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Ne·ri

 (nā′rē), Saint Philip Originally Filippo Neri. 1515-1595.
Italian ecclesiastic who founded (1564) a religious order, the Congregation of the Oratory, and advised the Holy See to absolve Henry IV of France.

Neri

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(Biography) Saint Philip. Italian name Filippo de' Neri. 1515–95, Italian priest; founder of the Congregation of the Oratory (1564). Feast day: May 26
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Philip Neri, 1372 King Street, Toronto, ON, M6K 1H3, 416-532-2879.
At this stage in his work, Neri seems as much obsessed with the expressive qualities of marble as with the female form.
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Groton-Dunstable pushed forward in the final 10 minutes looking for the equalizer, but it was Neri who struck again with a little over five minutes left.
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Neri held executive and finance positions with the Chicago Sun-Times and Tribune Company organizations.
But when it was set up in Rome, boys used the legs as goal posts - which might have pleased Neri as he was a professional footballer in the US.
Philip Neri died in 1595; to commemorate the 400th anniversary of his death, Father Daniel Utrecht of the Toronto Oratory translated from the German an excellent biography of the saint written by Father Paul Turks of the Aachen Oratory in 1986.
NERI also has notable experience collaborating on federally-funded research with organizations like the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Gildo is survived by his wife Mary, of 49 years; three children, Michael Neri and wife Debbie of Upton, MA, Diane Robbins and husband Scott of Brookline, N.