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  1. Saints are included in the total reality of Christ, constituting what Augustine called the totus Christus.
  2. Saints are excellent with children, but as with all giant breeds, should be supervised at play, and should have their training started early as a puppy. (Web site)
  3. Saints are in the inner circle, so to speak, and because of their status a word from them to the boss might be sufficient to get a wish granted. (Web site)
  4. Saints are not freaks or exceptions, they are the standard operating model for human beings. (Web site)
  5. Saints are not supposed to rest in peace; they're expected to keep busy: to perform miracles, to intercede. (Web site)

Aebbe The Younger

  1. Saint Aebbe the Younger (died 870) was an Abbess of Coldingham Priory in south-east Scotland.
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  3. There are no dictionary entries for aebbe the younger, but the, younger are spelled correctly.


  1. Agatha was a virgin woman, living circa 250 A. D., who rejected advances from a Roman senator. (Web site)
  2. Agatha was born at Catania and she was martyred in approximately AD 250. She is the patron saint of Catania. (Web site)
  3. Agatha was educated at home; her mother encouraged her to write from a very early age. (Web site)


  1. Agobard was a bishop of Lyons in France during the ninth century.
  2. Agobard was reverenced as a saint in Lyons, and although his canonization is disputed his life is given by the Bollandists, Acta Sanctorum, Jun.
  3. Agobard was reverenced as a saint in Lyons, and although his canonization is disputed his life is given by the Bollandists, Ada Sanctorum, Jun. (Web site)


  1. Alcuin was an English mathematician who wrote elementary texts on arithmetic, geometry and astronomy.
  2. Alcuin was appointed abbot of Saint Martin's Abbey at Tours in 796 by Charlemagne. (Web site)
  3. Alcuin was born c. (Web site)
  4. Alcuin was born in about 730 in York in England. (Web site)
  5. Alcuin was brought up at York from childhood. (Web site)


  1. Ambrose is the first Christian author to call Mary the type and image of the church. (Web site)
  2. Ambrose is also called the "Patron of the Veneration of Mary". (Web site)
  3. Ambrose was a Frankish citizen of Rome, born and raised between about 337 and 340 in Trier, into a Christian family.
  4. Ambrose was a great administrator, had superb leadership skills and took his responsibilities most seriously. (Web site)
  5. Ambrose was a master of rhetoric like Augustine himself, but older and more experienced.


  1. Anicetus was pope from about 154 to about 167 (the Vatican's list cites 150 or 157 to 153 or 168). (Web site)
  2. Anicetus was the first Roman Bishop to condemn heresy by forbidding Montanism. (Web site)
  3. Anicetus was the first pope to condemn heresy by forbidding Montanism.
  4. Anicetus was the first pope to make a public statement against heresy, when he condemned Montanism. (Web site)


  1. Ansgar is the patron saint of Denmark.
  2. Ansgar was a monk first at Corbie, then at Corvey. (Web site)
  3. Ansgar is the center of a large, consolidated district and has a total enrollment of 700 students. (Web site)
  4. Ansgar was a product of the phase of Christianization of Saxony begun by Charlemagne and continued by his son and successor, Louis the Pious. (Web site)
  5. Ansgar was already experienced in the missionary work in Denmark, and set forth to Sweden. (Web site)


  1. Antony is a primary reference, a model of how we are to hear the Word of God, an inspiration in spiritual combat, a radiant icon of holiness for the ages.
  2. Antony was a daring general in the army of Julius Caesar who rose to become one of Caesar's closest colleagues.
  3. Antony was accused of betraying his Roman citizenship by associating with a foreign woman. (Web site)
  4. Antony was accused of everything, but most of all, of "becoming native", an unforgivable crime to the proud Romans.
  5. Antony was also held responsible for Sextus Pompeius ' execution with no trial. (Web site)


  1. Apollonius was a Roman senator denounced as a Christian by one of his slaves. (Web site)
  2. Apollonius was a Roman senator of the second century, and a staunch defender of Christianity. (Web site)
  3. Apollonius was a Roman senator who was denounced as a Christian by one of his slaves. (Web site)
  4. Apollonius was a known figure in the medieval Islamic world.
  5. Apollonius was a vegetarian, and a disciple of Pythagoras.


  1. Bavo is the patron saint of Ghent, Belgium and Haarlem, Netherlands.
  2. Bavo is the patron saint of Belgium and Haarlem, Netherlands. (Web site)
  3. Bavo is the patron saint of Ghent, Belgium and Haarlem, the Netherlands.
  4. Bavo was born near Li--ge, Belgium, to a Frankish noble family that gave him the name Allowin.
  5. Bavo was converted to Christianity upon hearing a sermon preached by Saint Amand.


