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Saint Peter the Apostle Picture Book

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Catalog Code: 0-89942-290-X24-DIS

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Peter the Apostle Picture Book

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Rev. Lawrence G. Lovasik, S.V.D.

This full-color illustrated St. Joseph Picture Book tells about St. Peter's first encounter with Christ, his calling to be a "Fisher of Men," his work and finally his death.

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7 1/4"  (18.4 cm) x 5 1/2"  (13.9 cm)
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St. Peter the Apostle

St. Peter the Apostle Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 06/29

Patron Of: Fishermen, Rome, Butchers, Stone Masons, Bakers, Long Life, Bridge Builders, Clock Makers, Fever, Foot Trouble, Frenzy, Masons, Net Makers, Ship Builders, Stationers, Wolves, Against Fenzy, Papacy, Shipwrights, Shoemakers, Watch Makers

Also known as

    * Cephas
    * First Pope
    * Keipha
    * Kepha
    * Pre-eminent Apostle
    * Prince of the Apostles
    * Shimon Bar-Yonah
    * Shimon Ben-Yonah
    * Simeon
    * Simon
    * Simon bar Jonah
    * Simon ben Jonah
    * Simon Peter


    * 29 June (feast of Peter and Paul)
    * 22 February (feast of the Chair of Peter, emblematic of the world unity of the Church)
    * 1 August (Saint Peter in Chains)
    * 18 November (feast of the dedication of the Basilicas of Peter and Paul)


    Professional fisherman. Brother of Saint Andrew the Apostle, the man who led him to Christ. Apostle. Renamed “Peter” (rock) by Jesus to indicate that Peter would be the rock-like foundation on which the Church would be built. Bishop. First Pope. Miracle worker.


    * c.1 in Bethsaida as Simon


    * martyred c.64 in Rome, Italy
    * crucified head downward because he claimed he was not worthy to die in the same manner as Christ


    * Pre-Congregation

Name Meaning

    * rock


    * against feet problems
    * against fever
    * against foot problems
    * against frenzy
    * bakers
    * bridge builders
    * butchers
    * clock makers
    * cobblers
    * fishermen
    * harvesters
    * locksmiths
    * longevity
    * masons
    * net makers
    * papacy
    * popes
    * ship builders
    * shipwrights
    * shoemakers
    * stone masons
    * Universal Church
    * watch makers
    * Berlin, Germany, archdiocse of
    * Calbayog, Philippines, diocese of
    * Davao, Philippines, archdiocese of
    * Jackson, Mississippi, diocese of
    * Las Vegas, Nevada, diocese of
    * Maralal, Kenya, diocese of
    * Marquette, Michigan, diocese of
    * Peterborough, Ontario, diocese of
    * Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, archdiocese of
    * Providence, Rhode Island, diocese of
    * Scranton, Pennsylvania, diocese of
    * Trois-Rivières, Québec, diocese of
    * Affi, Italy
    * Agordo, Italy
    * Belvedere Ostrense, Italy
    * Birzebbuga, Malta
    * Bremen, Germany
    * Capolona, Italy
    * Capriata d’Orba, Italy
    * Castelletto d’Orba, Piedmont, Italy
    * Chartres, France
    * Chatillon, Aosta, Italy
    * Cluny, France
    * Cologne, Germany
    * Exeter College, Oxford, England
    * Dunajská Streda, Slovakia
    * Gabiano, Italy
    * Imér, Italy
    * Köpenick, Germany
    * Lanuvio, Italy
    * Lessines, Belgium
    * Leuven, Belgium
    * London, England
    * Mdina, Malta
    * Moissac, France
    * Montpellier, France
    * Morbegno, Italy
    * Nadur, Gozo, Malta
    * Namibe, Angola, diocese of
    * Naumburg, Germany
    * Obersmarsberg, Germany
    * Pogliano Milanese, Italy
    * Poznan, Poland
    * Regensburg, Germany
    * Rome, Italy
    * Saint Petersburg, Russia
    * Sint Pieters Rode, Belgium
    * Tagliacozzo, Italy
    * Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
    * Umbria, Italy
    * Vaglia, Italy
    * Worms, Germany
    * Bath Abbey
    * Berchtesgaden Abbey
    * Corbie Abbey


    * book
    * cock or rooster
    * reversed cross
    * keys of Heaven
    * keys
    * pallium
    * papal vestments
    * Apostle holding a book
    * Apostle holding a scroll
    * bald man, often with a fringe of hair on the sides and a tuft on top
    * man crucified head downwards
    * man holding a key or keys
    * man robed as a pope and bearing keys and a double-barred cross


All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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