Saint Sabinus - Bishop of Spoleto and Martyr (303).
Saint Sabinus, with his deacons, and several other members of his clergy who were worthy of their sacred mandate, were apprehended in Assisi for revolt and thrown into prison by Venustianus, Governor of Etruria and Umbria. He was beaten so cruelly that on December 303. A basilica was later built at the site of the bishop’s tomb, and a number of monasteries in Italy were consecrated under his illustrious name.
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