Category:Saint Stephen

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Stephen  (–36) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q161775 s:en:Portal:Stephen (5-34) q:it:Stefano protomartire
Alternative names Saint Stephen; Stephen the Protomartyr
Description saint
English: The protomartyr of Christianity, is a saint in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Orthodox Churches who is often depicted with three stones and the martyrs' palm.
Français : Considéré comme le protomartyr de la Chrétienté (premier martyr), Saint Etienne est un saint à l'intérieur des églises catholique romaine, anglicane, lutherienne, orthodoxes occidentale et orientale, il est souvent représenté avec trois pierres (martyre de la lapidation) et la palme du martyr.
Date of birth/death 1st century 0036
Location of birth/death Jerusalem
Authority control

Saint Stephen, the Archdeacon and Protomartyr is an early Christianity figure, appearing in Acts, Chs. 6-8. According to Acts, he was one of first deacons in the Church of Jerusalem and killed by stones by Jewish religious leaders.

He is commemorated as saint in all Christianity.


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