St. Cyril

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Noun1.St. Cyril - Greek missionary; the invention of the Cyrillic alphabet is attributed to him (826-869)
missionary - someone who attempts to convert others to a particular doctrine or program
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Restoration of the Trapezitsa Architectural Museum Reserve, which is dear to every Bulgarian, by the Heydar Aliyev Foundation is perceived in Bulgaria as a symbol of peace and friendship between the two countries, Hristo Bondzholov, rector of the St. Cyril and St.
St. Cyril's instructions were used as reference by the Roman Catholic Church for its teachings.
The celebration marked the feast day of St. Cyril of Alexandria, the saint of the day for the pre-Vatican n liturgical calendar, and Burke used the opportunity to extol the saint's heroic virtue in defending the faith against the counsel of "many of his fellow bishops who urged him to be silent in order to maintain the facade of unity in the church."
Within the framework of the event 'Macedonia in Honor of St. Cyril', at the Pontifical Urban University, the exhibition 'St.
Since the 1960s the holiday is also commemorated every year with a visit by a Macedonian state and church delegation to Rome where tribute is paid to St. Cyril's tomb in the Basilica of St.
Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski led the Macedonian delegation consisting of state and church officials at the traditional event 'Macedonia in Honor of St. Cyril' held in Rome on 23 and 24 May.
She was a member of St. Cyril & Methodius Church in Hartford and loved to attend Mass every week.
The graduation ceremony for Tommy Geromichalos and fellow members of St. Cyril of Alexandria School's Class of 2008 seemed typical enough.
I gave the orders for it to be done so that there should no longer be any place where Christ is denied." In 415 CE St. Cyril, bishop of Alexandria, incited a Christian mob to expel Jews from the city and seize their property.