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St. Timothy


About Saint Timothy

Saint Timothy was born in 17 A.D.at Lystra, Asia Minor and died in 80 A.D. in Ephesus.  He was a convert of St. Paul.  St. Paul himself circumcised Saint Timothy so he would be more readily accepted by the Jews.  He was ordained a priest and fervently worked alongside St. Paul to spread the gospel of Christ.

Bishop of Ephesus

Saint Timothy traveled with St. Paul to many cities in Asia Minor and Greece.  He became St. Paul’s trusted friend and messenger.  After a time, Saint Timothy was named Bishop of Ephesus.  Saint Timothy is often called the Angel of the Church of Ephesus.

Saint Timothy

 Gospels of Saint Timothy

Many people think that the New Testament books of Timothy were written by Saint Timothy but they were actually letters to Timothy from St. Paul. One of the Books of Timothy was composed when St. Paul was in Macedonia and the other Book of Timothy was written when St. Paul was imprisoned.  St. Paul referred to Saint Timothy as his dearly beloved son.

Saint Timothy Martyred

Saint Timothy was martyred in Ephesus during a pagan parade in honor of the goddess Diana.  He tried to prevent the rowdy crowd from carrying pagan idols through the town when the angry mob grabbed him, dragging him through the streets and beating him until he died.

Saint Timothy Today

St. Paul wrote to Saint Timothy these words of advice, “Timothy avoid tattlers and busybodies; to give no heed to novelties; to shun profane and vain chatter, but hold to sound teaching; to be an example in words and conversation; to attend to reading, to exhortation, and to doctrine.”

Catholics today often wear a Saint Timothy medal or a Saint Timothy pendant to remind them to follow this excellent advice of St. Paul just as Saint Timothy himself did.  Wearing a Saint Timothy medallion also reminds Christians to read the Books of Timothy and live a true Christian life through the words of St. Paul.



St. Timothy Medal and Necklace



St. Timothy 





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