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Saints

In the Catholic Church a saint is a person whose holiness has been testified and formally accepted. Lives of the Saints especially that of Jacopbus de Voragine became one of the important Memory Sources in the Mediaeval period. Library of Congress: Narrower Term: Buddhist saints Narrower Term: Christian saints Narrower Term: Hagiography Narrower Term: Hindu saints Narrower Term: Jaina saints Narrower Term: Muslim saints Narrower Term: Women saints Narrower Term: Sikh saints Narrower Term: Zaddikim listed by us under Wiki Heading: Types of Saints. Wiki Title (e.g. Archbishop of Canterbury) Consecrated Ended Predecessor Successor Born Died Venerated Beatified Canonlized buried Major Shrine Commemorated Feast Attributes Patronage School Main Interests Notable Idea Influenced by Influenced What Titles Images of Saints
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