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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, JULY 26, 2013 Saint 'eter Ch lo ., by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Art Saint Peter was born at said to have given him the by ry . " zz Imola, Italy in 406, he was surname Chrysologus, by ..... baptized, educated and or- which he is known. Galla dained a deacon by Cornelius, Placidia was to become the Hsir Pieces ... No Rugs Please! Bishop of Imola. After serv- ing as a deacon in Imola, Saint Peter was given the name Chrysologus, mean- ing 'golden worded' in Greek, as a result of his exceptional oratorical ability. In 433, Pope Sixtus III consecrated him bishop of Ravenna. As bishop, Peter practiced many corporal and spiritual works of mercy, and shepherded his flock with utmost dili- gence and care. The traditional account, as recorded in the Roman Bre- viary, is that Pope Sixtus III had a vision of St. Peter and St. Apollinaris, the first bish- ops of Rome and Ravenna respectively, who showed Sixtus a young man and said he was the next Bishop of Ravenna. When the group from Ravenna arrived in Rome including Cornelius and his archdeacon Peter, Sixtus recognized Peter as the young man in his vision an*d consecrated him as a bishop. Known as "The Doctor of Homilies," Peter was known for his short but inspired talks; he kept his sermons short for fear of boring his audience. After hearing his first homily as bishop, Empress Galla Placidia is Happy Anniversary... Dr. Dean J. Saluti President. patroness of many of Peter's projects. Peter worked to rid his city of the last ves- tiges of paganism and spoke against the Arian and Monophysite teachings, con- demning them as heresies. Peter explained to his flock topics such as the Apostles' Creed, John the Baptist, the Blessed Virgin Mary and the mystery of the Incarna- tion, in simple and clear language. Peter advocated daily reception of Holy Com- munion. He urged his lis- teners to have confidence in the forgiveness offered through Christ. He died at Imola, Italy in 450 during the Pontificate of Pope Leo the Great. Saint Peter Chrysologus was declared a Doctor of the Church in 1729 by Pope Benedict XIII largely as a result of his simple, prac- tical, and clear sermons. In the eighth century Felix of Ravenna preserved 176 of his homilies which have come down to us, nearly all dealing with Gospel subjects. His feast day is Ciao Bella, Coming from a three-gen- eration family of cosmetolo- gists, I always remember my Nana and Morn changing their hair color and styles frequently. Streaks of blonde, shades of auburn, puffing and teasing were always there in capturing a look. One day Mom came home with a fancier bouffant than usual. Big high waves and dips accented by a fan of blonde hair sweeping through her deep brunette front bangI I knew that she and Dad were attending The Dahlia Ball. Her coif looked perfect with her emerald green gown of chiffon and taffeta! It was the first time I saw a "hairpiece." That sweep of blonde was attached to a pin and carefully tucked into the roots of Mom's real hair. Then her hairdresser pro- ceeded to design her mas- terpiece coiffure with Mom's instructions. Stunning! Recently I tried to help a friend out with her hair- piece. It inspired me that while I was looking for hers pin in the different style piece to fit the day's activity or mood! Curls, waves, pony- tails and chignons of hair that will grace and frame a face! One hair guru Ken Paves brought back the "hair- piece" they call "hair exten- sions" today. In 2004 he started moonlighting creat- ing "big beautiful hair" on strippers for star stylist "Oribe" in Miami. This job Renaissance Lodge, OSIA celebrated on July 304. I found some interesting paid $75 a week! Pave stud- hairpieces for myself in my led at the Vidal Sassoon Maj0rie Cahn r [ DRIVERS ) exact colorT Truly a lifesaver Academy and the Tony and 1 Home Weekly. Pay up to $.40/mi., l with the hot and humid Guy Institute. 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