Alexander, Saint \(Bishop of Comana\)
Alexander, Saint \(Bishop of Comana\)
Called 'The Charcoal Burner.' Made bishop of Comana at the recommendation of St. Gregory Thaumaturgus. St. Alexander was martyred in the Decian persecution

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