Saint Regis (or St. Regis) may refer to John Francis Regis, recognized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.
Other uses of the name include:
- St. Regis Hotel, New York City
- St. Regis Mohawk Reservation, New York
- Saint Regis Mountain, New York
- Saint Regis, Quebec, the Canadian side of the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation, also called Akwesasne
- St. Regis, New York
- St. Regis, a co-op complex in St. Louis, Missouri
- St. Regis Falls, New York, a village in Waverly, New York
- St. Regis, Montana
- St. Regis Museum Tower in San Francisco
- St. Regis Park, Kentucky
- St. Regis River in New York
- Upper Saint Regis Lake
- Lower Saint Regis Lake
- Saint Regis Pond
- Saint Regis Canoe Area
- St. Regis Indians, a lacrosse team from New York
- Saint Regis University, a defunct diploma mill
- Dodge St. Regis, an automobile
- See also
- Regis (disambiguation)
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“Its impossible to represent a saint [in Art]. It becomes boring. Perhaps because he is, like the Saturday Evening Post people, in the position of having almost infinitely free will.”
—W.H. (Wystan Hugh)