Romanus Ostiarius

Infobox Saint
name= Saint Romanus Ostiarius
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death_date=circa 258
feast_day= August 9
venerated_in= Roman Catholic Church


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major_shrine= Relics in the churches of San Lorenzo and Santa Catarina dei Funari, Rome
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Saint Romanus Ostiarius is a legendary saint of the Catholic Church. His legend states that he was a soldier who converted to Christianity by the example of Saint Lawrence, who baptized Romanus after the soldier was imprisoned. He became a church ostiary in Rome and was later martyred.

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* [http://www.catholic-forum.com/saints/saintr1x.htm catholic-forum.com] Romanus Ostiarius
*CathEncy|wstitle=Sts. Romanus

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