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Libert may refer to:

Lietbertus Bishop of Cambrai

Saint Lietbertus of Brakel was bishop of Cambrai from 31 March 1051 to 28 September 1076. Liebertus was born to the Brabantian nobility at Opbrakel. He served as archdeacon and provost of the cathedral of Cambrai before his election as bishop.

Libert of Saint-Trond Belgian saint

Libert of Sint-Truiden was a Belgian saint. Born as Count Libert of Adone in Mechelen, he was baptized and educated by Saint Rumoldus. Libert became a Benedictine monk.

Reginaldus Libert was a French composer of the early Renaissance. He was a minor member of the Burgundian School, a contemporary of Guillaume Dufay, and one of the first to use fauxbourdon in a mass setting.

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Liberty is the quality individuals have to control their own actions.

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Stephen Alencastre Portuguese-American Catholic bishop in Hawaii

Bishop Stephen Peter Alencastre, SS.CC., was a Roman Catholic bishop who served as the fifth and last Vicar Apostolic of the Vicariate Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands. He was also an apparent titular bishop of Arabissus.

Libert H. Boeynaems Catholic bishop

Libert H. Boeynaems, formally Libert Hubert John Louis Boeynaems, SS.CC.,, was the fourth vicar apostolic of the Vicariate Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands — now the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu.

Marie Henriette of Austria Belgian Queen

Marie Henriette of Austria was Queen of the Belgians as the wife of King Leopold II.

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Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel

The Sisters of the Apostolic Carmel are members of a Carmelite religious institute dedicated to female education. It was founded in the latter part of the 19th century by Mother Veronica of the Passion, O.C.D., under the guidance of her mentor, Bishop Marie Ephrem of the Sacred Heart, O.C.D., who had envisioned the birth of a "Carmel for the Missions" in India, devoted to teaching and education.

Liebert may refer to:

Clement Liebert was a Franco-Flemish singer and composer of the early Renaissance, active in Rome and at the Burgundian court.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint-Denis de La RĂ©union diocese of the Catholic Church

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Saint-Denis de La Réunion is a diocese of the Catholic Church located on the island of Réunion. It is immediately subject to the Holy See. As such, it is not part of an ecclesiastical province, but is a member of the Episcopal Conference of the Indian Ocean. The cathedral church of the diocese is the Cathedral of Saint-Denis located in Saint-Denis.

Paul Goethals Roman Catholic archbishop

Paul-François-Marie Goethals, S.J., was a Belgian Jesuit priest, missionary in British India and the first Archbishop of Calcutta.

Desmazierella is a genus of fungi in the family Sarcoscyphaceae. The genus was described in 1829 by Belgian mycologist Marie-Anne Libert in 1829 with the type, D. acicola, as the sole species.

Libert Froidmont Belgian theologian

Libert Froidmont a son of Gerard Libert de Froidmont and Marguerite Radoux, was a Liégeois theologian and scientist. He was a close companion to Cornelius Jansen and corresponded with René Descartes.

Bananes mécaniques is a 1973 French erotic comedy directed by Jean-François Davy.

André Gilles Célestin Lawalrée was a Belgian botanist and pteridologist. He was head of the Department of Vascular Plants (Spermatophyta-Pteridophyta) in the National Botanic Garden of Belgium. As an expert on the Belgian flora he was invited to act as the regional adviser for Belgium on the Flora Europaea project. He also made a study of the flora of central Africa, especially that of the former Belgian Congo.

Marie-Anne Libert, was a Belgian botanist and mycologist. She was one of the first women plant pathologists. She is sometimes referred to as "Anne-Marie Libert."

Sacred Heart Church-Punahou

Sacred Heart Church-Punahou is located at 1701 Wilder Avenue, in Honolulu, in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The church was dedicated in 1914, and its adjacent Bachelot Hall was dedicated in 1923. The property's rectory was built in 1927. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places listings on February 6, 2001.

Events in the year 1865 in Belgium.