- Vincent de Paul, 16th-century French priest
- Vincent Ferrer, 14th-century Valencian Dominican missionary and logician
- Vincent of Lérins, 5th-century Gallic author of early Christian writings
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... and the increased success of the New Orleans Saints, the Superdome has developed a reputation for having a very strong home field advantage ... Vikings' opening game of the 2010 NFL season against the Saints, Brett Favre, reflecting on the Vikings' loss to the Saints in the 2009–10 NFC Championship Game, said of the Superdome "That was, by far, the most ...
... Saints Victoria, Anatolia, and Audax (Italian Sante Vittoria, Anatolia, e Audace) are venerated as martyrs and saints by the Catholic Church ... The two saints appear in the mosaics of Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, at Ravenna, between Saints Paulina and Christina ... (died 709) and Bede (died 735), who list the saints in their martyrologies ...
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Famous quotes containing the word saints:
“Up the Rebels, To Hell with the Pope,
And God Saveas you preferthe King or Ireland.
The land of scholars and saints:
Scholars and saints my eye, the land of ambush,
Purblind manifestoes, never-ending complaints,”
—Louis MacNeice (19071963)
“If man were happy, he would be the more so, the less he was diverted, like the saints and God.”
—Blaise Pascal (16231662)
“The Saints come,
as human as a mouth,
with a bag of God in their backs,
like a hunchback,
they come marching in.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)