Valerius of Saragossa
|Saint Valerius of Saragossa|
|Honored in||Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodox Church
(formerly January 28)
He was exiled to a place called Enet, near Barbastro, where Valerius died, and whence his relics were translated first to Roda, the head and arm being brought thence to Saragossa when that city had been reconquered. He may also have been killed at Saragossa.
- Catholic Encyclopedia (1913): Saragossa Retrieved 2012-03-07.
- Saint of the Day, January 22: Valerius of Saragossa at SaintPatrickDC.org
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