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Ava was the daughter of King Pepin. She was cured of blindness by St. Rainfredis, became a Benedictine nun at Dinart, Hainault, and later was elected Abbess. Her feast day is April 29th. Continue Reading

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  1. laura
    5 years ago

    i am also making my conformation and need more information on Saint Ave, and I need it real soon can anyone help me?...thanks

  2. cpl
    5 years ago

    I need more information on saint Ava. Its for my confirmation name - thanks:)

  3. Blanche Vitata
    5 years ago

    My sister is getting confirmed and we need more information on Saint Ava. Thank you.

  4. Kelsie
    5 years ago

    Could I please have some more info on St Ava because she is my confirmation name. Thanks

  5. Shannon
    5 years ago

    Need more information on the life of Ava.

  6. gemma.!!
    5 years ago

    can I have more info.!!
    picked ava as my confirmation name and need nore info.!!

  7. Mate
    5 years ago

    More Info Confirmation Coming Up :D

  8. Rose
    5 years ago

    This is a great name..I need more info (it's for my Confirmation)

  9. kk
    5 years ago

    can i have more information please, i need this for my confirmation!!

  10. alex
    5 years ago

    can i please have more information because its for my conformation.(:

  11. T'M
    5 years ago

    More Info Plezzz =D Im Takin It For My Confirmation

  12. h.r.
    6 years ago

    more info on here would be appreciated.

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