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Feastday: November 22

Death: 1st century


Martyr with Apphia. A Christian in the city of Colossae, Phrygia, and he was the master of the runaway slave Onesimus mentioned in St. Paul's Letter to the Colossians. According to tradition, Philemon and his wife Apphia were stoned to death at Colossae by an anti-Christian mob. 


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