St. Paul (Conversion) - Banner BAN759
by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
SS. Peter and Paul 29th
Conversion of St. Paul
Paul (died c. 64/67, originally known as
Saul) was a Jew who was also a Roman citizen. He was a pharisee who persecuted
Christians until he had an conversion experience of the Risen Lord on the road
not one of the original apostles who met Jesus, Paul is known as the Apostle of
the Gentiles. Realising that the message of Jesus was meant for all, and not
only those of jewish birth, he travelled to Greece, Malta, Italy and perhaps
even Spain evangelising and preaching the Good News. His letters
and epistles in the New Testament have shaped the christian message through the
ages. He was eventually put to death by the sword in Rome for proclaiming the
Gospel of Jesus Christ.
For I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that the
gospel that was proclaimed by me is not of human origin; for I did not
receive it from a human source, nor was I taught it, but I received it through
a revelation of Jesus Christ. [Gal 1:11-12]
sublimation printing on a 100% close weave, natural feel polyester material
with dowling, tulip wood end caps and gold hanging cord. An extra depth of
approx. 12" should be allowed when measuring to allow for the hanging
cord. A sample of the material can be supplied upon request.
standing Roller / Pull-up banner: These banners have a
self-winding cassette mechanism and extending support pole made from durable
anodised brushed aluminium. The banner size is 79" x 31.5" / 200cm x
80cm and printed on 180 micron matt-coated vinyl. Includes a free padded carry
bag to store your banner when not in use.
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