St. Victor the Moor

St. Victor the Moor was born in the third century in Mauretania, Africa. Born a Christian, he became a soldier in the Roman Praetorian Guard. During Maximian’s persecution of Christians, St. Victor was arrested in Milan. He was tortured and killed for his faith around the year 303. St. Victor the Moor is patron saint of Varese, Italy.

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.