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  • Performer: Saint-Januarius' Blood
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Thrice
  • Released: 1995
  • Style: Shoegaze, Experimental
  • Label: Burnt Hair
  • Catalog: BHR 006
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2739 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1456 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 952


1Eskimo Summer
2Stellar Voices


  • BassNicholas K. Sheren
  • GuitarEric N. Pieti, Nathan Shafer
  • Guitar, VocalsC. Benedict Badynee
  • PercussionJesse T. Rafferty


with inserts, label stamp on plain inner


Januarius Latin: Ianuarius Italian: Gennaro, also known as Januarius I of Benevento, was Bishop of Benevento and is a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church. While no contemporary sources on his life are preserved, later sources and legends claim that he died during the Great Persecution which ended with Diocletian's retirement in 305. Saint Januarius' Blood. Once the blood of Saint Januarius liquefies, the city erupts in celebration. If it does not liquefy, it means something disastrous will occur in Naples. Saint Januarius is now a venerated figure among the Neapolitans and the annual celebration on September 19th in which thousands of people view his liquifying blood is a highly significant and prophetic event. Traditional portrait of Saint Januarius. Source: public domain. Legends of the Saint Januarius. Поиск презентаций, докладов, научных статей, публикаций и других образовательных материалов по запросу album Saint-Januarius' Blood Thrice. Saint Januarius Story. Little is known about the life of Januarius. A dark mass that half fills a hermetically sealed four-inch glass container, and is preserved in a double reliquary in the Naples cathedral as the blood of St. Januarius, liquefies 18 times during the yearSaint Januarius Story. He is believed to have been martyred in the Emperor Diocletians persecution of 305. Legend has it that Januarius and his companions were thrown to the bears in the amphitheater of Pozzuoli, but the animals failed to attack them. Januarius, liquefies 18 times during the yearVarious experiments have been applied, but the phenomenon eludes natural explanation. Januarius, also known as Januarius I of Benevento, was Bishop of Benevento and is a martyr and saint of the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. Little is known of the life of Januarius. According to the legend, at a young age of 15, he became local priest of his parish in Benevento, which at the time was relatively pagan. When Januarius was 20, he became Bishop of Naples and befriended Juliana of Nicomedia and Saint Sossius whom he met during his priestly studies. During the long persecution of Christians by Emperor Diocletian, he hid his fellow Christians and prevented them from being caught. Unfortunately, while visiting Sossius in jail, he too was arrested. Mystery detective Massimo Polidoro investigates the case of the liquefying blood of St. Januarius, in this Legend Detectives episode, a show he co-hosted. The blood was shown to have liquefied shortly after 10 a. during Mass in the Naples Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary. The Mass was celebrated by Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, Archbishop of Naples, who in his homily, strongly criticized the violent crime of Neapolitan streets. Januarius, or San Gennaro in Italian, the patron of Naples, was a bishop of the city in the third century, whose bones and blood are preserved in the cathedral as relics. He is believed to have been martyred during Diocletian persecution. 19, the saint's feast day, the Saturday before the first Sunday of May, and Dec. 16, the anniversary of the 1631 eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Blood of St. Januarius is kept in a sealed glass ampoule. However, the blood is also said to spontaneously liquefy at certain other times, such as papal visits. On feast days, all relics, including St. Januarius blood are taken in procession from the cathedral to the Monastery of Santa Chiara, where the archbishop holds the reliquary up and tilts it to show that the contents are solid, and places it on the high altar next to the saint's other relics. Even though a few early scientific studies were conducted, the results did not provide satisfactory explanation to the bloods unusual behavior. Januarius is the patron saint of blood donors, goldsmiths, and people who have suffered heart attacks. His heroic life and courageous death offer a valuable example to imitate, while his patronage of Naples gives Italians and Italian-Americans an additional reason to celebrate. Januarius, pray for us