Legend. There are several legends associated with the life and death of
Saint Christopher which first appeared in Greece and had ...
According to legend, St. Christopher was extremely tall, and by some accounts
he was even a giant! He is referred to as a Canaanite. We think this is unlikely, ...
Some versions of the legend say the Christ-Child Himself baptized Offero with
water from the stream. The saint then took a new name: Christopher meaning ...
Article on this martyr, probably of the third century. Although Christopher has
been a center of popular legend since the sixth century, all that can be known for
The Legend of St. Christopher from The Book of Legends by Horace E. Scudder.
St. Christopher is the Patron Saint of certain professions and even places, but . ...
According to legend, St. Christopher served the new king until he saw the king ...
Profile of the popular saint, takes legend as fact. Illustrated.
A writer named Jacobus de Voragine helps to fill the void in the history of Saint
Christopher. He wrote Golden Legend a collection of wonder tales about the ...
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.