Talk:Andrew the Apostle
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Hello Joaquín Martínez,
Thank you for your constributions to the early church apostles. You have added valuable information. But I should point out it's inappropriate to redirect another article without opening up discussion.
I'm thinking perhaps we should use the naming convention of 'Andrew the Apostle' instead of using "Saint Andrew". Then, on the first line put Andrew the Apostle (Saint Andrew in Catholic and Orthodox traditions}. After that the rest of the article would be the same. That would be more inclusive of Christian faiths that do not necessarily acknowledge sainthood. How does that sound? Thanks Learn together 15:32, 13 May 2007 (EDT)