Titus was a Greek who accompanied Paul to Jerusalem at the time of Pentecost. Later in Paul's writings, we see him in Ephesus, Corinth, Macedonia, Dalmatia, and Crete; among other locales.
At one point, he was chosen to look after a difficult situation in Corinth, thus indicating that Paul considered him a capable, wise, and diplomatic Christian leader.
Crete is an island, also known as Candia, southeast of Greece, on the border between the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. It is approximately 150 miles long and 7 to 30 miles wide. Although mountainous, its valleys were fertile and populou
The nucleus of the Church in Crete most-likely consisted of the Cretans who were at Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost.
It is traditionally thought that Titus became the bishop of Crete, and lived a peaceable life there, dying at an advanced age.