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St. Agnes died about the year 304.

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St. Agnes died in the year 304 and the feast is celebrated on January 21.In Rome.

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Click this linkfor a biography of St. Agnes of Rome.

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The lamb, a symbol of purity, is the symbol of St. Agnes.

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Agnes of Rome was a Roman citizen.

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

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St. Agnes died in the year 304.

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

St. Agnes was beheaded and burned, or tortured and stabbed to death, or stabbed in the throat (sources vary) on 21 January 254 or 304 in Rome.

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Yes, Agnes died as a martyr and a virgin.

St. Agnes is not noted as a miracle worker. She is known for being a young woman who would rather die than reject her Christian faith and lose her virginity. She is known for being a martyr for Our Lord.

Little Agnes chose to die rather than renounce her Christian beliefs and vow of chastity. She makes a wonderful role model for young people today.

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

St. Agnes of Rome is also known as St. Ines or Santa Ines in Spanish.

St. Agnes was declared a saint by the early Church long before the official canonization process was put into place. She was never canonized.

She show her faith by dying for it as a martyr.

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