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The saints are seen as models of holiness to be imitated, and as a 'cloud of witnesses' that strengthen and encourage the believer during his or her spiritual journey (Hebrews 12:1).
The saints are seen as elder brothers and sisters in Christ, and just as believers may ask their fellow brothers and sisters on earth for intercessory prayer, the prayers of the saints in heaven can be requested as well.
Saints are believed to have a power of intercession with God (Allah), and thus the ability to perform miracles and to give power or blessings known as baraka.
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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Saint Marinus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Saint Marinus was the founder of one of the world's oldest surviving republics, San Marino, in 301.
Marinus sent the pallium to the distinguished Fulk of Reims, and, at the request of King Alfred of England, freed from all taxes the Schola Anglorum, or headquarters of the English in Rome.
Marinus was buried in the portico of St. Peter's.
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 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of September 4
As the great-granddaughter of Charles Martel, Saint Ida was reared in the Merovingian court.
Saint Marinus is portrayed in art as a bearded layman with a stonemason's hammer.
Saint Rosalia, a hermitess at Palermo, is honored because of a miracle that occurred five centuries after her death: her relics are said to have rescued the city from the throes of a plague.
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 Global Education Reference
The island of Saint Helena is 1,200 miles from the southwest cost of Africa in the southern Atlantic Ocean.
Saint Kitts and Nevis - History & Background, Constitutional & Legal Foundations, Educational System—overview, Preprimary & Primary Education, Secondary Education
The smallest republic in the world, San Marino was founded in 350 A.D. According to the 1997 Information Please Almanac, St. Marinus and a group of Christians first settled it.
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 Holidays and Festivals - St James to St Michael
Joan was compelled by voices of her favorite saints to take up arms in defence of her country.
The Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis, better known as St. Kitts and Nevis, is a pair of islands in the Carribean.
Patron saint of lights, because her name is derived from the Latin "lux" meaning light, and patron saint of people with eye problems because her eyes were plucked out and her vision was miraculously restored (according to legend) shortly before she was burned at the stake by the Romas for being a Christian.
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 Religious Links - Communion Baptism Confirmation Religious Items & Religious Gifts - My Religious Items
Saint Christopher, for example, is considered the patron of travelers; Saint Luke, the patron of doctors; and Saint Patrick, the patron of Ireland.
The honoring of patron saints is especially common in the Roman Catholic Church.
Florian is the patron saint of firefighters, and St. Christopher is the patron saint of travellers, for example.
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 San Marino - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
Tradition has it that in ad 301 a Christian stonecutter named Marinus from the island of Rab, off the coast of Dalmatia, came to the city of Rimini.
Marinus soon took refuge on nearby Mount Titano, where he gathered a small group of Christians seeking escape from religious persecution.
With the passage of time, Marinus was venerated as Saint Marinus (or San Marino in Italian), and his community developed the institutions of a small state.
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 Saint Germain
Saint Germain was a master of the ancient wisdom and of the knowledge of the Matter spheres.
Saint Germain explained to him that "as in all ages past, there was a portion of the people who became more interested in the temporary pleasures of the senses than in the larger creative plan of the Great God Self.
Thus Saint Germain, white-robed, jeweled slippers and belt emitting star-fire from far-off worlds, was the mystery Master smiling just beyond the veil--mirroring the imagings of his mind in the soul of the last of the great Neoplatonic philosophers.
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 Saint Augustine of Hippo, Phoenician Punic
Saint Augustine of Hippo was an icon of the Christian faith and came from a Phoenician Punic stock.
Saint Augustine of Hippo was born at Tagaste on 13 November, 354.
However, the admirable virtues that made Monica (Saint Monica) the ideal of Christian mothers at length brought her husband the grace of baptism and of a holy death, about the year 371.
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 SAINT JEROME   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Marinus was born at the Dutch town of Romerswaele c.
The great doctor of Latin Church is depicted in his studio; he wears the cardinal’s purple (one of his most frequent attributes though he was never a cardinal) and sits at a table on which papers, pen an ink probably allude to his task of translating into Latin the Bible called Vulgata.
The skull in the foreground and the crucifix are reminiscent of the time the saint spent in meditation in the solitude of desert.
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 Selected lives of Saints. July - August
The saints, finding themselves on earth, penetrated the higher world with their spirit, and some saw hosts of angels, others earned the right to see the image of God (Isaiah, Ezekiel), others were transported to the third Heaven and heard secret indescribable words there, for example, the Apostle Paul.
