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Cleopas

(klē`ōpəs), in the New Testament, one of the two who met the risen Jesus on the way to Emmaus. Perhaps the same as CleophasCleophas
, in the New Testament, husband of one of the Marys who stood at the foot of the Cross. This is apparently Mary the mother of St. James the Less, but the father of James the Less is Alphaeus.
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This followed comments by ANC members from Uasin Gishu and other parties of Rift Valley region accused Osotsi and Kakamega Senator Cleopas Malala of disrespecting Mudavadi.
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Two people, Mary and Cleopas, walking along the road to Emmaus, are overwhelmed with sadness by the death and crucifixion of Jesus.
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Stories begin: Mary hears her name spoken in love; a wounded intruder breathes peace into a room full of fear; Cleopas and his companion encounter a mysterious stranger who breaks bread like that in their Emmaus home.
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Rolf's great-grandfather Cleopas Harris was a picture framer and photographer in Merthyr Tydfil in 1868.
Then one of them named Cleopas answered him, "Are you the only one visiting Jerusalem who does not know the things that have been happening these days?
Cleopas, some sort of relative of Christ's family, and another disciple, were walking this road and talking inevitably about the shattering events which had just happened: the horrific crucifixion, their probable peril as followers of Jesus, and now the reports of an empty tomb.