Protus and Hyacinth, Saints
Protus and Hyacinth, Saints
Martyrs in the Valerian persecution (257-259)

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  • Sts. Protus and Hyacinth —     Sts. Protus and Hyacinth     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Sts. Protus and Hyacinth     Martyrs during the persecution of Valerian (257 9). The day of their annual commemoration is mentioned in the Depositio Martyrum in the chronographia for 354… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hyacinth and Protus — Infobox Saint name=Saints Hyacinth and Protus birth date=3rd century AD death date=mid 3rd century AD feast day=September 11 venerated in=Roman Catholic Church; Coptic Church imagesize=150px caption= Saints Protus and Hyacinth birth place= death… …   Wikipedia

  • Hyacinth and Protus, Saints — • Martyrs in the Valerian persecution (257 259) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hyacinth — may refer to the following persons: * Hyacinth (mythology), divine hero in Greek mythology * Hyacinth and Protus (martyred 257 9), Christian saints * Saint Hyacinth (c.1185 1257), Polish priest, canonized 1594 * Hyacinth Mariscotti (Hyacintha,… …   Wikipedia

  • Hyacinth — f English form of the name borne in classical mythology by a beautiful youth (Hyakinthos in Greek, Hyacinthus in Latin) who was accidentally killed by Apollo and from whose blood sprang a flower bearing his name (not the modern hyacinth, but a… …   First names dictionary

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  • St. Hyacinth — can refer to:* Hyacinth and Protus (martyred 257 9), Christian saints * Saint Hyacinth (c.1185 1257), Polish priest, canonized 1594 * Hyacinth Mariscotti (Hyacintha, Giacinta), Italian female saint(see also San Jacinto, Saint Hyacinth in Spanish) …   Wikipedia

  • General Roman Calendar as in 1954 — The following is a list of the feast days of the General Roman Calendar as it was in 1954. It thus incorporates changes that were made by Pope Pius XI (1922 1939), such as the institution of the Feast of Christ the King, but not those made in… …   Wikipedia

  • General Roman Calendar of 1962 — This article lists the feast days of the General Roman Calendar as it was in 1962, following the reforms of Pope John XXIII introduced with his motu proprio [http://www.ecclesiacatholica.com/missale%20romanum/motu%20proprio%20rubricarum%20instruct… …   Wikipedia

  • Tridentine Calendar — The Tridentine Calendar is the calendar of saints to be honoured in the official liturgy of the Roman Rite during the course of the liturgical year. It was established in 1570 by Pope Pius V, when he implemented a decision of the Council of Trent …   Wikipedia

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