Andronicus of Pannonia

Andronicus of Pannonia

Infobox Saint
feast_day=May 17, 22 Pashons
venerated_in=Eastern Orthodox Church, Oriental Orthodox Church

caption=Andronicus, Athanasius of Christianopoulos and Saint Junia

Saint Andronicus ( _el. Ανδρόνικος) was a first century Christian mentioned by the Apostle Paul in Romans 16:7. According to that verse, Andronicus was a "kinsman" and "fellow prisoner" of St. Paul.

In the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox traditions, Andronicus was one of the Seventy Apostles.

In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, Saint Andronicus was made bishop of Pannonia and died as a martyr. He and Saint Junia are commemorated in the Eastern Orthodox Church on May 17.

In the Oriental Orthodox tradition, Saint Andronicus departed in peace one day before the departure of Saint Junia. He is commemorated on 22 Pashons in the Coptic Orthodox Church.

External links

* [ Apostle Andronicus of the Seventy] From the Orthodox Church in America
* [ Coptic Orthodox Synexarion]

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