St. Thomas the Apostle Biography

One of the Twelve Apostles, St. Thomas or “Doubting Thomas” was initially skeptical about Jesus’ resurrection, but later proclaimed Jesus, “My Lord and My God.”
Synopsis
St. Thomas was born in Galilee Israel circa the 1st century. When he first heard of Jesus’ resurrection, he questioned it, earning him the nickname “Doubting Thomas.” As cited in John 20:28, he later proclaimed Jesus as “My Lord and my God” upon his resurrection. He spent the following years travelling and spreading the gospel. St. Thomas died on December 21, 72 in Mylapore, India.