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One this day people also visit their best man and his wife due to the popular belief that Saint John the Baptist has been their patron.
Its most notable building is the Church of England parish church of Saint John the Baptist, which is known for its merchants' ''' guild chapel, memorial to Henry VIII''''s barber-surgeon, Edmund Harman.
In Jezzine, thieves broke into the shrine of Saint John the Baptist in the village of Karkha and stole several items.
Sint-Jan" took its name from Saint John the Baptist, to whom the cathedral was originally devoted some eleven centuries ago, but it could easily be interpreted as a reference to the show's revered primary curator as well.
21) Stephen Gardiner (1483-1555), secretary first of Wolsey, then of Henry VIII and after November 1531 bishop of Winchester, replying to Fisher's opinion submitted to the legatine court on June 28, 1529, bristled against Fisher's claim that he [Fisher] "had now a juster cause, in withstanding the dissolution of this marriage than Saint John the Baptist had once had against Herod.
The Embassy of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta hosted a cocktail reception at Continental Hotel in Skopje on 27 June to celebrate the Feast Day of Saint John the Baptist, the Patron Saint of the Order.
When the Muslim Caliph Al-Walid took possession of the Christian Basilica of Saint John the Baptist, containing the shrine of the one known to Muslims as Prophet Yehya (peace be upon him), he compensated the Christians with four other permanent sites in the city.
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) announced the protection of 112 acres through a purchase from the Sisters of Saint John the Baptist in Mendham Township, New Jersey.