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No, it was St. Agnes of Assisi who was St. Clare's sister.

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Saint Agnes was martyred in Rome.


Agnes lived and died in Rome, Italy.


Saint Agnes spent her short life in or around Rome.


She is called Agnes of Rome, so she lived and was martyred in Rome, Italy


Their names are not known.I can find no documents listing the family of Agnes except that her foster-sister was Saint Emerentiana .The names of her parents are not known. However, they were from the Roman nobility.


Saint Agnes of Rome was 12 or 13 years old when she was executed.


She was executed in Rome.


Saint Agnes of Rome is the patron saint of lambs and young girls.


St. Agnes, the younger sister of St. Clare of Assisi is reported to be the patron saint of:affianced couplesbetrothed couplesbodily puritychastityChildren of MaryColegio Capranica of Romecropsengaged couplesgardenersGirl ScoutsgirlsManresa, Spainrape victimsRockville Centre, New York, diocese ofvirgins


Saint Clare of Assisi was canonized on September 26, 1255, by Pope Alexander IV in Rome.


The feast of St. Agnes of Rome is January 21.


Yes, Agnes died as a martyr and a virgin.


Saint Agnes was born in 292 A.D. and died in 304 A.D., at the age of twelve.


Saint Agnes of Rome is the patron saint of Girl Scouts.


The feast day of Saint Agnes of Rome is on January 21.


St. Agnes was only 12 or 13 when she died so I doubt if she worked. She did live in Rome, however.


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No, she was from Rome in central Italy.


She probably spoke Latin as she was from Rome.


St. Clare was canonized on September 26, 1255, by Pope Alexander IV, in Rome.


St. Clare of Assisi was canonized on September 26,1255, by Pope Alexander IV in Rome, Italy.


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The patron saints of chastity are Agnes of Rome and Thomas Aquinas


St. Agnes, virgin and martyr, was probably born in Rome between the years 240-250.


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