Saints Digna and Emerita (died 259 AD) are venerated as saints by the Catholic Church. They were martyred at Rome. Their feast day is celebrated on September 22. Their relics are said to lie at the church of San Marcello al Corso, in Rome, although it is recorded that on April 5, 838, a monk named Felix appeared at Fulda with the remains of Saints Cornelius, Callistus, Agapitus, Georgius, Vincentius, Maximus, Cecilia, Eugenia, Digna, Emerita, and Columbana.

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  • Saints Digna and Emerita (died 259 AD) are venerated as saints by the Catholic Church. They were martyred at Rome. Their feast day is celebrated on September 22. Their relics are said to lie at the church of San Marcello al Corso, in Rome, although it is recorded that on April 5, 838, a monk named Felix appeared at Fulda with the remains of Saints Cornelius, Callistus, Agapitus, Georgius, Vincentius, Maximus, Cecilia, Eugenia, Digna, Emerita, and Columbana. (en)
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  • Saints Digna and Emerita (died 259 AD) are venerated as saints by the Catholic Church. They were martyred at Rome. Their feast day is celebrated on September 22. Their relics are said to lie at the church of San Marcello al Corso, in Rome, although it is recorded that on April 5, 838, a monk named Felix appeared at Fulda with the remains of Saints Cornelius, Callistus, Agapitus, Georgius, Vincentius, Maximus, Cecilia, Eugenia, Digna, Emerita, and Columbana. (en)
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