St Polieuctus of Caesarea – Feast Day – May 21

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St Polieuctus of Caesarea, also known as Polieuto, or Polieutto, was a Christian man who died as a martyr in Caesarea, Cappadocia (in modern-day Turkey). We celebrate his feast day on May 21 every year in the Catholic Church.

The Memorial of St. Polieuctus of Caesarea – Feast Day

St Polieuctus of Caesarea Biography

Country of Birth Turkey in Europe
Place of Work Turkey
Place of Death Caesarea, Cappadocia, Turkey
Feast Day May 21
Canonization Pre-Congregation
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Saint’s Biography

Saint Polieuctus of Caesarea was murdered for Christ’s sake because he refused to worship pagan gods.

Saint Polieuctus of Caesarea
St. Polieuctus of Caesarea

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