Saint Mark

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Noun1.Saint Mark - Apostle and companion of Saint PeterSaint Mark - Apostle and companion of Saint Peter; assumed to be the author of the second Gospel
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The Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday will pay tribute to Saint Barnabas (San Bernabe Apostol), an early Christian missionary and martyr, and a cousin of Saint Mark the Evangelist.
St Mark's Day on April 25 celebrates Mark the Evangelist, one of the most important figures in early Christianity and the author of the Gospel of Mark.
On Wednesday at 10.30am we have our midweek Communion Service commemorating St Mark the Evangelist. St Mark is the author of the Second Gospel and is believed to be the 'John Mark' referred to in the Acts of the Apostles.
It became a church in the Apostolic Age, as Saint Mark the Evangelist and Saint Peter blessed it with their visits.
Mark the Evangelist Mission in Bartow, coordinated the trip in conjunction with Fr.