Saint Sabinus (303)

Saint Sabinus was a heroic Catholic Bishop who was martyred along with two of his deacons at Spoleto, in Italy, under the cruel Emperor Diocletian. His death began by having both his hands cut off, those consecrated hands which a short time before had been holding the Body of Jesus Christ in the Sacrifice of the Mass.

See also: Saint John Damascene

Related Books

Saint Sabinus before Venustian, preaching the gospel, by Pietro Lorenzetti (source)