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Apostle Quartus

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Quartus (Greek: Κούαρτος, Kouartos) was a Christian who sent greetings to friends in Rome through Paul of Tarsus (Romans 16:23).

According to church tradition, he is known as Quartus of Berytus[1] and is numbered among the Seventy Disciples. He was Bishop of Beirut and suffered for the faith. He converted many to the Christian faith. His feast day is November 10.

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The New American Standard Bible translates Romans 16:23 as follows:

Gaius, host to me and to the whole church, greets you. Erastus, the city treasurer greets you, and Quartus, the brother.
—Romans 16:23

Although the literal translation of the Greek is that Quartus is "the" brother, most scholars interpret this as meaning that Quartus is a fellow believer, rather than a brother of Erastus.[2] Thus, some translations such as the NIV translate the phrase as "our brother Quartus".

If Paul wrote the Epistle to the Romans from Corinth, it would suggest that Quartus was a Corinthian.

Hymns

Troparion (Tone 3)[3]

Holy Apostles, Erastus, Olympas, Herodian, Sosipater, Quartus and Tertius,
entreat the merciful God,
to grant our souls forgiveness of transgressions.

Kontakion (Tone 2)

Illumined by divine light, O holy apostles,
you wisely destroyed the works of idolatry.
When you caught all the pagans you brought them to the Master
and taught them to glorify the Trinity.

Source: St. Nikolai Velimirovic, The Prologue from Ohrid

References

  • Derived with permission from OrthodoxWiki.

External links

  • OCA)
  • GOARCH)
  • The Holy Apostles Olympas, Erastus, Quartus, Herodion, Sosipater and Tertius (Prologue of Ohrid)
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