Saint Anthony

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Saint Anthony, Antony, or Antonius may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Anthony of Antioch (d. 302), Martyr under Diocletian. Feast day: January 9.
  • Anthony the Great (c.251–356), Egyptian Christian saint and Desert Father. Feast day: January 17 or 30.
  • Anthony the Hermit (c.468–c.520), also known as Antony of Lérins. Feast day: Dec 28.
  • Antony the Younger (785–865), Byzantine monk. Feast day: Dec 1.
  • Anthony of Kiev (c.983–1073), also known as Anthony of the Caves. Feast day: July 23.
  • Anthony of Rome (died 1147), also known as Antony Rimlyanin. Feast day: Jan 17 and Aug 3.
  • Anthony of Padua (c.1195–1231), a Doctor of the Church, also known as Saint Anthony of Lisbon. Feast day: June 13.
  • Antoninus of Florence (1389–1459), also known as Anthony of Florence. Feast day: May 10.
  • Antony of Siya (1479–1556), founder of the Antonievo-Siysky Monastery. Feast day: December 7.
  • Anthony of St. Ann Galvão (1739-1822), also known as Frei Galvão. Feast day: May 11.
  • Anthony Mary Claret (1807–1870), founder of the Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Feast Day: October 24.

Orders[edit]

Places[edit]

Canada[edit]

England[edit]

United States[edit]

Caribbean region[edit]

Africa[edit]

  • San Antonio de Palé on Annobón, particularly in reference to the British fort there in the 19th century

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

Saint Anthony in (Spanish) / (Italian) / (Portuguese) / (German)