Saint Christopher is venerated by several Christian denominations as a martyr
killed in the ... However his veneration only appears late in Christian tradition,
and did not become .... The theory th...
The Saint Christopher medal is worn by members of the Catholic Church as an
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The hermit told St. Christopher that because of his great size; he could please
God by carrying people across a dangerous river. St. Christopher did so, in
St. Christopher is known as the patron saint of travelers. Legend has it that he
was a giant of a man, at 7 ½ feet tall with a fearsome face. He is described in.
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Christopher but by wearing his medal, I do feel that ur knows I am.
The name "Christopher" means Christ-bearer, and may allude to the legend of
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Saint Christopher the patron saint and protector of travelers. ... The St.
Christopher medal is inscribed: "Saint Christopher Our Protector. ... in the river
and gave him his Christian name which - Christopher - means "Christ-bearer. ...
Although Christopher does remain a saint, his day of celebration, July 25, is no
Many cars are seen sporting Saint Christopher icons. Those who do a lot of
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