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MessageSujet: Saint Loyats   Ven 11 Juil 2008 - 18:21

French translation from the original text in English:




Le père Loyats, prêtre de Canterbury, fondateur de l'ordre de St Jerome, est présenté pour la canonisation en tant que Fondateur de l'Eglise. Car sans le travail du père Loyats, l'Eglise Aristotelicienne aurait vu son implantation grandement retardé sur le sol anglais.

Une vie dédié à Dieu

Le début de la vie de Loyats reste embrumé de mystère. Il est né le 12 Décembre 1428 dans la ville de pêcheurs de Dover, dans le duché du Sussex en Angleterre. Loyats était un pêcheur laborieux. Il passait la plupart de ses journées dans son petit bateau de pêche loin de la cote pour trouver les meilleurs prises, qu'il partageait toujours avec ses voisins.
Tandisqu'il passait ses jours comme simple pêcheur, Loyats ne faisait point secrêt de son amour de Dieu, et de ses futures intensions.


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Je m'appelle Loyats, je suis un simple pêcheur et je ne souhaite rien de plus que d'obeir à la volonté de Dieu.

Loyats avait toujours entendu la voie de l'eglise l'appeler. Cependant, Loyats reconnaissait que seul le Puissant pouvait connaitre son futur. Lorsqu'on lui demandait s'il voulait rejoindre l'église, il répondait:


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C'est en effet mon intention, mais je suivrai la voie que le Seigneur mettra devant moi, que ce soit au service de l'église ou une autre.

Loyats était aussi habile dans les arts. A Dover et Canterbury, Loyats avait réalisé les deux sceaux pour ces deux villes. Plus tard il établit le College Héraldique d'Angleterre. Il utilisa son talent pour créer les armoiries de nombreux membres du clergé en Angleterre. Malheureusement ses travaux originaux ont été dispersé à travers les années, mais des copies sont préservées ici:



Canterbury Parish

Malgré l'amour que Loyats portait à sa ville natale de Dover, et l'amour pour ses voisins, il voyagea à Canterbury et s'y installa comme prêtre de la paroisse.
Grace à sa loyauté, son honneteté, son amitié, il sut se faire rapidement accueillir par le peuple de Canterbury, tout comme il l'avait fait à Dover.
En raison de sa forte personnalité et de son accessibilité, de nombreux pretres et abesses d'Angleterre suivirent l'exemple du père Loyats lorsqu'ils établirent leur propre paroisse dans leurs villages.

Le miracle de la Pêche

Quand le père Loyats arriva pour la première fois à Canterbury pour servir sa paroisse, il réalisa que les pêcheurs de la ville étaient dans le besoin. Etant lui même pêcheur, Loyats se sentit très touché de leur situation critique. Les pêcheurs partaient chaque matin, pêchant toute la journée proche des côtes, mais revenaient les mains vides.

Les pêcheurs n'arrivaient pas à subvenir à leurs besoins, ne ramenant rien de leurs nombreuses heures de travail. Le peuple de Canterbury souffrait de ne pouvoir manger de poissons et de renforcer leurs intellects.

Le père Loyats pria immédiatement Dieu, et cette nuit là il dormit et eut une vision. Dans cette vision il partit en mer, le bateau était gouverné non par ses propres rames mais par une main divine. Lorsque le bateau stoppa Loyats vit une nuée de poisson nageant sous son bateau.

Le jour suivant, le père Loyats mena lui même les pêcheurs de Canterbury en pleine mer à l'endroit qu'il avait vu dans sa vision. Et en effet les pecheurs ce jour là pêcherent plus de poissons qu'ils n'en avaient jamais pêché par aucun homme ou fmme de la ville. Grace à la vision miraculeuse de Père Loyats, les pêcheurs de Canterbury étaient désormais capables de se nourrir et de nourrir la population avec les poissons qu'ils leur restaient pour la vente.

L'ordre de St. Jerome



A cette époque en Angleterre, la structure de l'Eglise Aristotelicienne était peu existante. Loyats reconnu très tot le besoin d'organiser l'église. Le père Loyats créa le premier ordre religieux d'Angleterre, l'ordre de St Jerome. Cet ordre a pour but de traduire et d'apporter la doctrine de l'Eglise au peuple anglais.

Le père Loyats lui même était personnellement en charge de la traduction et la publication d'innombrables recueils pour la Communauté anglaise.
Il apporta en sol anglais le Dogme et le Droit Canon et les Sacrements. Et c'est grace à son ordre que les travaux de la curie sont aujourd'hui encore traduits et présenté en Angleterre.

