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Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:06 am

Todays Saints
 
http://www.catholic.org/saints/sofd.php

:)

November 29

St. Saturninus
St. Brendan of Birr
St. Sadwen
Sts. Saturninus & Sisinius
St. Cuthbert Mayne
Bl. Dionysius
St. Egelwine
St. Gulstan
St. Hardoin
St. Radbod
St. Paramon and Companions
St. Philomenus

treskillard Nov 29th 2007 10:08 am

Re: Todays Saints
 
I see Blodwyn Dionysius got in there.
Why are all the others called Stephen or Stephanie?

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:10 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by treskillard (Post 5613657)
I see Blodwyn Dionysius got in there.
Why are all the others called Stephen or Stephanie?

There's Stan Hardoin:)

treskillard Nov 29th 2007 10:14 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613663)
There's Stan Hardoin:)

Stinky Radbod - always needed a shower - they doused him in lavender extract and pulled his bodily hairs out one by one before making him work on the perfume counter at John Lewis.

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:17 am

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Stumpy Cuthbert Mayne....they tried to behead him....he went under the axe

treskillard Nov 29th 2007 10:20 am

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Stoner Brendan of Birr: drank himself to death but before leaving us saw a risen Christ with the broken shards of a pint glass stuck in his palms.

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:23 am

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Stuart Saturninus and Stewart Sisinus....were martyred for being just good friends:unsure:

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:41 am

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Just so everyone is aware, St Radbod lived around 900AD and wrote a book about the miracles of Saint Martin and is not to be confused with King Radbod who about 200 years previously had purged Christians in the Friesland area, following the death of Pippin the second, whose father had been one of the fellowship of the ring:)

http://www.britannica.com/eb/topic-702665/Radbod

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 10:49 am

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http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=5224

I think they meant Trajanus Decius:lol:

treskillard Nov 29th 2007 10:58 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613798)
http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=5224

I think they meant Trajanus Decius:lol:

or Trajanus Delicius perhaps?

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:00 am

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Originally Posted by treskillard (Post 5613822)
or Trajanus Delicius perhaps?

The founder of the French Golden Orchard:)

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:03 am

Re: Todays Saints
 
My favourite saint is Saint Jacob.

treskillard Nov 29th 2007 11:03 am

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Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613828)
The founder of the French Golden Orchard:)

Following the death of Pippin it was only natural

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:04 am

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Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613835)
My favourite saint is Saint Jacob.


He worked himself into the grave, didn't he?

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:05 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613839)
He worked himself into the grave, didn't he?

Nah, he had a creek.

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:05 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by treskillard (Post 5613837)
Following the death of Pippin it was only natural

And following the death of Pippin's faithful companion, we get the term for Merrydown Cider:)

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:06 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613843)
Nah, he had a creek.

Aha, I'm with you....I thought he'd become Jacob cream crackered:lol:

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:10 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613849)
Aha, I'm with you....I thought he'd become Jacob cream crackered:lol:

Nah, he just made Jacob's Creek, although he was probably cream crackered at the end of it:)

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:14 am

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Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613857)
Nah, he just made Jacob's Creek, although he was probably cream crackered at the end of it:)

I've had a sneak preview at tomorrow's saints...we got some excitement coming this way, I can tell you:thumbup:

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:17 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613864)
I've had a sneak preview at tomorrow's saints...we got some excitement coming this way, I can tell you:thumbup:

I can't wait, any chance of a preview?

I might even take the day off work.....

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:20 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613875)
I can't wait, any chance of a preview?

I might even take the day off work.....

I could post a spolier:lol::lol:

No point in that so what do you think?

Deb Nov 29th 2007 11:21 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613843)
Nah, he had a creek.



My favourite is the Brown Brothers, saints both of them..:)

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:23 am

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Originally Posted by Deb (Post 5613887)
My favourite is the Brown Brothers, saints both of them..:)

Bobby and Arthur:lol::lol:

Deb Nov 29th 2007 11:24 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613890)
Bobby and Arthur:lol::lol:




No, St Verdello Brown & St Reisling Brown, I honour them daily..:)

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:26 am

Re: Todays Saints
 
Arthur Brown should be sainted...

http://www.godofhellfire.co.uk/

Actually in a few years time, anotherbloodyyank may look like that

Ransi Nov 29th 2007 11:28 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by treskillard (Post 5613657)
I see Blodwyn Dionysius got in there.
Why are all the others called Stephen or Stephanie?

