Saint Valentine By lily garcia and brooke q

Saint valentine is the patron saint of lovers, young people, and happy marriage. He is also the patron saint of beekeepers and epilepsy. His feast day is February 14.

Saint valentine was born in 176 ad in Terni, Italy. Saint valentine was a priest and physician in Rome. Saint valentine was arrested for trying to convert people into Christianity. Judge asterius put valentines faith up to the test by asking him to restore sight to his blind daughter, which he accomplished. The judge promised to do anything for valentine. Valentine asked the judge to be baptized, so he did. He also freed all Christian inmates.

St. Valentine's cause of death was torture. He died on feast day, February 14, 273 AD, in Rome,Italy. St.Valentine's skull can be found in a basilica in Rome, surrounded by flowers. He was martyred during the reign of Claudius Gothicus.

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