Saint Peter

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Noun1.Saint Peter - disciple of Jesus and leader of the ApostlesSaint Peter - disciple of Jesus and leader of the Apostles; regarded by Catholics as the vicar of Christ on earth and first Pope
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the Basilica of the Apostle Peter and Paul's Arctic Cathedral and the Church of the Paaislis Kamaldulai Monastery v?
The apostle Peter, James, and John witnessed this unique scene.
Even his very trusted apostle Peter denied knowing Him to save himself.
Selected from presentations at a July 2013 conference in Edinburgh, 19 papers explore the place of the apostle Peter in Christianity during its first three centuries.
Peter in Early Christianity is an anthology of studious essays by a variety of learned authors about the apostle Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ and a leader of the early Christian Church.
Holy communion at St George's Church was celebrated by the Rev Liam Beadle, who spoke about the apostle Peter.
Roots - a Metaphor & Acronym for the Christian Life" is an inspired eye opening book by Christopher Falconer, a passionate Christian and Sunday School Teacher, that challenges and encourages Christians to consider and answer a very important question Jesus asked of the Apostle Peter, and of all Christians today - "who do you say I Am?
That was the situation the apostle Peter faced on Pentecost.
faith, the people of God, has always believed these to be the relics of the apostle Peter, and we continue to venerate them in this way and give them the honour they deserve.
In this Year of Faith, your pilgrimage to the Tomb of the Apostle Peter is marked by prayer and catecheses on the theme of faith.
This tale--as he wrote in an essay in 1931--has the Apostle Peter saying to the Lord God: '"All day long I watch the gates of Paradise; I do not let anyone in, yet in the morning there are newcomers in Paradise.
The apostle Peter, whom they claim to be their first Pope, was also a married man and was able to write about family life.