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Saint Paul - the first great Christian theologian, establishing some of the building blocks of the faith. there are those who argue that in laying out these ground rules, Paul has obscured and separated us from the true teachings of Jesus. 13 of the 27 books of the bible are written by him

Catholic Perspective on Paul by Taylor Marshall on Apple Podcasts

While under house arrest, for 2 yrs., in Rome (A.D. 61-62) Paul used the time to write:  Colossians, Ephesians, Philemon, and Philippians.  4 yrs. of presumed freedom followed his release, during which time he wrote 1 Timothy and Titus.  2 Timothy was penned during his final imprisonment.. The Apostle Paul, by Kenneth Wyatt.

Emmaus Road Ministries: Never Again

Novena to St Paul #pinterest DAY SEVEN Special request: Prayer for freedom in the midst of an unjust oppressive world. St. Paul’s Prayers and Thoughts: (The Letter to Philemon is a short but moving piece. Paul while in prison meets a runaway slave who has converted to the faith. Although he is serving Paul in critical ways, Paul ...........| Awestruck Catholic Social Network

Saint Paul the Apostle. Patron Saint of; Missions, Theologians, and Gentile Christians. Feast Day January 25 (The Conversion of Paul)

St Paul pray for us!

The Lion of Chaeronea — Saint Paul, Bartolomeo Montagna, 1482

St. Lydia of Thyatira. In the Acts of the Apostles: Lydia was the Apostle Paul’s 1st convert to Christianity in Europe. Her conversion from hearing Paul’s words in Philippi proclaiming the Gospel of Christ at his 2nd mission journey. Paul & his companions were well received by Lydia & stayed at her house after their release from the Philippi prison. During their imprisonment, Lydia & co. spent nights in prayer for the release of Paul & Silas, making her home the first Christian Church in…

Lydia of Thyatira. In the Acts of the Apostles: Lydia was the Apostle Paul’s…

Paul was chained to this column at the Mamertine Prison in Rome.

Tradition makes the claim that Paul was chained to this column at the Mamertine Prison in Rome.

Timothy writing down Paul’s words | My Book of Bible Stories | Tags: Jehovah's Witnesses, The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society

Paul in Rome

Timothy writing down Paul’s words

paul and silas in prison

paul and silas in prison

Paul and Barnabas resist adulation in Lystra. Public sacrifices were usually colorful and noisy occasions with lots of music. “Turn from these vain things to the living God, who made the heaven and the earth.”—Acts 14:15

Paul and Barnabas resist adulation in Lystra. Public sacrifices were usually colorful and noisy occasions with lots of music. “Turn from these vain things to the living God, who made the heaven and the earth.

Happiness is an Inside Job – As Seen in the Story of Paul and Silas « Archdiocese of Washington

Acts 16 Bible Pictures: Paul and Silas in Jail

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