Definition of Bernadette, St in English:

Bernadette, St

Line breaks: St Ber¦na|dette
Pronunciation: /ˌbəːnəˈdɛt
 
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( 1844–79), French peasant girl; born Marie Bernarde Soubirous. Her visions of the Virgin Mary in Lourdes in 1858 led to the town’s establishment as a centre of pilgrimage. Bernadette later became a nun and was canonized in 1933. Feast day, 18 February.

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