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  POMOG - Complete List of Saints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Saints Spyridon and Nicodemus the prosphora-bakers of the Kiev Caves.
Saints Thalassius, Limnaeus, and Baradates, hermits of Syria.
Saints Sabbas and Alexius the hermit of the Kiev Caves.
www.pomog.org /saintlist.shtml   (11252 words)

  
 List of saints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The saint has been removed from the Roman Catholic calendar of saints due to a lack of historical evidence.
It is sometimes wrongly believed he was "de-canonized" or declared not to be a saint, but this is not the case and he is still so recognized.
List of canonizations, for a list of Catholic canonizations by date
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_saints   (442 words)

  
 List of saints
The saints below are listed in alphabetical order by christian name, but if necessary by surname, the place or attribute part of name as well.
The "non-historical" column records saints who have been officially declared to have not really existed by a church which formerly recognised the individual as historical.
Note that the churches within the Anglican communion do not officially canonize saints, though a number of traditional saints are often given the title.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ch/Christian_saint.html   (83 words)

  
 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of January 30
Saint Waldetrudis, abbess of Mons, were the daughters of Saints Walbert and Bertilia.
According to the Roman Martyrology, Saint Barsimaeus was the third bishop of Edessa from Saint Jude.
Saint Bathildis is generally pictured as a crowned queen or nun before the altar of the Virgin, two angels support a child on a ladder (the ladder implies the pun échelle-Chelles) and also the vision she is said to have had at her death.
www.saintpatrickdc.org /ss/0130.htm   (2588 words)

  
 Saints and Martyrs
The stories of the saints were recorded in the literature from the earliest time, and an iconographic convention suggests that this recording was somehow significant to their sanctity, as saints are so often depicted holding a book; a sort of medieval ID card of sainthood.
Although the images and altars to the saints were accessible to the laity, the martyrologies and legendaries, or works of saints' lives, were largely confined to the literate clergy, as they were produced in Latin.
The official saints of the church were ratified by their inclusion in the written works of the church and interpreted for the laity by the clergy.
medievalwriting.50megs.com /word/saints.htm   (991 words)

  
 Ask a Catholic: How do people become saints?
It means that the candidate, already called blessed, is entered into the worldwide list of saints recognized by the Roman Catholic Church.
The church does not claim that its own list of saints is exhaustive.
The church is looking for original saints, who responded to the unique needs of their times, and so can open the way of holiness to others.
www.cptryon.org /ask/ask/beat.html   (756 words)

  
 Amazing Catholic Saints-a list of Catholic Saints, bios, pictures, facts & fun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Did you know these Saints are entrusted by God to help you in life with any worries you may have through the merits of Jesus Christ.
Grant to Your faithful people, we beseech You, O Lord, to rejoice always in the veneration of all the saints, and to be protected by their constant prayers.
The Saints are some of His finest creations and He is extremely happy when you notice and admire His masterpieces.
www.kids-amazing-catholic-saints-pictures-and-bios.com   (802 words)

  
 DeoOmnisGloria.com: Comment on Complete List of Saints
saint doesnt mean a good person a saint is a believer who follows the teachings of Christ.
Please see Praying to Saints: Are they Really Listening and Saints: The Best Friends You Could Hope for for an explanation.
Saints are people who are almost like a representation.
www.deoomnisgloria.com /cgi-bin/mt/mt-c.cgi?entry_id=268   (205 words)

  
 Saints List
Here is the list of saints whose details are available.
Each may be visited by clicking on his or her name.
Some pages are shared by two or more saints - scroll down for the second or third ones.
www.angelfire.com /me4/saints/list.html   (56 words)

  
 Catholic Pages Directory: » SAINTS
Canonization of Saints An outline of the history and the processes of beatification and canonization as it existed in 1952.
New Evangelization with the Saints In this article from L'Osservatore Romano, Archbishop Edward Nowak, Secretary of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, explains the large increase in beatifications and canonizations in the last 20 years.
Saints are not freaks or exceptions, they are the standard operating model for human beings.
www.catholic-pages.com /dir/saints.asp   (1015 words)

  
 The Curt Jester: My list of saints
Leon Bloy said "there’s only one tragedy, not to be a saint." If I persevere I wouldn't be surprised to spend so long in purgatory that they name a room in honor of me. They could tell newer residence to have hope and use me as an example.
I was once involved in an interesting conversation about the quote "there’s only one tragedy, not to be a saint." I was at a Sisters of Mercy convent having dinner and talking with a girl who was discerning whether or not she should become a sister.
Of course you want to be a saint!" And she replied with "oh yeah, otherwise I'd be in Purgatory!" And I said "well, no, souls in Purgatory eventually go to Heaven, it's the souls who don't make it even to Purgatory who never become saints.
www.splendoroftruth.com /curtjester/archives/002584.php   (752 words)

