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

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St. Agnes lived in Rome.


Agnes of Rome was neither beatified nor canonized as the processes did not exist at the time she died. She was proclaimed a saint by the early Christian community based on her martyrdom.


Agnes was born in Rome, Italy.


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St. Agnes died about the year 304.


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


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Agnes of Rome was a Roman citizen.


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


Yes, Agnes was always a Catholic.


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


Agnes was from Rome in what today is known as Italy.


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


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


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She was canonized on May 24, 1925, by Pope Pius XI, in Rome.


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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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.


St. Clare had two younger sisters named Agnes and Beatrice.


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


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Agnes of Rome died in 304.



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