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Willibrord - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Willibrord (c. 658 – 7 November 739) was a Northumbrian missionary saint, known as the "Apostle to the Frisians" in the modern Netherlands. He became the first ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Willibrord - New Advent

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Willibrord - Satucket

WILLIBRORD OF UTRECHT ARCHBISHOP AND MISSIONARY (NOV 7, 739) Willibrord, first Archbishop of Utrecht, is one of the missionaries sent out by the Anglo- ...

St. Willibrord Parish

Official website of St. Willibrord Parish in Verdun, Quebec

Saint Willibrord of Echternach | CatholicSaints.Info

CatholicSaints.Info profile of Saint Willibrord of Echternach

St. Willibrord Antiochian Orthodox Church

We are a community of the Orthodox Church in Holland, Michigan. Join us to discover the ancient Christian faith. We look forward to meeting you.

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Willibrord CHS -

Willibrord CHS, Chicago, IL. 741 likes · 1 talking about this · 7 were here. Willibrord Catholic began its life as a two-year high school in the Roseland...

St. Willibrord - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

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Willibrord (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online library

WILLIBRORD or WILBRORD, Saint (657?–738?), archbishop of Utrecht and apostle of Frisia, born about 657, was a Northumbrian (Flor. Wig. in Mon. Hist. Brit.