  
 Saints
Saints of the Crocco Cabal of the Erisian Church
Carmine Donatelli Crocco - the patron saint of peasants and cafoni, was born in Rionero in VĂșlture amidst the beautiful lakes and wooded mountains of Northern Basilicata.
Madalyn Murray O'Hair - Patron saint of public schools Her belief that “Religion is induced insanity” makes her a perfect saint for the Discordian church.
members.tripod.com /~tohn/saints.html   (1805 words)

  
 Behind the Name: Saints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
These lists of saints were created from a list of saints found at Catholic Online and amended to the best of my ability.
Shortly after the death of Christ the title of saint, in Latin sanctus, was given to the Apostles, Evangelists and other early Christian martyrs and confessors.
These days the process of declaring a person to be a saint can be lengthy.
www.behindthename.com /namesakes/lists/saint.php   (157 words)

  
 SAINTS OF GOD, SAINTS IN HEAVEN
Besides, the Church prays to the saints, as, for example, in the solemn Litany of the Saints.
The Church's teaching on the invocation of the saints is thus defined by the Council of Trent.
If the angels make intercession for us, certainly the saints, who are united to us by the bond of a common human nature, and by the supernatural bond of the Communion of Saints, have the same power and the same privilege.
www.jesus-passion.com /Saints.htm   (1182 words)

  
 Talk:List of saints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A "List of saints" article should answer the question "Who are the saints?", just as a List of famous Canadians article should answer the question "Who are famous Canadians?" The answer to that question should be qualified with which church or churches recognize a person's sainthood; that's part of the answer to that question.
The Buddhist arhat could be translated "saint" but is most frequently an epithet of Gautama himself and doesn't appear to be used in an equivalent manner; that would be bodhisattva which does not translate to "saint" at all.
List of canonized saints is patently inappropriate, as not even all those on the list as it stands were formally canonized.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:List_of_saints   (10031 words)

  
 Church of Reality - List of Saints
To become a saint in the Church of Reality you have to put yourself in a position of grave personal risk in order to promote an idea that is real in the face of a public who refuses to face reality.
People who do this are heroes and are the visionaries that move humanity forward against the tide of fear and religious mythology.
Thus a saint in this church might be someone who contributed significantly to science or protecting rights necessary to the pursuit of Reality rather than those who are without sins.
www.churchofreality.org /saints/index.htm   (830 words)

  
 Orthodox Saints, Lives, Alphabetical List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Nicholas the Wonderworker, Saint, archbishop of Myra in Lycia -- 6/19 December
Nikola, Saint, Svjatosha, prince of Chernigov and wonderworker of the Kiev Caves -- 14/27 October
Tykhon (Tichon), Saint, bishop of Voronezh, wonderworker of Zadonsk and All Russia -- 13/26 August
www.stjohndc.org /russian/Saints/e_00_Title_Alpha.htm   (1014 words)

  
 DeoOmnisGloria.com: Saints Archives
Canon norms regarding the procedure to be followed for causes of saints are contained in the Apostolic Constitution 'Divinus Perfectionis Magister,' promulgated by John...
Prompted by the continual insistance by one of our "separated" brothers in Christ that it is wrong to ask the saints to pray for us, I have decided it worthwhile to post an explanation of why we, as Catholics, pray...
Canonization or the canonizing of certain individuals as saints is an old tradition in the Catholic Church.
www.deoomnisgloria.com /archives/cat_saints.html   (589 words)

  
 Townsend Library Saints and Iconography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
An exhaustive list of Saints and Angels, with detailed information about each, sponsored by Catholic Online.
Saints' lives portion of the Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies, an academic site, written and maintained by medieval scholars for the benefit of fellow instructors and serious students.
Authors are held to high standards of accuracy, currency, and relevance to the field of medieval studies.
alamo.nmsu.edu /library/saints.html   (135 words)

  
 Devotion - Patron Saints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Saints are men and women who have lived their lives (and very often gave them up freely) in such a way as to be rewarded with the Kingdom of God.
The road to being officially recognized by the Church as a saint in a long one.
Based on the course of their lives and the circumstances surrounding them, some of the saints serve as "patrons" of certain peoples, places, things, and occupations, as they intercede for us before God.
www.scborromeo.org /patron.htm   (176 words)

