St. Sabinus

St. Sabinus lived in the third century. He was the Christian governor of a place in Egypt called Hermopolis. St. Sabinus was arrested during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. A beggar St. Sabinus had helped was the one who turned him in. St. Sabinus died for his faith around 287 along with six other Christians.

Catholic Review

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