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Goddess of prosperity, especially agricultural.
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- Perpetua and Felicitas
- infant, and Felicitas, her servant, who was pregnant and gave birth in the jail shortly before her death.
- The Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicitas
- "The Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicitas".
- CV Felicitas Lorenzetti
- Montreal, Quebec. Canada H2W 1P3. Phone 001 514 289-1851.
- CURRICULUM VITAE Prof. Dr. Felicitas Pauss
- Felicitas Pauss / March 2011. 1 / 2. CURRICULUM VITAE.
Suggested News Resources
- Octogenarian to plead guilty to migrant smuggling
- SAN DIEGO (AP) — Felicitas Gurrola stands out at a time when the migrant smuggling business has turned increasingly violent and is dominated by large, mostly male organizations that choose perilous routes through remote mountains and deserts.
- Turnover of Malacañang sa Sugbo set
- By Princess Dawn H. Felicitas AFTER more than a year, the Cebu City Government will finally have custody of the Malacañang sa Sugbo.
- DOF dangles P200M loan to rebuild market building
- By Princess Dawn H. Felicitas THE Department of Finance (DOF) has offered the Cebu City Government a P200-million loan to rebuild the Carbon Market Unit II.
- It's All About New Beginnings at Memorial School
- By Felicitas Cortez Wednesday marked more than just the start of the school year for District 146. It marked the start of the school year in a newly renovated building.
- Back to School: Care Options for Your School-Aged Child
- By Felicitas Cortez School buses will be MIA for a while. Flickr user Tomash Devenishek Just a generation ago, many school-aged children let themselves into the house every afternoon courtesy of a key worn around their neck.
Suggested Web Resources
- Felicitas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In Roman mythology, Felicitas (meaning "good luck" or "fortune") was the goddess or personification of good luck and success.
- Perpetua and Felicity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Passion of St. Perpetua, St.
- Felicitas (2009) - IMDb
- Directed by María Teresa Costantini. With Antonella Costa, Sabrina Garciarena, Luis Brandoni, Ana Celentano. Film about Felicitas Guerrero de Álzaga's life.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Felicitas
- Roman martyr. Article explains how she and the seven martyrs who are called her sons have come to have different feast days.
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