Painting from Mission Santa Inés
|Virgin and Martyr|
|Roman Catholic Church|
|Major shrine||Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels|
|Patronage||Los Angeles, California|
The remains of Vibiana were rediscovered on December 9, 1853 in ancient catacombs near the Appian Way. A marble tablet adorned her tomb upon which was inscribed "to the soul of the innocent and pure Vibiana", above a laurel wreath. A wreath was a symbol of martydom among ancient Christians.
- Turner, Dan. “Who Needs That Old Stuff Anyway?” Los Angeles Times August 6, 2007: A18.
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- Saint Vibiana at the Archdiocese of Los Angeles website
- Saint Vibiana, the Patron of Nobodies at the Cathedrals of California website
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