Stephen of Hungry - was Grand Prince of the Hungarians (997–1000) and the first King of Hungary (1000–1038). He greatly expanded Hungarian control over the Carpathian Basin during his lifetime, broadly established Christianity in the region, and is generally regarded as the founder of the Kingdom of Hungary
The outstanding day for Máriapócs and the history of the Hungarian Greek Catholic community was the 18th August 1991. Pope John Paul II. of happy memory visited Hungary that time and celebrated a Holy Liturgy in Byzantine rite in front of the devotional picture in Hungarian language.
With great relish and humour this book gives details about some awful people in history - from Gavrilo Princip who killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary to Pope John XII (937-964 AD) who enjoyed power more than religion, it seems.
Happy Feast Day of St Elizabeth of Hungary – November 17 #pinterest Miracle of the Roses A statue showing the miracle of the roses in the rose garden in front of the neo-Gothic church dedicated to her at Roses’ Square (Rózsák tere), Budapest. Elizabeth is perhaps best known for her miracle of the roses which ...........| Awestruck Catholic Social Network