Mother Teresa Fund: PS3 Thanks to our Mother of Perpetual Help for prayers.
What does OMPH stand for?
OMPH stands for Our Mother of Perpetual Help
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of OMPH
- Outer Membrane Protein F (biochemistry)
- Orbital and Medial Prefrontal Cortex
- Orthopaedic Management/Patient-Focused Care Unit
- One Migrant per Generation (conservation biology)
- Outer Membrane Protein G
- Organic Micro Pin Grid Array
- Ohio Medicaid Provider Handbook
- Om Mani Padma Hum (Buddhist mantra)
- Om Mani Peme Hum (Buddhist mantra)
- Organisation Mondiale des Personnes Handicapées (French: International Disabled Peoples' Organization)
- Obagi Medical Products, Inc. (Long Beach, CA)
- Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle
- Organização Mundial da Propriedade Industrial (Portugal)
- Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual (Spanish)
- Organizzazione Mondiale per la Proprietà Intellettuale
- Ottawa Medical Physics Institute (Carleton University; Canada)
- Oriental Mindoro Provincial Jail (Philippines)
- Outer Membrane Protein J
- Oberlin Municipal Power and Light
- Ocean Modeling and Prediction Laboratory
Samples in periodicals archive:
The seven other finalists who won preliminary rounds earlier today were: -- Kimberly Bega, grade four, Christian Life Academy, Franklin School District, Venango County; -- Matthew Donoso, grade eight, Saint Theresa School, The Archdiocese of Allentown, Northampton County; -- Eric Himmelsbach, grade eight, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Lancaster County; -- Timothy Johnson, grade seven, Lemoyne Middle School, West Shore School District, York County; -- David McColloch, grade seven, Falk Laboratory School, University of Pittsburgh School of Education, Allegheny County; -- Ian Petrulli, grade eight, Norwin Middle School East, Norwin School District, Westmoreland County; and -- Timothy Potens, grade seven, Presentation B.
Catholics often use Our Mother of Perpetual Help in the place of Our Lady of Perpetual Help.