• Saint Afra - Roman Catholic Saints

      www.roman-catholic-saints.com/saint-afra.html Saint Afra was a citizen of Augsburg, in Bavaria. It is believed that she, together with her mother and entire family, was converted by the holy bishop, Saint Narcissus.
    • Saint Afra - Languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:MobileLanguages/Saint_Afra Saint Afra is available in 13 languages. Return to Saint Afra. Languages. العربية; català; čeština; Deutsch; français; Bahasa Indonesia; italiano ...
    • Catholic Encyclopedia – Saint Afra | CatholicSaints.Info

      catholicsaints.info/catholic-encyclopedia-saint-afra Catholic Encyclopedia entry for Saint Afra ... Article. Martyr. The city of Augusta Vindelicorum (the present Augsburg) was situated in the northern part of the Roman ...
    • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Afra - New Advent

      www.newadvent.org/cathen/01180b.htm St. Afra. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers, Summa, Bible ...
    • Afra, Saint | Catholic Answers

      www.catholic.com/encyclopedia/afra-saint Afra, Saint. Saint and Martyr, beheaded at Augsburg during the persecution of Diocletian (c. 304) view scan. Saint and Martyr. The city of Augusta Vindelicorum (the ...
    • St. Afra - CatholiCity

      www.catholicity.com/encyclopedia/a/afra,saint.html St. Afra. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. MARTYR. The city of Augusta Vindelicorum (the present Augsburg) was situated in the northern part of the Roman province of ...
    • St. Afra - Saint Wiki

      www.saintwiki.com/index.php There are extant certain Acts of the martyrdom of St. Afra (Acta SS., II, August, 39 sqq.; ed. Krusch in Mon. Germ. Hist.; SS. RR. Merovingic., III, 56 sqq.), ...