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Stephen's name means "crown," and he was the first disciple of Jesus to receive the martyr's crown. Stephen was a deacon in the early Christian Church. The apostles had found that they needed helpers to look after the care of the widows and the poor. So they ordained seven deacons, and Stephen is the most famous of these. God worked many miracles through St. Stephen and he spoke with such wisdom and grace that many of his hearers ... Continue Reading

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  1. Oscar ...
    3 years ago

    Thanks very helpful... love the saint the name ... its my confo name

  2. Bronte
    3 years ago

    This was a good article but not at all detailed. I'm only in year 9 and I am doing an assignment on Saint Stephen that goes into a lot of detail. Sorry but this was just too simple.

    4 years ago

    knaarlyy dude

  4. sarah is da bomb
    4 years ago

    I rock so stephen must

  5. Sean
    4 years ago

    Very good!!!!!

  6. Sean
    4 years ago

    It didnt have any answers i needed. This needs a lot more information. Put more information now!!!!!!

    4 years ago


  8. Jim Louttit
    4 years ago

    Many of God's blessing on the person who has compiled this information on St. Stephen. It is his feast day today and I was looking to see if any new information on St. Stephen had been revealed through archeology or ancient text.

  9. georges-etienne pelletier
    4 years ago

    68 years ago in 1942 my mom & dad got married. They both died in 1995. I was born in 1945. In french "ETIENNE" = STEPHEN. Hoping to always imitate S.Stephen in proclaiming my beleifs in the continuous presence of THE LORD JESUS. May you all BE BLESSED in celebrating today this FAMILY DAY !

  10. Steve
    4 years ago

    St Stephen, watch over me & continue your intercessions for me & my needs.

  11. mymessage
    4 years ago

    I am impressed about the strong faith of St. Stephen. What a special gift is to see heaven opened! it is a blessing. I want to read more about St.Stephen. Who can help me, where can I get more info about this Saint?


  12. martin
    4 years ago

    he's my confirmation saint

  13. Frustrated Reader
    4 years ago

    I'd really rather they included what they were patrons of. That's necessary information in my opinion.

    4 years ago

    What about when he was born? AT LEAST A GUESS????

  15. Haskell Catholic
    4 years ago

    I'm afraid that Tom Smith (from above) doesn't have the whole story. The "angry mob" is mentioned in the narrative above, as well as in Acts chapter 7. Read the Bible, dear friends, and you will see that St. Paul, not Peter, was at the stoning. Not "encouraging", but certainly supporting the action. This was before his conversion and before his name change. He is called "Saul" at this point. St. Stephen, pray for us, especially those still in the angry mob.

  16. Daniel
    4 years ago

    St. Stephen, my patron, thank you for helping me in the past. Dear martyr, continue to intercede for us.

  17. Tom Smith
    4 years ago

    I love how these sites dont have the whole story, he ended up dieing by a mob encouraged by Peter the Apostle.

  18. :)AJ
    4 years ago

    Thankyou, this information was very help full for my re test.

    -also st paul over saw the stoning of saint stephen


  19. Yolka `
    4 years ago

    This was very helpful on my St Stephen project thanks sooooo much :)

  20. aplucas
    4 years ago

    This helped me with a St. stephen report I'm doing 4 school 4 all saints day!! Gr8 info!!(:

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