  1. Bede was a monk at the English monastery of Wearmouth and Jarrow, in Northumbria.
  2. Bede was a careful historian.
  3. Bede was a spiritual student of his abbey -s founder, St Benedict Biscop, and was ordained in 702 by St John of Beverley. (Web site)
  4. Bede was also unique in that he carefully noted when he borrowed from the writings of others (a refreshing honesty in that age of unscrupulous copying). (Web site)
  5. Bede was buried in St. Paul's church in Jarrow, where a porch on the north side bore his name. (Web site)


  1. Bonaventure was proclaimed a saint in 1482 by Pope Sixtus IV. In 1588, Pope Sixtus V declared him a Doctor of the Church.
  2. Bonaventure was nominated as archbishop of York in 1265, but refused the honor. (Web site)
  3. Bonaventure was born at Bagnoregio (near Viterbo, Italy), the son of John of Fidanza. (Web site)
  4. Bonaventure was inscribed among the principal Doctors of the Church by Sixtus V, 14 March, 1557. (Web site)
  5. Bonaventure was nominated as archbishop of York in 1265, but refused the honour.


  1. Felix was ordained priest and Augebert deacon, but they were killed by pagans in Champagne before they could undertake their mission.
  2. Felix was known as a gentle knight. (Web site)
  3. Felix was not than enthralled with the CFA article.
  4. Felix was remembered for his spirit of obedience, angelic purity, love of mortification and patience. (Web site)


  1. Irenaeus is also known as one of the first theologians to use the principle of apostolic succession to refute his opponents. (Web site)
  2. Irenaeus is the first of the church fathers to consider the mystic number 666. (Web site)
  3. Irenaeus is the first to draw comparisons between Eve and Mary, contrasting the faithlessness of the former with the faithfulness of the latter. (Web site)
  4. Irenaeus was a student of Polycarp, who was said to have been tutored by John the Apostle[20]. (Web site)
  5. Irenaeus was sent to Lyons, France, and was ordained a priest.

John The Baptist

  1. John the Baptist was a great person and on his greatness are three points worth mentioning: .Saint John was great by the testimony of heaven itself.
  2. John the Baptist was a cousin of the Holy Virgin Mary.
  3. John the Baptist is the last of the prophets.
  4. John the Baptist is known as Yahya in Arabic and in the Qur'an.
  5. John the Baptist was beheaded by Herod Antipas and the apostle John was supposedly the author of the fourth Gospel and Revelation.


  1. Lawrence was a monk of St. Andrew’s on the Coelian Hill in Rome. (Web site)
  2. Lawrence was born in Binondo, Manila in the Philippines between 1600 and 1610; his father was Chinese and his mother Filipino.
  3. Lawrence was just twenty-one years old when he was martyred.
  4. Lawrence was strapped to a gridiron and slowly roasted over an open flame.


  1. Nicholas is the great patron of children and of Christmas giving.
  2. Nicholas is the patron of sailors and prisoners.
  3. Nicholas was a Hebrew scholar who endorsed the Hebrew canon according to the judgment of Jerome.
  4. Nicholas was a polite and charming child but lacking in any interest or curiosity in his tutors' lessons. (Web site)
  5. Nicholas was also the name of two czars of Russia and five popes.


  1. Peter is to the Eastern Church as Paul is to the Western Church. (Web site)
  2. Peter was a bishop and first Pope. (Web site)
  3. Peter was a descendant of Juan de Betancurt, one of the Norman conquerors of the Canary Islands.
  4. Peter was a native priest, who died in prison of wounds he received for the faith while awaiting the decree of decapitation (Benedictines). (Web site)
  5. Peter was born at Valladolid, Spain, to a noble family, and entered the Franciscan Order in his native city at the age of thirteen.


  1. Stephen was abbot there from c.1109 and from his abbacy date the Cistercians; the spirit and organization of that order reflect St. Stephen's ideas. (Web site)
  2. Stephen was a young Englishman who lived in the twelfth century.
  3. Stephen was a deacon in the early Church.
  4. Stephen is a radical right extremist.
  5. Stephen is the most famous of these.


  1. Zita is known as the patron saint of domestic workers.
  2. Zita was born in the beginning of the thirteenth century at Montsegradi, a village near Lucca, Italy.
  3. Zita was diligent in her work.
  4. Zita was happy to be able to work and send money to her parents.
  5. Zita was hurt but she prayed for patience.


  1. Abanoub was born in a town called Nehisa (or Nehesa, a village near Talkha, Egypt) in the Nile Delta.
  2. Abanoub was born in a town called Nehisa in the Nile Delta.
  3. Abanoub was only twelve years old when he was martyred by the Roman ruler.

Abban The Hermit

  1. Abban the Hermit is a roman catholic saint.


  1. Abdas was put to death and a great persecution of Christians in Persia began which lasted for the next forty years.

Abdel Messih El-Makari

  1. Countless miracles continue to occur to this day through the intercession of St. Abouna Abdel Messih El-Makari.
  2. Abdel Messih El-Makari (or El-Manahri) was a Coptic Orthodox monk and priest, and a 20th century Coptic saint.


