Joseph of arimathea

(New Testament) Saint Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy member of the Sanhedrin, who obtained the body of Jesus after the Crucifixion and laid it in his own tomb (Matthew 27:57–60). Feast day: Mar 17 or July 31


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