Saint Dominic

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Noun1.Saint Dominic - (Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)Saint Dominic - (Roman Catholic Church) Spanish priest who founded an order whose members became known as Dominicans or Black Friars (circa 1170-1221)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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the perpetual novena to Saint Dominic de Guzman, founder of the Dominican Order.
Angelico's admission to the Dominican Order, a religious group devoted to Saint Dominic, transformed his career.
The main service in Bahawalpur was held at Saint Dominic Church Model Town-A which were led by Father Nadeem Joseph.
Deputy Commissioner Bahawalpur Rana Muhamad Saleem Afzal visited Christmas Bazaar at Saint Dominic Church Model Town-A on Sunday, where essential commodities are being sold at cheap prices for the community.
The Catholic Church honors tomorrow the life and works of a well-loved Spanish Benedictine abbot, Saint Dominic (Santo Domingo) de Silos (1000 - 1073), who remains well venerated in many parts of the world including the Philippines as the patron saint against rabies and of pregnant women and prisoners.
Her idealism and love lead her to leave a Cathar school and follow the man who will become Saint Dominic.
In addition to holding key leadership roles at Cabrini University and Harcum College, she has been head of school (2009-10) and director of development (1984-86) at Saint Dominic Academy in Jersey City, N.
Here the official patron is Saint Dominic, for whom there's no crater on the Moon.
Both societies, founded in the thirteenth century in Italy, commissioned new churches and decoration to aid in devotion, evoke piety, and provide visual representation of miraculous events especially related to their patron saints, Saint Dominic of Caleruega and Saint Francis of Assisi, respectively.
The "Fundamental Constitution" stipulates as much: "Sharing the Apostles' mission, we also follow their way of life, in the form devised by Saint Dominic (secundum formam a Sancto Dominico conceptam).
Mazzotta, moreover, is subtle about the role of Saint Dominic, whose "warlike dispositions" are attenuated by "the passionate nexus between philosophy and religious faith" (195).
McGonigle (director of the Center for Catholic and Dominican Studies) and Phyllis Zagano (teacher for the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Hofstra University), The Dominican Tradition: Spirituality in History is a history of the spiritual contributions and legacy of great preachers of the Dominican tradition, from Saint Dominic (1171-1221) himself to Thomas Aquinas, Bartolome de Las Casas, to modern-day spiritual thinker and seeker Timothy Radcliffe.