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KemVictorinus, Victor, Nicephorus, Claudius, Serapion, and Papias of Kemet (251 A.D.), martyr. 31 Jan. Probably the same as Diodorus (I was burned alive), martyred with Victorinus, Victor the Ninivite, Ninivita, Nicoforus, Claudianus (I had my legs whacked off).
Dioscorus, Serapion (I was beheaded). Martyred in Kemet. Some confusion exists to actually where killed. 24 Feb., 27 April in some Menology, 25 Feb. in others. The Roman Martyrology lists says martyred at Diospoliset, 284 A.D.
Benedictine monk, called Theristus or "Harvester." He was of Calabrian lineage, born in Sicily. His mother was a slave of the Saracens. John escaped at a young age and became a monk. continue readingMore Saint of the Day
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By Marshall Connolly, (California Network)
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