Saint Paul

Saint Paul the Apostle was an influential early Christian missionary and one of the most important figures in the development of Christianity. He was born in 5 AD and died in 67 AD, and is also known as Saul of Tarsus. He was a Roman citizen and a Pharisee who presided over the persecutions of Christians before his conversion to Christianity. After his conversion, he spread Jesus’ teachings throughout the world, wrote several letters that are now part of the New Testament, and is credited with bringing Christianity to gentiles.

Story of Paul in the Bible

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Apostle Paul Preaching on the Ruins

The story of Paul the apostle shares detailed insight into how Paul was a Greek-speaking Jew from Asia Minor. His birthplace, Tarsus, was a major city in eastern Cilicia, a region that had been made part of the Roman province of Syria by the time of Paul’s adulthood. Two of the main cities of Syria, Damascus, and Antioch, played a prominent part in his life and letters.

The Feast of the 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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