Liborius

Origin : Late Roman,

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Additional information Liborius:

additionalPossibly a variant of LIBERIUS, or possibly a Latinized form of a Gaulish name. Saint Liborius was a 4th-century bishop of Le Mans.

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Books about Liborius:

booksLiborius in Paderborn (German Edition) by Esther Rieck (Jul 27, 2006)

booksThe excellency of the knowledge of Jesus Christ. By the Rev. John Liborius Zimmermann, With a supplement of Professor... by Johann Liborius Zimmermann (Jun 24, 2010)

booksLiborius, Bruckenbauer Europas: Die mittelalterlichen Viten und Translationsberichte : mit einem Anhang der Manuscripta... by Volker de Vry (1997)

booksKatzenkönig Liborius Und Das Auge Der Bastet

booksLeben des Abtes Eigil von Fulda und der Aebtissin Hathumoda von Gandersheim nebst der Übertragung des hl. Liborius... by GEORG GRANDAUR

booksLeben Des Abtes Eigil Von Fulda Und Der Aebtissin Hathumoda Von Gandersheim Nebst Der Uebertragung Des Hl. Liborius... by Georg Grandaur (Jan 1, 2010)

booksDes Ehrwürdigen Vatters Liborius Siniscalchi Der Gesellschaft Jesu Priestern Lehr- Und Geistreiche Fasten- Und... by Liborio Siniscalchi and Bernhard Hipper (Oct 9, 2011)

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Liborius of Le Mans
Deceased Person, Person

Liborius of Le Mans was the second Bishop of Le Mans. He is the patron saint of the cathedral and archdiocese of Paderborn in Germany. The year of his birth is unknown; he died in 397, reputedly on 23 July.

St. Liborius School
Organization, Employer

St. Liborius School, founded in 1912, is a private elementary school, grades pre-school through eighth, located in Steger and Crete, Illinois. The Crete Campus holds PreK – 3rd and the Steger Campus hold 4th – 8th grade. St. Liborius draws students...