Agnes of Rome

291 AD - 304 AD

Agnes of Rome is a virgin martyr, venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, and Eastern Orthodox Church. St. Agnes is one of several virgin martyrs commemorated by name in the Canon of the Mass.
She is, among other patrocinies, a patron saint of virgins, girls and chastity. Saint Agnes' feast day is 21 January.
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“Christ has made my soul beautiful with the jewels of grace and virtue. I belong to Him Whom the Angels serve.”

Agnes of Rome
291 AD - 304 AD
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