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St. Protus and Hyacinth

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Feastday: September 11
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Martyred brothers. Traditionally thought to be Romans, they were servants in the house of St. Philip who were arrested and executed for being Christians. The main source for details on their martyrdoms, their acts, is considered very unreliable, although the relics of St. Hyacinth, known to be entirely authentic, were found in 1845 in the cemetery of St. Basilla, Rome. This cult is now confined to local calendars.

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