Anthony of Padua

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Anthony of Pad·u·a

 (păj′o͞o-ə, păd′yo͞o-ə), Saint 1195-1231.
Portuguese-born Franciscan friar who was a renowned preacher.

Anthony of Padua

(Biography) Saint. 1195–1231, Franciscan friar, who preached in France and Italy. Feast day: June 13

An′tho•ny of Pad′ua

(ˈæn tə ni, -θə-)
1195–1231, Franciscan monk and preacher in Italy and France.
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Tabontabon, Leyte - The Saint Anthony of Padua Archdiocesan Shrine here will have an additional afternoon Mass starting Saturday to accommodate the growing number of pilgrims coming to this town.
Jude Thaddeus in Legazpi, Saints Joachim and Anne Parish in Malinao, Saint Anthony of Padua in Tabaco City, Saint James the Great Parish in Libon, and Saint Dominic de Guzman in Sto.
I guess that's why, when I lose something and I get really worked up about it, I pray to Saint Anthony of Padua.
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Newcastle city councillors backed a bid by Saint Anthony of Padua RC Church to convert the St Francis building into extra care apartments for sufferers of early onset of dementia.
Saint Anthony of Padua is popularly know as the saint who helps people find lost objects.
The twenty-eight panels portraying unequivocal miracles, such as the stigmata of Saint Francis of Assisi, the fish listening to Saint Anthony of Padua, or Saint Francesco di Paola's stepping unharmed from a furnace, leave nothing to the imagination.
School recipients include: William Tennet High School, The Art Institute of Philadelphia, Avon Elementary School, East Camden Middle School, Fox Learning Center, Hill Top Preparatory School, Nazareth Academy High School, PennyPacker Elementary School, Pottsgrove Middle School, and Saint Anthony of Padua Grade School.
The Saint Anthony of Padua Parish in Tabontabon, Leyte, received an P88-million grant from the United States Catholic Bishops Conference to build a new church with a capacity of around 2,000 churchgoers.
He was a member of Saint Anthony of Padua Parish in Lancaster.
Oswald's Hospice and Messenger of Saint Anthony of Padua.