Saint Quentin - Apostle and Martyr (287).
Saint Quentin was a Roman, descended from a senatorial family. Full of zeal for the kingdom of Jesus, he left his country and went into Gaul, accompanied by eleven other apostles sent from Rome. They separated to extend their campaign of evangelization to the various regions of France. Saint Quentin remained at Amiens. His death occurred on October 31, 287.
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