- Bon·i·face (b n -f s ), Saint. Originally Winfrid or Wynfrith. 675?
- The story of Saint Boniface, the Namesake
- The story of Saint Boniface, the Namesake. Compiled by Charlene Pierce, passim. St.
- In Tribute to our Father Boniface
- In 1907, Father Boniface was assigned to teach at Saint Lawrence. Seminary, at Mt. For one year Fr.
- St. Boniface Catholic Church Lafayette, Indiana September 11, 2011
- 2 days ago St. Boniface Catholic Church. Lafayette, Indiana.
- CHURCH OF ST. BONIFACE
- 424 St. Boniface 09/11/11. September 4th Make checks payable to St.
- Woman examined by unauthorized hospital employee
- Beginning of Story Content An investigation is underway after a woman was examined at St. Boniface General Hospital by a staff member who was not medical personnel.
- One in custody after St. Boniface stabbing
- A man is recovering from his injuries after being stabbed outside a St. Boniface clinic. Witnesses say two men began fighting in the parking lot outside the Norwood Family Medical Centre on Marion Street just after 6 pm Monday evening.
- At age 41, Kelly Boniface is among Colorado's top women cyclists
- By Claire Martin Racer Kelly Boniface powers up a hill near the end of the Town Challenge Mountain Bike course in Steamboat Springs.
- Tanzania/Mozambique: 'Twiga Can Triumph in Maputo
- TWIGA Stars head coach Charles Boniface Mkwasa has exuded optimism in the ability of his team to stand out at the 10th All Africa Games scheduled to take place in Maputo, Mozambique, from September 3-18.
- Kiwi pride
- Southland World Cup Strategic Group chairman Neil Boniface, also a city councillor, says some people have been critical of the money being pumped into the World Cup festivities in Southland.
- Saint Boniface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Saint Boniface (Latin: Bonifacius) (c.
- Pope Boniface VIII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pope Boniface VIII (c.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Boniface
- Born Winfrid, a native of England, Benedictine monk, the Apostle of Germany, martyred in 755.
- Saints.SQPN.com » Blog Archive » Saint Boniface
- Once in Saxony, Boniface encountered a tribe worshiping a Norse deity in the form of a huge oak tree.
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