New Catholic Dictionary – Saints Felix and Nabor


Martyrs (303), died Milan. According to tradition they were soldiers under Maximian Hercules, martyred for the faith. They are also said to have been companions of Saint Januarius of Mauretania. Saint Ambrose mentions them in his works, and a basilica was built in honor of them at Milan. Feast, Roman Calendar, 12 July.

MLA Citation

  • “Saints Felix and Nabor”. New Catholic Dictionary. 1 September 2013. Web. 25 December 2014. <>