Felix of Girona

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Felix of Girona
Born Scillium
Died31 August 304 AD
Girona, Spain
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church
Feast 1 August

Saint Felix of Girona (Catalan : Sant Feliu) (died 304) is a Catalan saint. He was martyred at Girona after traveling from Carthage with Saint Cucuphas to Spain as a missionary.

Felix was born in Scillium. His feast day is celebrated on 1 August.

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