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Step 1: Write a description of requirements for the English Language Arts research project on a saint.

Step 2: Write a description of the required sources of information. Make a list of places to look for information.

Step 3: Make a list of possible saints. Which sounds the most interesting? Explain why. What do you already know about the saint. Decide on a saint.

Information Seeking Strategies: Find one credible, valid source of information about Catholic saints on the Internet. Describe the process you followed to find and to determine if the source was credible.

I'm going to do a 5 paragraph Essay and a Bibliography.

The Site I am going to use for looking for my saints is►

The Saints that I am doing is,
  1. The saint i want to do the most is Saint Luke.

Feast day:October 18
Patron: Physicians and Surgeons

A picture of saint Luke ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓
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If you look to the bottom right corner, you can see the ox and you can see saint Luke drawing the picture.

Saint Luke,

Early Life:
  • born a Greek and a Gentile. (Catholic online)
  • Some Scholars argued that saint Luke was a slave. (catholic online)
  • He was born in Antioch, Syria.

  • Luke is the only Gentile to have written books in the Bible. (St. Luke Biography)
  • It is said he was baptized a few years after Jesus' death and resurrection by some of the first missionaries. (Saints a Visual Guide)
  • Luke was a doctor. (Saints and Angels)

  • writer of the third Gospels and Acts of the Apostles. (Catholic online)
  • symbol is the ox and is always holding a book. (factmonster, Saints and Angels)
  • St Luke is the patron saint of:
    Capena, Italy
    glass makers
    gold workers
    Hermersdorf, Germany
    lace workers
    stained glass workers
    unmarried men (St. Luke Biography)
  • Luke was a comrade of Paul's. ( St. Luke Biography)
  • Luke went with Paul to Rome, Italy when because of bad weather, the ship broke up. (Saints and Angels)
  • Saint Luke was known as the best writer of the Gospels. (Saints a Visual Guide)
  • St. Luke died a peaceful death in Boeotia in ancient Greece. (St. Luke Biography)


"Biography of St. Luke." About St Lukes Life. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.

There is a lot of information in this site. The site that this is from has a lot more saints and other people and things also

"Saint Luke." Luke, Saint. Fact Monster, 2012. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
This website is good because there is a lot of information on what or who you would be looking up for. They will give you facts on a lot of things.

Roberts, Beverly J. "Saint Luke." Luke, Saint. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
This website is really good because there is a bunch of information and there are pictures also.