Saint Agnes (disambiguation)
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Saint Agnes of Rome (291–304) is a virgin–martyr, the patron saint of chastity, feasted on 21 January.
Saint Agnes or St Agnes may also refer to:
- Agnes of Assisi (1197/1198–1253), abbess of the Poor Ladies, feast day 16 November
- Agnes of Bohemia (1211–1282), also known as Agnes of Prague, feast day 2 March
- Agnes of Montepulciano (1268–1317), feast day 20 April
- St Agnes, Isles of Scilly, England
- St Agnes, Cornwall, England
- St Agnes, Avon, England, see List of places in Avon
- St Agnes, South Australia, Australia
- St Agnes Place, a formerly-squatted street in London, England
- Sainte-Agnès, Alpes-Maritimes, in southern France
- St. Agnes' Academy (Legazpi), Philippines
- St. Agnes School (Jefferson, Louisiana)
- Saint Agnes High School (Saint Paul, Minnesota)
- St. Agnes School, Albany, New York, a school founded in 1870 and merged in 1975 into the Doane Stuart School, Rensselaer, New York
- St. Agnes School (Lake Placid, New York), a school in Lake Placid, New York
- St. Agnes Academy-St. Dominic School, Memphis, Tennessee
- Saint Agnes Academy (Texas), Houston, Texas
- Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, Roman Catholic religious order
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