St Agatha Kim A-Gi is one of the lay catechists and catechumens who were imprisoned and beheaded on May 24 1839 at the Small West Gate, Seoul, South Korea together for the crime of being Christians. She is one of the Martyrs of Korea. We celebrate her feast day on May 24 every year in the Catholic Church.
|St Agatha Kim A-Gi Biography|
|Date of Birth||1787 AD|
|Place of Birth||South Korea in Asia|
|Place of Work||South Korea|
|Date of Death||May 24 1839|
|Place of Death||South Korea|
|Feast Day||May 24 or September 20|
|Beatification||Beatified by Pope Pius XI on July 5 1925|
|Canonization||By Pope John Paul II on May 6 1984|
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Saint Agatha Kim A-Gi was a married laywoman. She was Converted and, baptized while in jail for being around Christians. Agatha was beheaded on May 24 1839 at the Small West Gate, Seoul, South Korea.
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