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  1. 10 September – Feast of Apostles of the Seventy: Nathaniel (Nathanael), Luke the Evangelist, Clement of Sardice or Clement of Rome and Apelles of Heraklion (Greek sources say that Saint Luke (Loukias) was someone other than the Evangelist Luke), the commemoration is held first time commemorated together on April 22.

  2. Mar 29, 2019 · And so do Mark, Aristarchus, Demas and Luke, my fellow workers.” —Philemon 1:23–24. This passage reinforces Luke’s position as one of Paul’s close companions. Colossians 4:14. Colossians 4:14 is the only passage that mentions Luke’s role as a physician. “Our dear friend Luke, the doctor, and Demas send greetings.”

  3. According to William Lane (1974), an "unbroken tradition" identifies Mark the Evangelist with John Mark, and John Mark as the cousin of Barnabas. However, Hippolytus of Rome in On the Seventy Apostles distinguishes Mark the Evangelist (2 Tim 4:11), John Mark (Acts 12:12, 25; 13:5, 13; 15:37), and Mark the cousin of Barnabas (Col 4:10; Phlm 1:24).

  4. John the Apostle is traditionally held to be the author of the Gospel of John, and many Christian denominations believe that he authored several other books of the New Testament (the three Johannine epistles and the Book of Revelation, together with the Gospel of John, are called the Johannine works), depending on whether he is distinguished from, or identified with, John the Evangelist, John ...

  5. Oct 18, 2022 · MASS READINGS. October 18, 2022 (Readings on USCCB website) . COLLECT PRAYER. Feast of St. Luke: Lord God, who chose Saint Luke to reveal by his preaching and writings the mystery of your love for ...

  6. St. Luke first appears in the Acts at Troas (xvi, 8 sqq.), where he meets St. Paul, and, after the vision, crossed over with him to Europe as an Evangelist, landing at Neapolis and going on to Philippi, “being assured that God had called us to preach the Gospel to them” (note especially the transition into first person plural at verse 10).

  7. Matthew the Apostle, also known as Saint Matthew and possibly as Levi, was, according to the New Testament, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus.According to Christian traditions, he was also one of the four Evangelists as author of the Gospel of Matthew, and thus is also known as Matthew the Evangelist, a claim rejected by most biblical scholars, though the "traditional authorship still has ...

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