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SS. MARCELLUS AND APULEIUS, MM., AT ROME

FAMOUS in ancient Martyrologies, honored with a mass in pope Gelasius’s Sacramentary published by cardinal Thomasius. The emperor Lewis II. in 872, received their relics from the pope, which his wife Angilberga bestowed on the nunnery which she founded at Placentia in Italy, in which city these martyrs are honored with singular devotion.








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