The "Penitent or Good Thief" is believed to have been crucified next to Jesus

The "Penitent or Good Thief" is believed to have been crucified next to Jesus

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The Penitent Thief, also known as the Good Thief or the Thief on the Cross, is one of two unnamed persons mentioned in the Gospel of Luke as being crucified alongside Jesus. Unlike the other, the Impenitent Thief, the Penitent Thief is recorded as asking Jesus to "remember him" when Jesus "came into" his kingdom. He is given the name "Dismas" in the Gospel of Nicodemus and, though not formally canonized by the Catholic Church, is venerated in some Catholic traditions as "St. Dismas" [1] (sometimes "Dysmas", or, in Spanish and Portuguese, "Dimas"). Other traditions have bestowed other names: In the Arabic First Infancy Gospel, he is called "Titus" (and the impenitent thief "Dumachus").

In Coptic Orthodox tradition, he is named "Demas" by the Narrative of Joseph of Arimathea.[2][3]

In the Codex Colbertinus, he is named "Zoatham".[citation needed]

In Russian Orthodox tradition, he is named "Rakh".[4]