How Did Saint Paul Die?


According to the christian tradition, Saint Paul also known as Saul of Tarsus, was martyred in Rome. He witnessed the stoning of Stephen who was a christian leader. God appeared to him on his way to Damascus to persecute other Christians but instead he was baptized and later became a christian.
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Tradition tells us that Paul was beheaded in Rome sometime about the year 64-67 AD under orders from Emperor Nero. The date is not known but is observed, along with St. Peter's martyrdom
1. Pick up a death record application form in the lobby of the Ramsey County Department of Public Health at 555 Cedar Street in St. Paul. You can also download a form online. 2. Determine
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