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St. Andrew

St. Andrew is also known as Andreas the Apostle and Endres the Apostle. He was the first Apostle. St. Andrew was martyred in Greece on an x-shaped cross and preached for two days from that cross before he died.


St. Andrew is the patron saint of fishermen, gout, Russia, Scotland, single women, unmarried women, singers, Greece, maidens, the Spanish armed forces, fish merchants, anglers, old maids, spinsters, and women who wish to become mothers. St. Andrew is also the patron saint of those who wish to avoid gout and sore throats.


St. Andrew is represented holding a fish or with a fishing net, as a man crucified, as a man preaching from a cross, as a man holding the Gospel in his right hand, and as a man leaning against an x-shaped cross.


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