Alexander, Saint \(Of Cappadocia and Jerusalem\)
Alexander, Saint \(Of Cappadocia and Jerusalem\)
Alexander, Bishop of Cappadocia, imprisoned for his faith, served as coadjutor to the Bishop of Jerusalem. Exiled and again imprisoned, Alexander was tortured and died in prison in 251

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