La Mort du Père Loyats

Le 1er Mai 1454, les Croyants Aristotéliciens furent horrifiés d'apprendre que le père Loyats était tombé malade. Des messagers partirent de Canterbury à travers toute l'angleterre pour amener la désolante nouvelle que ce grand homme était touché d'une maladie qui le consumait.

Loyats mainteint sa foi en Dieu même lorsque la maladie affaiblissait son corps:


Citation:
Je ne verrai aucun docteur et j'irai rendre visite au Seigneur quand il en aura finit avec moi ici et m'appelera à ses cotés. Je continuerai avec les dernières forces qu'il me reste, à préparer la messe, et à travailler dans mon moulin, mais je ne peux garantir combien de temps encore. Ne craignez point, car vous me reverrez un jour lorsque le Seigneur vous appelera vous aussi. Jusque là je veillerai sur vous... à ma façon.

Le maire de Canterbury de l'époque, Madmaxhammer, montra l'amour que portait la ville à son prêtre en demandant la construction d'une statue à l'image de Loyats dans le parc en face de l'église. Le père Loyats cependant refusa.


Citation:
Même une statue serait de trop, ceux que je voulus qu'ils me connaissent me connaissent déjà, et s'il y a besoin d'une statue pour pousser d'autres à poser des questions sur moi ou à parler de moi, alors mieux vaut qu'ils passent leur temps à d'autres conversations.

Témoignages:

Father Mecchio of Canterbury a écrit:
In my past experiences with Father Loyats, he has portrayed nothing less to me than virtue and faith.

As my mentor, I have much to say about his teachings to me as I worked towards my ordination. He taught me the order of priesthood in its esteemed position and the respect for my fellow brothers and sister in faith.


Father Ecthelion of Dorchester a écrit:
Loyats was an incredible man, and you cannot truly fathom his generosity and honest spirit without having known him. He was a man whose faith shone through into his everyday life. He was never too busy to lend a helping hand to those who needed it, regardless of who they were.

I unfortunately never met him, but carried out a correspondence with him from several towns away. He was eloquent, he had a deep faith, he had a gift for explaining the mysteries of the faith to others, he was well-liked. In everything, he saw the blessings that Jah had given to him, and he shared them with others.


Madmaxhammer a écrit:
Loyats... Your impact will never ever go unfilled here in Canterbury. You are one of our founding members and deserve a place of honor in that church you have built.

Furthermore I will fully nominate your name to be considered for sainthood.

Lord, hold Father Loyats close to him, he is one of our finest we have to offer you.


Dragonflame a écrit:
He was a VERY trusted man and a truely great guy, he was devoted to the church and made every effort possible to get things done, something which no one can surpass.

His brilliance was matched by his popularity, he was prehaps one of the most enfluentual people on this world, he didnt just influence the church as a whole, his enthusiasm and cheerfulness infected us all and the things he done still play a very important role in today's life.

It is prehaps because of him, not any Bishop, ArchBishop or Cardinal, that this church survived in England....


Mother Arynna of Dartmouth a écrit:
He was always willing to help out another, even a stranger that he had never met. Father Loyats was always willing to give assistance and advice whenever asked. He went above and beyond to help those who needed it.


drrino a écrit:
For me personally, Loyats was a friend and a standard to try and achieve. Even before being a priest, Loyats was a father to the Town of Dover. We always asked him for help, and he was always there for everyone. He did not hold grudges, and did not have a malicious bone in his body. Loyats, and his memory, are a role model to me, but one I know I can never achieve.


Anto_Capone, Duke of Cornwall a écrit:
Loyats was a dear friend of mine, I knew him well before he was even a priest! =D

Great guy, I really miss him


Zamorak a écrit:
Although i did not know him, from what i heard he was a great man to all the citizens of sussex. i support that he be made a saint!


Selene a écrit:
When I was a relatively new level 1, Father Loyats received a boat as a random event. He chose to offer it to sale to the first level 0 or 1 that that asked for 80 pounds. I took him up on the offer and much appreciated the generous start. Not a big thing but I think typical of his generousity. As he was dying he took the time to make sure the town had and adeqaute supply of flour to last awhile


Gwendalyn a écrit:
I know on his death bed, he continued his good works. He dragged himself from his bed to work each day and sold his flour to the townhall for as cheap as allowed. With those funds, he purchased overpriced goods from the market, and resold them for the lowest price. (at that time it was corn that was overpriced, so he paid 4-4.50 and resold for 2) I believe he also did the same with fish and bread to provide for the poor.


