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Why an X cross?
Andrew was the brother of St. Peter, a fisherman, and an apostle of Jesus. According to tradition, Andrew sailed throughout Greece and Turkey spreading the Gospel. It is said that he was crucified on an X cross, called a “crux decussata”, which he requested because he felt unworthy to be crucified the same way as Christ. This is commonly known now as “St. Andrew’s Cross”.