Not many other bands can boast mashing traditional Irish tunes and reels with popular artists such as the Violent Femmes, The Bangles and Guns and Roses, while keeping the faith alive to traditional classics from Stockton Wing and the Horslips.
What does FA stand for?
FA stands for Faith Alive
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 56 other meanings of FA in our Acronym Attic
- Area Forecast (aviation)
- Certified Mail (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Facility Agreement
- Factor Analysis
- Factories Act 1961 (UK)
- Factory Automation
- Faculty Assistant
- Failure Alarm
- Failure Analysis
- Fairchild Aircraft
Samples in periodicals archive:
And he is hugely impressed by the dynamism of Christians who run food banks, volunteer as street pastors, help tackle human trafficking and keep the faith alive in Wales.
The pope later celebrated a mass before 90,000 believers in a tiny village, which he praised for keeping the faith alive throughout the turmoil of the 20th century in Germany.
He was featured in the first edition of "Letters from Lydia" and in his autobiography, Ed gave us his secret for a long life: "Be good, follow the rules and keep your faith alive in your life
HBO[R] Friday May 8 2pm Keeping the Faith Alive (romance) Directed by Edward Norton.
Christians devised ingenious ways to keep their faith alive, carving statues of the Virgin Mary disguised as Buddha or with a cross engraved in the back, as well as copper mirrors that, under a certain angle, revealed a cross.
Rabbi, Mystic, Leader: The Life and Times of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson" is a look at one of the leading Russian Rabis during the time of the Communist rule who risked his own life to keep his faith alive in his home country.
Rife with historical detail, Gunner's Run brings both history and faith alive and is especially recommended for church reading lists for young members.