Dictionary of Saintly Women – Saint Acuta (3)


Saint Acuta (3), May 6, Martyr at Milan, supposed in the time of Maximian. Mentioned this day, among many others, in the manuscript Martyrology of Eptornac and others. Saint Ambrose, bishop of Milan (4th century), in a sermon on the festival of Saints Nazarius and Celsus, says, “Other cities boast if they have the relics of one Martyr, but Milan possesses a population of Martyrs.”

MLA Citation

  • Agnes B C Dunbar. “Saint Acuta”. A Dictionary of Saintly Women, 1904. CatholicSaints.Info. 24 September 2012. Web. 24 January 2019. <http://catholicsaints.info/dictionary-of-saintly-women-acuta-3/>