Saint Agnes lived in Rome, the child of Christian parents. She dedicated herself to a life of virginity for the sake of Christ, and refused the proposal of the son of a Roman official. After confessing Christ, she was arrested, tortured, thrown into the fire, and finally beheaded in the year 305. She was buried outside of Rome by her parents, and her grave became known as a place of miracles.
Saint Agnes is commemorated on January 14 or 21.
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