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  • S.S.W. It is 80 leagues from E. to W. where widest, but considerably less towards the north, where it ends in a point named St Ignatius which is about 15 leagues from east to west [2].

    A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 07

  • He is now going to St Ignatius and is very much up to date with everything going on in politics.

    Separating the Journalism Baby From the Newspapers Bathwater

  • Non-geographic meanings are here too: santa cruz is “holy cross,” the crusading catholic religion; St Ignatius, founder of the Jesuits who so permeated life in the Americas during early colonization.

    Erin Moure on Andrés Ajens

  • From St Ignatius, who followed St Peter as bishop of Antioch, we read, Wherever the bishop appears, let the congregation gather.

    Guardians, encouragers, examples to the flock

  • From St Ignatius, who followed St Peter as bishop of Antioch, we read, Wherever the bishop appears, let the congregation gather.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • As you are well aware, since in the Spiritual Exercises you have often undertaken meditation on "the two flags" under St Ignatius' guidance, our world is the theatre of a battle between good and evil where powerful negative forces are at work.

    Archive 2008-03-02

  • As you are well aware, since in the Spiritual Exercises you have often undertaken meditation on "the two flags" under St Ignatius' guidance, our world is the theatre of a battle between good and evil where powerful negative forces are at work.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • At St Ignatius, where there was the song 'faith is like a child ', and how simple and trusting a child is?

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • 'No. I've been assigned to help Professor Zimmerman, for the sake of St Ignatius.'

    Moonwar

  • Two discoveries of ancient MSS. made during his stay in London, the one containing a shorter text of the _Epistles of St Ignatius_, and the other an unknown work _On all the Heresies_, by Bishop Hippolytus, had already led him to write his _Hippolytus and his Age: Doctrine and Practice of Rome under Commodus and Severus_ (1852).

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

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