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Modern icon of Saint Basil the Fool-for-Christ (16th century). He wandered the streets of Moscow praying for 73 years, and was granted the gift of foresight. (August 2)

Modern icon of Saint Basil the Fool-for-Christ (16th century). He wandered the streets of Moscow praying for 73 years, and was granted the gift of foresight. (August 2)

The newest saint in the Orthodox Church, Saint Alexander Schmorell, founder of the anti-Nazi White Rose group, martyred for writing anti-Nazi pamphlets.

White Rose Founder Canonized by Russian Orthodox Church

The newest saint in the Orthodox Church, Saint Alexander Schmorell, founder of the anti-Nazi White Rose group, martyred for writing anti-Nazi pamphlets.

Paul was born around A.D. 10 in Tarsus, in south-central Turkey. Though Jewish, his family enjoyed Roman citizenship. As a young man, Paul traveled to Jerusalem to study under the revered rabbi Gamaliel. Beyond that, little is known about Paul until he is mentioned as a witness of the stoning of St. Stephen in Jerusalem.

Paul was born around A.D. 10 in Tarsus, in south-central Turkey. Though Jewish, his family enjoyed Roman citizenship. As a young man, Paul traveled to Jerusalem to study under the revered rabbi Gamaliel. Beyond that, little is known about Paul until he is mentioned as a witness of the stoning of St. Stephen in Jerusalem.

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