As with so many religious figures, there is no shortage of speculation around the origins of the modern-day American icon.
The Catholic church, which was founded in 1790, has a long history of making a lot of claims about the origins and history of their faith.
One of the more controversial claims, made by US President George W Bush, is that it originated in the 19th century.
But this assertion has been repeatedly challenged, and in recent years, the Catholic Church has been accused of perpetuating a myth, and the truth is that, in the US at least, the church does not claim to be the source of a specific religion.
In fact, many members of the church have admitted that they are not the originators of any specific religion, but that is not the case in Europe.
There is a history of Christianity having been an ethnic religion in Europe, but it was not the same as being an ethnic faith.
The church’s origins can be traced to the 14th century, when the Germanic peoples of the Balkans migrated to the European continent.
The original religion of the German language, the Slavic language, was a mixture of Germanic, Proto-Indo-European, and Celtic languages.
These languages were originally spoken in the area known as present-day Serbia, now part of Serbia, in present-days Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, and Turkey.
The Slavic peoples were nomadic pastoralists who lived on the banks of the Danube, which ran through present-time Serbia and Croatia, with the western Balkans.
This is where Christianity began, but there were other forms of Christianity as well, such as Judaism and Buddhism.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, the Roman Church took over most of the lands of Europe, including the lands in present day Serbia, Bosnia, and HerzEGovina.
The Church did not become a political institution, but as a religious organisation.
This took place after the first century, and it is believed that the first church in the Balkans was the one in the village of Usk in present time.
Today, in some countries, such a church is referred to as the Serbian Orthodox Church, or simply the Orthodox Church.
The history of the Serbian Church is quite complicated.
During the 12th and 13th centuries, the Serbian people lived in what is now modern-time Croatia, the former Yugoslavia, and Bosnia and the Herzegoveans, and they were called the Danubians.
It was not until the 17th century that the Serbian language was introduced into the Balkans, and Christianity became the main religion of these people.
The Serbian people had a great number of different languages and languages and dialects, so it is quite hard to say who the originator of Christianity is, but a number of other religions were also present in this area.
The most common form of Christianity, which is now the Roman Catholic Church, is a form of Anglicanism.
The name of the faith is derived from the Latin word Anglicus, which means “one who is born of God”.
It is the name of a Latin church, the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul.
This church was founded at Rome in the 5th century and has survived to this day, but in the Middle Ages it was the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Rome, which in modern-date Spain is called the Church de San Francisco.
There are many other religions that have been recorded in the history of modern-days Serbia.
The Orthodox Church is one of the main Christian denominations in the country.
This Church has more than 4 million members in Serbia, and is divided into various denominations, which all share the same sacraments.
The Christian faith was introduced to Serbia in the 15th century by the Catholic missionary Bishop of Uroš, Vasilije Praljak, who was a member of the Council of Europe.
Pralkak travelled to the Balkans with other missionaries and converted many Serbians to Christianity, and he founded the first Catholic church in Serbia.
His efforts led to the development of Christianity in the early 15th and 16th centuries.
The first Serbian cathedral was built in 1615, and a church was built at the beginning of the 1740s.
In the late 16th century the Serbian church was split into two parts.
One was called the Serbian Patriarchate, and its members were called Orthodox.
The other Patriarchate Church was founded by a Serbian monk, St. Nikolaev.
The former Patriarchate church was destroyed by the Serbian state in the 18th century when Serbia became part of the Ottoman Empire.
The Serbs became a secular state in 1878.
During World War II, the Serbs were forced to become part of a united Germany, and so the Serbian Catholic Church was formally recognised as an independent state.
However, this was not recognised by the West, which saw it as an occupying force