Nazareth Academy Gaya
- Nazareth Academy is an independent all-girls’ high school of Catholic inspiration in Wakefield, Massachusetts.
- Nazareth Academy was founded in 1900 by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Nazareth Academy is a Catholic college preparatory high school located in LaGrange Park, Illinois, in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago.
- A city in northeastern India, in the state of Bihar, south of Patna; pop. 291,000. It is a place of Hindu pilgrimage
- A small, separate federation, Gaya, emerged for a short time on the southern coast between Baekje and the fast growing Shilla. Gaya fell to Silla during the mid-sixth century.
- v. to give, donate, bequeath
- Gaya Lok Sabha constituency (??? ??? ??? ???????? ???????) is one of the 40 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Bihar state in eastern India.
nazareth academy gaya – (Reprint) 1951
(Reprint) 1951 Yearbook: Nazareth Academy, Nazareth, Michigan
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Nazareth Academy Runnerettes
Nazareth Academy is a private Catholic college preparatory high school located in La Grange Park IL. It is sponsored by the Sisters of St Joseph.
Old Nazareth Academy
St. Mary’s church in the background
nazareth academy gaya
Bethanie is one of the notable historical buildings of Hong Kong, built by the French Missionary Fathers in 1875, it was used by them until 1974. It gradually deteriorated until 2006 when it was carefully restored and converted for use by the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. This book is a lavishly illustrated history of this notable building and its missionary occupants. The French Missionary Fathers were active Catholic missionaries groups in China. The strains of working in the China mission field were such that missionaries needed a place to rest, recuperate and rebuild their physical and spiritual strength. Bethanie was built to provide both accommodation and a fine chapel for them. However, after 1949 China was closed to missionaries and the need for it diminished and finally the Fathers sold it. In 2003, it was decided to restore it and convert it for the Academy of Performing Arts. This history of this historic building and of the missionaries for whom it was established has been written by Alain LePichon, a professor at the Sorbonne, who divides his time between Paris and Hong Kong and is uniquely qualified to write the story of the building and of the missionaries. A wealth of photos, plans and dcounments has been found in the archives in Hong Kong and Paris and used to illustrate this handsome book.