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  Welcome to the St. Barnabas Nursing Home
Barnabas Nursing Home is a long-term care facility situated on the ten-acre campus of the acclaimed St. Barnabas Hospital complex in the Belmont section of the Bronx.
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  St. Barnabas
Barnabas (originally Joseph), styled an Apostle in Holy Scripture, and, like St. Paul, ranked by the Church with the Twelve, though not one of them; b.
Barnabas stood sponsor for him and had him received by the Apostles, as the Acts relate (ix, 27), though he saw only Peter and James, the brother of the Lord, according to Paul himself (Gal., i, 18, 19).
Barnabas and Paul had been "for no small time" at Antioch, when they were threatened with the undoing of their work and the stopping of its further progress.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/b/barnabas,saint.html   (1216 words)

 St. Barnabas-1
Barnabas' death as a martyr in about 57 AD is commemorated on 11 June ; he is one of the saints in the Synaxarion, the calendar of saints in Constantinople.
Barnabas is also included in the ecclesiastical calendar of the Western Church.
Portraits of Barnabas are preserved in at least nine churches in Cyprus, including earliest layer in Asinou (1105-1106) and the frescoes of Lagoudera.
kypros.org /Sxetikos/Monastiria/BarnabasE-1.htm   (527 words)

Barnabas stood sponsor for him and had him received by the Apostles, as the Acts relate (9:27), though he saw only Peter and James, the brother of the Lord, according to Paul himself (Galatians 1:18-19).
Apostles, Barnabas was sent thither by them to investigate the work of his countrymen.
He is credited by Tertullian (probably falsely) with the authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews, and the so-called Epistle of Barnabas is ascribed to him by many Fathers.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02300a.htm   (1207 words)

Craft Aid is an annual event at St. Barnabas vital to the continuance of this clinic.
This work and the wider community in Ghana was further supported by a trip to Ghana by members of the St. Barnabas congregation in April 2005, and continues to be supported also by individual donations.
Barnabas is strongly represented at the local branch of the Gideons.
www.st-barnabas.net /Mission/mission.html   (489 words)

 St. Barnabas Catholic School
Barnabas means man of encouragement and this seems to capture his approach to life.
Barnabas was generous and brave and scripture shows that he was trusted and respected by the leaders of the early church.
Students at St. Barnabas are encouraged to take responsibility for their own behaviour and the development of self-discipline is considered a priority.
www.tcdsb.org /schools/stbarnabas.asp   (1219 words)

 St. Barnabas--History
On St. Barnabas Day, the 11th of June, 1868 it was determined by some gentlemen to erect when practicable a small mission church in the east end of the city of Omaha.
Shortly after Father Williams' arrival, Bishop Clarkson informed him, confidentially, that the Trinity Church vestry was not well pleased that he should have lent St. Barnabas Church $4,000 of the fund he held for the building of the proposed new cathedral, and that he wished him to recall the loan.
In 1878 the St. Barnabas School was established, the only private school in the city of Omaha except Brownell Hall.
www.saintbarnabas.net /history.htm   (3949 words)

 Barnabas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barnabas is one of the first prophets and teachers of the church at Antioch (Acts 13:1).
2:9-10, Barnabas was included with Paul in the agreement made between them, on the one hand, and James, Peter, and John, on the other, that the two former should in the future preach to the pagans, not forgetting the poor at Jerusalem.
Although the book is ascribed to Barnabas, close examination of its text suggests that the book was written either by a 14th century Italian or a 16th century Morisco.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Barnabas   (1144 words)

 St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center
St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center also disclaims any responsibility or liability with respect to (a) your use of such websites and any and all information or services furnished by or obtained through them, or (b) any loss, use or misuse of any information you may provide to such websites.
Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center makes no representation or warranty concerning errors, omissions, delays or other defects in, or the accuracy of, the information supplied to users, or that its files are free of viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other code that include or manifest contaminating or destructive characteristics.
St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center has the right to amend this Agreement at any time without notice to you by making changes to the Terms and Conditions as posted on the website.
www.stbarnabascac.org /terms.htm   (794 words)

 St. Barnabas
Before long St. Peter received a special heavenly revelation that the preachers of the Word needed no longer to restrict their message to Jews, but could now approach Gentiles as well.
Barnabas, as “a good man, full of the Holy Ghost and faith”, was sent to Antioch to study the new development.
St. Paul, with the approval of the church leaders in Jerusalem, now charted a second missionary journey, planning to revisit the churches already established and to carry the Gospel still farther afield.
www.stthomasirondequoit.com /SaintsAlive/id797.htm   (627 words)

