Saints Peter and Paul

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Synonyms for Saints Peter and Paul

first celebrated in the 3rd century


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A year after the suppression of the worker-priests, the Dominicans released Loew to found the Saints Peter and Paul Labor Mission.
The two Russias briefly came together inside a thick-walled fortress on the bank of the Neva River, where the remains of Nicholas, most of his family and four of his servants were lowered into a single white crypt in Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral.
2) The coffins of the czar, his family and four servants rests in Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral.
today at the Saints Peter and Paul Parish in Poblacion, Makati City in commemoration of the joint feast day of the pillars of the Catholic Church--Saints Peter and Paul.
at Stockton and Jefferson Streets at Fisherman's Wharf, proceed south through North Beach on Columbus Avenue, and end in Washington Square Park in front of Saints Peter and Paul Church.
Catholics worldwide celebrate the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul on June 29, 2014, to honor their martyrdom in the Year 67 in Rome, Italy.