Podcast © Franciscan MediaSaint Andrew was Saint Peter’s brother, and was called by Jesus along with Peter. We know very little about Andrew except that he too was a fisherman, and a disciple of Saint John the Baptist.
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Beginning on St. Andrew the Apostle's feast day, November 30, this prayer is traditionally recited 15x/day until Christmas. This is a very meditative prayer that helps us increase our awareness of the real focus of Christmas...https://t.co/c6HGfQnMvC#EWTN #Catholic #Advent pic.twitter.com/D0YmVWBoYn— EWTN (@EWTN) November 30, 2020
November 30th is the Feast Day of St. Andrew. St. Andrew, also called Saint Andrew the Apostle, is one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus and the brother of St. Peter. He is the patron saint of Scotland and of Russia. Pray for all named Andrew. #ocsbWalkHumbly @StAndrewOCSB pic.twitter.com/vLXZLPmP8T— @ocsbRE (@ocsbRE) November 26, 2020
Happy feast day St Andrew the Apostle.— Maronites of the whole world (@MaronitesW) November 29, 2020
May St Andrew's charisma and humility be the light that leads us closer to Our Lord Jesus and His teachings.
Press on the link below for St Andrew the Apostle history:https://t.co/pzc3UyrhGI pic.twitter.com/y4LFng28m4