Synonyms for salutaris or Related words with salutaris

hostia              sanctae              laudem              canticum              sicut              virginum              cantica              hymnus              psalterium              apostolorum              benedicti              oratio              graduale              quibus              gloriae              quattuor              ecclesiarum              venerabilis              philosophorum              deinde              canticorum              mariae              nostrae              sacerdos              ordinis              matris              liturgia              litaniae              angelorum              vulgo              dominum              collegii              salisburgensis              patrum              minores              totius              gratiae              beatae              officium              quaedam              orationes              augustini              romanae              regiae              cujus              sanctissimae              operum              filium              martyrum              pietatis             



Examples of "salutaris"
Docimium was a suffragan of Synnada in Phrygia Salutaris.
Ancient episcopal sees of Palaestina Salutaris or Palaestina Tertia (III) listed in the "Annuario Pontificio" as titular sees:
Ancient episcopal sees of the ecclesiastical province of Phrygia Salutaris Prima (I) listed in the "Annuario Pontificio" as titular sees:
Ancient episcopal sees of the ecclesiastical province of Phrygia Salutaris Secunda (II) listed in the "Annuario Pontificio" as titular sees:
Ancient episcopal sees of the ecclesiastical province of Phrygia Salutaris Tertia (III) listed in the "Annuario Pontificio" as titular sees:
Byzantine rule in the 4th century introduced Christianity to the population. Agricultural-based cities were established and the population grew exponentially. Under Byzantium (since 390), a new subdivision did further split the province of Cilicia into Cilicia Prima, Cilicia Secunda; Syria Palaestina was split into Syria Prima, Syria Salutaris, Phoenice Lebanensis, Palaestina Prima, Palaestina Secunda and eventually also Palaestina Salutaris (in 6th century).
"Macedonia Salutaris" ("Wholesome Macedonia"), also known as "Macedonia Secunda" ("Second Macedonia") was a province encompassing partially Dardania and the whole of Paeonia, the second being most of the present-day Republic of Macedonia. The town of Stobi located to the junction of the Erigon and Axios rivers, which was the former capital of Paeonia, arose later in the capital city of "Macedonia Salutaris".
Synnada (Greek: ) was an ancient town of Phrygia Salutaris in Asia Minor. Its site is now occupied by the modern Turkish town of Şuhut, in Afyonkarahisar Province.
Polybotus or Polybotos (), modern Bolvadin, Turkey, was a city in the Roman province of Phrygia Salutaris. The city's bishop was a suffragan of Synnada.
It was a town of Phrygia Salutaris, taking its name in legend from the nymph Nacola, and had no history in antiquity.
The last two verses form a hymn on their own as well, O Salutaris Hostia, which is sung at the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Myrika or Myrica was a city in Galatia Salutaris (in Asia Minor), known for its hot springs, and which was also a bishopric.
Lysias was a city and episcopal see in the Roman province of Phrygia Salutaris I and is now a titular see.
Augustopolis in Phrygia became a Christian bishopric. In the Late Roman province of Phrygia Salutaris Prima, it was a suffragan of the capital Synnada in Phrygia's Metropolitan Archbishopric.
Eucarpia or Eukarpia ( was a city in Phrygia and a bishopric in the late Roman province of Phrygia Salutaris, in Asia Minor.
Tartaglia's motto, taken from the Latin hymn "O Salutaris Hostia" by St Thomas Aquinas, is "Da Robur, Fer Auxilium" ("Thine aid supply, thy strength bestow").
The area became organized under late Roman Empire as part of the Diocese of the East, in which it was included together with the provinces of Isauria, Cilicia, Cyprus (until 536), Euphratensis, Mesopotamia, Osroene, Phoenice and Arabia Petraea. Under Byzantium, a new subdivision did further split the province of Cilicia into Cilicia Prima, Cilicia Secunda; In 6th century, Syria Palaestina was split into Syria Prima, Syria Salutaris, Phoenice Lebanensis, Palaestina Prima, Palaestina Secunda and eventually also Palaestina Salutaris.
Pomasia salutaris is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found on Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo. The habitat consists of the upper montane zone up to altitudes of 2,110 meters.
First as part of the Diocese of the East, Arabia turned a frontline of Byzantine-Sassanid Wars. In the 5th or 6th century it was transformed into Palaestina Salutaris.
Arindela (Ἀρίνδηλα in Greek) was a town in the late Roman province of Palaestina Salutaris, also called Palaestina Tertia. It corresponds to modern Gharandal, in the region of Tafilah, south Jordan.