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  Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of March 20
Anastasius was the archimandrite (superior) of the laura (a cluster of hermitages) of Saint Sabas in Jerusalem.
Sometimes styled either a saint or a beatae, Remigius was a son of Duke Hugh of Alsace and a nephew of Saint Ottilien.
Wulfram found that children were sacrificed to appease their heathen gods, hung on roadside gibbets, or fastened to posts on the shore and left to drown with the tide.
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 Wulfram of Sens Information
Saint Wulfram is depicted in art as baptizing a young king.
Wulfram was born in the diocese of Meaux, at Mauraliacus, an insecurely identified place near Fontainebleau, probably Milly-la-Forêt, Essonne.
The saint’s year of death is sometimes given as 720 but his interred body is said to have been moved in 704, so he will have died at some time before that.
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 St. Wulfram
Wulfram received a good education, and was ordained priest.
During the second journey of St. Boniface to Rome Wulfram is said to have preached in Frisia.
The relics of the saint were brought to Notre Dame at Abbeville in 1058.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/w/wulfram,saint.html   (248 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Wulfram of Sens
Wulfram appealed to King Radbod to stop the slaughter, but the king said it was their custom, and he could not change it.
He challenged Wulfram to rescue the victims if he could; Wulfram then waded into the sea to save two children who had been tied to posts and left to die in the rising tide.
Wulfram begged King Radbod to stop the killing, but the commoners were outraged at the sacrilege.
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 Saints of June 20
At the age of 70, Princess Saint Olga of Kiev was baptized in Constantinople.
Wulfram, from the chapel of Saint Paul, built by Wandrille as the burial-place, into the great church of Saint Peter, in which the monks celebrated the divine mysteries.
Saint Helia was abbess of the Benedictine convent of Öhren in Trier, Germany (Benedictines).
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 Saint Wulfram   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Wulfram, having remonstrated with Radbod on the subject, was told that the king was unable to change the custom but Wulfram was invited to save them if he could.
Wulfram begged King Radbod to stop the killing, but the people were outraged at the sacrilege proposed.
The saint’s year of death is; sometimes given as 720 but his interred body is said to have been moved in 704, so he will have died at some time before that.
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 Friends of St Wulfram's
Often compared with Salisbury Cathedral, St Wulfram's Church has the sixth highest spire in the UK and is certainly one of the most graceful.
Our patron saint was born in France, near Fontainebleu, and was a nobleman's son whose good education led him to take holy orders.
It was Queen Editha who is believed to have deposited relics of the Saint in Grantham when she endowed it with lands from her lordhsip in Grantham and district.
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 Catholic Exchange - Your Faith. Your Life. Your World.
Wulfram’s father, Fulbert, was an officer in King Dagobert’s army and was able to provide a good education for Wulfram.
Wulfram pleaded for the man’s life and finally the pagans agreed that if Ovon lived that he would be released and could worship Wulfram’s God and be Wulfram’s slave.
When Wulfram replied that idolaters were consigned to hell, the prince changed his mind about being a Christian stating that he would rather spend the hereafter with those he loved.
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 OSB. Saints of the Order of Saint Benedict. S-Z
Traditionally, information about the saints has been ordered by the date of the Saint's or Blessed's feast day, usually, but not always, the date of the venerated person's death.
She is titular saint of many churches in Germany, Brabant, Flanders and France.
On 3 May is celebrated at Eichstaett in Bavaria the translation of the remains of St. Walburga from Heidenheim to Eichstaett in 870.
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 Holiness in Holland - Introduction/Acknowledgement/Maps/List of holy persons
In this web-booklet I have summarized the lives of about one hundred saints, blesseds and others, all people who have had a decided impact on the faith of the Dutch and many other people around the world.
Saint John of Gorkum (also called John of Cologne), d.
Saint Theodore van der Eem (Theodoric of Emden), d.
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Bishop of Sens, missionary in Frisi, born at Milly near Fontainebleau, probably during the reign of Clovis II (638-56); died 20 March, before 704, in which year a translation of his body took place (Duchesne, "Fastes épiscopaux de l'ancienne Gaule", II, Paris, 1900, 413).
Wulfram is said to have preached in Frisia.
The relics of the saint were brought to
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 Jean Soucy
The mortal remains, of this saint, were brought to Abbeville, in 1058.
Wulfram, archbishop of Sens, in the VII century, then apostle, of the Frisons (the Dutch), for centuries, after his death, was invoked against the dangers, of the sea.
The present church, which is dedicated to him, was begun, in 1488 and was therefore, the one attended by Jean Soucy, the son of Claude and Francoise de Vaime (or Ceraime).
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 Traditional Sunday Mass Propers w/a Commemoration for Saint Teresa of Avila - 15 October A.D.2006
Saint Augustine is right that, just as today, we have to "live on this earth, in the confusion of the present world, in the present Babylon, where we do not live as citizens but are prisoners..." Again, remember the persecutions against those bishops and priests who refused to go along with the Arian heresy.
Saint Augustine never said, hinted or intimated that pagans and non-Catholics could be saved unless they believed and were baptized.
She died on 4 October 1582 at Alba de Tormes in the arms of her secretary and close friend Blessed Anne of Saint Bartholomew; body incorrupt; relics preserved at Alba; her heart shows signs of Transverberation (piercing of the heart), and is displayed, as well.
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Wendelin of Trier, Saint - Patron of shepherds.
Wolstan, Saint - Eleventh-century Benedictine, Bishop of Worcester.
Wyche, Saint Richard de - The devoted companion of St. Edmund Rich, was bishop of Chichester.
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 Handbell ringing
The Saint Wulfram's Handbell Ringers based in Grantham, Lincolnshire perform using one hundred and eighteen Musical Handbells covering a range of five chromatic octaves.
The group gives regular concerts and demonstrations, performing a wide spectrum of music from Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata to a Les Miserables Medley, 2005 is a milestone for the group, being their Fortieth Anniversary and it is hoped to mark this with an Anniversary Concert and other suitable events.
In the past they have combined with other Making Music members to present concerts and will be joining with the Grantham Choral Society for their annual Come and Sing Carols being held in The Central Methodist Church, Finkin Street, Grantham on the 13th and 14th December.
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His successors, among whom were Saint Lantbert (+688), later bishop of Lyons, and Saint Ansbert (+695), later bishop of Rouen, presided over an increase in both the size and the merit of the community.
It mentions the existence of a bouleuterion or meeting-hall; this is the oldest surviving testimony of a chapter house.
The monks fled with the relics of Saint Wandrille and Saint Ansbert.
www.st-wandrille.com /en/abbaye/histoire/hist_1.php   (383 words)

