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- n. a Christian holy day
- n. a town in northwest Missouri on the Missouri River; in the 19th century it became the eastern terminus of the pony express
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Observations of the famous flights of Saint Joseph of Copertino and Saint Teresa of Avila’s self-reports show that levitation is a by-product of a special state of mind—ecstasy.
Speaking of transportation, Saint Joseph of Copertino, star eighteenth-century levitator, fasted relentlessly.
The Chapel of Saint Joseph looked like just the sort of place a magical cup might be found, a Roman temple half crumbled to ruins in the middle of a misty English plain.