Bernardino


Bernardino
(as used in expressions)
Bernardino di Betto di Biago
Luini Bernardino
Rivadavia Bernardino

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  • Bernardino — (1380–1444)    Saint and Cult Founder.    Bernardino was born in Massa di Carrera, Italy. As a young man he joined the Franciscan Observantine Order and was elected Vicar General in 1438. In addition to doing much to reform the order, he was one… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

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