Felix of Nola, Saint
Felix of Nola, Saint
Third-century confessor. Possibly the same as St. Felix of Nola, bishop and martyr

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  • Felix of Nola — For other people named Felix, see that article. Saint Felix of Nola (died 255) was the elder son of Hermias, a Syrian soldier who had retired to Nola, Italy. After his father s death, Felix sold off most of his property and possessions, gave the… …   Wikipedia

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  • St. Felix of Nola —     St. Felix of Nola     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Felix of Nola     Born at Nola, near Naples, and lived in the third century. After his father s death he distributed almost all his goods amongst the poor, and was ordained priest by Maximum …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Paulinus of Nola — Saint Paulinus of Nola Bishop of Nola, Italy Born 354 AD Bordeaux, France Died …   Wikipedia

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  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Nola — The Diocese of Nola is a Roman Catholic diocese in Italy, with its seat in the ancient city Nola. The diocese is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Naples. The ancient Christian memories of Nola are connected with the neighboring Cimitile …   Wikipedia

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  • Felix — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Felix imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = Male meaning = lucky or successful region = origin = Latin related names = footnotes = Felix (Latin for happy or lucky ) is a male given name and the name of many …   Wikipedia

  • Felix and Adauctus — Infobox Saint name= Saints Felix and Adauctus birth date= death date= 303 AD feast day= August 30 venerated in= Roman Catholic Church imagesize= 250px caption= The Glorification of St Felix and St Adauctus . Carlo Innocenzo Carlone. birth place=… …   Wikipedia

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