Bartholomew

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Related to Bartholomew the Apostle: Simon the Zealot, Judas Iscariot, Andrew the Apostle

Bar·thol·o·mew

 (bär-thŏl′ə-myo͞o′), Saint Sometimes called Na·than·ael (nə-thăn′yəl) fl. first century ad.
One of the 12 Apostles. According to tradition, he visited India and Ethiopia and was martyred in Armenia.

Bartholomew

(bɑːˈθɒləˌmjuː)
n
(Bible) New Testament one of the twelve apostles (Matthew 10:3). Feast day: Aug 24 or June 11

Bar•thol•o•mew

(bɑrˈθɒl əˌmyu)

n.
one of the 12 apostles: sometimes called Nathanael. Mark 3:18.
Translations
Bartoloměj
Bartholomæus
BartholomäusBartolomäus
BartolomeusPerttiPerttu
BarthélemyBarthélémy
Bertalan
Bartolomeus
Bartłomiej
BartolomaiosBartolomeus

Bartholomew

[bɑːˈθɒləmjuː] NBartolomé
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Bartholomew the Apostle as its patron saint, is under the guidance of the Diocese of Kalookan and parish priest Rev.
These are followed by the Questions of Bartholomew and the Book of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ by Bartholomew the Apostle, often included with the Gospels as the Gospel of Bartholomew, but in view of their content more appropriately placed here.