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James the Great

James the Great was one of the tweleve apostles of Jesus Christ. He was the brother of John the Apostle. He was put to death by Herod Agrippa I; afterwards, according to Spanish tradition, his body was taken to Santiago de Compostela. His feast day is July 25.

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