Donatus, Romulus, Secundian, and 86 Companions
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|Saints Donatus, Romulus, Secundian, and 86 Companions|
|Died||c. 304, Porto Gruaro|
Donatus, Romulus, Secundian, and 86 Companions (died c. 304) were a group of Christians who were martyred at Gruaro (at the time called Concordia), near Venice, during the Diocletian persecution. Their feast day is celebrated on February 17.
- St. Donatus Catholic Online. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
- Saint of the Day, February 17: Donatus, Secundian, Romulus, & Comp. at SaintPatrickDC.org
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