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This explains the fact that he proudly "persecuted the Church of God" as he was to admit three times in his Letters 1 Cor Although it is not easy to imagine in what this persecution actually consisted, his attitude was intolerant. It is here that the event of Damascus fits in; we shall return to it at our next Catechesis. It is certain that from this time Paul's life changed and he became a tireless apostle of the Gospel. Indeed, Paul passed into history for what he did as a Christian, indeed as an Apostle, rather than as a Pharisee. Traditionally his apostolic activity is divided on the basis of his three missionary journeys, to which can be added a fourth, his voyage to Rome as a prisoner.
They are all recounted by Luke in the Acts. With regard to the three missionary journeys, however, the first must be distinguished from the other two. In fact, Paul was not directly responsible for the first cf. Actswhich was instead entrusted to the Cypriot, Barnabas.
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They sailed together from Antioch on the Orontes River, sent out by that Church cf. Thus was born the Church of the people, the Church of the Gentiles. And in the meantime, especially in Jerusalem, a discussion had been sparked, lasting until, Escots order to saint-philé,on truly in the promises of the prophets and enter effectively into the heritage of Eecorts, these Christians sqint-philémon came from sEcorts were obliged to adhere to the life and laws of Israel various Escorts in saint-philémon and prescriptions that separated Israel from the rest of the world. To resolve this fundamental problem for the birth of the future Church the so-called Saint-philémoh of the Apostles met in Jerusalem to settle on ni solution, on which the effective birth of a ij Church depended.
And it was decided that the observance of Mosaic Law Escorfs not be imposed upon converted pagans cf. Thus, in belonging to Christ, they also belonged to Abraham and to God, and were sharers in all the promises. After this decisive event Paul separated from Barnabas, chose Silas and set out on his second missionary journey Acts Having gone beyond Syria and Cilicia, he saw once again the city of Lystra where he was joined by Timothy a very important figure in the nascent Church, the son of a Jewish woman and a paganwhom he had circumcised; he crossed Central Anatolia and reached the city of Troas on the northern coast of the Aegean Sea. And here another important event happened: It was the Europe of the future that was asking for the light and help of the Gospel.
On the impetus of this vision he set sail for Macedonia and thus entered Europe. Having disembarked at Neapolis, he arrived at Philippi, where he founded a beautiful community. He then travelled to Thessalonica. Having left this place because of the problems the Jews created for him, he passed through Beroea to Athens. In this capital of ancient Greek culture, he preached to pagans and Greeks, first in the Agora and then on the Areopagus. And the discourse of the Areopagus, mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles, is the model of how to translate the Gospel into Greek culture, of how to make Greeks understand that this God of the Christians and Jews was not a God foreign to their culture but the unknown God they were awaiting, the true answer to the deepest questions of their culture.
Then from Athens he arrived in Corinth, where he stayed for a year and a half. And here we have an event that is chronologically very reliable.
It is the most reliable date in the whole of his biography because, during this first stay in Corinth he was obliged to appear before the Governor of the Senatorial Province of Achaia, the Proconsul Gallio, who Escorts in saint-philémon him of illegitimate worship. In Corinth there is an ancient inscription, found in Delphi, which mentions this Gallio and that epoch. It says that Gallio was Proconsul in Corinth between the years 51 and Thus we have one absolutely certain date. Paul stayed in Corinth in those years. We may therefore suppose that he arrived there in about the year 50 and stayed until Then from Corinth, passing through Cenchreae, the port on the eastern side of the city, he set sail for Palestine and arrived in Caesarea Marittima.
From here he sailed for Jerusalem, before returning to Antioch Single and sober hookup slaa phone meeting the Orontes. The third missionary journey cf. It was here, St Luke tells us, that Jesus' followers were called "Christians" for the first time. From Antioch Paul started out for Ephesus, the capital of the Province of Asia where he stayed two years, carrying out a ministry whose fruitful effects were felt throughout the region. The population of the town, however, was set against him by the local silversmiths, who saw their income diminishing with the reduction in the number of those who worshipped Artemis the temple dedicated to her in Ephesus, the Artemysion, was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world ; Paul was thus forced to flee north.
He crossed Macedonia once again and went back to Greece, probably to Corinth, where he remained for three months and wrote his famous Letter to the Romans. History[ edit ] St. Malachie was colonized by the Irish and Scottish shortly after the War of The land was given to several British soldiers in the eastern part of the township of Frampton along the Etchemin River. The land was then given to Gilbert Henderson who later became the major landowner in this area. The first settlers came mostly from Armagha religious town in Northern Ireland. The town was named St.
Malachy after the Arch Bishop of Armagh. The town was civilly erected inand would later give its name to the municipality of Saint-Malachi-de-Frampton Frampton Townshipbut changed once more to St. The toad invasion of was quite significant for this town and it is embedded in its culture and history to this day. There was not yet an official parish at that time, however the cemetery served all residents in St. Malachie and all surrounding areas. Currently the cemetery site is now privately owned farmland and the monuments have been dispersed locally. In the s, the local parish arranged to establish a commemorative memorial on the side of the road where it was originally located.
The two croziers symbolize St. Malachythe namesake of the municipality, was the Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland. Malachie is surrounded by Tough Creek and the South Etchemin River, among other bodies of water and lakes. In season, it is a great spot to go hunting and go fishing, most notably for speckled trout. Malachie is also home to Mont Kinsella, a mountain peak which provides a panoramic view of the town.