Cupertino Library Hours

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Cupertino Library Hours

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  • Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

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  • A city in north central California, west of San Jose, part of the Silicon Valley complex; pop. 40,263
  • Cupertino is a suburban city in Santa Clara County, California, U.S., directly west of San Jose on the western edge of the Santa Clara Valley with portions extending into the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. The population was 50,546 at the time of the 2000 census.
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From Dunce to Saint: St. Joseph Of Cupertino – Enhanced (Illustrated) (The Sins of Catholic Saints)
From Dunce to Saint: St. Joseph Of Cupertino - Enhanced (Illustrated) (The Sins of Catholic Saints)
This edition of From Dunce to Saint comes complete with a Bieber Touch-or-Click Table of Contents, and the Bieber Image Collection, a myriad of beautiful religious images.

From Dunce to Saint tells the story of St. Joseph Of Cupertino. Saint Joseph of Cupertino (Italian: San Giuseppe da Copertino) (June 17, 1603 – September 18, 1663) is an Italian saint. He was said to have been remarkably unclever, but prone to miraculous levitation and intense ecstatic visions that left him gaping. In turn, he is recognized as the patron saint of air travelers, aviators, astronauts, people with a mental handicap, test takers, and weak students. He was canonized in 1767.

His father, Felice (Felix) Desa, was a carpenter in the fortified town of Cupertino, located in the heel of the boot of Italy, on the Apulian peninsula within the then Kingdom of Naples. Known locally as a charitable man, he often guaranteed the debts of his poorer neighbors, often driving himself into debt as a result. Felix died prior to Joseph’s birth, leaving his wife Francesca Panara destitute and pregnant with the future saint.

As a child, Joseph was remarkably slow witted. He suffered from painful ulcers during his childhood, but after a hermit applied oil from the lamp burning before a picture of Our Lady of Grace, Joseph was completely cured of these. He was given the pejorative nickname “the Gaper,” due to his habit of staring blankly into space. He was also said to have had a violent temper.

When he was 17, Joseph attempted to join the Friars Minor Conventuals, but his lack of education prevented him from gaining admittance. He was soon after admitted as a Capuchin, but removed from the order shortly thereafter when his constant fits of ecstasy proved him unsuitable. Eventually, in his early twenties, he was admitted into a Franciscan friary near Cupertino. He had a learning disability, and legend has it that he would study intently one small section of the material he was set to learn, because that was all he was able to do, and pray that the material he studied would be what he was tested on. One time when the friar administered a test, he happened to ask the one question for which Joseph had prepared.

According to believers, Joseph could barely read or write, but continued to grow in holiness and wisdom, leading a life of poverty and prayer. He was unsuited for scholarship, but could answer intricate questions. He also performed menial tasks around the friary, such as gardening, looking after the animals, cleaning their stalls, and helping in the kitchen. Joseph was also often found wandering in a daze, winding up in different places in the friary unaware of how he got there.

When he was a candidate for deacon, the bishop at random asked Joseph to expound on the text “Blessed is the womb that bore thee.” He did well. Thus he was ordained deacon. When it was a question of the priesthood, the first candidates did so well that the remainder of the candidates, Joseph among them, were passed without examination and Joseph was ordained a priest in 1628.

You can purchase other religious works directly from Bieber Publishing.

Enjoy.

This edition of From Dunce to Saint comes complete with a Bieber Touch-or-Click Table of Contents, and the Bieber Image Collection, a myriad of beautiful religious images.

From Dunce to Saint tells the story of St. Joseph Of Cupertino. Saint Joseph of Cupertino (Italian: San Giuseppe da Copertino) (June 17, 1603 – September 18, 1663) is an Italian saint. He was said to have been remarkably unclever, but prone to miraculous levitation and intense ecstatic visions that left him gaping. In turn, he is recognized as the patron saint of air travelers, aviators, astronauts, people with a mental handicap, test takers, and weak students. He was canonized in 1767.

His father, Felice (Felix) Desa, was a carpenter in the fortified town of Cupertino, located in the heel of the boot of Italy, on the Apulian peninsula within the then Kingdom of Naples. Known locally as a charitable man, he often guaranteed the debts of his poorer neighbors, often driving himself into debt as a result. Felix died prior to Joseph’s birth, leaving his wife Francesca Panara destitute and pregnant with the future saint.

As a child, Joseph was remarkably slow witted. He suffered from painful ulcers during his childhood, but after a hermit applied oil from the lamp burning before a picture of Our Lady of Grace, Joseph was completely cured of these. He was given the pejorative nickname “the Gaper,” due to his habit of staring blankly into space. He was also said to have had a violent temper.

When he was 17, Joseph attempted to join the Friars Minor Conventuals, but his lack of education prevented him from gaining admittance. He was soon after admitted as a Capuchin, but removed from the order shortly thereafter when his constant fits of ecstasy proved him unsuitable. Eventually, in his early twenties, he was admitted into a Franciscan friary near Cupertino. He had a learning disability, and legend has it that he would study intently one small section of the material he was set to learn, because that was all he was able to do, and pray that the material he studied would be what he was tested on. One time when the friar administered a test, he happened to ask the one question for which Joseph had prepared.

According to believers, Joseph could barely read or write, but continued to grow in holiness and wisdom, leading a life of poverty and prayer. He was unsuited for scholarship, but could answer intricate questions. He also performed menial tasks around the friary, such as gardening, looking after the animals, cleaning their stalls, and helping in the kitchen. Joseph was also often found wandering in a daze, winding up in different places in the friary unaware of how he got there.

When he was a candidate for deacon, the bishop at random asked Joseph to expound on the text “Blessed is the womb that bore thee.” He did well. Thus he was ordained deacon. When it was a question of the priesthood, the first candidates did so well that the remainder of the candidates, Joseph among them, were passed without examination and Joseph was ordained a priest in 1628.

You can purchase other religious works directly from Bieber Publishing.

Enjoy.

Public Library at the Weser – X100

Public Library at the Weser - X100
[Explored] [Mar 25, 2012] [#189]

Public Library at the Weser river, Hameln (Germany).

Shot during blue hour.
A comparison between X100 & 5D.

Gear: X100.

Public Library at the Weser – 5D

Public Library at the Weser - 5D
Public Library at the Weser river, Hameln (Germany).

Shot during blue hour.
A comparison between X100 & 5D.

Gear: 5D, 24-105mm f/4.0L IS USM.

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Allsop Cupertino DVD Album 32
The Cupertino DVD Album from Allsop meets your storage needs and looks great doing it. It used to be that the only disc collection you had was music. The next collection you started was DVD movies. From Spaceballs to Star Wars to Indiana Jones it’s not too hard to build a collection quickly. The only problem with DVD’s is how much space the cases take up. The Cupertino DVD Album lets you get rid of those bulky DVD cases. It borrows from the Ipod’s slick look with under-side painted plastic, the shiny outer shell, and the shiny silver accents.

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