When were Saint Peter and Saint Paul born?

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Both were probably born about the year 1 AD.

Why did Saint Peter and Saint Paul become saints?

St. Peter because he was directly commissioned by Jesus to assume the mantel of leader of the early Christian community. In this regard, Simon Peter was referred to as the Big

What year was saint paul born?

It is believed that Saint Paul was born in 5 A.D. in what is nowTurkey. He died in 67 A.D., in what is likely Rome today.

In what year was Saint Paul born?

The Apostle Paul was born a Jew in Tarsus, as Saul, a Roman citizen, about the same time of Christ's birth. He was met on the Road to Damascus c. 34 AD, in a blinding light, b

Where is the patron saint of the Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul buried?

This depends as you could be talking about either St. Peter or St. Paul, both of whom are believed to be buried in Rome. St. Peter, by tradition, is buried under the main alta

What tribe was Saint Paul born into?

The apostle Paul (Saul) was from the tribe of Benjamin. (Philippians 3:4-5) In Romans 11:1: "I say then, Hath God cast away his people? God forbid. For I also am an Israel

What did Saint Peter and Saint Paul disagree about?

Peter felt that Gentiles could not become Christians unless they werefirst converted to Judaism and followed Judaic law. This included menhaving to be circumcised. Paul disagr

When is the feast day of Saints Paul and Peter?

Catholic Answer It is a Solemnity, not a feast (Solemnity ranks higher than a feast and contains a Gloria and a Creed). The Solemnity of Peter and Paul, Apostles falls on th

What did Saint Paul and Saint Peter have in common?

When it comes right down to it, they had little in common. Both were Jews by birth and both worked to spread the Gospel. However, that is where the similarities end. Paul was
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Why are Saint Peter and Saint Paul always mentioned together?

In his own epistles, Paul only referred to Peter incidentally, seeming at times to regard him as the assistant to James, who seemed to be the leader of the Jerusalem church, a
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Why are Saint Peter and Saint Paul saints?

Peter and Paul were saints only in the New Testament meaning of the word. Canonization by the church does not make anyone a saint except in the eyes of man. In the New Test
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Did Saint Peter and Saint Paul get along?

Generally, yes. However, they did have their differences at times andthe arguments could become quite heated. They always settled differencespeacefully and Paul always deferre