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St. Corentin or Corentinus or Cury died round about the year 490. He was the first Bishop of Cornouaille, now known as Quimper, in Brittany. He had been a recluse at Plomodiern. His cult spread throughout S. W. England, where he was known as St. Cury. It appears that his cult received a boost from the preaching of Blessed Julian Maunoir who lived in the 17th century. His feast day is on December 12.
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Stations of the Cross
First Station: Jesus is condemned to death
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Second Station: Jesus carries His cross
Third Station: Jesus falls the first time
Fifth Station: Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry his cross
Fourteenth Station: Jesus is laid in the tomb
Fourth Station: Jesus meets his mother
Sixth Station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus
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