Sites dedicated to St. Andrew the Apostle.
Acts and Martyrdom of the Holy Apostle Andrew
Mentioned (unfavorably) in the early fifth century, this apocryphal work is thought to have been written by one Leucius Charinus, and later revised by a more orthodox Christian.
Acts of Andrew and Matthias in the City of the Man-Eaters
Apocryphal, written most likely by Leucius Charinus. The manuscripts can't decide whether the second apostle is Matthew or Matthias, and three different names are given for the Ethiopian city of cannibals. A taste for the miraculous, and for hidden miracles at that.
Britannia: St. Andrew
Short profile of the patron saint of Scotland, by Peter Williams.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Andrew
What we can know of St. Andrew from Scripture and tradition.
James Kiefer's Christian Biographies: Andrew the Apostle
With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
Saint Andrew the Apostle
Three versions of his life story: for children ages 0-8, children 8-14, and age 14-adult. By Catherine Fournier.
St Andrew, Patron Saint of Scotland
About the apostle's career after martyrdom, and how he came to be Scotland's patron saint.
St. Andrew the Apostle, the First-Called
Ikon and short biography. From the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.
St. Andrew, Apostle
From Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints.

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