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St. Paul the Apostle

Facts about St. Paul the Apostle
  • V St. Paul the Apostle is also referred to as Paul of Tarsus, Paul the Apostle, the Apostle Paul, Saint Paul, and the Apostle to the Gentiles
  • V Born in 5 B.C. in Tarsus
  • V Died in 67 A.D. in Rome
  • V Before St. Paul was converted, his name was Saul.
  • V Saint Paul persecuted Christians before converting to Christianity.
Saint Paul the Apostle
  • Converted to Christianity around 33 A.D. to 36 A.D. while on the road to Damascus.  Saint Paul was blinded by a vision of Jesus who asked him, “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?”  Jesus then told Saint Paul to go into the city and wait to be told what to do.  The conversion of St. Paul the Apostle is known as the Pauline Conversion.
  • Saint Paul’s blindness disappeared while staying in Damascus and he was baptized.
  • Saint Paul’s first mission was in Arabia, then three years later, he went to Jerusalem.
  • While in Jerusalem, Saint Paul met James and Simon Peter, both Apostles of Jesus.  He remained with them for two weeks.
  • Saint Paul did not know Jesus personally but his Gospel was revealed to him by revelations from Jesus Christ.
  • After fourteen years of working as the Apostle of the Gentiles, Saint Paul and Barnabas traveled to Jerusalem during a severe famine.  They went to bring financing from Antioch.  Antioch was a center for Christianity and it was the first place where followers of Jesus became known as Christians.
  • In 57 A.D., Saint Paul arrived in Jerusalem with money for the congregation.  He was welcomed by the Christian community.
  • While in Jerusalem, Saint Paul caused some type of scene in the Temple and was arrested.  He was imprisoned for two years in Caesarea and then sent to Rome to be tried.
  • While on the way to Rome, Saint Paul was shipwrecked in Malta.  It was here that he met St. Plubius.
  • When he finally reached Rome in 60 A.D., he remained under arrest for two more years.  Saint Paul is credited with bringing Christianity to Rome.
  • Saint Paul was beheaded at Tre Fontane Abbey in Rome around 62-67 A.D.
Saint Paul the Apostle Today

Saint Paul the Apostle is one of the most influential of Jesus’ disciples even in today’s Church.  The writings of St. Paul are read at every Catholic Mass and the Letters of St. Paul teach Christians how to live a life with Christ.

Today’s Catholics wear a Saint Paul medal or a Saint Paul pendant as a remembrance of this great Apostle.  Wearing a Saint Paul necklace reminds Christians to live the way of Jesus in order to earn eternal salvation.

 St. Paul Medal Pendant



Saint Paul the Apostle


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