Saint Columba


Saint Columba

Saint Columba may refer to:

* Columba of Scotland
* Saint Columba (the Virgin), also known as Saint Columba of Cornwall
* Saint Columba of Sens
* Columba of Spain
* Columba of Terryglass
* St Columb
* Sancta Columba


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  • Saint Columba's College, Dublin — Infobox School name = Saint Columba s College motto = established = 1843 type = Co educational boarding school affiliation = Church of Ireland district = grades = president = principal = head of school = dean = faculty = staff = students =… …   Wikipedia

  • Knights of Saint Columba — The Knights of St Columba (KSC) are an Order of Catholic Laymen, founded in Glasgow, Scotland in 1919 [cite book |title=The Catholic Encyclopedia |last=Herbermann |first=Charles George |year= |publisher=Appleton… …   Wikipedia

  • Columba the Virgin — Saint Columba the Virgin From stained glass window at St. Columb Major church Virgin Martyr Born very late 5th century possibly Lothian, Scotland probably …   Wikipedia

  • Columba of Sens — Saint Columba of Sens Born c. 257 Died 273 Honored in Roman Catholicism Feast December 31[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Columba of Spain — Saint Columba of Spain Martyr of Córdoba Died 853 Córdoba Honored in Roman Catholicism Major shrine Old Castile, priory of St. Columba and the royal Abbey of Our Lady at Nájera …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Otteran — Saint Otteran, a descendant of Conall Gulban, is usually identified with Odhron (also called Odhrán or Oran), who preceded Saint Columba in Iona. His death is recorded in 548 and his grave was greatly revered in Iona.According to Irish tradition… …   Wikipedia

  • Columba (disambiguation) — Columba (521–597) was an Irish Christian saint who evangelized Scotland. Columba may also refer to: Contents 1 People 1.1 Given name 2 Ships 3 Schools and colleges …   Wikipedia

  • Columba of Terryglass — Saint Columba of Terryglass Died 13 December 552(552 12 13) Honored in Roman Catholicism Feast 12 December Columba of Terryglass (died 13 December 552) was the son of Crinthainn and a disciple of St. Finnian of Clonard …   Wikipedia

  • Columba College — Coláiste Choilm Location 399 Highgate, Dunedin Coordinates …   Wikipedia


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