Sites related to St. George, soldier and martyr. He attracted a cultus early on, and was very popular in the Middle Ages. St. George is the patron of Georgia (naturally), England, Canada, Greece, Germany, Moscow, and the Boy Scouts.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. George
Long, scholarly article on St. George, martyr, patron saint of England.
George
Illustrated profile of St. George, also known as Victory Bringer from the Catholic Community Forum, with links.
George, Soldier and Martyr
With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
Of S. George, Martyr
From "The Golden Legend," by Jacobus de Voragine. William Caxton translation, hosted by the Medieval Sourcebook.
A Saint a Day: St. George
The story of this soldier saint and martyr. Suitable for children.
Saint George
Three accounts of the life of St. George: for children ages 0-8, children 8-14, and age 14-adult.
Saint George
Michael Collins reviews the historical Saint George, legends, and his place in English history, literature, and institutions.
The Saints: St. George
Short profile of St. George. Illustrated. From the book "The Saints: A Concise Biographical Dictionary," edited by John Coulson.
St George, Martyr
From Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints.
Wikipedia: St George
A lengthy article on the saint, including the traditional account of his life, a range of suggested origins for the dragon legend, and his modern status.
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