• Saint Winifred - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winefride Saint Winifred or Saint Winefride (Welsh: Gwenffrewi; Latin: Vinefrida) was a 7th-century Welsh Christian woman, around whom many historical legends have formed.
  • Saint Winifred Roman Catholic Church

    www.stwinifred.org Saint Winifred Roman Catholic Church - Home page ... We the parishioners of Saint Winifred are a community that strives to give witness to Jesus Christ and embody His ...
  • St. Winifred - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

    www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php St. Winifred of Wales Pendant (14 Karat Gold Filled) More about St. Winifred from Wikipedia ← St. Winewald; St. Winifred ...
    • St Winefride's Well - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Winefride%27s_Well The healing waters have been said to cause miraculous cures. The legend of Saint Winifred tells how, in AD 660, Caradoc, the son of a local prince, severed the head ...
    • Saint Winifred - CATHOLIC SAINTS

      www.catholic-saints.info/patron-saints/saint-winifrid.htm Find out about Saint Winifred. Concise Biography, Dates, facts and information about Saint Winifred. The Patron Saint Winifred.
    • Britannia Biographies: St. Winifred, Abbess of Gwytherin

      www.britannia.com/bios/ebk/winifred.html St. Gwenfrewy alias St. Winifred (Died AD 660) Abbess of Trefynnon Abbess of Gwytherin Died: 3rd November AD 660. Gwenfrewy, more commonly called Winifred, was a ...