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  • The following day, he arrived in Caesarea where Cornelius was expecting them; he had called together his relatives and close friends. (Acts 10, 24)

  • and when he found him, he brought him to Antioch. For a whole year they had meetings with the Church and instructed many people. It was in Antioch that the disciples were first called Christians. (Acts 11, 26)

  • Barnabas and Saul carried out their mission and then came back from Jerusalem, taking with them John also called Mark. (Acts 12, 25)

  • On one occasion while they were celebrating the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said to them, "Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul and send them to do the work for which I have called them." (Acts 13, 2)

  • They named Barnabas Zeus, and Paul they called Hermes, since he was the chief speaker. (Acts 14, 12)

  • Barnabas wanted to take with them John also called Mark, (Acts 15, 37)

  • He called them, together with others who did similar work, and said, "Friends, you know that our prosperity depends on this work. (Acts 19, 25)

  • After the uproar died down, Paul called his disciples together to encourage them. Then he said goodbye and set out on his journey to Macedonia. (Acts 20, 1)

  • With us were some of the disciples of Caesarea who brought us to the house of a Cypriot where we were to stay. He was called Mnason and was one of the early disciples. (Acts 21, 16)

  • The next day the commander wanted to know for certain the charges the Jews were making against Paul. So he released him from prison and called together the High Priest and the whole Council; and they brought Paul down and made him stand before them. (Acts 22, 30)

  • So the officer took him and brought him to the commander, saying, "The prisoner Paul called me and asked me to bring this boy to you because he has something to tell you." (Acts 23, 18)

  • Paul was called in and Tertullus accused him in this way: (Acts 24, 2)

“Quando a videira se separa da estaca que a sustenta, cai, e ao ficar na terra apodrece com todos os cachos que possui. Alerta, portanto, o demônio não dorme!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina