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- Saint Senorina (died 982) was a Galician abbess. Senorina served as the abbess of the Benedictine convent of St John of Venaria (Vieyra) after being raised...
- bishop of Poland (or 984) Otto I, duke of Swabia and Bavaria (b. 954) Senorina, Galician abbess and saint Shabbethai Donnolo, Jewish physician (b. 913)...
- (Dumium), Bishop Sabarico II, and was also related to the abbess Saint Senorina. He became a Benedictine monk at a young age and became bishop of Mondoñedo...
- are: Saint Ansurius, Saint Rudesind, Saint Mariña of Augas Santas, Saint Senorina, Trahamunda and Froilan. Since the 1960s, as immigrants have entered the...
- Chrodegang, Bishop of Séez, Abbess at the convent of Monteuil (ca. 770) Saint Senorina, a Galician abbess who served as the abbess of the Benedictine convent...
- Pope Damasus I (305–384) Rudesind (907–977), Catholic bishop and abbot Senorina (fl. 982), Catholic abbess Theodemar of Iria (fl. 818–847), Catholic bishop...
- Winchester Amaswinthus     982   Eutropius     982   Bishop of Saintes Senorina     982   Ludoiph     983   Edith of Wilton 962   984   Ethelwold  ...
- John Muir (Episcopal Church) Opportuna of Montreuil Pope Caius Pope Soter Senorina April 22 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics) Discovery Day (Brazil) Earth Day...