Saint Felicity

Saint Felicity can refer to:

*Felicity of Rome (Felicity of Rome)
*Felicity (Felicitas), martyred with Perpetua at Carthage


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  • Felicity (given name) — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Felicity imagesize=200px caption=Saint Felicity of Rome, a second century saint, inspired use of the name Felicity. pronunciation= gender = female meaning = happiness region = nickname = Flick, Fliss, Lissie… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Christina of Persia — also Martyr Christina of Persia is venerated as a Christian martyr of the 6th century. Her feast day is on 13 March, and the Roman Martyrology describes her as follows: In Persia, Saint Christina, martyr, who was flogged with rods and concluded… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Saturninus — may refer to:*Saturninus (died c. 203), companion of Saints Perpetua and Felicity, martyred in Carthage, feast day: 7 March *Saturnin of Toulouse (died c. 257), first bishop of Toulouse, France, feast day: 29 November *Saturninus (died c. 303),… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Companions — There are a number of people venerated as saints within the Christian Church who are named only as Companions of another named saint. The following is an incomplete list of examples:*Saints Perpetua and Felicity and Companions *Saints Donnan and… …   Wikipedia

  • Patron Saint of Barren Women — Felicity …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Perpetua and Felicity — Infobox Saint name=Saints Perpetua and Felicitas birth date= death date=7 March 202 or 203 feast day=7 March (6 March from 1908 to 1969) venerated in=Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Churches, Oriental Orthodox Churches, Anglican Communion …   Wikipedia

  • Felec of Cornwall — Saint Felec or Felix of Cornwall was an obscure 5th or 6th century British saint active in the country s south western peninsula. Saint Felix was said to have had the miraculous gift of being able to communicate with lions, cats, and other feline …   Wikipedia

  • Santa Felicita, Florence — Church of Saint Felicity of Rome (Chiesa di Santa Felicita) West front of Santa Felicita behind Vasari Corridor. Basic information Location Florence, Italy Geographic coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • Calendar of saints (Church of the Province of Melanesia) — The calendar of saints and commemorations in the Church of the Province of Melanesia (the Anglican Church in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu) is a continually developing list. Both old and new, universal and local saints and worthies are… …   Wikipedia

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