All Blodwyns are ladies....

Ransi Nov 29th 2007 11:29 am

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Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613857)
Nah, he just made Jacob's Creek, although he was probably cream crackered at the end of it:)

Me lofeth sant jac.:wub:

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:35 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Ransi (Post 5613922)
Me lofeth sant jac.:wub:

Amen sister.

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:36 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Deb (Post 5613887)
My favourite is the Brown Brothers, saints both of them..:)

Amen to that too sister:)

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:37 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613884)
I could post a spolier:lol::lol:

No point in that so what do you think?

I think the *****SPOILER*****is a great idea:D

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:39 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613844)
And following the death of Pippin's faithful companion, we get the term for Merrydown Cider:)


Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613849)
Aha, I'm with you....I thought he'd become Jacob cream crackered:lol:


Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613857)
Nah, he just made Jacob's Creek, although he was probably cream crackered at the end of it:)


Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613864)
I've had a sneak preview at tomorrow's saints...we got some excitement coming this way, I can tell you:thumbup:


Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613875)
I can't wait, any chance of a preview?

I might even take the day off work.....


Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613884)
I could post a spolier:lol::lol:

No point in that so what do you think?


Originally Posted by Deb (Post 5613887)
My favourite is the Brown Brothers, saints both of them..:)


Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613890)
Bobby and Arthur


Originally Posted by Deb (Post 5613893)
No, St Verdello Brown & St Reisling Brown, I honour them daily..:)


Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613902)
Arthur Brown should be sainted...

http://www.godofhellfire.co.uk/

Actually in a few years time, anotherbloodyyank may look like that


Originally Posted by Ransi (Post 5613915)
All Blodwyns are ladies....


Originally Posted by Ransi (Post 5613922)
Me lofeth sant jac


Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613951)
Amen sister.


Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613953)
Amen to that too sister:)


Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613956)
I think the *****SPOILER*****is a great idea


Amen to that brothers and sisters.

Shakmaty Nov 29th 2007 11:41 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by walla (Post 5613964)
Amen to that brothers and sisters.

cheers dad:)

spoiler coming....

walla Nov 29th 2007 11:43 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5613970)
cheers dad:)

spoiler coming....

:wub:

Shakmaty Nov 30th 2007 10:40 am

Re: Todays Saints
 
As spoiled yesterday, some crackers here:lol:

November 30
St. Andrew
St. Zosimus
St. Trojan
St. Tudwal
St. Constantius
St. Joseph Marchand
St. Maura

Shakmaty Nov 30th 2007 10:42 am

Re: Todays Saints
 
Apparently Andrew followed John the Baptist until JtB pointed out Jesus and said "Behold the lamb of God"

Therefore why is Andrew patron Saint of Scotland and not Wales?:confused:

Shakmaty Nov 30th 2007 10:45 am

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Saint Zosimus apparently performed many miracles and was known as "Wonder Worker"....he was married to Linda Carter:)

Shakmaty Dec 1st 2007 10:35 am

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A right motley Crew today....

December 1

St. Eligius
St. Edmund Campion
St. Agericus
Bl. Alexander Briant
St. Ananias
St. Ansanus
St. Ursicinus
St. Candres
St. Castritian
St. Constantian
St. Diodorus & Marianus
St. Evasius
St. Grwst
Bl. John Beche
St. Leontius
St. Lucius
Bl. Richard Langley
St. Natalia
St. Olympiades

gruffbrown Dec 1st 2007 10:40 am

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Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5620884)

St. Diodorus & Marianus

Saints of Minor football leagues and Trenches?

gruffbrown Dec 1st 2007 10:41 am

Re: Todays Saints
 

Originally Posted by Shakmaty (Post 5620884)
St. Ananias

Otherwise known as the Pineapple Saint

Shakmaty Dec 1st 2007 10:42 am

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Originally Posted by gruffbrown (Post 5620891)
Saints of Minor football leagues and Trenches?

That'll be Saints and Greavsie:D


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