Peregrin

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Peregrin is a story puzzle game. A solitary traveller undertakes a perilous voyage through the haunted ruins of a lost civilisation. Seeking to fulfil an ancient prophecy, she will have to use her arcane powers to solve puzzles and survive battles - if she is to find a way to restore the fallen world of Peregrin. At Peregrine, we deliver premium adventures to over 80 destinations. We’ll start with the highlights, but when the big tour groups hop back on their coach, our local guides will help you find a more unique, personal experience. © 2020 Nameberry.com. Nameberry is a registered trademark of Nameberry, LLC. The earthly remains of Saint Peregrin, a second century martyr, are enshrined in the Relic Chapel of St. John's Abbey Church, Collegeville, Minnesota. Our Peregrin is not the Italian confessor, Peregrinus Laziosi O.Serv. (1265-1345), patron of cancer patients. Martyrdom The story of our saint, according to trustworthy tradition, begins with the issuance of a decree by Emperor Commodus in the. Kiel joined Bethesda in September of 2017, and is responsible for managing the operations of the organization. This includes the six skilled nursing communities that Bethesda owns and/or manages; Bethesda’s six retirement communities; Bethesda’s two Assisted Living communities; and Bethesda’s home and community based services, which includes Home Health, Care Management, Senior Support.


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per·e·grine

(pĕr′ə-grĭn, -grēn′)
n.
adj.

Peregrination

2. Archaic Foreign; alien.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Medieval Latin peregrīnus, wandering, pilgrim, from Latin, foreigner, from pereger, being abroad : per-, through; see per- + ager, land; see agro- in Indo-European roots.]
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peregrine

Peregrin (ˈpɛrɪɡrɪn) adj
2. travelling or migratory; wandering
[C14: from Latin peregrīnus foreign, from pereger being abroad, from per through + ager land (that is, beyond one's own land)]
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per•e•grine

(ˈpɛr ɪ grɪn, -ˌgrin, -ˌgraɪn)
adj.
2. foreign; alien; coming from abroad.
n.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin peregrīnus foreign, derivative of peregrē abroad =per-per- + -egr-, comb. form of ager field + adv. suffix]
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Noun1.peregrine - a widely distributed falcon formerly used in falconry
Falco peregrinus, peregrine falcon
falcon - diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight
falcon-gentil, falcon-gentle - female falcon especially a female peregrine falcon
Adj.1.peregrine - migratory; 'a restless mobile society'; 'the nomadic habits of the Bedouins'; 'believed the profession of a peregrine typist would have a happy future'; 'wandering tribes'
unsettled - not settled or established; 'an unsettled lifestyle'
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peregrine

Peregrine Falcon Speed

[ˈperɪgrɪn]
B.CPDperegrine falconNhalcónmperegrino
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peregrine (falcon)

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peregrine

[ˈpɛrɪgrɪn]peregrine falconnfalco pellegrino
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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Patron Saint of those afflicted with cancer, AIDS and all the sick.

St. Peregrine Story

He was born in Forli, Italy around 1265. At the time, Forli was governed by the Pope as part of the Papal States. Peregrine grew up in a family which was actively involved in the opposition or anti-papal party. Forli was a stronghold of anti-papal party activism. Because of this anti-papal political activity, the city was under the church penalty of interdict. This meant that Mass and the Sacraments could not be celebrated in the city. St. Philip Benizi, the Prior General of the Servants of Mary was sent to Forli to preach the reconciliation of the city and the removal of the penalty. Young Peregrine was so intense in his political fervor that he heckled Philip during the preaching and at one point Peregrine struck St. Philip.

The moment of striking St. Philip seemed to drastically change Peregrine. He began to channel his energies into good works and eventually he joined the Servants of Mary and pronounced his vows in the Servite Priory in Siena, Italy. He was about 30 years old. Peregrine then returned to Forli, where he spent the rest of his life. The best information indicates that he was not a priest, but a choir brother, who undertook an apostolate among the people of Forli. He especially dedicated himself to the sick, the poor and the fringe people of society. He also imposed a special penance on himself-to stand whenever it was not necessary to sit. This led to varicose veins. The varicose veins deteriorated into an open, running sore on his leg. The open, running sore was diagnosed as cancer. The wound became so obvious, odorous and painful that the local surgeon scheduled surgery to amputate the leg.

Suddenly Peregrine was confronted with the ugliness and suffering of his own life. He had given himself to people in similar situations and then found he must lean on his own faith in the goodness of God. The night before the operation he prayed before the image of the crucified Christ in the priory chapter room. At the age of 60 he was challenged to carry a new and more difficult cross. His prayer led him into a deep trance-like sleep during which he envisioned the crucified Christ leaving the cross and touching his cancerous leg. When Peregrine awakened from the trance of prayer, he discovered the wound healed and the leg saved.

Peregrino

St. Peregrine lived 20 more years. He died on May 1, 1345 at the age of 80. He was canonized on December 27, 1726. He has been named the Patron Saint for those who suffer from cancer. The people of Forli chose him to be the Patron Saint of their city. His feast day is celebrated on May 4.

A Prayer to St. Peregrine for Sick Relatives and Friends

Peregrinations Definition

O great St. Peregrine, you have been called 'The Mighty', the 'The Wonder Worker' because of the numerous miracles which you obtained from God for those who have turned to you in their need.
For so many years you bore in your own flesh this cancerous disease that destroys the very fiber of our being.
You turned to God when the power of human beings could do no more,
and you were favored with the vision of Jesus coming down from His cross
to heal your affliction.
I now ask God to heal these sick persons whom I entrust to you:
(Here mention their names)
Aided by your powerful intercession, I shall sing with Mary a hymn of gratitude
to God for His great goodness and mercy. Amen.

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Peregrine Falcon Facts

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