Her canonization was finalized in 1946, with the Vatican declaring her patroness of Immigrants in 1950.
Barbara's muslin had been washed six times, and had a very different air from the vestal robes of her patroness.
"You're wise not to lie I to me," her patroness remarked with just a suspicion of satisfaction.
Feronia (Fero′nia), the Roman goddess of orchards, was patroness of enfranchised slaves.
Tofte tells his patroness that most of his ‘toys’ ‘were conceived in Italy.’
She was a beneficent deity, the patroness and guardian of all maidens (see Berchta).
Lady Hercules was evidently much pleased, and she assumed the patroness.
The health of the Queen was drunk with enthusiasm, specially as the patroness of the Scottish Hospital.
The city arms are a ship, which Isis was depicted to hold in her hand, as the patroness of navigation.
The latter was treated with much apparent affection, but still with the airs of a patroness.