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- Hecate: Patroness Of Witchcraft and Witches
- Myth of Hecate Hecate is known as the dark Goddess of the moon. She witnessed the abduction of Persephone, daughter of Demeter. She was able to act as a mediator when Demeter bargained with Zeus to rescue her daughter. Hecate herself, presided over Persephone'...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
- (one hundred) Daughter of Perses and Asteria, She was a Goddess of travels by night, especially a patroness of crossroads, and by extension, any choice made in darkness or incomplete knowledge. She is often portrayed bearing two torches, and she has close...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
- I. Consort of Jupiter and queen of Heaven. Similar in most respects to the Hellenic Hera, Juno was considered the Protectress of Women ans Patroness of the Matronly virtues.As with Her Greek counterpart, she suffers from jealous rages at her Consort's...
Deities & Heros >> Roman
- Norse Goddess similiar to Hel. Holda- A goddess known through German folklore, her name means "the Gracious One". She has much in common with Frigga, being the patroness of spinners and the keeper of social order, especially enforcing taboos about...
Deities & Heros >> Nordic & Germanic
- The Sacred Wheel: The Sabbats
- The Wheel of the Year honors the never ending cycle of life, death, and rebirth. It expresses the belief which Pagan religions hold that time is circular, not linear. The Sabbats are derived from the rich traditions of seasonal festivals as celebrated by...
Paganism & Wicca >> Holidays
- Morrighan (the), Morrigan, Morrigu
- ("Great Queen", "Specter Queen", "Supreme War Goddess" or "Queen of Phantoms or Demons") Irish/Celtic. The Dark aspect of the Celtic Triple Goddess. Crone aspect of the Goddess. Great Mother. Moon Goddess. Great White...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
- (protectress. cf. "Hero"=defender)Daughter of Kronos and Rhea, wife of Zeus and Queen of the Universe. Her jealousies and vengeances are legendary; not, perhaps, surprising in light of Zeus' proclivities. She is a patroness of the matronly virtues,...
Deities & Heros >> Greek
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- AUSTRALIA'S FORGOTTEN PATRONESS
- of material, as Our Lady was recognized as national Patroness of that country. single book on devotion to its national or, better, forgotten Patroness.
- St. Therese of Lisieux, Patroness of the Missions September 1997
- nity to recall that Therese is patroness of missionaries and missions.
- Saint Nonna, Patroness of Information Services
- Nov 5, 1998 St. Nonna, with St. Francis de Sales, is a patroness of.
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- Feast of Saint Monica on Saturday
- MANILA, Philippines — A commemorative mass in observance of the feast of Saint Monica, the patroness of mothers and wives, will be celebrated by Fr. Peter A. Casino at 5:30 pm Saturday at the San Agustin Church in Intramuros, Manila.
- Minalin church declared nat'l treasure
- The religious ceremony, attended by government officials led by Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo and Minalin Mayor Arturo “Katoy” Naguit, was also in celebration of the feast of Saint Monica, the patroness of mothers and wives.
- The Augustinians and Forthill
- Its patroness was Margaret Athy who was the wife of the then mayor, Stephen Lynch.
- Mass in Coral Gables will celebrate Our Lady of Charity milestone
- Better known as La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre, Our Lady of Charity is the patroness of Cuba. The Mass celebrates an event that took place on Sept.
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- patroness - definition of patroness by the Free Online Dictionary
- A woman who supports, protects, or champions someone or something, such as an institution, event, or cause; a sponsor or benefactor. 2.
- Patroness - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
- Definition of PATRONESS.
- Patron saint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- A patron saint is a saint who is regarded as the intercessor and advocate in heaven of a nation, place, craft, activity, class, clan, family, or person.
- About Saint Philomena, Patroness and Protectress of the Universal
- Learn the history and story of many miracles of Saint Philomena. The information you will find on this site is the most accurate and factual anywhere on the web.
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