Saint Andrew was crucified for being a follower of Jesus Christ.
He was one of the original apostles of Jesus and a younger brother
Andrew was crucified by Roman soldiers in Greece.
Saint Andrew was crucified on an X-shaped cross.
Saint Andrew was not hanged, he was crucified for preaching the Gospel.
He was crucified because of missionary activity.
Church tradition holds that Saint Andrew was crucified on an X shaped cross (saltier), right side up.
According to Church tradition, Andrew was crucified in Greece on an X-shaped cross.
He was crucified on an X-shaped cross.
Saint Andrew was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus during His time and he because Saint because he continue to preach the gospel and was crucified on a saltire cross.
We only know that Andrew was crucified in Greece sometime towards the middle of the first century AD.
Andrew was crucified on an X-shaped cross in Greece. He continued to preach for two days on the cross before he died.
He was crucified on an X-shaped cross and continued to preach from the cross until he died.
The date is unknown. However, he was crucified on an X-shaped cross in Greece.
St. Andrew was martyred by crucification on an X shaped cross for his belief in the Gospel of Jesus, and for evangelizing for God.