Saint Gleb is considered to be an educator of the Murom-Riazan region, where from those ancient times up to now he is remembered as the first Christian evangelist and protector of the country.
Saint Basil was buried in Moscow in the church of the Protection of the Most Holly Theotokos that is usually referred to as the Cathedral of St. Basil, fool-for-Christ-sake.
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 OSB. Saints of the Order of Saint Benedict. L-R
This bloody deed was done in 678, and the remains of the Saint were carried to the abbey of St. Maxentius in Poitiers.
Saint Frances of Rome placed her Oblates under the spiritual direction of priests of this Order.
Relics, Feast of, on 30 October was celebrated the feast of all the Saints who relics are deposited in the churches of our holy Order to remind us that if we would share their happiness we must walk in their footsteps.
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 OCA - The Lives of the Saints
Saint Patrick, the Enlightener of Ireland was born around 385, the son of Calpurnius, a Roman decurion (an official responsible for collecting taxes)....
Saint Marinus, inspired by ardent love for Christ the Savior, destroyed a temple of the idolaters during one of the pagan festivals, trampling the sacrifices...
Saint Macarius of Kalyazin (in the world Matthew) was born in 1400 in the village of Gribkovo (Kozhino), near the city of Kashin, into the family of...
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 OCA - Lives of all saints commemorated on this day
Saint Jonah was one of those martyred with Sts Jonah and Barachisius.
Saint Marinus (Mares) was one of those martyred with Sts Jonah and Barachisius.
Saint John (Saakadze) of Manglisi was born in 1668 and spiritually nurtured in the Davit-Gareji Wilderness.
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Peter Damian, his first biographer, and almost all the Camaldolese writers assert that St. Romuald's age at his death was one hundred and twenty, and that therefore he was born about 907.
Marinus and Romuald, he abandoned his office and relations, and fled to Cuxa, where he took the habit of St. Benedict, while Romuald and
Marinus erected a hermitage close to the monastery.
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Saint Gontran, King of Burgundy, took from the Lombards in 574 the valleys of Suse and Maurienne, and in 576 founded near the shrine a bishopric, which was suffragan of Vienne.
Among the saints specially honoured in, or connected with, the diocese are: Saint Aper (Avre), a priest who founded a refuge for pilgrims and the
Marinus, monk of Chandor, martyred by the Saracens (eighth century); St. Landry, pastor of Lanslevillard (eleventh century), drowned in the Arc during one of his
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 St. Romuald
Such a date not only results in a series of improbabilities with regard to events in the saint's life, but is also irreconcilable with known dates, and probably was determined from some mistaken inference by St. Peter Damian.
On the advice of Guarinus, Abbot of San Miguel-de-Cuxa, in Catalonia, and of Marinus and Romuald, he abandoned his office and relations, and fled to Cuxa, where he took the habit of St. Benedict, while Romuald and Marinus erected a hermitage close to the monastery.
For five years the saint lived a life of great austerity, gathering round him a band of disciples.
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Saint Augustine's Church was formerly a chapel of the parish of Trinity Church (Wall Street) and is the outgrowth of two churches - All Saints' Church and Saint Augustine's Chapel.
After nearly seventy years of great activity and witness to the faith of Christ, Saint Augustine's was closed and the congregation merged with that of All Saints' in the winter of 1944-45.
Saint Augustine's was separated from Trinity Parish in 1976 at which time Trinity endowed Saint Augustine's.
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 Tarsus (city) Summary
Tarsus was the birthplace of Saint Paul (Acts 9:11; 21:39; 22:3), who took refuge there after his conversion (Acts 9:30), and was joined by Barnabas (Acts 11:25).
At about the end of the tenth century, the Armenians established a diocese of their rite, which still exists; Saint Nerses of Lambroun was its most distinguished representative in the twelfth century.
In Tarsus, at the junction point of the land and maritime routes connecting Çukurova to Central Anatolia in the Mediterranean Region, the typical Mediterranean climate is dominant.
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 Orthodox Christian Lives of Saints - organized by name
Jonah, Bishop of Manchuria: A New Saint is Glorified
Romanos the Melodist and Saint Cassiane Sep 7
Shio and Simeon of Mgvime, Venerable Saints of Georgia
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 Patron Saints Index: Saint Marinus
Marino; Marinao; Marinus of San Marino; Marinus the Dalmatian; Marinus of Dalmatia
The small country of San Marino is named for him.
of natural causes; relics in the Basilica of Saint Marinus
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 SAINT Articles from AMAZINES.COM - The Article Database and EZine Publishers Database   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Worship is reserved for God alone, whereas Saints are venerated (see veneration), respected, and should be viewed as role models.
