Philip the Apostle

Philip the Apostle ([Φίλιππος, Philippos] error: {{lang-xx}}: text haes italic markup (help)) wis ane o the Twal Apostles o Jesus.

Philip the Apostle
Rubens apostel philippus.jpg
St. Philip, bi Peter Paul Rubens, frae his Twal Apostles series (c. 1611), at the Museo del Prado, Madrid
Apostle an Martyr
BornBethsaida, Galilee, Roman Empire
Dee'd80 A.D
Hierapolis, Anatolie, Roman Empire
Veneratit inChristianity
Islam (named in exegesis)
CanonisedPre-congregation
Feast3 Mey (Roman Catholic Kirk),[1] 14 November (Eastren Orthodox Kirk), 1 Mey (Anglican Communion, Lutheran Kirk an pre-1955 General Roman Calendar), 11 Mey (General Roman Calendar, 1955–69)
AttributesElderly, beardit saunt an open-tae-God man, hauldin a basket o loaves an a Tau cross
PatronageCape Verde; Hatters; Pastry chefs; San Felipe Pueblo; Uruguay

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