Saint Andrew is honored with the title of Protoclete or “first-called”. He was a disciple of John the Baptist, when John pointed to Jesus saying “Behold the Lamb of God!” from then on he followed Jesus. Peter, his younger brother and Andrew were fishing, when Jesus called them telling them that they would be “fishers of men”. Andrew brought to Jesus’ attention the boy with the loaves and fishes when they were multiplied. He was present at the Last Supper and preached the Gospel in Greece and Turkey. He was crucified at Patras, bound to an X-shaped cross.