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Saints related to Patron-of-architects

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  • St. Barbara
    According to her legend, St. Barbara secretly becaeme a Christian. When her father discovered that she had converted, he dragged her before a judge, where she was condemned, tortured and beheaded.
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  • St. Benedict
    Born around 480, St. Benedict is not only the father of the Benedictine order, he is also considered to be the founder of western monasticism. He wrote the "Rule of St. Benedict" which became the norm for monasticism and he founded a dozen monasteries himself, including the famous Monte Cassino, where he lived.
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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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