St Andrew the Apostle. The patron saint of Scotland, today 30th November is St Andrews Day celebrated in Scotland. About the middle of the 10th century he became the patron saint of Scotland, several legends state that the relics of Andrew were brought by divine guidance from Constantinople to the place where the modern town of St Andrew stands toady

St Andrew the Apostle. The patron saint of Scotland, today 30th November is St Andrews Day celebrated in Scotland. About the middle of the 10th century he became the patron saint of Scotland, several legends state that the relics of Andrew were brought by divine guidance from Constantinople to the place where the modern town of St Andrew stands toady

ALL SAINTS DAY - St. Andrew, the Apostle  (November 30 - Fishermen)  --  Swedish Fish/Goldfish - "Fresh from the Sea of Galilee"

ALL SAINTS DAY - St. Andrew, the Apostle (November 30 - Fishermen) -- Swedish Fish/Goldfish - "Fresh from the Sea of Galilee"

Favorite Traditions of St. Andrew the Apostle's Day - Interesting tradition of how St. Andrew's relics arrived in Scotland.

Favorite Traditions of St. Andrew's Day

Favorite Traditions of St. Andrew the Apostle's Day - Interesting tradition of how St. Andrew's relics arrived in Scotland.

Andrew the Apostle also known as Saint Andrew and called in the Orthodox tradition Prōtoklētos (Πρωτόκλητος) or the First-called, was a Christian Apostle and the brother of Saint Peter. His martyrdom took place during the reign of Nero. Feast: 30 November (In the traditional liturgical books of the Catholic Church, the feast of St. Andrew is the first feast day in the Proper of Saints).

Andrew the Apostle also known as Saint Andrew and called in the Orthodox tradition Prōtoklētos (Πρωτόκλητος) or the First-called, was a Christian Apostle and the brother of Saint Peter. His martyrdom took place during the reign of Nero. Feast: 30 November (In the traditional liturgical books of the Catholic Church, the feast of St. Andrew is the first feast day in the Proper of Saints).

Feast 30 November Attributes	Old man with long (in the East often untidy) white hair and beard, holding the Gospel Book or scroll, sometimes leaning on a saltire Patronage fishermen, fishmongers and rope-makers

Feast 30 November Attributes Old man with long (in the East often untidy) white hair and beard, holding the Gospel Book or scroll, sometimes leaning on a saltire Patronage fishermen, fishmongers and rope-makers

Saint Andrew the Apostle Catholic coloring page  Feast day is November 30

Saint Andrew the Apostle Catholic coloring page Feast day is November 30

Reliquary of St. Andrew the Apostle, silver with gold plate, pearls, over 200 gems and 6 emeralds set on a bronze base. "THE VATICAN"

Reliquary of St. Andrew the Apostle, silver with gold plate, pearls, over 200 gems and 6 emeralds set on a bronze base. "THE VATICAN"

Putin signed Order On Bestowing the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle on President of China.

Putin signed Order On Bestowing the Order of St. Andrew the Apostle on President of China.

Orthodox byzantine icon of Saint Andrew the Apostle (3) – orthodoxmonasteryicons.com

St. Andrew the Apostle icon (3)

Orthodox byzantine icon of Saint Andrew the Apostle (3) – orthodoxmonasteryicons.com

Relics of the Apostle Andrew are kept at the Basilica of St Andrew in Patras, Greece; the Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Amalfi, Italy; St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland; and the Church of St Andrew and St Albert, Warsaw, Poland.The skull of St. Andrew, which had been taken to Constantinople was returned to Patras by Emperor Basil I, who ruled from 867 to 886.most of the relics were moved from Patras to Constantinople by order of the Roman emperor Constantius II around 357 .

Relics of the Apostle Andrew are kept at the Basilica of St Andrew in Patras, Greece; the Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Amalfi, Italy; St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland; and the Church of St Andrew and St Albert, Warsaw, Poland.The skull of St. Andrew, which had been taken to Constantinople was returned to Patras by Emperor Basil I, who ruled from 867 to 886.most of the relics were moved from Patras to Constantinople by order of the Roman emperor Constantius II around 357 .

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