Frutuosi, Auguri na Euloji
- The text documents the following details. St. Fructuosus, and his deacons were just going to bed when they were arrested. They were examined, at which point they affirmed their belief in the Christian God. They were then sentenced to be burnt. Officers were posted to prevent any sort of disturbance breaking out. They were not completely successful, though, and near the gate of the amphitheatre some of the Christians were able to get close to Fructuosus, and one of them asked him for his prayers. St. Fructuosus replied, in a voice loud enough for everyone to hear, "I am bound to bear in mind the whole universal Church from east to west." He then added some words of consolation and encouragement to the assembled. As the flames rose and enveloped the martyrs, they stretched out their arms, praying to their God until they died.
- Henry Wace, A Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature: s.v. "Fructuosus"
- Martyrologium Romanum
- Attwater, Donald, and Catherine Rachel John. The Penguin Dictionary of Saints. 3rd edition. New York: Penguin Books, 1993. ISBN|0-14-051312-4.
Viungo vya njeEdit
- Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Fructuosus
- Saint of the Day, January 21
- Henry Wace, A Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature: "Fructuosus" Archived Machi 3, 2016 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Sts. Fructuosus, Augurius and Eulogius – A Bishop and His Two Deacons, Martyrs": excerpts of Prudentius' hymn
- Butler's Lives of the Saints: St. Fructuosus, Bishop of Tarragona, Martyr, pg. 137
- St. Fructuosis of Tarragona, Spain. Orthodox Church in America.
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