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All of their modern icons have been converted to White. Richard renounced his royal estate and set sail with his two sons from Hamblehaven near Southampton about 721.
One can't help but wonder if White Christians, who profess such love for Jesus and Christianity, appreciate the rather gross irony of their practices. They landed in France and stayed for a while in Rouen before setting off on the pilgrimage route to Italy, making devotions at most of the shrines on the way.
The Seventy Disciples or Seventy-two Disciples (known in the Eastern Christian tradition as the Seventy Apostles) were early followers of Jesus mentioned in the Gospel of Luke 10:1-24. Some of Richard's relics were translated to Eichstätt where his son Willibald eventually became bishop. A modern icon at the monastery of the Holy Transfiguration in the U. Saint Cybi was known as Cybi Felyn (Cybi the Tanned), as he was tanned during his journey.
According to Luke, the only gospel in which they appear, Jesus appointed them and sent them out in pairs on a specific mission which is detailed in the text. In religious iconic art Richard is portrayed as a royal pilgrim, in an ermine-lined cloak and with two sons — one a bishop and one an abbot. Seiriol, travelling in the opposite direction, from Penmon, would have his back to the sun.
In Western Christianity it is usual to refer to them as Disciples while in Eastern Christianity they are usually referred to as Apostles. Ananias, who baptized Paul, and was bishop of Damascus. Thus, he was known as Seiriol Wyn (Seiriol the Fair).
Using the original Greek words, both titles are descriptive as an apostle is one sent on a mission whereas a disciple is a student, but the two traditions differ on the scope of the word apostle. Rhyd-y-Saint railway station (English: Ford of the Saints railway station) on the Red Wharf Bay branch line near Pentraeth, was named so as Seiriol and Cybi are said to have met there.
The Orthodox Christians seemingly being content with just giving the subjects exaggerated White features (notice the noses are even more narrow than the White Saints - White people are funny! Yes of course, there are many Blacks who have narrow noses and thin lips - but we suspect that is not what they had in mind. The identity of the historical Pabo who did give his name to the church remains unknown. Richard of Swabia) is a saint of the Roman Catholic Church. He was the brother-in-law of Saint Boniface (Archbishop of Mainz) and father of Saints Willibald (Bishop of Eichstätt), Winnebald or Winibald (Abbot of Heidenheim), and Walburga (Abbess of Heidenheim).This site is currently not available to citizens of all countries in the world.