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Pictures of St. George usually show him killing a dragon to rescue a beautiful lady. The dragon stands for wickedness. The lady stands for God's holy truth. St. George was a brave martyr who was victorious over the devil. He was a soldier in the army of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and he was one of the Emperor's favorite soldiers. Now Diocletian was a pagan and a bitter enemy to the Christians. He put to death every Christian he could find. ... Continue Reading

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  1. George
    3 years ago

    i am a saint!

  2. George Kakos
    3 years ago

    i'm so proud my name is George he died for what he believed in i would do the same if i was in his position

  3. George Kirigha
    3 years ago

    I didn't really know how my namesake saint life was but this article has helped me & guided me to emulate the same.

  4. Parker Coble
    3 years ago

    how can i cite this?

  5. Elena
    3 years ago

    St. George is Great!!! He is awsome! It should be St.George the Great!! Love u George!!

  6. frank
    3 years ago

    You rock !!!!!!!!!!

  7. billy
    3 years ago

    Thanks! you are awsome!!1

  8. Dr.Jasen Joseph
    3 years ago

    St.George has been & will be an inspiration all throughout my life. I even named my son after Him so that I can honour him

  9. :)
    3 years ago

    St. George is very inspiring :) I love him so much! He is my friend's confirmation saint and i was born on his day (april 23)

  10. hi
    3 years ago


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    3 years ago


  12. Luis C. Morales
    3 years ago

    Paula V Martinez

    The Saint depicted in the picture you are describing is Saint Martin of Tours. That is the most widely known depiction of him.

  13. Paula V Martinez
    3 years ago

    I could not believe how many saints we had. This web site is great. Maybe you could
    help, My mother had a picture of a Roman soldier and beggar. He was giving the beggar some money or food. I would ask my mother who he was and she said it was St. George and the beggar was Jesus. Now I read here he has a dragon in his picture. Could he be the same?

  14. harrison
    3 years ago

    GO ST GEORGE now my conformation saint and project saint!

  15. Katie
    3 years ago

    i was inspired by this saint and he is now my confirmation saint.

    3 years ago

    bonjour prier pour moi et ma famille stp,j'ai besoin de beaucoup d'aide .MERCI

  17. George Briand Brodeur
    3 years ago

    I have always known that St. George was a dragon slayer. However, I never knew him to have been a Roman soldier and in Diocletians reign as emperor. Also, I never knew that the dragon he slew was metaphorical. Thanks for the view. Now, I have some real work to do. Thank you.

  18. George P.
    3 years ago

    You don't encounter many children these days named George. Too bad, it's really a wonderful name, IMHO.

  19. Trevor
    3 years ago

    St. George is one of the greatest saints.

  20. Trevor
    3 years ago

    St. George is a really great saint im also doing him for my project.

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