Felicula

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Saint Felicula
Saint Felicula tied to a pole and burnt, and later being Wellcome V0031952.jpg
Virgin and Martyr
Died 90
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Feast 13 June

Felicula (died 90 AD) was an early virgin martyr. She was the foster sister of Saint Petronilla. She was arrested after Petronilla refused to marry a Roman official. After Petronilla's death, Felicula had no food and water in prison. She was thrown into a sewer, where she eventually died. Saint Nicomedes recovered her body.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ St. Felicula information on Catholic Online
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