Charbel (martyr)

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Saint Charbel
Venerated inEastern Catholic Churches, Eastern Orthodox, and Roman Catholic Church
Feast5 September

Saint Charbel (died 107 AD) is an early 2nd-century Christian martyr venerated by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. He was killed during the Persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Trajan.[1] His life is described in the 5th-century Acts of Sharbel.