 Saint Barnabas Catholic Church   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Saint Barnabas students grow with the knowledge that the past has meaning for them as they are nurtured to shape the present and the future.
Students at Saint Barnabas have consistently ranked in the upper percentiles of standardized achievement tests that are administered annually.
Saint Barnabas School is fully accredited by the Indiana State Department of Education.
www.saintbarnabasparish.org /school.htm   (118 words)

 St Agatha's and St Barnabas - Service Times   (Site not responding. Last check: )
St Barnabas Church is situated on the corner of Ladypool Road and Clifton Road in Sparkbrook.
St Barnabas is a lively worship centre in a predominately Muslim area.
St Barnabas is very much 'in the thick of things' amongst thriving businesses established along the main thoroughfares (Ladypool Road and Stonet Lane).
www.saintagathas.org.uk /stbarnabas.shtml   (242 words)

 Medicare | Medicare Fraud Helped New Jersey's St. Barnabas Hospital System Become Profitable - Kaisernetwork.org
In June, St. Barnabas agreed to pay the federal government $265 million to settle the allegations but did not admit any wrongdoing.
According to the Department of Justice, St. Barnabas overcharged Medicare by at least $630 million between 1995 and 2003.
Monahan alleged that St. Barnabas "routinely added hidden charges to the room-and-board fees of Medicare patients and tried to conceal the windfall profits it was receiving from Medicare, in part by overstating its debt." In addition, St. Barnabas increased prices charged to uninsured patients, Monahan alleged.
www.kaisernetwork.org /daily_reports/rep_index.cfm?DR_ID=39318   (267 words)

 St. Barnabas has a new place to pray   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barnabas, the North Austin congregation that left the Episcopal Church in June, has found a spiritual and physical home: the Evangelical Covenant Church and a parish activity center at St. William's Catholic Church in Round Rock.
McNeil said when he heard about St. Barnabas last year, he was "impressed with the integrity of the pastor and the congregation" for determining they could not in good conscience remain in the Episcopal Church.
Meanwhile, the roughly 250 St. Barnabas members had decided they wanted to officially join the Chicago-based Evangelical Covenant Church, an ecumenical fellowship of churches founded by Swedish immigrants in 1885, after several months of an informal association.
www.statesman.com /search/content/metro/stories/03/26barnabas.html   (675 words)

 St. Barnabas Anglican Church - MagnifiCAT
Barnabas soon settled in to his new home, and became involved in many of the activities that take place here.
Barnabas has also been known to stretch out on the altar steps, forcing the celebrant and others in the sanctuary to walk around him.
Barnabas is a very important member of our parish family and each year, on November 1st (All Saint's Day) at our family potluck supper, we sing "Happy Birthday" to him.
www.barnabas.ca /cat.shtml   (270 words)

 St Barnabas Senior Center offers Activities and Social Services   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The mission of St. Barnabas Senior Services is to enable seniors to live independently and with dignity for as long as possible.
Founded in 1908, St. Barnabas is a nonprofit, nonsectarian professional social service agency providing emergency and supportive assistance to the urban elderly.
Barnabas Senior Services is a member of the L.A. Metro Multidisciplinary Team for Consultation on Elders at Risk.
www.la4seniors.com /st_barnabas.htm   (1214 words)

 St. Barnabas' | Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Annandale, VA Music at St. Barnabas’ is an important part of worship.
Youth Music is the newest ensemble at St. Barnabas’, and plans are set to include those who play instruments as well as singers, learning a variety of music styles from around the world.
Barnabas’ also has a number of talented instrumentalists who add their offerings to Sunday liturgy and at parish social functions.
www.st-barnabaschurch.org /Music.htm   (348 words)

 Welcome to St. Barnabas Hospital
St. Barnabas Hospital is the flagship of an expanding healthcare network located in the heart of the Bronx.
The St. Barnabas Network is integral to the lives of families and individuals living and working in the community.
Barnabas Hospital is starting on on-line medical journal to publish original research by our staff.
www.stbarnabashospital.org   (935 words)

