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  • saint’s life — (saint’s legend, hagiography)    One of the most popular literary genres in medieval Europe was the saint’s life. These were short narrative biographies of holy men and women, most often martyrs, whose stories were intended to reveal the active… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • Saint-Simon and Saint-Simonism — • Claude Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de Saint Simon, was born in Paris, 17 Oct., 1760; died there, 19 May, 1825. He belonged to the family of the author of the Memoirs Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Saint Simon and Saint Simonism      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint Berardo — (11th century 19 December 1123) is an Italian saint, patron saint of the city and diocese of Teramo. LifeSaint Berardo was born into the noble family da Pagliara, whose castle bore their name near the town of Isola del Gran Sasso in the Abruzzo… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Marcellina — Born 330 335 Trier, Gaul Died 398 Honored in Roman Catholic Church Feast July 17 Saint Marcellina (c. 330 – 398) was born in Trier, Gaul around the year 330 as a member of a Catholic …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Wilfred the Younger — Saint Wilfred (or Wilfrid) the Younger was a Bishop of York in England in the 8th century. Early life and education Saint Wilfrid was educated by Saint Hilda at Whitby Abbey and was, later, a favourite disciple of Saint John of Beverley.… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Engelbert of Cologne —     St. Engelbert of Cologne     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Engelbert of Cologne     Archbishop of that city (1216 1225); b. at Berg, about 1185; d. near Schwelm, 7 November, 1225. His father was Engelbert, Count of Berg, his mother, Margaret …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint Monica —     St. Monica     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Monica     Widow; born of Christian parents at Tagaste, North Africa, in 333; died at Ostia, near Rome, in 387.     We are told but little of her childhood. She was married early in life to… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint John Damascene —     St. John Damascene     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. John Damascene     Born at Damascus, about 676; died some time between 754 and 787. The only extant life of the saint is that by John, Patriarch of Jerusalem, which dates from the tenth… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint Mirin — Born c. 565 Died 620 Honored in Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Church Feast 15 September Patronage …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Alena — was the great great great great grandmother of Princess Alainna of Aquaitaine. She spent most of her time studying the bible. Born 601 and died 640. Saint Alena was born around Belgium. She enjoyed the happiness of children and loved the spirit… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Roseline — (Rossolina) (1263 January 17, 1329) was a born at the château of Les Arcs Sur Argens in eastern Provence, near Draguignan. Having overcome her father s opposition, Roseline became a Carthusian nun at Bertaud in the Alps of Dauphiné. Her… …   Wikipedia


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