Saint Anthony

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Saint Anthony, Antony, or Antonius most often refers to Anthony of Padua, also known as Saint Anthony of Lisbon, the patron saint of lost things. This name may also refer to:

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  • Anthony of Antioch (266–302), Martyr under Diocletian. Feast day: January 9.
  • Anthony the Great (251–356), Egyptian Christian saint and Desert Father. Feast day: January 17 or 30.
  • Anthony of Padua (1195–1231), Doctor of the Church, also known as Saint Anthony of Lisbon. Feast day: June 13.
  • Anthony the Hermit (c. 468–c. 520), also known as Antony of Lérins. Feast day: December 28.
  • Antony the Younger (785–865), Byzantine monk. Feast day: December 1.
  • Anthony of Kiev (983–1073), also known as Anthony of the Caves. Feast day: July 23.
  • Anthony of Rome (died 1147), also known as Antony Rimlyanin. Feast day: January 17 and August 3.
  • Antoninus of Florence (1389–1459), also known as Anthony of Florence. Feast day: May 10.
  • Anthony of Siya (1479–1556), founder of the Antonievo-Siysky Monastery. Feast day: December 7.
  • Anthony of St. Ann Galvão (1739–1822), also known as Frei Galvão. Feast day: May 11.
  • Anthony Mary Claret (1807–1870), founder of the Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Feast Day: October 24.

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  • San Antonio de Palé on Annobón, particularly in reference to the British fort there in the 19th century