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  1. St. James the Less, also called James, son of Alphaeus, or James the Younger, (flourished 1st century ce; Western feast day May 3; Eastern feast day October 9), one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. James may be he whose mother, Mary (not the mother of Jesus), is mentioned among the women at Jesus’ crucifixion and tomb (Mark 15:40, 16:1 ...

  2. James the son of Alphaeus was a witness to Jesus' years of ministry on earth and His resurrection. He was empowered by the Holy Spirit and a leader in the early church alongside the other apostles. Tradition says that James, son of Alphaeus, evangelized in Persia (modern-day Iran) and was martyred there.

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    Alphaeus / æ l ˈ f iː ə s / (from Greek: Ἀλφαῖος) is a man mentioned in the New Testament as the father of two of the Twelve Apostles: Matthew the Evangelist and James, son of Alphaeus. He is implied to be the father of Joseph or Joses, and in Church tradition he is the father of Abercius and Helena

  4. JAMES (SON OF ALPHAEUS), ST. One of the 12 Apostles. In all four lists of the Apostles (Mt 10.3; Mk 3.18; Lk 6.15; and Acts 1.13) he is mentioned in ninth place, before Thaddeus in Matthew and Mark, before Simon in Luke and Acts. An ancient tradition has identified this James with James the Less of Mk 15.40; 16.1; Mt 27.56; Lk 24.10.

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    John 19:25] Thus, Jerome concludes that James the Less, James, son of Alphaeus and James the brother of Jesus are one and the same person. According to the Golden Legend, which is a collection of hagiographies, compiled by Jacobus de Voragine in the thirteenth century:

  6. James, son of Alphaeus was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus, appearing under this name in all three of the Synoptic Gospels' lists of the apostles. He is generally identified with James the Less and commonly known by that name in church tradition.

  7. James (Son of Alphaeus) was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He has traditionally been identified with James the Just, bishop of Jerusalem.

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