A nickname of Southampton Football Club, a football club from Southampton, England
acronym for Special AbIlities aNd Tactics Squad, which is the new name for EVIL given to the group by God SAINTS consists of Michael "Warlock" Ferier, Scott "Bloodstreak" Ferier, James "Elemental" Rayne, Terra, Ryan "Plasman" Hunter, Thranade mo "Demonik" Nika'thraga, and Daniel "Ballistic Boy" Shephard
born 827, Thessalonica, Macedonia died Feb. 14, 869, Rome born 825, Thessalonica died April 6, 884, Moravia; feast day for both, Western church February 14; Eastern church May 11 Brothers who Christianized the Danubian Slavs. They began missionary work among the Slavs of Moravia in 863. Gifted scholars and linguists, they translated the holy scriptures into the language later known as Old Church Slavic (or Slavonic) and are credited with inventing the Glagolithic alphabet (see Cyrillic alphabet). In 868 they traveled to Rome to defend the use of a Slavic liturgy. When Cyril died, Methodius returned to Moravia as an archbishop. Known as the "apostles to the Slavs," the two brothers influenced the religious and cultural development of all Slavic peoples
One who is sanctified or made holy; a person who is separated unto God’s service
to the assembly of God which is at Corinth; those who are sanctified in Christ Jesus, called to be saints, with all who call on the name of our Lord Jesus Christ in every place, both theirs and ours. (1Cor. 1:2).
November 1, the day on which a Christian feast honoring all the saints is observed. Also called Allhallows. 1 November, when Christian churches remember all the saints. In Christianity, a day commemorating all the saints of the church, known and unknown. It is celebrated on November 1 in the Western churches and on the first Sunday after Pentecost in the Eastern churches. The first general observance of All Saints' Day was ordered by Pope Gregory IV in 837. In medieval England the festival was called All Hallows, and its eve is still known as Halloween
a person whose virtue and holiness was considered to be proven and who was already with God; a saint was considered capable of interceding with God on behalf of a person who prayed to them, and of performing miracles
Typically, the term saint refers to someone who has lived a life of exceptional Christian virtue, totally dedicated to God, and who has passed on into heaven In heaven, a saint can be called upon to intercede for the living In Orthodoxy saints are often venerated with the use of icons, while in Catholicism, their relics have been the focus of veneration and worship
approval If you refer to a living person as a saint, you mean that they are extremely kind, patient, and unselfish. My girlfriend is a saint to put up with me. Holy person. In the New Testament, St. Paul used the term to mean a member of the Christian community, but the term more commonly refers to those noted for their holiness and venerated during their lifetimes or after death. In Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy, saints are publicly recognized by the church and are considered intercessors with God for the living. They are honoured on special feast days, and their remains and personal effects are venerated as relics. Often Christian saints perform miracles in their lifetime, or miracles occur in their names after their death. In Islam, wali ("friend of God") is often translated as saint; in Buddhism, arhats and bodhisattvas are roughly equivalent to saints. Hindu sadhus are somewhat similar. See also canonization. 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(1) A person who has been set aside for a holy life; in this sense, all Christians are saints (2) A person whose life is upheld as spiritually exemplary In some churches, there is a process for recognizing saints In the Roman Catholic Church, it is very formal In the Episcopal Church, it is done informally by the Prayer Book committee (3) In some groups, the word saint has come to mean a deceased Christian, as in the phrase “my sainted mother ”
From the Latin word sanctus, meaning "holy, sacred" 1 A person who is devoted to serving God and other people The Christians in New Testament times called each other saints because they regarded themselves as specially set aside from the pagan world and dedicated to God and Jesus Christ through baptism 2 A person who is in heaven Sometimes the Church recognises the status of such a person officially by the process of canonisation The pope then canonises a saint
A saint is someone who has died and been officially recognized and honoured by the Christian church because his or her life was a perfect example of the way Christians should live. Every parish was named after a saint. Saint John
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