Translation: from english

St. John of God

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  • John of God, Saint — • Portuguese shepherd, soldier, bookseller, finally found his niche caring for the health of the poor in Granada, became de facto founder of a religious order, d. 1550 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John of God — Infobox Saint name=Saint John of God birth date=March 8, 1495 death date=March 8, 1550 feast day=March 8 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church imagesize=250px caption=John of God as painted by Murillo birth place=Montemor o Novo, Portugal death… …   Wikipedia

  • John of God, Saint — ▪ Portuguese monk Spanish  San Juan De Dios,  original name  Juan Ciudad,  Portuguese  São João De Deus, or João Cidade  born March 8, 1495, Montemor o Novo, Port. died March 8, 1550, Granada, Spain; canonized 1690; feast day March 8… …   Universalium

  • John of God — (1495–1550)    Philanthropist, Order Founder and Saint.    John was a native of Portugal and, as a young man, he served as a soldier. When he was about forty he turned back to religion and, guided by John of avila, he dedicated his life to the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • St. John of God —     St. John of God     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. John of God     Born at Montemor o Novo, Portugal, 8 March, 1495, of devout Christian parents; died at Granada, 8 March, 1550. The wonders attending the saints birth heralded a life many sided …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Saint John of God — may refer to:*John of God, a Portuguese born friar and saint *Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God, a Roman Catholic order *St John of God Hospital, Geelong, a private hospital in Australia *St John of God Health Care, Australia s third… …   Wikipedia

  • Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God — • The founder of this religious institution, was born 8 March, 1495, at Montemor Novo, in Portugal Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God     Brothers Hospitaller …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God — The Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God are a Roman Catholic order founded in 1572. They are also known commonly as the Fatebenefratelli, meaning Do Good Brothers in Italian.HistorySt. John of God, the founder of this religious institution,… …   Wikipedia

  • St John of God Health Care — is Australia s third largest private hospital operator, with 14 hospitals and facilities in the states of Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria, as well as New Zealand.The symbol used by St John of God is a cross with a pomegranate. The …   Wikipedia

  • St John of God Hospital, Geelong — Hospital Name = PAGENAME Location = Geelong, Victoria State = Victoria (Australia) Country = Australia Beds = 163 Caption = Myers Street entrance to the hospital Affiliation = | Emergency = None| Certification = | Speciality = Founded = 1974 |… …   Wikipedia

  • brother hospitaler of st. john of god — |jän Usage: usually capitalized B&H, capitalized S&J&G Etymology: after St. John of God died 1550 Spanish religious, who founded the institute : a member of a Roman Catholic religious institute founded in 1540 at Granada, Spain, and devoted… …   Useful english dictionary


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