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Andrew, the Apostleson of Jonah, or Zndrews Matthew He was st andrew biography of Simon Peter Matthew Both were fishermen Matthew 4: From the fourth Gospel we learn that Andrew was a disciple of the Baptist, whose testimony first led him and John the Evangelist to follow Jesus John 1: Andrew at once recognized Jesus as the Messiasand hastened to introduce Him to his brother, Peter, John 1: Thenceforth the two brothers were disciples of Christ.
On a subsequent occasion, prior to the final call to the apostolatethey were called to a closer companionship, and then they left bbiography things to follow Jesus Luke 5: Finally Andrew was chosen to be one of the Twelve ; and in the various lists of Apostles given in the New Testament Matthew The only other explicit reference to him in the Synoptists occurs in Mark In addition to this scanty information, we learn from the fourth Gospel that on the occasion of the miraculous feeding of the five thousand, it was Andrew who said: Like the majority of the TwelveAndrew is not named in the Acts except in the list of the Apostleswhere the order of the first four is Peter, John, James, Andrew; nor have the Epistles or the Apocalypse any
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From what we know of the Apostles generally, we st andrew biography, of course, supplement somewhat these few details.
As one of the TwelveAndrew was sst to the closest familiarity with Our Lord during His public life; he was present at the Last Supper ; beheld the risen Lord ; witnessed the Ascension ; shared in the graces and gifts of the biovraphy Pentecost, and helped, amid biogrqphy and persecutionto nadrews the Faith in Palestine. When the Apostles went forth to preach to the Nations, Andrew seems to have taken an important "st andrew biography," but unfortunately we have no certainty as to the extent or place of his labours.
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The cross on which he suffered is commonly held to have been the decussate cross, now known as St. Andrew's, though the evidence for this st andrew biography seems to be no older than biogrsphy fourteenth century.
His martyrdom took place during the reign of Neroon 30 November, A. Andrew's relics were translated from Patrae to Constantinople, and deposited in the st andrew biography of the Zt there, about A.
When Constantinople was taken by the French, in the beginning of the thirteenth century, Cardinal Peter of Capua brought the relics to Italy and placed them in the cathedral of Amalfiwhere most of them still remain. Andrew is honoured as their chief patron by Russia bigraphy Scotland.