Antoninus, Saint
Antoninus, Saint
Archbishop of Florence, Dominican reformer, moral theologian, d. 1459

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  • Antoninus, Saint — ▪ archbishop of Florence original name  Antonino Pierozzi , or  Antonino de Forciglioni , Antonino also spelled  Antonio  born March 1, 1389, Florence died May 2, 1459, Florence; canonized 1523; feast day May 10       archbishop of Florence who… …   Universalium

  • Antoninus of Florence — For others known as Saint Anthony, see Saint Anthony (disambiguation). Saint Antoninus Bust outside the home of Saint Antoninus, Torre dei Pierozzi. Florence, Italy. Bishop and Confessor …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Antoninus — can refer to: *Antoninus of Pamiers *Antoninus of Syria *Antoninus of Piacenza *Antoninus Fontana (Antonino Fontana), archbishop of Milan (d. 661) *Antoninus of Florence (1389 1459) *Antoninus of Sorrento (d. 830 AD) …   Wikipedia

  • Antoninus — may refer to:*Antoninus Pius (86–161) or other Antonines, especially Marcus Aurelius *Caracalla (186–217) *Antoninus Liberalis, an ancient Greek grammarian who lived between the first and third centuries AD *Antoninus (philosopher), Neoplatonist… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Anthony — may refer to: People Anthony of Antioch (d. 302), Martyr under Diocletian. Feast day: January 9 Anthony the Great (c.251–356), Egyptian Christian saint and Desert Father. Feast day: January 17 or 30 Anthony the Hermit (c.468–c.520), also known as …   Wikipedia

  • Saint-antonin-du-var — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Saint Antonin. Saint Antonin du Var …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Antoninus of Sorrento — Infobox Saint name= Saint Antoninus of Sorrento birth date= death date=830 AD feast day= February 14 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church Eastern Orthodox Church imagesize= 250px caption= birth place= death place= titles= beatified date= beatified …   Wikipedia

  • Antoninus of Piacenza — The sixth century pilgrim Antoninus of Piacenza who described the holy places of Jerusalem in the 570s AD is confused often with Saint Antoninus of Piacenza, who is venerated as a saint and martyr in the Roman Catholic Church, with a feast day of …   Wikipedia

  • Antoninus of Pamiers — Infobox Saint name= Saint Antoninus of Pamiers birth date= death date=? feast day= 2 September venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 260px caption= Carving in Pamiers Cathedral depicting the voyage of Antoninus relics. birth place=… …   Wikipedia

  • Antoninus — (1389–1459)    Saint, Archbishop, Theologian and Economist.    Antoninus was a native of Florence, and he joined the Dominican Order at Cortona at the age of sixteen. There he was a contemporary of Fra angelico. He rose rapidly in the Church,… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

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