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Saints who were Martyrs – page 13

Profiled Saints, Beati and Venerables

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  • “Saints who were Martyrs – page 13“. CatholicSaints.Info. 10 July 2017. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

Saints who were Martyrs – page 12

Profiled Saints, Beati and Venerables

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MLA Citation

  • “Saints who were Martyrs – page 12“. CatholicSaints.Info. 10 July 2017. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

Saints who were Martyrs – page 11

Profiled Saints, Beati and Venerables

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MLA Citation

  • “Saints who were Martyrs – page 11“. CatholicSaints.Info. 10 July 2017. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

My Bible History

Martyrs of 20 April

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There is an old Eastern tradition that these saints converted after watching the martyrdom of Saint George, but all we know for sure is that these are the names of yet more early Christians murdered for their faith. We know the names of these martyrs, but nothing more –

Canonized

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MLA Citation

  • “Martyrs of 20 April“. CatholicSaints.Info. 3 May 2017. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

A Garner of Saints, by Allen Banks Hinds, M.A.

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Martyrs of Nicomedia

Memorial

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A group of eight Christians who were martyred together in the persecutions of Diocletian. They were killed, one a day in front of the survivors to increase the fear and dread, and to try to induce them to renounce Christianity. It did not work.

Died

  • strangled to death in 303 in Nicomedia, Bithynia (in modern Turkey)

Canonized

Additional Information

MLA Citation

  • “Martyrs of Nicomedia“. CatholicSaints.Info. 11 March 2017. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

Married People who were Monks, Nuns, Hermits or Hermitesses

Men Who Became Monks While Still Married

Women Who Became Nuns While Still Married

Men and Women Who Became Hermits or Hermitesses While Still Married

Breton Missionaries to Britain

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Collectively commemorates the lives and works of 48 hermits and monks who immigrated from Brittany to the British Isles to preach and found monasteries.

  • Alain of Armorica
  • Canna of Langanna
  • Caurdave of Wales
  • Coatman of Armorica
  • Conan of Armoria
  • Crallon of Langrallon
  • Cristiolus of Pembrokeshire
  • Cuvilan of Armorica
  • Dochdoui of Llandaff
  • Durdan of Armorica
  • Eithras of Dunoding
  • Elgude of Armorica
  • Flevin of Whitland
  • Gredifael of Whitland
  • Guindave of Enli
  • Henin of Enli
  • Iddoge of Llantrisant
  • Lechide of Arllechwedd
  • Leuddade of Enli
  • Lonion of Lanbadern-Vaur
  • Lynab of Llandaff
  • Lyvin of Wales
  • Mael of Enli
  • Mahelerve of Enli
  • Medrode of Armorica
  • Meigant of Armorica
  • Paternus III of Wales
  • Rhystide of Caerlleon
  • Sadwrn of Wales
  • Sulien of Armorica
  • Tangwn of Wales
  • Tanwg of Bardsey
  • Tathan of Llandathan
  • Tecwin of Armorica
  • Tegai of Armorica
  • Tetecho of Armorica
  • Teudrige of Armorica
  • Trillo of Llandrillo
  • Trinio of Armorica
  • Turoge of Armorica
  • Tydecho of Merionetshire
  • Tyvodige of Armorica

Canonized

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MLA Citation

  • “Breton Missionaries to Britain“. CatholicSaints.Info. 31 December 2016. Web. 18 August 2017. <>

Jesuit Martyrs of Japan