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St. Philip Ceramic Plaque

Item Number: 13382

Catalog Code: P119

Philip Ceramic Plaque

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Philip (Philippus, Philippe, Filippo, Felipe) [died c. 80 AD], APOSTLE, is mentioned as a confidant of Jesus in St. John‚s Gospel. He is always fifth in rank of the apostles. When certain Greeks wanted to see Jesus, they applied to Philip. He also brought St. Bartholomew to the Lord. He preached in Asia Minor and was martyred in Phrygia. In art he is depicted with a beard, a cross and holding a basket of loaves. He is the patron of Uruguay. His feast is May 3.

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H x W: 
9 1/2"  (24.1 cm)
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St. Philip the Apostle

St. Philip the Apostle Feast Day:
Eastern Calendar - 11/14
Roman Rite Calendar - 05/03
Tridentine Calendar - 05/01

Patron Of: Hatters, Luxembourg, Pastry Chefs, Uruguay

    3 May (Roman calendar) (formerly 1 May); 14 November (Greek calendar)
    Disciple of Saint John the Baptist. Apostle. Brought Saint Nathanael to Christ. Confidant of Jesus. Little is known about him, but scriptural episodes give the impression of a shy, naive, practical individual. Preached in Greece and Asia Minor. Martyr.
    at Bethsaida, Palestine
    martyred c.80 at Hierapolis, Phrygia
Name Meaning
    lover of horses (Philip)
    hatters; Luxembourg; pastry chefs; San Felipe Indian Pueblo; Uruguay
    Prayer to...
    elderly bearded man holding a basket of loaves and a cross which is often t-shaped elderly man casting a devil from the idol of Mars; elderly man crucified on a tall cross; elderly man holding loaves and fishes; elderly man with a dragon nearby; elderly man with a loaf and book; elderly man with a snake nearby; loaves of bread; man baptizing the Ethiopian eunuch; man holding a book or scroll reading descendit ad inferna; tall cross; with Saint Andrew

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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