St. Felix of Nola, sometimes also called St. Felix martyr, (died ca. 260) was a Christian presbyter at Nola near Naples in Italy. He sold off his possessions to give to the poor, but was arrested and tortured for his Christian faith during the persecution of Roman Emperor Decius (r. 249–51). He was believed to have died a martyr’s death during the persecution of Decius or Valerian (ca. 253) but is now listed in the General Roman Calendar as a confessor of the faith, who survived his tortures.
St. Felix Of Nola
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