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Feast days in Catholicism are days of celebration dedicated to the memory of a particular saint or event. On January 25th, Catholics celebrate the Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle. April 25th is dedicated to Saint Mark the Evangelist and May 3rd honors Saints Philip and James, Apostles. These feast days are important for Catholics as they serve as reminders of Jesus’ apostles and their teachings. Additionally, these special occasions are celebrated with prayer and reflection on the lives of those honored.

The Story of St Jude

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Saint Jude Thaddeus
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Story of St. Jude, also called Judas, Thaddaeus, or Lebbaeus (flourished 1st-century C.E.; Western feast day October 28, Eastern feast days June 19 and August 21), one of the original Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He is the reputed author of the canonical Letter of Jude that warns against the passionate and profane heretics.

The Feast of the Apostles

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12 apostles
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The Feast of the Apostles is also called the Synaxis of the Holy Apostles. This celebration is a liturgical feast in honor of the apostles’ martyrdom in Rome, and each of the 12 is commemorated on a different day of the Church calendar.

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