Favorite Traditions of St. Andrew the Apostle's Day - Interesting tradition of how St. Andrew's relics arrived in Scotland.

Favorite Traditions of St. Andrew's Day

Andrew, also known as Andrew the Apostle, was a Christian Apostle and the older brother to St. According to the New Testament, Andrew was born in the village of Bethsaida on the Sea of .

Reliquary of St. Andrew the Apostle, silver with gold plate, pearls, over 200 gems and 6 emeralds set on a bronze base. "THE VATICAN"

Reliquary of St. Andrew the Apostle, silver with gold plate, pearls, over 200 gems and 6 emeralds set on a bronze base. "THE VATICAN" .

Saint Andrew the Apostle pray for us and fisherman, rope makers, Scotland and against neck pain and sore throats.    Feast day November 30.

Saint Andrew the Apostle stained glass window; from Immaculate Conception Church, Earlington, KY; thanks Father Martin

Relics of the Apostle Andrew are kept at the Basilica of St Andrew in Patras, Greece; the Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Amalfi, Italy; St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland; and the Church of St Andrew and St Albert, Warsaw, Poland.The skull of St. Andrew, which had been taken to Constantinople was returned to Patras by Emperor Basil I, who ruled from 867 to 886.most of the relics were moved from Patras to Constantinople by order of the Roman emperor Constantius II around 357 .

Andrew of Patras, a Greek Orthodox basilica located in Patras, Greece. It was completed in 1974 and is a good example of how Byzantine architecture is still being used more than 1500 years after it was introduced.

Printable and interactive Saint Andrew Coloring Page: St. Andrew the Apostle patron saint of Scotland.

Saint Andrew The Apostle: Prayer, Coloring, & Worksheet

Coloring Pages : Decorative Saint Coloring Pages St Andrew Page Saint Coloring Pages Saint Nicholas Coloring Pages‚ Catholic Saint Coloring Pages For Kids‚ Saint Coloring Pages as well as Coloring Pagess

Andrew the Apostle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

According to Georgian Orthodox Church tradition, the first preacher of the Gospel in Colchis and Iberia (modern-day Western and Eastern Georgia) was the apostle Andrew, the First-called. A fresco depicting St. Andrew from Kintsvisi, Georgia.

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