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About Saint Paul's Shipwreck
The Saint Paul's Shipwreck is celebrated on 10th February each year. This feast commemorates the shipwreck of St. Paul in Malta in 60 A.D. This event is registered in the Acts of the Apostles: 27, 28. Saint Paul (also called Paul the Apostle, The Apostle Paul or Paul of Tarsus) who called himself the "Apostle to the Gentiles", and was, together with Saint Peter and James the Just, the most notable of early Christian missionaries . His efforts to accept gentile converts and to define the Torah as superseded by Christ were successful and decisive. The church is 35 metres long and 22 metres wide, and consists of the main nave which is nine metres wide, two aisles, the sacristy on the left and the oratory on the right. In 60 AD, St Paul, patron Saint of Malta, performed a number of miracles during his stay on the island, including the healing of Publius' father, the Roman governor. is a useful tool for organizing your Saint Paul's Shipwreck holiday tasks. Using, you can create custom email reminders to aid in accomplishing tasks and remembering appointments in conjunction with the Saint Paul's Shipwreck holiday season.
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