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  • ...oad to Emmaus ([[Gospel of Luke|Luke]] 24:13-33). The Church remembers St. Cleopas on [[October 30]]. Cleopas is the younger brother of [[Joseph the Betrothed]] and the father of [[Apos
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  • ...[[Apostle Cephas|Cephas]], [[Apostle Clement|Clement]], [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]] (who accompanied the Lord to Emmaus), [[Apostle Crescens|Crescens]], [[Ap
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  • ...me]] holds this view, that these were the children of St. Joseph's brother Cleopas, who had died and left his children and widow in Joseph's care, according t
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  • ...-brothers and step-sisters. He was the older brother to [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]], who was also married to a woman named Mary.
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  • ...postle Justus|Justus]], [[Apostle Artemas|Artemas]], and [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]]; and [[January 4]] among the Seventy.
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  • ...oad to Emmaus ([[Gospel of Luke|Luke]] 24:13-33). The Church remembers St. Cleopas on [[October 30]]. Cleopas is the younger brother of [[Joseph the Betrothed]] and the father of [[Apos
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  • ...//www.westsrbdio.org/prolog/my.html?month=October&day=30 The Holy Apostles Cleopas, Tertius, Mark, Justus and Artemas] (''Prologue of Ohrid'', October 30)
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  • * Mary the wife of Cleopas (or Alphaeus)
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  • ...where he came to believe in the [[Jesus|Lord]]. He and [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]] met the [[resurrection|resurrected]] Lord on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24)
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  • *St. Mary the Myrrh-bearer, wife of Cleopas ([[May 23]])
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  • ...Ss. [[Apostle Tertius|Tertius]], [[Apostle Mark|Mark]], [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]], and [[Apostle Justus|Justus]], and on [[January 4]] with the Seventy. *[http://goarch.org/en/chapel/saints.asp?contentid=763 Cleopas, Apostle of the 70] ([[GOARCH]])
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  • St. Symeon was the son of [[Apostle Cleopas|Cleopas]], the younger brother of St. [[Joseph the Betrothed]]. He was a witness t
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  • ...for solitude, received permission to establish his cell, with his disciple Cleopas, about a mile from the monastery. There, Fr. Leonid joined Fr. Theodore in ...nid and Cleopas who had also moved there in 1812. In 1816, Hieroschemamonk Cleopas died, and Fr. Leonid and Fr. Theodore moved to the St. Alexander of Svir mo
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  • ...surrection. Luke was the other, although he does not mention his own name. Cleopas was subsequently slain by the Jews for preaching [[Christ]], the murder tak
    38 KB (5,894 words) - 13:28, June 17, 2020