Citations:


Citation:
La politique des hommes n'a pas sa place dans la vie d'un homme de Dieu.


Citation:
Personne, pas même le Très Haut, qui en a le pouvoir, ne devrait vous forcer, ou ne devrait vouloir vous forcer, à faire quelque chose contre volonté. La Sainte et Universelle Eglise Aristotelicienne Romaine est une église de croyants volontaires, pas une église de marionnettes et de maîtres.


Citation:
Aristote nous apprend qu'un homme devrait être jugé à sa propre image et pas à celle qu'en ont les autres.


Reliques: Les restes terrestres du père Loyats reposent en l'église de Canterbury. Il y est aussi entreposé les restes de son bateau de pêche. Dans le hall de l'ordre de Saint Jerome, est exposé le sceau qu'il a réalisé pour les documents officiels (voir ci dessus)

Elements Associés: Saint patron des Pêcheurs et des Traducteurs
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MessageSujet: Re: Saint Loyats   Ven 11 Juil 2008 - 18:22

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Father Loyats, Priest of Canterbury, founder of the Order of St. Jerome is here presented for canonization as a Builder of the Church. For without the work of Father Loyats the Aristotlian Church would have been must delayed in its construction on English soil.

A Life Dedicated to Jah

The early life of Loyats is clouded in mystery. He was born on the 12th of December in 1428 in the fishing town of Dover, County Sussex, England. Loyats was a devoted fisherman. Most of his days were spent in his small fishing craft far off the coast to find the best catch, which he always shared with his neighbors.

While he spent his days as a common fisherman, Loyats made no secret of his love for God, or for his future intentions.


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I am called Loyats, I am but a humble fisherman and hope to do nothing more than the will of God.

Loyats always heard the way of the Church calling to him. However, Loyats acknowledged that only The Almighty could see his future. When asked if he would join the Church he responded:


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That is indeed my intent, although I will walk the path the Lord places in front of me, be it service to The Church or otherwise.

Loyats was also very skilled in the discipline of art. In both Dover and Canterbury, Loyats tasked himself with drawing the first seals for those two towns. He later would go on to establish the College of Heraldry in England. He used this skill to draw up coats of arms for many of the clergy throughout England. Unfortunately, his original works have been scattered over time, but copies of his work still remain:



Canterbury Parish

Despite the love Loyats bore for his hometown of Dover, and the love for his neighbors, he traveled to Canterbury and was thus installed as the Priest of this Parish.

Because of his trustworthiness, honesty, and friendly demeanor, he quickly ingratiated himself to the people of Canterbury, just as he had in Dover.

Because of Loyats strong personality and his approachability, many of the priests and priestesses of England followed the example of Father Loyats when they set up their own parishes in their own towns.

The Miracle of the Fish

When Father Loyats first came to the town of Canterbury to serve as priest, he realized that the fishermen of the town were in dire straights. Being a fisherman himself, Loyats was very concerned with their plight. The fisherman set out each morning in their boats, or stood on the shores with their lines, however, the fisherman returned each day empty handed.

The fisherman of Canterbury could not support themselves, having nothing to show for their daily labours. The people of Canterbury suffered with no fish to eat and strengthen their minds.

Father Loyats immediately prayed to Jah, and that night as he slept he had a vision. In his vision he sailed out into the sea. The boat was steered, not by his own oars, but by a divine hand. When the boat stopped Loyats saw schools of fish swimming below his boat.

The next day Father Loyats himself led the fisherman of Canterbury out into the sea to the place that he had seen in his vision. And indeed, that day more fish were caught than ever before by the men and women of that town. Because of Father Loyats' miraculous vision, the fisherman of Canterbury were now able to feed themselves and still have fish left over for sale.


The Order of St. Jerome



At this time in England, there was little structure to the Aristotlian Church. Loyats recognized the need to organize the Church early on. Father Loyats organized the first religious order in England, the Order of St. Jerome. This order was tasked with translating, and bring Church doctrine to the citizens of England.

Father Loyats himself was personally responsible for releasing countless documents to the English faithful. He brought the dogmatical works to English soil as well as the Canon Law, and the sacraments. And it was because of his order that works are still being translating and presented onto the English faithful.

The Death of Father Loyats

On the 1st of May, 1454 the English faithful were horrified to hear that Father Loyats had fallen ill. Messengers had spread out from Canterbury carrying these disturbing tidings that this great man was struck with a wasting sickness.

