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    • Stories of the Saints - St. Chad

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      www.snopes.com/religion/chad.asp Claim: St. Chad is the patron saint of disputed elections. Status: False. Origins: Prior to the farce that was the U.S. Presidential election of 2000, few ...
    • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Ceadda

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