Augustine (d. 273), Saint: Black Catholic History Month

St. Augustine


From the tapestry of the walls of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Downtown Los Angeles, California. The tapestry reflects the diversity of the Catholic Church and Faith.

Augustine’s Feast Day is September 6, he is a Spanish Martyr with Sanctian and Beata. The Three Christians of Spain fled to Gual (Modern Day France). They were arrested and martyred near Sens.

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Source: Bunson, Matthew, Bunson, Margaret, Bunson, Stephen (1998). Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia of SAINTS. Huntington, Indiana: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division.

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