- Saint. ?360–?432 ad, the first known apostle of Scotland; built a stone church (candida casa) at Whithorn on his native Solway; preached to the Picts. Feast day: Sept 16
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But Ninian and Mary were on their way down to the boats, and so he did not get far.
I'd give the world to go with you and Ninian and Roger, but I'll have to do what he wants.
And then she turned to kiss Ninian, who pushed a sleepy face against hers.
Gilbert summoned Roger and Henry and Ninian to a solemn council.
I've taught it to Ninian, but he persists in calling it the Bloody Awful, which is low.