Teresa of Avila

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Noun1.Teresa of Avila - Spanish mystic and religious reformer; author of religious classics and a Christian saint (1515-1582)
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The projects include the construction of new building of St Teresa Girls High School and installation of five Water Filtration Plants in Faisalabad, a press release said.
Francis held St Teresa up as a model for today's Christians during his homily for the nun.
She looks to her "guardian angel" - St Teresa to guide her.
The Relics of St Teresa of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face are on their way to a church in the Midlands.
Left to herself for a couple of days, Edith picked up the Autobiography of St Teresa.
Speaking today at the site, the Minister said: I am delighted to be here today to officially launch the beginning of construction of new school accommodation for St Teresa s.
TODAY FEAST DAY OF ST TERESA OF AVILA 1666: The first waistcoat was worn by King Charles II, according to Samuel Pepys.
Sheila who has just turned 63, used to run the club after original founders Barbara Carroll and Margaret McQuillian stepped down and even taught Kathey who has been a St Teresa majorette since she was six.
Birmingham Cathedral and Sacred Heart and St Teresa in Coleshill are among 28 venues chosen to host the saint's month-long visit.
Brian Collins, 57, collapsed and suffered a fatal cardiac arrest while tackling the snow-hit grounds of St Teresa of Lisieux primary school, in Norris Green, on January 18.
Those celebrating were: Heathlands Primary School, Kings Heath Primary School, St George and St Teresa Primary School, Barford Primary School, St Edwards Primary School, St Benedicts Primary School, Leigh Junior and Infant School and West House Primary School.
The event is being held at St George and St Teresa Catholic Primary School and families are being invited to take a look around.