Barnabas de Prussia (3)


Barnabas de Prussia (3)

3Barnabas de Prussia, (10. Jan.), aus dem Orden des hl. Franciscus, der im Jahre 1509 zu Breslau in Schlesien im Rufe der Heiligkeit starb. (Hub. Men.)



http://www.zeno.org/Heiligenlexikon-1858. 1858.

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