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St. Gordian and Epimachus

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Feastday: May 10
Death: 362
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Two martyrs sharing the same feast. Gordian died in Rome in 362, and was described by Pope Damasus as a mere boy. Epimachus was a martyr of Alexandria, Egypt, in 250. His relics were brought to Rome, and those of Gordian were placed in his tomb. This cult is now confined to local calendars.

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