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Saints related to Patron-of-masons

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  • St. Louis
    Saint Louis was born in 1214 to King Louis VII and the saintly Queen Blanche. Greatly influenced by his mother, he was considered pious even from his youth. At age 22, he ascended to the throne and ruled France justly, helping the poor and promoting the Christian faith.
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  • St. Peter
    St. Peter was born Simon, the brother of Andrew, at Bethsaida. Peter was a fisherman who became one of the first followers of Jesus and was ordained by Christ as the first pope. He was martyred by Nero about 65 A.D. and was succeeded by Pope Linus.
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  • St. Sebastian
    St. Sebastian was a captain of the Praetorian Guard during the reign of Emperor Diocletian. He secretly brought supplies to persecuted Christians. Emperor Diocletian had Sebastian tied to a tree and shot with arrows. The arrows failed to kill him. He later died as a result of blunt trauma.
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  • St. Stephen
    St. Stephen is considered the first Christian martyr. He was dragged away by an angry mob while preaching the Gospel in the streets and stoned to death. His demise came as a result of a speech during which he chastised opponents by comparing them to past Israelites bound to blasphemy and idolatry.
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  • St. Thomas the Apostle
    St. Thomas the Apostle was known for being impetuous, courageous and both skeptical and faithful. He gained the nickname “Doubting Thomas” because he would not believe the other Apostles when he was told that the Lord rose on Easter Sunday. A week later, Jesus appeared to the apostles again and Thomas made the the proclamation of Faith "my Lord and my God."
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