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What is Saint Joshua the patron saint of?

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Saint Joshua was a "precongregation" saint, according to Wikipedia. This means there was no system for canonization at the time he lived and served as a disciple of God and a follower of Moses.

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According to the Official King James Online, Joshua is known for leading the Israelites into the promised land. Saint Joshua is recognized as a saint by virtue of having received a direct order from God by way of Moses and acting as the leader of the Israelites in their travels and in battle. Known as a saint for his works and not by canonization, his role as patron saint is interpreted differently among followers.

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