Saints related to Patron-of-tin-smiths

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  • St. Joseph of Arimathea
    Saint Joseph of Arimathea was a disciple of Jesus throughout his lifetime. After Jesus’ crucifixion, Joseph donated his own tomb for the funeral preparations of Christ. The Gospel of Mark referred to him as an “honorable counselor,” and there are many other references to him throughout the Bible as a “servant of Christ.”
  • St. Maurus
    St. Maurus was born a Roman noble in the sixth century. He became St. Benedict's assistant at age twelve. It is believed that St. Maurus rescued St. Placidus from drowning. He died around 584 A.D.