Saint Vitalis

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Saint Vitalis may refer to:

The following Italian saints:

  • Saint Vitalis of Milan (1st-2nd century), early Christian martyr
  • Saint Vitalis, martyred in 250 under the persecution of Decius, whose feast date is January 9
  • Saints Vitalis and Agricola (died c. 304), martyr at Bologna with Saint Agricola under Emperor Diocletian
  • Saint Vitalis (fl. 499), bishop of Fano
  • Saint Vitalis of Assisi (1295—1370), Italian hermit and monk

The following other saints:

San Vitale, the Italian name for Saint Vitalis, is also used to refer to churches devoted to one of them, notably the following famous ones:

The following are locations named San Vitale that are not churches: