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  • His holiness and piety, together with his great learning, earned for him the title Venerable, and after his death, in 735, his bones were enshrined.

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  • The title Venerable seems to have been associated with him approximately within two generations after his death.

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  • The title Venerable seems to have been associated with him approximately within two generations after his death.

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  • The title Venerable seems to have been associated with him approximately within two generations after his death.

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  • On July 9, 1985, she received the title Venerable Sister Alphonsa.

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  • On July 9, 1985, she received the title Venerable Sister Alphonsa.

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  • Three Buddhist nuns, explaining under immunity from prosecution how they altered and destroyed incriminating checks and documents, were respectfully addressed by their title Venerable.

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  • Three Buddhist nuns, explaining under immunity from prosecution how they altered and destroyed incriminating checks and documents, were respectfully addressed by their title Venerable.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Three Buddhist nuns, explaining under immunity from prosecution how they altered and destroyed incriminating checks and documents, were respectfully addressed by their title Venerable.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • Three Buddhist nuns, explaining under immunity from prosecution how they altered and destroyed incriminating checks and documents, were respectfully addressed by their title Venerable.

    No Uncertain Terms

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