 Saint of the Day   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The two saints are the 10th and 11th of the Shiite's 12 most revered Imams.
Thus, on Easter Sunday 685, Cuthbert was consecrated bishop of Lindisfarne by Saint Theodore archbishop of Canterbury, with six bishops in attendance at York.
Wulfram of Fontenelle, OSB B (RM) (also known as Wolfram, Wulfrannus) Died at Fontenelle, France, April 20, c.
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Wulfram Gerstner is Director of the Laboratory of Computational Neuroscience LCN at the EPFL.
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 Catholic Exchange - Your Faith. Your Life. Your World.
Saint Wulfram's relics were moved to Notre Dame at Abbeville in 1058.
Lord Jesus, we ask for the intercession of Saint Wulfram when we are dealing with those who are spiritually blind.
Help us, Lord, to be good witnesses to the idol worshippers we encounter; those who prefer to store up worldly treasures with no thought or care about their eternal souls.
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 Name Saints: saint first names with letter W   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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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However, {O'} Corrain and Maguire also cite a Saint Macha; upon further investigation, Saint Macha is the patron saint of Kilkinney, who, according to her hagiography, with her five sisters founded a church around the 6th C. Therefore, the name is registerable as a saint's name.
First, the Saint Gabriel report used to document the given name lists Erika as the standard modern form and dates the spelling Eericka to the mid 16th C. Barring evidence that Erika is a reasonable pre-1600 form, it cannot be registered.
Although the submitted documentation shows a church that is now known as Saint Wulfram that was built in 1200, it does not show that this is the spelling of the name used at the time the church was built.
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 March 20 Saints of the Day
Apostle of Saint Joseph, Miracle-Worker and founder of the Oratory of St. Joseph, in Montreal
Canada, the largest sanctuary in the world dedicated to Saint Joseph.
Brother Andre and others climbed the steep hill and planted medals of Saint Joseph on it, and soon after, the owners yielded.
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 Saint Wulfram Churchyard, Lincolnshire, England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Saint Wulfram Churchyard is located on Church Street, Grantham.
The churchyard can be accessed from the B1174 or A607.
This is a complete reading of all existing and legible stones and markers which I completed on Feb 27, 2007.
www.interment.net /data/eng/lincoln/wulfram/index.htm   (88 words)

 Catholic Online - Saints & Angels - Patron Saints - A
Patron saints are chosen as special protectors or guardians over areas of life.
Patron saints are often chosen today because an interest, talent, or event in their lives overlaps with the special area.
Angels can also be named as patron saints.A patron saint can help us when we follow the example of that saint's life and when we ask for that saint's intercessory prayers to God.
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 St. Wulfram - Catholic Online
Wulfram served in the Court of KingThierry (r.
Ordained a priest, he was appointed bishop of Sens, replacing the rightful occupant of the see, St. Amatus, who was then in exile.
Owing to the controversy, Wulfram resigned after two-and-one-half years and set out to preach among the Frisians.
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 GENUKI: Grantham, LIN
The parish church is dedicated to St. Wulfram.
Here is a photo of Saint Wulfram's Church, taken by Ron Cole (who retains the copyrights).
The Family History Library in Salt Lake City has the parish register on microfilm covering 1562 - 1990, as well as register copies for the Wesleyan Methodist chapel and others, all on microfilm.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/LIN/Grantham   (957 words)

 The Questia Online Library
These panels were probably the wings of a small altarpiece, of which the center,
Saint Wulfram in Abbeville, the altarpiece from Thuison-lès-Abbeville, now in
the Art Institute of Chicago, the Mass of Saint Gregory in the Louvre, and the
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 Religion and Spirituality : Christianity : People : Saints : W : Saint Wulfram   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Society : Religion and Spirituality : Christianity : People : Saints : W : Saint Wulfram
Wulfram of Sens - Profile of the saint.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Wulfram - Late seventh-century missionary and bishop.
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