St. Irenaeus and Mustiola
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Two martyrs executed in Tuscany, Italy, during the reign of Aurelian. Irenaeus was a deacon and Mustiola was a noblewoman. They were put to death for giving aid to martyrs. Irenaeus was arrested for burying the martyred Felix of Sutri and was slain before Mustiola's eyes. She was beaten to death with a club after spurning the advances of a local magistrate.
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