Agape, S. (3)

3S. Agape, V. M. (1. Aug. al. 23. Juni). Die hl. Agape oder Charitas, Jungfrau und Martyrin, war eine Tochter der hl. Sophia, und Schwester der hhl. Fides und Spes (gr. Pistis und Elpis). S. S. Fides. 1858.

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