Saint John

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List Of Roman Catholic Seminaries - United States - Minnesota
... Saint John’s School of Theology∙Seminary (Collegeville, Minnesota) (Collegeville) - Saint John's School of Theology∙Seminary opened in 1857 as ... John Vianney College Seminary (St ... Paul) Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity (St ...
Subdivisions Of Antigua And Barbuda
... Parish or Dependency Capital Area km² Population Census 1 ... Saint George Piggots 24.41 2 ... Saint John Saint John's 66.96 3 ... Saint Mary Bolans 63.55 4 ... Saint Paul Falmouth 45.27 5 ... Saint ...
Saint John, Austin, Texas
... Saint John (alternately Saint John's) is a neighborhood of Austin, Texas within the 78752 zip code ...
List Of Oldest Buildings In Canada - New Brunswick
... House Museum 1812 ... Hillsborough, New Brunswick Carleton Martello Tower 1815 Saint John, New Brunswick Loyalist House 2½ 1810-1817 Saint John Built by David Daniel Merrit St ... John's Anglican (Stone) Church 1825 Saint John Christ Church Cathedral 1853 ... Fredericton Frank Wills Fredericton City Hall 1876 ... Fredericton New Brunswick Legislature 1882 ... Fredericton ...
St George's Church, Heaviley - Architecture - Interior
... three carved panels, the central one depicting the Crucifixion, and the others the Virgin Mary and Saint John ... The pulpit contains six niches containing the figures of Saint Paul, Saint Matthew, Saint Mark, Saint Luke, Saint John, and Saint Peter ... and contains a carved oak reredos including the figures of Saint John the Divine and Saint John the Baptist ...

More definitions of "Saint John":

  • (noun): A port in eastern Canada; the largest city in New Brunswick.
    Synonyms: St. John

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