Ordained by Saint Felician of Foligno. Consecrated bishop of Terni, Italy by Pope Victor I, c.197. Noted evangelist, miracle worker and healer, he was much loved by his flock. Imprisoned, tortured, and beheaded by order of the prefect Placid Furius during the persecution of Aurelius. He was murdered in secret and at night to avoid riots and revenge by the people of Terni. Some scholars believe that he and Saint Valentine of Rome are the same person.
- on the Via Flaminia between Rome and Terni, Italy
- exhumed and re-interred outside the walls of Terni by his spiritual students
- Book of Saints, by the Monks of Ramsgate
- Martirologio Romano, 2005 edition
- Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia of Saints
- “Saint Valentine of Terni“. CatholicSaints.Info. 14 February 2009. Web. 4 September 2015. <>