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A History of St Andrew

Saint Andrew (who is believed to have later preached around the shores of the Black Sea), was an agile and hardy Galilean fisherman whose name means Strong and who also had good social skills. He brought the first foreigners to meet Jesus and shamed a large crowd of people into sharing their food with the

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Who was St Andrew ?

Ten fascinating facts about Saint Andrew, Scotland’s patron saint: Andrew was a Galilean fisherman working in the Black Sea before he and his brother Simon Peter became disciples of Jesus Christ. He was crucified by the Romans on an X-shaped cross at Patras in Greece and, hundreds of years later, his remains were moved to

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Vale Ian Murdoch

  I am indeed saddened to inform you that Ian Murdoch, Chairperson of the Scots of Victoria Coordinating Group, passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Friday 14th September. Ian was a wonderful contributor to the Scottish community over many years: · Current Chairperson – Scots of Victoria Coordinating Group · Current Coordinator – Scottish

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