In Biblical terms, when speaking of Saint Anne or Anna, a person would be referring to the mother of the Virgin Mary. As such, Christians regard Saint Anna as the grandmother of Jesus Christ.
Saint Anne brought forth common hope; the germ of promise.
Saint Anne has been dead for about 2000 years and we have no idea what she is thinking today.
Saint johns,Saint David's,Vere, Saint Katherine,Saint Maries and Saint Anne
Aine is Irish for Anne, therefore there is a Saint Aine, Saint Anne.
Saint Anne Line is the patron saint of childless people. Saint Anne Line was born in 1567 and died on February 27, 1601.
Anne, the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, was declared a saint by the early Christians long before the canonization process was instituted. She was honored as a saint primarily by the eastern churches but her cultus extended to the whole Church in 1584 under Pope Gregory XIII.
Saint Anne was a wife, mother and housewife herself.
Anne Boleyn is not a canonized saint in the Catholic Church.
Saint Anne was declared a saint in 1584. She is the grandmother of Jesus Christ as her daughter was Mary.
Anne was married to Saint Joachim according to tradition.
Tradition says that Anne married Saint Joachim.
Society of Saint Anne was created in 1969.
Saint Anne in Vatican was created in 1583.
Saint Anne School was created in 1894.
If Anne were still alive today she would be about 2070 years old. Since we have no record of either her birth or her death, there is no precise answer to that question.
The name derives from Anne or Anna which are saint names.
Nobody hung Saint Anne. She died a natural death.
Saint Anne, the mother of the Blessed Virgin, was not a writer.
Saint Anne Line is the patron saint of:-childless people-converts-widows
St. Anne was always honored as a saint from the earliest days. However, in 1584, she was officially recognized as a saint by the Church.
Not "of Denmark". There is a saint called Anne, but she's not particularily Danish.
Saint Joachim was Anne's husband according to Church tradition.
Hannah is sometimes used interchangeably with Anne and, yes, there is a Saint Anne.