Grace Dieu can refer to:
- Grace Dieu, an English fifteenth century ship
- Grace-Dieu, Leicestershire place
- Grace Dieu Priory, Augustinian abbey at Grace Dieu, Leicestershire
- Grace Dieu Manor School, A preparatory school in Leicestershire
- Grace Dieu Manor, nineteenth century Grade II* country house
- Grace Dieu Abbey, Augustinian abbey, County Dublin
- Grace Dieu Abbey in Monmouthshire, Wales
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... The Grace Dieu Abbey is an Augustinian abbey in County Dublin, Ireland ... son Sir Christopher Barnewall built Turvey House nearby, reputedly from the stones of Grace Dieu, of which only ruins survive ...
... assistance of Ambrose Phillips de Lisle of Grace Dieu Manor, who after his conversion in December 1825, devoted all his energies to the spread of the Catholic ... they would undertake missionary work and with this view he had built three chapels at Grace-Dieu, Whitwick and the abbey ...
... of the second family estate, the manor of Grace-Dieu in Leicestershire, which before the Protestant Reformation had been the Augustinian Grace Dieu Priory ... Here Ambrose Phillipps built a new manor-house Grace Dieu Manor, 1833–34, and in the meantime he and his wife resided at Leamington, or at Garendon Park. 1844, while, during the same period, he founded missions at Grace Dieu and Whitwick ...
Famous quotes containing the word grace:
“Jesu Crist us sende
Housbondes meke, yonge, and fresshe abedde,
And grace toverbyde hem that we wedde.
And eek I preye Jesu shorte hir lyves
That wol nat be governed by hir wyves;
And olde and angry nigardes of dispence,
God sende hem sone verray pestilence.”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)