Definition of Barnabas, St in English:

Barnabas, St

Line breaks: St Bar¦na|bas
Pronunciation: /ˈbɑːnəbəs
 
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  • (Died circa 61), a Cypriot Levite and Apostle. He accompanied St Paul on the first missionary journey to Cyprus and Asia Minor. The traditional founder of the Cypriot Church, he is said to have been martyred in Cyprus. Feast day, 11 June.

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