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The second Gospel was written by St. Mark, who, in the New Testament, is sometimes called John Mark. Both he and his mother, Mary, were highly esteemed in the early Church, and his mother's house in Jerusalem served as a meeting place for Christians there. St. Mark was associated with St. Paul and St. Barnabas (who was Mark's cousin) on their missionary journey through the island of Cyprus. Later he accompanied St. Barnabas alone. We know ... Continue Reading

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  1. Cathy Angel Jarnagin
    3 years ago

    Saint Mark was Apostles that follow Christ and he was wotre the Second Grospel in the New Testament in the Bible.
    Mark was called John Mark.
    His mother name was Mary, his mother house was in the city of Jerusalem to served as a meeting place for all Christian.

  2. william
    3 years ago

    The Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.. in that order! My Lord, your teacher? Dust off your Bibles and open them up.. The times will be changin real soon, and you will need to learn all you can from this GREAT book, the abosolute WORD of GOD!!!
    BIBLE = Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth

  3. diane
    3 years ago

    I learned so much... May the God bless all of yours... peace is with yours...

  4. Daniel
    4 years ago

    I'm preatty sure that is was the second gospel......

  5. Liam gerrard
    4 years ago

    Not helpful at all he wrote the first gospel not the second u bunch of divs

  6. James ⓋⓛⓅ McCready
    4 years ago

    Yeh My Teacher is saying that Marks Gospel is the first one, but I think this is right ... I reckon Marks Gospel is in the Second Gospel, Which is the first ??? This really helped me with my homework THANKYOU

  7. Cuan
    4 years ago

    Wow! what a great article. it really helped me with my project on St Mark.

  8. Mark
    4 years ago

    This guy is awesome :) <3 8) =) ;)

  9. Mark
    4 years ago

    This is the most amazing saint ever =) ;) <3.

  10. bob watson
    4 years ago

    this website needs more info about St.Mark 8( :(

  11. alex
    4 years ago

    i have to do 10 page esay on this by tommorow

  12. bob watson
    4 years ago

    i have a project due in 4days on st.mark and i did not start.I don't know what to do.

  13. Mark
    4 years ago

    This is the best site ever for looking up saints I am doing a 4th grade project at my school 8)

  14. Mark E. Carney
    4 years ago

    I don't profess to be a historian on theology but something is very wrong with this article. If you read the Wilkopedia about St Mark there is a big difference of opinion than what the author has written in this article. John Mark did not write the Gospels, Mark the Evangelist did, John Mark's mother was Mary and her house was indeed a Christian center. John mark did not become bishop of Alexandria, Mark the Evangelist did. So i guess I'm going to do a little more in depth research to find out who in fact is correct.

  15. JOEJOE
    4 years ago

    THIS WIBSITE HELPED ME ALOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. BOB
    4 years ago

    This wibsite dose not help me get more info

  17. KURTT
    4 years ago

    this website is the best it helped me heps

  18. mark raphael v. manalastas
    4 years ago

    mark is a good apostle of jesus.

  19. MARK
    4 years ago

    Its great knowing my patron saint has a site,please how can I subcribe to get all the latest info on him? St Mark pls pray for me to get a new better job & bless me with a good wife.

  20. Christine
    4 years ago

    I was trying to get information regarding the winged lion associated with St. Mark and am disappointed to find no mention of it in this article.

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