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A 2 de julio, el Apóstol del Langedoc: http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2015/07/san-juan-francisco-regis.html #santodeldia.

A 2 de julio, el Apóstol del Langedoc: http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2015/07/san-juan-francisco-regis.html #santodeldia.

An ATS spotter with binoculars at the anti-aircraft command post.

An ATS spotter with binoculars at the anti-aircraft command post.

A 29 de agosto, la degollación de una cabeza, y la invención de 15 ó 20. http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2012/06/san-juan-bautista-la-hidra-de-lerna.html #santodeldia.

A 29 de agosto, la degollación de una cabeza, y la invención de 15 ó 20. http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2012/06/san-juan-bautista-la-hidra-de-lerna.html #santodeldia.

A 8 de octubre, el apóstol de Verona: http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2015/10/san-juan-calabria-apostol-providencial.html #santodeldia.

A 8 de octubre, el apóstol de Verona: http://preguntasantoral.blogspot.com.es/2015/10/san-juan-calabria-apostol-providencial.html #santodeldia.

Heilige Stefanus, Israhel van Meckenem, 1455 - 1503

Heilige Stefanus, Israhel van Meckenem, 1455 - 1503

Beato José Sánchez del Río, martirizado durante la persecución de los católicos en México durante la década de 1920. A pesar de horribles torturas, José nunca negó a Cristo.

Beato José Sánchez del Río, martirizado durante la persecución de los católicos en México durante la década de 1920. A pesar de horribles torturas, José nunca negó a Cristo.

Willa Beatrice Brown was born on January 22, 1906 in Glasgow, KY. A pioneering aviator, she earned her pilot’s license in 1937, making her the first African-American woman to be licensed to fly in the United States. In 1939, she received a commercial pilot’s license. She was the first black woman to make a career of aviation and, according to biographer Betty K. Gumbert, was the person most responsible for preparing black pilots for World War I

Willa Beatrice Brown was born on January 22, 1906 in Glasgow, KY. A pioneering aviator, she earned her pilot’s license in 1937, making her the first African-American woman to be licensed to fly in the United States. In 1939, she received a commercial pilot’s license. She was the first black woman to make a career of aviation and, according to biographer Betty K. Gumbert, was the person most responsible for preparing black pilots for World War I

Black Watch, jocks in France Oct 16th 1939

Black Watch, jocks in France Oct 16th 1939

De heilige Cosmas (of Damianus), attributed to Bartolommeo Vivarini, 1460 - 1480

De heilige Cosmas (of Damianus), attributed to Bartolommeo Vivarini, 1460 - 1480

st-minas2.jpg Modern icon - the horse is not pacing.

st-minas2.jpg Modern icon - the horse is not pacing.

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