  
 Saints names and prayers - Good News Ministries Online
A comprehensive list of Saints' names, their meanings, their Feast Days, and tidbits of information about who each Saint is and what was remarkable about their lives.
I sent the prayer to Saint Alexius (patron saint of the homeless, July 17) to a friend whose ex-husband was homeless, and a day later he had a home to live in!
After several years of struggling to understand what role Mary and the saints should have in her life, she experienced a miraculous overnight devotion to the Blessed Mother.
wordbytes.org /saints/index.html   (742 words)

  
 List of Popes Saints and Blessed
Saint Sixtus I (115-125) -- also called Xystus I
The above first 35 popes are all considered to be saints.
is his number in the list of all popes.
www.safran-arts.com /42day/more/moreinfo/stpopes.html   (76 words)

  
 Saints List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Be earnest always to be in union first with the Lord and then with the saints; that after death they also may receive you as known friends.
“It is important that the ‘communion of persons’ in the family should become a preparation for the ‘communion of saints.’ This is why the Church both believes and proclaims the love which ‘endures all things’ (1Cor13:7); Everyone is called to love, including spouses and families.
Saint Thomas a Beckett, Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr
www.childrenofmedjugorje.com /medj/reports/saints2004.htm   (7258 words)

  
 Cynical-C Blog: List of Saints
Before the 1969 reform of the Roman calendar, Christopher was listed as a martyr who died under Decius.
Before the formal canonization process began in the fifteenth century, many saints were proclaimed by popular approval.
In 1969, the Church took a long look at all the saints on its calendar to see if there was historical evidence that that saint existed and lived a life of holiness.
www.cynical-c.com /archives/001715.html   (269 words)

  
 Saints
In the past the Catholic Church had declared that certain deceased people are Saints or Blessed.
To determine which Saint's Feast Day is celebrated or commemorated in the Mass, according to the 1962 Missal, on a specific date see our Calendar.
Since 1962, the Church has changed or deleted some of these Feast Days, and the last column indicates whether this Saint's Day was unchanged (same), changed (new date listed), or no longer celebrated (no longer).
web2.airmail.net /~carlsch/MaterDei/Saints/index.htm   (312 words)

  
 Patron Saints list and information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The baptismal saint took on a special meaning akin to a guardian and protector.
It was expected that the person baptised would become familiar with their patron saint, model themselves after the saint's life, and pray to them for protection and guidance.
Are you seeking a saint name for your boy or a saint name for your girl?
www.saint-name.com /patron-saints.html   (181 words)

  
 Welcome to Saints of the Earth - Psychic Readings, Online Psychic Readings, Live Psychics, Email Psychic Readings, ...
Each saint has biographical information, prayers, images and other material, and is cross-indexed by patronage topics, nationality, and a calendar of saints and feasts of...
Catholicchurchsaints.com is the place to visit for Catholic saints: Catholic saint list, Catholic patron saints, and those hard to find Catholic saint medals and Catholic saint statues.
The patron saint festivals are festivals in homor of the patron saint of each municipality...
www.psychicsaints.com /9/patron-saint-list.html   (523 words)

  
 The Invisible Basilica: Reuss Saints
The list of saints included in Theodor Reuss's 1920 e.v.
German translation of the Gnostic Mass includes four names which are not found in the standard list: Dante Alighieri, Ludwig von Fischer, Doktor Franz Hartmann and Charles Détré.
There are a number of individuals in the historical records with this name (with or without the "von"), none of whom seem to have a clear claim to esoteric sainthood.
www.hermetic.com /sabazius/reusssaints.htm   (471 words)

  
 Cynical-C Blog: Comment on List of Saints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Catholic.org has an entire list of saints listed alphabetically including the saints who were dropped from the universal calendar such as St.
There are several legends about him including the one in which he was crossing a river when a child asked to be carried across.
In taking that long look, the Church discovered that there was little proof that many "saints", including some very popular ones, ever lived.
www.cynical-c.com /mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=1715   (287 words)

  
 Saints
A fairly extensive list of saints can be found http://www.catholic.org/saints/stsindex.html.
Most of the saints which were covered in the class or included in the liturgy are from this century in order to give examples of holiness in the modern world.
Member of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society during her studies, and specialized in pediatric medicine to help mothers and babies.
home.flash.net /~potempa/confirmation/saints.html   (740 words)

  
 St. Ephrem School - Saints
The Saints and Angels page at Catholic Online is probably the largest collection of facts and information concerning Saints and Angels on the Internet.
The Saints Index is an exhaustive list of Saints that contains all known information pertaining to each Saint.
There is also information about this months Saints, general FAQ about Saints, Patron Saints, Ethnic Saints and a Feastday List.
users.nni.com /ephrem/saints.htm   (189 words)

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