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Felicitas of Padua

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Felicitas of Padua

Saint Felicitas of Padua
Died Ninth century
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church
Feast March 26
The Basilica of Saint Justina, Padua, where Saint Felicitas' relics now reside.

Felicitas of Padua is a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. She lived in the ninth century, and was a nun in Padua, probably at the convent of Saints Cosmas and Damian.[1] Her relics are now in the Basilica of Saint Justina, Padua.[2]


  1. ^ Matthew Bunson, Margaret Bunson and Stephen Bunson, Our Sunday Visitor's encyclopedia of saints (ISBN 978-1931709750), p. 315.
  2. ^ March 26

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