holy person

  1. person of exceptional holiness
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  • A great political balladeer, he is at his superb best when singing melancholy personal ditties, with that soulful voice and tuneful guitar.
  • A holy person is required to read the Holy Bible.
  • A holy person is required to read the Holy Bible.
  • He was a very holy person who had a real interest in people.
  • During their lifetimes, cults grew up around figures like Padre Pio, the 20th-century stigmatic from Italy, as well as more recent holy persons like Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II. Rev. James Martin, S.J.: St. Steve Jobs? Probably Not, But….
  • A related word is hagiocracy (a government by holy persons; also a place thus governed). Answers.com: Today's Highlights
  • Truly I cannot but wonder whether it doth not sometimes enter into these men’s thoughts to apprehend how contemptible they are in their proofs for the fathering of such an ecclesiastical distribution of governors and government, as undeniably lackeyed after the civil divisions and constitutions of the times and places wherein it was introduced, upon those holy persons, whose souls never once entered into the secrets thereof. The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed
  • A stupa was originally a burial mound enshrining relics of a holy person, but over the centuries this has developed into tall, spired monuments.
  • Once declared a holy person, the next step is beatification and finally canonisation.
  • They make me into a kind of holy person and expect me to be that for them. Christianity Today
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