If you have been one fanatic of the television series titled ‘Saint’ which was shown years ago, then you may find the new Volvo C30 to be just like the one that Roger Moore used in that television series.
Saint Benard dogs have such a keen sense of smell that they can smell out people burried deep in the snow.
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 ipedia.com: Saint Marinus Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Saint Marinus was the founder of the world's oldest surviving republic, San Marino, in 301.
Tradition is that he was a flsmith by trade who came from the island of Rab on the other side of the Adri...
Tradition is that he was a flsmith by trade who came from the island of Rab on the other side of the Adriatic.
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 LITURGY OF THE SAINTS - September 2 - September 30, 2002 SEPTEMBER (seplit.htm)
The Semi-Double Feast of the Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost and the Traditional Feasts of Saint Giles, Abbot and Patron of the Physically Disabled who died in 724 and the Twelve Holy Brothers who were martyred in 258.
Historical observances of Saint Marinus, Hermit who died in the 4th Century; Saint Rosalia, Virgin and Patron of Palermo, Sicily who died in 1160; Saint Rose of Viterbo, Virgin who died in 1252; and Blessed Bronislava, Virgin who died seven years later in 1259.
Double of Second Class Feast of the martyrs Saints Isaac Jogues and John de Brebeuf, Jesuit Priests and Companions martyred in Canada between 1642 and 1649, and Saints Cyprian and Justina third century Martyrs.
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 Name Saints: saint first names with letter M
Are you seeking a saint name for your boy or a saint name for your girl?
Or, are you seeking to learn if a saint exists with your name or that of someone special to you?
According to the National Gallery of Art, saints were venerated as early as the second century … (
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 Phoenician Encyclopedia: A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia and the Phoenicians, Punic, Canaanites -- Encyclopedia ...
Translation of the Gospel of Saint John into Lebanese -- part of a major project by the author of this site to translate the whole Bible into Lebanese (Gospel of John link)
Tertullian of Carthage, Early Church Father (Tertullian link); and Phoenician & Popes Phoenician Saint Augustine of Hippo
Hall of Maps and Marinus of Tyre, Mathematical Cartographer (Maps or Marinus links)
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 San Marino news from InsideEurope
Latimes.com - Sat May 19, 08:31 am GMT
The world's third smallest state also claims to be the world's oldest republic, founded by Saint Marinus (for whom the country is named) in 301 A. San Marino's foreign policy is aligned with that of Italy.
Social and political trends in the republic also track closely with those of its larger neighbor.
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Note: The calendar above displays only the top two Saints or Feasts for the day.
To see all the Saints commemorated on a particular day, click on the number of the day in the grid.
This site has been made possible by a grant from Leadership 100
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 Saint Romuald Window   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Romuald was born in the year 950 A.D. of a noble family from Ravenna in Italy.
Romnald died in 1027 A.D. As a young monk, Romuald received spiritual direction and tutleage from the saintly hermit Marinus in the vicinity of Venice.
The Saint Romuald Window was designed by Marvin Jarboe of Strickler's Stained Glass Studio in Auburn, Kentucky.
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 Marinus van Reymerswaele Online
Marinus van Reymerswaele at the Prado Museum, Madrid
Marinus van Reymerswaele in the Art Renewal Center
All images and text on this Marinus van Reymerswaele page are copyright 2007 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
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 March 3 - The Truth is Out There
Saint Chad, although there is such a saint, is not the patron saint of disputed elections.
Dinah Shore was born on either February 29, 1916, or March 1, 1917, in Winchester, Tennessee, and died on February 24, 1994.
Saints celebrating feast days today include Saint Marinus and Astyrius, Saint Cheliodonius and Emerterius, Saint Arthelais, Saint Non or Nonnita, Saint Wiwaloe or Guenole, Saint Answelm of Nonantola, Saint Cunegund, Saint Gervinus, and Saint Aelred of Rievaulx.
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 June 19 Saint
The nobleman was impressed by the good example of many of the monks.
He asked a good hermit named Marinus to teach him how to become holy.
Both Marinus and Romuald tried to spend each day praising and loving God.
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