Peter of Navarre

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  • Peter Faber —     Bl. Peter Faber     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bl. Peter Faber     Born 13 April, 1506, at Villaret, Savoy; died 1 Aug., 1546, in Rome. As a child he tended his father s sheep during the week, and on Sunday he taught catechism to other… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Peter II of Alençon — Peter II of Alençon, called the Noble (1340 ndash; September 20, 1404, Argentan), was the son of Charles II of Alençon and Maria de la Cerda. He was Count of Alençon 1361 ndash;1404 and Count of Perche 1377 ndash;1404.Knighted in 1350, he was one …   Wikipedia

  • Peter Ramus —     Peter Ramus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Peter Ramus     (PIERRE DE LA RAMÉE)     Humanist and logician, b. at Cuth in Picardy, 1515; d. in Paris, 1572. In spite of many difficulties, including poverty and the loss of both his parents at an… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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