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It is particularly valuable for the trustworthy notices of the early history of Scotland which are embedded in the lives of the national saints.
Calvary national saints.
It deals with the three great national saints of Ireland, Patrick, Brigid, and Columbcille.
The rationale for this shift is to use national saints to inspire Catholics – and thereby counter the competition from Protestants, especially Evangelicals.
For this reason the Aquitanian and Saxon translators of the good legend-writer were careful to add to his recital the lives of their own national saints.
Queen Margaret, was canonised in 1250 and after the ceremonial transfer of her remains to Dunfermline Abbey, emerged as one of most revered national saints.
However, the four constituent nations of the UK (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) all have National Saints' days.
Saint Edward was one of England's national saints until King Edward III adopted Saint George as the national patron saint c. 1350.
The reredos was dedicated in 1919 and contains carvings of Christ on the Cross, Mary and John, and the four national saints, Saints George, Andrew, Patrick and David.
However Edward III promoted St George over the previous national saints of St Edmund, St Edward the Confessor and Saint Gregory the Great.
By the entrance hung a framed summary of the Church's soo-year history, listing everything of relevance except the fact that, in this church in 1940, Codreanu and the thirteen other executed Legionnaires had been declared "national saints."
"National Heroes of Yezidi People", "National Saints of Yezidi People", "Aziz Tamoyan – National Hero of Yezidi People" postures have also been published.
Today, Saints Cyril and Methodius are revered there as national saints and their name day (5 July), "Sts Cyril and Methodius Day" is a national holiday in Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Fourteen members of the Legion of the Archangel Michael-the fascist "Iron Guard"-including the organization's leader, Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, were about to be buried and canonized as "national saints" by priests of the Romanian Orthodox Church, who had been chanting and swinging censers all night.
What would it be like to return to her native soil?
A number of them never saw their native soil or loved ones again.
In many ways, the local boy made good was returning to his native soil.
We seem to want music that grows out of a specific native soil.
I return bringing the hope and faith of God to my native soil!
They can have certain advantages over those built on native soils.
But by doing so, he is opening up native soil to the enemies.
With the celebrated team back home on native soil, it was time to party for a second straight night.
Only a bit of one's native soil, and that is safely here.
"Do not ever forget your native soil and the people who live there.
But he must endure these last few days on his native soil without complaint.
Roger wanted to get home before Mike died, so he could be put down and buried in his native soil.
Thus the import of the speech he delivered on his native soil.
Mid-20th-century America saw an art form not only established on native soil but also constantly renewed.
He decided to take the name Međimurec as a sign of love for his native soil.
"Very often, you can see the original, native soil underneath that," he said.
Yet another important factor in de- fending what was again his country's native soil.
And now his feet were back on his native soil for the first time in over ten years.
I left America, which is my native soil, in my youth.
He had put down no roots, having no native soil.
The money will go to support Scottish composers, all but one of whom lives on native soil.
Some, like the American lives lost in Iraq, come home to be buried on native soil.
Contrary to what might have been expected, the missiles did not head for a supposed enemy, but turned upon their native soil.
The infidels would have to pay a heavy price for peace and quiet on their native soil.
Others place native soil in their coffins, especially if they have relocated.
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