St. Ambrose

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Noun1.St. Ambrose - (Roman Catholic Church) Roman priest who became bishop of MilanSt. Ambrose - (Roman Catholic Church) Roman priest who became bishop of Milan; the first Church Father born and raised in the Christian faith; composer of hymns; imposed orthodoxy on the early Christian church and built up its secular power; a saint and Doctor of the Church (340?-397)
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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Michael will be received into St. Ambrose Barlow R.C.
For those who would like to leave a lasting tribute to Dot's life, memorials to St. Ambrose Church would be greatly appreciated.
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St. Ambrose University has inked a 3+3 program partnership with the University of Iowa Law School to enable pre-law students at St.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, June 21 at St. Ambrose of Woodbury Catholic Church, 4125 Woodbury Dr.
Wynes has served on the fulltime faculty at the University of Missouri School of Law and as an adjunct at Iowa State University, Buena Vista University (Iowa), St. Ambrose University (Iowa), the University of Missouri Graduate School of Social Work, and Missouri Southern State College.
She became a nursing professor and head of the nursing departments at St. Ambrose College and Marycrest College, both in Davenport.
Sister Mary Brigid, head of the Department of Nursing and a professor at St. Ambrose University and Marycrest College, was vice president of the Iowa Hospital Association and a member of the Iowa Board of Nursing.
Augustine converted him, but when he went to Rome to study he reverted to what Augustine called his "madness." Alipius however stayed with Augustine and went with him to listen to St. Ambrose, the Archbishop of Milan, where they were living at the time.
Many scholars think St. Ambrose, bishop of Milan from 374 to 397, is the author.

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