Also known as
formerly 16 September as listed in the Martyrologium Hieronymianum
confined to local calendars since 1969
Foster-sister of Saint Agnes of Rome. Catechumen. Went to pray at Saint Agnes's grave a few days after her sister's martyrdom. Confronted by an angry mob of pagans, she professed her faith and relationship to Agnes. Martyr.
stoned to death c.304 at Rome, Italy; buried in the cemetery at Via Nomentana; relics later translated to the Basilica of Saint Agnes
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