British sky.aint Cecilia is said to have heard heavenly music inside her heart when she was forced to marry the pagan, Valerian.A wealth of music, art and festivals in honor of St.She told Valerian that an angel watched over her to guard her purity. Another version recounts that Tibertius, Valerian's brother, sees the crowns and he too is converted.The two brothers then make it their mission to bury Christian martyrs put to death by the prefect of the city.The name Cecilia means blind and so, although we don't know if she herself couldn't see, she is also the Catholic patron saint of the blind. A religious romance telling the love story of Saint Cecilia and Valerian appeared in Greece during the 4th century A.D., and there is a biography of St Cecilia dating from the 5th century A. She is purported to have been the daughter of a wealthy Roman family, a Christian from birth, who was promised in marriage to a pagan named Valerian.
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