St. Thomas the Apostle
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Saint Thomas the Apostle was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus.
It may also refer to:
- St Thomas the Apostle (London), parish church in the City of London, destroyed in 1666
- St. Thomas the Apostle (parish), a large 3,700-acre (15 km2) civil parish in Devon, England
- St Thomas the Apostle Rural, a civil parish in east Cornwall, United Kingdom
- St. Thomas' Church (disambiguation), multiple churches with the name
- St. Thomas the Apostle College, a Roman Catholic secondary school for boys in Nunhead, London.
- St. Thomas the Apostle Minor Seminary, a preparatory seminary of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Faisalabad in Pakistan
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