Recently, on 17 May 2015, two nuns from Palestine, Alphonsine
Ghattas and Mariam Baouardy, were canonized as saints by His Holiness Pope Francis at the Vatican in the presence of tens of thousands of the faithful from around the globe.
Mariam Bawardy and Marie Alphonsine
Ghattas were among four sisters who were made saints at a Mass in St Peter's Square.
Ghattas of Jerusalem and Mariam Bawardy of Galilee will become the first Palestinian Arabs to gain sainthood.
Palestinan President Mahmoud Abbas' thnaks in Statement Ahead of the Canonization of Two Palestinian Women Pope Francis and the Catholic Church saying :" We thank God the Almighty for the blessings He has bestowed on two holy women from Palestine: Mariam Baouardy Haddad from Ibillin village in the Galilee and Marie Alphonsine
(Sultana Daniel) Ghattas from Jerusalem".
10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On a sunny Thursday morning in rural Nyaruguru district, Rwanda, Alphonsine
Murekatete, 31, sits on a tiny wooden bench with her three-year-old daughter, Francoise Uwamahoro.
When 15-year-old Alphonsine
Agahozo swims at the London Olympics next month, she will be the pride of her father and landlocked African nation.
She was born in Worcester, daughter of Stanislas and Alphonsine
Can Frankie save the day with the help of his new friends Neet and Wes, Alphonsine
the crazy French nanny and her poodle, Colette?
In addition, the Sisters of the Rosary Society, a religious community founded by Sister Marie Alphonsine
, also briefed Queen Rania on their charitable work
The indissoluble bond between a king and his queen set out in the Alphonsine
law code strongly supported the notion of monarchy as a partnership that is the theme of this volume.
Andalo di Negro was derided by the great French historian of science, Pierre Duhem, as "le dernier des ignorants"; and even Lynn Thorndike, who exculpated Andalo from Duhem's charge of mixing up the Toledan with the Alphonsine
tables, nonetheless declared that he was "neither of much originality nor of great perspicacity" (Duhem 270; Thorndike 197; Ruhe 69).
life of Parisian beauty Rose Alphonsine
Plessis (also known as Marie