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Thomas of Villanova - 450 years and Nicholas of Tolentine - 700 years

An Exhibit commemorating two Augustinian Saints

Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library, August 15-September 30, 2005

Connection with Villanova


Villanova's Tolentine Hall is named in honor of St. Nicholas of Tolentine, the first Augustinian friar to be officially canonized by the pope.  He is depicted in windows in the main church and in the chapel of St. Mary's Hall. Tolentine is the English form of Tolentino, a city found in Le Marche province of Italy, towards the Adriatic coast.