Several of these saints
were raised to the altars, of course, before today's highly formal procedures such as beatification or canonization were adopted.
His stepfather left his three half siblings at the hospital and they wound up entering Saint
Dominic's foster care program.
But she would have done better with a saint
or a holy person.
In Worldly Saints
, Maiju Lemijoki-Gardner, a Finnish historian, draws largely on the evidence of their hagiographies in a study of Dominican penitent women in Italy between the thirteenth and the early sixteenth century.
Since the early 1980s a new trend has emerged in the scholarship on the female saints
and writers of Merovingian Gaul.
This is all the more surprising, since al-Jazuli, Cornell's central figure, after all, is reputed to have been inspired (if not initiated) by a female saint
This is a publishing revolution that has continued into the '90s, and Assotto Saint
has placed a specifically poetic stamp on it in the three anthologies he has edited or conceived: The Road Before Us (1991), Here to Dare (1992), and Milking Black Bull (1995).
Our mission to inner-city youth through the arts has served thirty-two thousand kids over fifteen years, making Saint
Joseph Ballet one of the oldest and largest organizations of its kind.
He would visit the person and urge him to pray to Saint
Joseph to intercede for him and, more often than not, the prayer would be answered.
Other helpful books are Lives of the Saints
by Richard P.
It was her work for the cover of McMillan's Waiting to Exhale (1992) that helped launch Saint
As the colony of Saint
Domingue, this seductive land of rugged mountains and fertile coastal plains became in the eighteenth century one of the most densely populated spots on earth and the most precious jewel in France's imperial diadem.