St. Justin the Philosopher

St. Justin the Philosopher was born around 100 in Palestine. He was a non-believer and philosopher who converted to Christianity when he was 30 years old after reading Scripture and seeing the great faith of the martyrs. He disputed non-believers and became a Christian apologist. St. Justin was beheaded for his faith in Rome around 165. He is patron saint of philosophers and apologists.

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.