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Saint

(sānt),
Charles F.M., 20th-century South African surgeon. See: Saint triad.
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A 1959 Mercedes-Benz owned and driven by Catholic Saint The Blessed Padre Pio, is to be sold by COYS, the international car auctioneers in Padova, Italy.
A woman severely burned when her skirt caught fire while she prayed near a statue of a Catholic saint in a Pacoima church can seek punitive damages against the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, a judge ruled Wednesday.
He continued: ``So, the last remains of that spoiled priest suffered the fate of a Catholic saint,''but qualifies it incontext,adding,``such behaviour would not have surprised Milton, who had,in general, a low opinion of the human race.
She becomes the first Jewish-born Catholic saint since the time of the Apostles.
So my decision to put an old Catholic Saint Sebastian medal around my neck on a piece of string really didn't mean much.
In Cuba, December 4 is the feast date of Chano, and of Santa Barbara, the catholic saint, who is used as a camouflage for the African Orisha Shango.
Joseph, the husband of Mary and earthly father of Jesus, is a Catholic saint, though the home-selling tradition is not endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church.
Hedd Wyn is set to join forces with a Catholic saint and martyr, of whom a pounds 40,000 statue could soon join that of the great poet's in the village centre, to breathe life anew into the community.
A Mohawk woman who lived in upstate New York and Quebec, Canada in the 17th century will become the first American-Indian to be canonized as a Catholic saint by the Church in Rome this Sunday.
There is even a grass-roots movement that is trying to open an official investigation into whether Mattie should be recognized as a Catholic saint.
Ciarrocchi joins 1,400 Philadelphians and other pilgrims who are traveling to Rome for the event, which is the final step in making the Philadelphia heiress a Roman Catholic saint.
Each important in the life of the person who may be America's first black Catholic saint -- Pierre Toussaint.

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