Saint Mark the Evangelist

Rowan  Lewgalon

Lindlar, Germany

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Mark the Evangelist (Greek: Μάρκος), is the traditional name of the author of the Gospel of Mark.
Tradition identifies him with the John Mark (Ioannis Markos) mentioned as a companion of Saint Paul in Acts, who later is said to have become a disciple of Saint Peter.
John Mark accompanied Paul and Barnabas (Mark’s cousin) on Paul’s first missionary journey. After a sharp dispute, Barnabas separated from Paul, taking Mark to Cyprus.
Later, Paul called upon the services of Mark and Mark was named as Paul’s fellow worker.
Mark’s mother was a prominent member of the earliest group of Christians in Jerusalem. It was to her house that Peter turned on his release from prison; the house was a meeting-place for the brethren, “many” of whom were praying there on the night Peter arrived from prison.

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