St. Leo of Catania, nicknamed the Thaumaturgus, also known as St. Leo the Wonderworker in Sicily (May 703 or 709 – 20 February 789), was the fifteenth bishop of Catania, famed also for his love and care toward the poor. His feast day occurs on 20 February, the day of his death in which he is venerated as a saint both by Roman Catholics and by the Orthodox Church. He lived in the lapse of time between the reigns of the Emperors Justinian II and Constantine VI. He struggled especially against the paganism and sorcery still prevalent in Byzantine Sicily.
St. Leo Of Catania
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