Saint Francis Xavier


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Noun1.Saint Francis Xavier - Spanish missionary and Jesuit who establish missionaries in Japan and Ceylon and the East Indies (1506-1552)
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In addition to these establishments, there is a Roman Catholic cathedral, dedicated to Saint Francis Xavier; and a hospital, founded by the munificence of a deceased resident, who was a member of that church.
Two hundred (200) newly diagnosed HIV-infected patients between the ages of 15-64 years at the HIV Clinic at Saint Francis Xavier Hospital were randomly selected for the study.
SAINT FRANCIS XAVIER CATHOLIC CHURCH * BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA * JERROD BROWN STUDIOS
My replacement will be Brendan Murphy of Saint Francis Xavier University, and I want to most emphatically thank Brendan for his generous offer to undertake a commitment that will inevitably consume a large share of his spare time (assuming he has any!).
Zecker (history, Saint Francis Xavier U., Canada) provides a somewhat surprising and well-documented account of how immigrants in the United States learned about the country's racial system--how race relations worked.
Father Fernandes claims Venerable Agnelo is second only in popularity saint among people in Goa after Saint Francis Xavier. Fiona Carnerio, an Agnelo devotee, says having a saint of the soil would help keep people's faith intact.
The closing date for entries is tomorrow, after which Hayes and Finch staff, the Archdeacon of London, Canon Meara and Brother Ken Vance, from Saint Francis Xavier's Church in Liverpool, will select three items most deserving restoration.
A team including Brother Ken Vance, from Saint Francis Xavier''s Church, in Liverpool, and the Archdeacon of London will judge the entries and choose the three most worthy items.
Eunice Shriver Kennedy's funeral service took place on Friday August 14 at Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Hyannis, Massachusetts.
A team of judges from Hayes & Finch's metal shop and furniture factory, the Archdeacon of London and Brother Ken Vance from Saint Francis Xavier's Church in Liverpool will judge the entries before choosing the three most worthy items.
The celebration coincides with the feast of the club's patron Saint Francis Xavier.