St Eulogius of Cordoba (died 11 March 857) was the son of a senatorial family from Cordoba, Spain. He was well educated, a priest, and head of an ecclesiastical school. He worked to comfort and support Christian martyrs and their survivors during Islamic persecutions in Moorish occupied Spain. He was arrested several times for his faith, he wrote Exhortation to Martyrdom while during one of his imprisonments. Appointed to succeed the Archbishop of Toledo, Spain, but was never consecrated. Imprisoned after he gave shelter to Saint Leocritia of Cordoba, he preached the Gospel in court, then in front of the king’s counsel. St. Eulogius was beheaded on 11 March 857.
St. Eulogius of Cordoba
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