1. (original name Saul) (died a.d. 67?); a Jew of Tarsus who became the Apostle of Christianity to the Gentiles: author of several Letters in the New Testament: his day is June 29
: also Saint Paul
3. Paul III(born Alessandro Farnese) 1468-1549; pope (1534-49)
4. Paul VI(born Giovanni Battista Montini) 1897-1978; pope (1963-78)
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