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  1. Jun 20, 2019 · As an apostle, Bartholomew personally witnessed most of Jesus’ miracles and heard most of his teachings. He lived with Jesus for about three years. When Jesus sent out the twelve apostles, Bartholomew (possibly paired with Philip ) was given the power to “heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons” (Matthew 10:8).

  2. The most prominent tradition has it that Apostle Bartholomew was executed in Albanopolis in Armenia. According to popular hagiography, the apostle was flayed alive and beheaded. According to other accounts, he was crucified upside down (head downward) like St. Peter. He is said to have been martyred for having converted Polymius, the king of Armenia, to Christianity.

  3. Jan 13, 2023 · Saint Bartholomew, (flourished 1st century ad—died unknown date, traditionally Albanopolis, Armenia; Western feast day August 24; date varies in Eastern churches), one of the Twelve Apostles. Apart from the mentions of him in four of the Apostle lists (Mark 3:18, Matt. 10:3, Luke 6:14, and Acts 1:13), nothing is known about him from the New Testament.

  4. Apr 8, 2021 · Saint Bartholomew was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ who was martyred in the 1st century AD. Synopsis Saint Bartholomew lived in the first century AD and was one of the Twelve...

  5. Jun 25, 2019 · All four mentions are in lists of Christ's apostles. But the name Bartholomew is a family name, meaning the "son of Tholmai" (Bar-Tholmai, or Bartholomaios in Greek). For that reason, Bartholomew is usually identified with Nathaniel, whom Saint John mentions in his gospel (John 1:45-51; 21:2), but who is not mentioned in the synoptic gospels.

  6. Jul 6, 2021 · Who Is the Apostle Called Bartholomew? Bartholomew was one of the twelve main disciples that followed Jesus while he was on Earth. Bartholomew is only mentioned in four lists of the twelve...

  7. Nov 15, 2021 · Bartholomew was called by Jesus to be one of the 12 disciples. Those 12 men chosen by Jesus were Peter, James, John, Andrew, Bartholomew (or Nathanael), James, Judas Iscariot, Jude (or Thaddeus), Matthew (or Levi), Philip, Simon the Zealot, and Thomas. Jesus chose specific people to be disciples. These people were from various walks of life.

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