St. Thomas the Apostle

St. Thomas the Apostle (died circa AD 72), was one of the twelve apostles chosen by Jesus. He is primarily known for his initial skepticism regarding the resurrection of Jesus, demanding physical proof of His wounds. However, upon encountering the risen Christ and witnessing His wounds, Thomas professed his faith, exclaiming “My Lord and my God.” St. Thomas later became a devoted follower and evangelist, spreading the message of Christ’s resurrection throughout the world. He is believed to have traveled to India, where he established a Christian community and preached the Gospel. St. Thomas is revered as the patron saint of architects and builders due to a tradition that he was entrusted with the construction of a palace in heaven. He is known for his courage, unwavering dedication to Christ, and his profound declaration of faith. St. Thomas is a prominent figure in Christian history, inspiring believers to seek a deeper understanding of Christ and to confront their doubts with sincere faith.


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