James the Less
noun see James I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • James the Less, Saint — • Identifies James the Less with James the Apostle, son of Alpheus, and with James the brother of the Lord Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Church of St. James the Less — St. James the Less Episcopal Church U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. National Historic Landmark …   Wikipedia

  • Church of St James the Less, Tatham — Church of St James the Less, Tatham, from the southeast …   Wikipedia

  • St. James the Less —     St. James the Less     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. James the Less     THE IDENTITY OF JAMES     The name James in the New Testament is borne by several:     ♦ James, the son of Zebedee Apostle, brother of John, Apostle; also called James… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Church of St James the Less, Sulgrave — St James the Less, Sulgrave St James the Less, Sulgrave Coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • Mary (mother of James the Less) — Along with Mary Magdalene and Mary of Clopas, Mary the mother of James is known as one of the Three Marys, depicted here by Mikołaj Haberschrack. Mary is identified in the synoptic gospels as one of the women who went to Jesus tomb after he was… …   Wikipedia

  • James the Just — Vespasian s siege and capture of Jerusalem delayed the selection of Simeon of Jerusalem to succeed James.Josephus account of James death is more credible because the Acts of Apostles doesn t mention anything about James after the year 60.… …   Wikipedia

  • St. James the Greater —     St. James the Greater     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. James the Greater     (Heb. Yakob; Sept. Iakob; N.T. Greek Iakobos; a favourite name among the later Jews).     The son of Zebedee (q.v.) and Salome (Cf. Matthew 27:56; Mark 15:40; 16:1) …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • St. James the Apostle Anglican Church — The St. James the Apostle Anglican Church is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.St. James the Apostle was first opened for worship in May of 1864. It is a gothic revival church built of grey limestone. Originally, it stood on open land and was… …   Wikipedia

  • Church of St Leonard the Less, Samlesbury — St Leonard the Less, Samlesbury …   Wikipedia

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