Barnabas Hospital es el hospital principal de una red de atención de salud en expansión, ubicada en el corazón del Bronx.
Todas las instalaciones en St. Barnabas Hospital están integradas por un equipo de dedicados médicos y de profesionales de la salud altamente capacitados y comprometidos con los más elevados estándares de excelencia.
Barnabas no respalda ni presenta garantía alguna respecto de errores, omisiones, retrasos u otros defectos en la información suministrada a los usuarios o la precisión de la misma, ni que sus archivos estén libres de virus, gusanos, troyanos u otros códigos maliciosos que incluyan o manifiesten características contaminantes o destructivas.
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 St Barnabas  Church of England Parish Church Penny Lane  Mossley Hill  Liverpool
St Barnabas is located at the junction of 4 roads in the
In addition to the regular Sunday services, St Barnabas Church is also open on every Tuesday for Morning Prayer at 7.15am.
The History section will be of interest to those of you who wish to know more about the growth of St Barnabas from its early 20th C foundation.
pennylaneliverpool.merseyside.org   (510 words)

 CYPRUSIVE - North Cyprus Web Guide - St. Barnabas Monastery
Barnabas, born of a Jewish family in Salamis, returns to Cyprus after his studies in Jerusalem and in 45 A.D. starts to work with St. Paul as a missionary for Christianity.
The followers of St. Barnabas watch the events; they take the corpse to an underground cave to the West of Salamis and bury it there after putting a copy of the Bible made by St. Mathews on his chest.
The St. Barnabas church has a rich collection of icons mostly dating from the 18th century.
www.cyprusive.com /default.asp?CID=167   (403 words)

 St Barnabas United Methodist Church, Arlington Texas
As a 2,000 member main-stream Methodist Church congregation, St Barnabas UMC is big enough to offer "something for everyone", but small enough to care about YOU, as a member of our church family.
Saint Barnabas UMC currently hosts more than 20 Sunday church school classes for ages pre-school through adult, where visitors and members can grow in their maturity, knowledge and faith.
This is the place to start learning about St. Barnabas, for both visitors and members alike.
www.stbarnabasumc.org   (316 words)

 St. Barnabas Episcopal Church | Come, discover the part you can play
Barnabas is a community church in the Anglican tradition.
The talents of its members shall be used to provide charity to those in need, outreach through pastoral care, and continuing Christian education for children and adults.
Sponsored by St. Barnabas and the Chelsea Seventh-day Adventist Church.
www.stbarnabaschelsea.org   (112 words)

 Bio and Readings for St. Barnabas   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But Barnabas was willing to give him a second chance.
When Paul and Barnabas were about to set out on another such journey, Barnabas proposed to take Mark along, and Paul was against it, saying that Mark had shown himself undependable.
Barnabas wanted to give Mark a second chance, and so he and Mark went off on one journey, while Paul took Silas and went on another.
www.satucket.com /lectionary/Barnabas.htm   (228 words)

 St. Barnabas - Saint of the Day - American Catholic
Barnabas, a Jew of Cyprus, comes as close as anyone outside the Twelve to being a full-fledged apostle.
He was closely associated with St. Paul (he introduced Paul to Peter and the other apostles) and served as a kind of mediator between the former persecutor and the still suspicious Jewish Christians.
Barnabas is spoken of simply as one who dedicated his life to the Lord.
www.americancatholic.org /Features/SaintOfDay/default.asp?id=1411   (434 words)

 St. Barnabas Church, Bronx, New York
Barnabas Parish opens its doors and hearts so that it can be your home with God.
The Parish of St. Barnabas, Woodlawn and McLean Heights, NY, was established by the Most Reverend John M. Farley, Archbishop of New York, on June 11, 1910.
Friday November 02, 2007 11:47:38 AM 2006-2007 St. Barnabas Church, Bronx, NY This Website is dedicated to the Parish Family of St. Barnabas, Bronx, NY.
www.stbarnabasbronx.org   (424 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Barnabas the Apostle
Levite Jewish convert, coming to the faith soon after Pentecost, taking the name Barnabas.
Though not of the chosen Twelve Apostles, Barnabas is mentioned frequently in the Acts, and is included among the prophets and doctors at Antioch, and is considered an Apostle.
Like Paul, Barnabas believed in the Church's mission to Gentiles, and worked with him in Cyprus and Asia, but split with him over a non-theological matter.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/saintb12.htm   (147 words)

 LondonTown.com | St Barnabas Road Guide | St Barnabas Road London, IG8, England, UK | London Streets by Street
St Barnabas Road London, IG8, England, UK
St Barnabas Road is located in the borough of Redbridge
The nearest underground station to St Barnabas Road is 'Woodford Tube' which is about 4 minutes to the North West.
www.londontown.com /LondonStreets/st_barnabas_road_e9b.html   (118 words)

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