Stephen Iᵉʳ or Saint Stephen, born around 975 and died on August 15, 1038, founded the Kingdom of Hungary, of which he became king in 1000 or 1001. Canonized in 1083 for the evangelization of his country, he is today considered a the patron saint of Hungary and celebrated by the Catholic Church on August 16.
King St Etienne consecrated his country to the Virgin Mary. Hungary was the first country to be consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Hungary was surely touched by the Heart of God, because He chose this country to give his Flame of Love to the world.
We are all proud to see Hungary being at the forefront of the Flame of Love Movement. Elizabeth was therefore the first to be worthy of this marvelous gift for humanity.
During their trip to Hungary on August 11, 2011,
Christine Le Beau and Marcel Dufour the Canadian coordinator visited the historic places of Budapest during an international congress with the international coordinators Guilerme Morais and Rosalia his wife. Here is a photo of the crown of King Stephen of Hungary kept in the historic royal palace.
1914 - 1918
Hungary was very hard hit during the First World War by losing two thirds of its territory.
1939 - 1945
During the Second World War it was the terrible invasion by Germany. After the war, the Soviet Union occupied Hungary until 1990. Although communism was established throughout the country, Hungary never lost its faith.
Of Hungary and its people who have lived through so many hardships for more than a thousand years
and who nevertheless knew how to keep his Catholic faith.
Hungarians or Magyars, Ugric people living in Hungary, nearly 9.75 million and constituting significant minorities in Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine; in Canada there are nearly 28,000 and in the United States nearly 1.5 million. Hungarians are Christians, mostly Catholics; they speak Hungarian. Hungary is called the pearl of the Danube.
The history of Hungary dates back to the High Middle Ages when the Pannonian plain was colonized by the Magyars, a nomadic people from the center-north of present-day Russia.
Hungary was born.
The victory of Otto 1st at Lechfeld puts an end to the raids of the Hungarians in the West.
The Kingdom of Hungary: Stephen 1st (997 – 1038)
becomes king. He proposes Christianity to his subjects.
The Virgin Mary protected the Catholic faith
of the Hungarian people for more than 1000 years
The Ottomans (Muslims) of Turkey, eternal conquerors, had set their sights on Eastern and Central Europe, the invasion of Hungary was inevitable.
Crowned, Suleiman the Magnificent (Muslim), equipped a large army of almost 400,000 men and 30,000 camels, 40,000 horses and 300 cannons.
He marched on Catholic Hungary and despite the heroism of his defenders, he disintegrated the army in less than 48 hours. Then he arrived in Buda, present-day Budapest, He set fire to it. The Hungarian ruler "Louis ll" was martyred in the Battle of the Mohacs. (Left photo) The reason for this battle was the Hungarians' refusal to accept the Islamic religion. Louis had asked the Ottomans why they attacked Hungary; they replied that it is because Hungarians are disbelievers or kafirs. Suleiman the Magnificent completed the occupation, and Hungarians (men, women and children) were soon sold in the Istanbul slave market, numbering 100,000.
In the slave markets which competed with that of Istanbul, that is to say in the bazaars of Damascus, Baghdad, Cairo and Algiers, three million Hungarian slaves were also sold. But was not even satisfied with that. In fact, to create the Islamic State of Europe, he equipped a second army, and 400 new guns.
Suleiman the Magnificent set out from Hungary to conquer Austria. The ultra-Catholic Austria, which was now considered the bulwark of Christianity. He failed to conquer her. After 5 weeks of vain attacks, he preferred to beat a retreat. But in withdrawing, he massacred 30,000 peasants. …
Hungary had no hate interest towards the Turks, they did nothing towards the Ottomans. It took them 500 years before Hungary got rid of Islam. Today there are nearly 32,000 Muslims in Hungary, their history is largely based on the ancient occupation of Hungary by the Ottoman Empire, Islam, coming from Turkey.
The Turks occupy Buda and the Danube plain.
1540 - 1699
Hungary is divided into three: Royal Hungary (the capital: Pressburg), governed by the House of Austria, Turkish Hungary and Transylvania depending on the Ottomans (Muslims).
After the First World War, Muslim sects tried to establish their religion in Hungary.
Karolyi proclaims the independence of Hungary.
Hungary enters the war against the USSR.
1944 – 1945
The Soviet army occupies Hungary.
The communist party dismantles the majority agrarian party; Mr. Rakosi proclaims the Hungarian People's Republic and imposes a Stalinist regime.
1953 – 1955
Imre Nagy head of government initiates de-Stalinization.
October and November
Uprising of the people of Budapest for the liberalization of the regime and the revision of relations with the USSR. Soviet troops support a new government led by J. Kadar, and break the resistance of the population.
1962 – 1982
The Lord Jesus and the Virgin Mary choose a Hungarian, Elisabeth Kindelmann, to give the messages of the Flame of Love to the whole world.
“I am your gentle and understanding Mother, and in union with you I will save you.
King Saint Stephen consecrated his country to me, and I promised him that I would welcome into my heart his intercession and that of the Hungarian saints.
I would like to put a new instrument in your hands. I urge you to accept it, understanding its importance, for my Heart looks upon my country with affliction."
1st of August
“My little one, there are many souls like yours in my country (Hungary). But, united to you, I cover them with my maternal mantle and I hide their beggar souls from the eyes of my holy Son for fear. lest He be sad because of you."
"The Hungarian saints beg me with ineffable joy, my little Carmelite, so that my Flame of Love should be kindled as soon as possible in their country."
"My little one, the intercession of Saint Emeric for the youth is the most moving prayer of all the Hu00ngarian saints."
(Saint Emeric was the son of Saint Stephen, first king of Hungary. Educated with great care in the Christian faith, he died while still young during a hunting party, in the year 1031. His feast day is celebrated on November 5 .)
Virgin Mary - "As the Flame of Love of my Heart was kindled here, in Hungary, for this reason I want to implement many of my desires from here. Humanity needs my request to be fulfilled with the greatest dedication."
While the Blessed Virgin was talking about Carmel, Jesus interrupted her:
JESUS - "Because my Mother's Flame of Love is Noah's Ark."
The Lord Jesus repeated this many times too.
Let us remember the promise of the Blessed Virgin that she extends the effects of grace of her Flame of Love to all souls who are marked with the sign of the blessed Cross of her holy Son. The sign of the Cross blinds and drives out Satan in the same way as the prayer received from the Blessed Virgin: "Spread the effect of grace of your Flame of Love on all humanity" or that of the Lord Jesus: "May our feet walk together…”
Soviet troops complete their withdrawal from Hungary.
Hungary is integrated into NATO.
Hungary joins the European Union.
New Hungarian Religious Law
Effective January 1, the law recognizes 14 religious groups with 358 churches excluding Islam:
" Catholic Church; the Calvinist Church; the Evangelical Church; the Alliance of Jewish Communities; the Israelite Community; the Autonomous Orthodox Jewish Community; the Buda Department of the Serbian Church; the Universal Patriarch of Constantinople (Orthodox); the Bulgarian Orthodox Church; the Romanian Orthodox Church; the Russian Orthodox Church; the Unitarian Church; the Baptist Church; the church of faith.”
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