Saint Agnes was martyred in Rome.
Saint Agnes chose to die rather than lose her virginity.
Yes, Agnes died as a martyr and a virgin.
Because she believed in God, when it was illegal, Saint Agnes was sentenced to death. Her head was cut off because she believed in the Lord.
Agnes is not a patron saint at this time.
Saint Agnes was never married.
Agnes is a saint but is not currently a patron saint.
Saint Agnes of Assisi was the younger sister of Saint Clare of Assisi.
The Saint Agnes School was created in 1917.
Saint Agnes spent her short life in or around Rome.
There is a Saint Agnes but no Saint Agnolo.
Saint Agnes Episcopal Church was created in 1888.
Mount Saint Agnes College was created in 1890.
Saint Agnes of Rome is the patron saint of lambs and young girls.
Saint Agnes of Rome was 12 or 13 years old when she was executed.
No, it was St. Agnes of Assisi who was St. Clare's sister.
I can find no reference to a saint named St. Agnes of Monte Perdido.
No, Agnes was a professed virgin.
St. Agnes is believed to have been martyred around the year 305, and is believed to have been 13 years of age.
Saint Inez or Saint Ines
Saint Agnes Academy - Texas - was created in 1906.
Agnes is best known for her purity.
St. Agnes died as a martyr - considered automatic sainthood by the early Christian community.
Saint Agnes was born in 292 A.D. and died in 304 A.D., at the age of twelve.
St. Agnes is a perfect role model for girls. She chose to die rather than lose her purity and her faith in Jesus. Another similar saint that makes a great role model for girls would be St. Maria Goretti, an almost "modern" saint who chose to die rather than lose her virginity to a rapist.