  1. Abdon is also called Abdo or Abdus; and Sennen is also known as Sennes, Sennis, or Zennen. (Web site)


  1. Abra is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. (Web site)
  2. Little is known about Abra, who became a consecrated virgin, dedicated to good works among the Christians of Poitiers, in France. (Web site)
  3. Abra's economy is agriculture-based. (Web site)


  1. Acacius was a Cappadocian by birth, also known as Agathus. (Web site)
  2. Acacius was a notorious hypocrite who often made religion serve his private interests. (Web site)
  3. Acacius was always an avowed rigorist in conduct and enjoyed great repute for piety. (Web site)


  1. Acarius was a pupil of Saint Columbanus around 594. (Web site)


  1. Adalard is a name usually given to boys. (Web site)
  2. Adalard was abbot of Corbie and Pepin's prime minister.

Adalbert of Magdeburg

  1. Born to a noble family in Bohemia, he received part of his education from St. Adalbert of Magdeburg. (Web site)
  2. Find out what Adalbert of Magdeburg means: The Oxford Dictionary of Saints has the definition of Adalbert of Magdeburg.
  3. The Archbishopric of Magdeburg was founded in 968 at the synod of Ravenna; Adalbert of Magdeburg was consecrated as its first archbishop. (Web site)

Adalbert of Prague

  1. A student in Adalbert's time who went on to do important work among the Slavs was Vojt--ch of Prague, later canonized as Saint Adalbert of Prague.
  2. In 997, Boleslaus I, then duke of Poland, gave military protection to Saint Adalbert of Prague when he went to convert the Prussians.
  3. Adalbert of Prague had already in 977 entertained the idea of becoming a missionary in Prussia.


  1. Adamnan was active in the politics of his day.
  2. Adamnan was born of royal blood in County Donegal sometime around 624.
  3. Adamnan was delighted with himself.
  4. Adamnan was noted for the gift of prophecy until his death. (Web site)


  1. Addai is also known as Addeus--- or Thaddeus which is a doublet for Judas Thomas. (Web site)
  2. Addai was sent by Saint Thomas the Apostle to Edessa in order to to heal King Abgar the Black, a correspondent of Jesus ' who had fallen ill. (Web site)
  3. Addai was sent by Saint Thomas the Apostle to heal King Abgar the Black, a correspondent of Jesus' who had fallen ill.


  1. Adeodatus was a monk at St. Erasmo on the Caelian Hill before his election to the papacy in 672. (Web site)
  2. Adeodatus was generous in his aid to the victims of these disasters, as well as to the poor generally. (Web site)
  3. Adeodatus was the first pope to date events in terms of his reign, and he died in the fourth year of his reign, or in 676. (Web site)

Aebbe The Elder

  1. It may be that Paris confused the better known Aebbe the Elder with her pupil, Saint Etheldreda.
  2. Thus a second Abbess Aebbe has been erroneously created to explain the fact that the attack happen nearly 200 years after the death of Aebbe the Elder.


  1. Aedan was the name of 21 early Irish saints.


  1. Aengus was told he could marry Caer if he could identify her as a swan.
  2. Aengus was the foster-father and protector of Diarmuid Ua Duibhne of the Fianna.
  3. Aengus was taken to the lake of the Dragon's Mouth, and there he saw 150 maidens all chained with gold into pairs. (Web site)


  1. Afra is a qualified and experienced adult educator with over 15 years experience as an instructor. (Web site)
  2. Afra was caught up in the persecutions of Emperor Diocletian in Roman Augsburg. (Web site)
  3. Afra was given over as a prostitute to the service of the goddess by her own mother Hilaria, or Hilara.
  4. Afra was the first member of the black race to make his ascension. (Web site)
  5. Afra is the patron saint of Africa and of the black race.


  1. Agapius was arrested in AD 304. He remained in prison for two years and was tortured on multiple occasions. (Web site)


  1. A relic of his arm was brought to Guardavalle in 1584 by the bishop of Squillace, Marcello Sirleto, hence Agathius' patronage of this city. (Web site)
  2. Saint Agathius, also known as Achatius or Acacius of Byzantium was a Cappadocian centurion of the imperial army.


  1. Agatho was a Sicilian, probably from Palermo. (Web site)


  1. A letter of Pope Zacharias in 747 commends Agilulfus for signing the Charta verae et orthodoxae professionis.
  2. Agilulfus' violent end soon after could be a result of Martel seeking revenge. (Web site)
  3. Not long afterwards Agilulfus was elected Bishop of Cologne.

Agnellus of Pisa

  1. Agnellus of Pisa, born there c. (Web site)
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  1. Agnes was a mere child, a little girl of twelve. (Web site)
  2. Agnes was a sickly woman.
  3. Agnes was accepted by St. Francis and placed in St. Damian's.
  4. Agnes was always free with her wealth in service of the poor.
  5. Agnes was an eligible heiress in her own right.

Agnes of Assisi

  1. Her sister Agnes of Assisi also left her parents and followed her to Sant'Angelo.
  2. St. Agnes of Assisi - Brief biography of the younger sister of St. Clare, and prioress of the Poor Clares at Monticelli.
  3. Her sister, Saint Agnes of Assisi, five years younger than she- and whose feast is November 16-was with her when she died, and died three months after her.


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