St. Bridget


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Noun1.St. Bridget - Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland (453-523)
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It was Angelicum's first defeat in two games in Group A of the tournament sponsored by Milo and organized by BEST Center, relegating it to a share of second spot with University of Perpetual Help System, which bowed to St.
It tore apart families and rocked the entire community, but it also occasioned a response from the town's Catholic church, St.
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If we can do both -- charity and justice -- we can move forward,'' said Smith, who is a parishioner at St.
I'm not saying this in any kind of Mayflower snooty way, but I was recently jiggering with some of those nifty Mormon genealogy computer programs and have traced my lineage back through St.
13) As to the reason for the lasting attraction of the altarpiece and the undying regard for it, Schmitt hypothesizes that the Book of Prophecies of St.
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Back then, the 800 families who composed the parish at St.
The walk followed a gathering of about 300 people at St.