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Paul, St. US English

(Died circa 64), missionary; known as Paul the Apostle, Saul of Tarsus, or the Apostle of the Gentiles. He first opposed the followers of Jesus, but after a vision became one of the first major Christian missionaries and theologians. His epistles form part of the New Testament. Feast day, June 29

St. Paul US English

The capital of Minnesota, on the Mississippi River adjacent to Minneapolis with which it forms the Twin Cities metropolitan area; population 279,590 (est. 2008). First settled in 1838, it prospered as a trading center and became the state capital in 1858

St. Paul's Cathedral US English

A cathedral on Ludgate Hill, London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren and built between 1675 and 1711

Vincent de Paul, St. US English

(1581–1660), French priest. He devoted his life to work among the poor and the sick and established institutions for his work, including the Daughters of Charity (Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul) 1633. Feast day, July 19

St Paul New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

state capital of Minnesota

St Paul's Cathedral New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

cathedral on Ludgate Hill, London

St Paul's Epistle to Timothy in epistle English-Spanish

la epístola de San Pablo a Timoteo