Loyats maintained his faith in God even while disease weakened his body:


Citation:
I will see no doctor and will go to visit the Lord once he is done with me here and calls me to him.

I will continue with what little effort I can, preparing the mass, and working in my mill, but I can not garuntee for how long I will be able. Do not fear, for you will see me again one day when the Lord does call you as well. And until then I will watch over you... in my way.

The then mayor of Canterbury, Madmaxhammer, demonstrated the town’s love for their priest by commissioning a statue in Loyats image to be constructed in the square before the Church. Father Loyats however refused.


Citation:
Even a statue would be too much, those that I would want to know me already do, and if it requires a statue to prompt others to ask about me or to speak of me, then they could better spend their time along other lines of conversation.

Testimonies:


Father Mecchio of Canterbury a écrit:
In my past experiences with Father Loyats, he has portrayed nothing less to me than virtue and faith.

As my mentor, I have much to say about his teachings to me as I worked towards my ordination. He taught me the order of priesthood in its esteemed position and the respect for my fellow brothers and sister in faith.


Father Ecthelion of Dorchester a écrit:
Loyats was an incredible man, and you cannot truly fathom his generosity and honest spirit without having known him. He was a man whose faith shone through into his everyday life. He was never too busy to lend a helping hand to those who needed it, regardless of who they were.

I unfortunately never met him, but carried out a correspondence with him from several towns away. He was eloquent, he had a deep faith, he had a gift for explaining the mysteries of the faith to others, he was well-liked. In everything, he saw the blessings that Jah had given to him, and he shared them with others.


Madmaxhammer a écrit:
Loyats... Your impact will never ever go unfilled here in Canterbury. You are one of our founding members and deserve a place of honor in that church you have built.

Furthermore I will fully nominate your name to be considered for sainthood.

Lord, hold Father Loyats close to him, he is one of our finest we have to offer you.


Dragonflame a écrit:
He was a VERY trusted man and a truely great guy, he was devoted to the church and made every effort possible to get things done, something which no one can surpass.

His brilliance was matched by his popularity, he was prehaps one of the most enfluentual people on this world, he didnt just influence the church as a whole, his enthusiasm and cheerfulness infected us all and the things he done still play a very important role in today's life.

It is prehaps because of him, not any Bishop, ArchBishop or Cardinal, that this church survived in England....


Mother Arynna of Dartmouth a écrit:
He was always willing to help out another, even a stranger that he had never met. Father Loyats was always willing to give assistance and advice whenever asked. He went above and beyond to help those who needed it.


drrino a écrit:
For me personally, Loyats was a friend and a standard to try and achieve. Even before being a priest, Loyats was a father to the Town of Dover. We always asked him for help, and he was always there for everyone. He did not hold grudges, and did not have a malicious bone in his body. Loyats, and his memory, are a role model to me, but one I know I can never achieve.


Anto_Capone, Duke of Cornwall a écrit:
Loyats was a dear friend of mine, I knew him well before he was even a priest! =D

Great guy, I really miss him


Zamorak a écrit:
Although i did not know him, from what i heard he was a great man to all the citizens of sussex. i support that he be made a saint!


Selene a écrit:
When I was a relatively new level 1, Father Loyats received a boat as a random event. He chose to offer it to sale to the first level 0 or 1 that that asked for 80 pounds. I took him up on the offer and much appreciated the generous start. Not a big thing but I think typical of his generousity. As he was dying he took the time to make sure the town had and adeqaute supply of flour to last awhile


Gwendalyn a écrit:
I know on his death bed, he continued his good works. He dragged himself from his bed to work each day and sold his flour to the townhall for as cheap as allowed. With those funds, he purchased overpriced goods from the market, and resold them for the lowest price. (at that time it was corn that was overpriced, so he paid 4-4.50 and resold for 2) I believe he also did the same with fish and bread to provide for the poor.

Maxims:


Citation:
The politics of man have no place in the life of a man of God.


Citation:
No one, not even the Almighty, who has the power, would, or would want to, force you to do something against your will. The Universal and Holy Roman Aristotlelian Church is a Church of voluntary believers not of puppets and masters.


Citation:
Aristotle teaches us that a man should be measured by his own self-image not that of others


Relics: The mortal remains of Father Loyats rest in the Church of Canterbury. Also housed there are the remains of his fishing boat. In the halls of the order of St. Jerome is the seal that he crafted for official documents (seen above)

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