Thursday, 30 July 2015

Saint Abdon And Saint Sennen. Martyrs. Feast Day 30 July.


Text from The Saint Andrew Daily Missal,
unless otherwise stated.

SS. Abdon and Sennen.
Martyrs.
Feast Day 30 July.

Simple.

Red Vestments.



Saint Sennen Church,
Sennen, Cornwall, England.
Photo: 5 November 2008.
Source: Own work.
Author: Andrewrabbott.
(Wikimedia Commons)

Saint Sennen's Church is a Parish Church, of The Church of England,
located in Sennen, Cornwall, England. 
The Church is Mediaeval. It is known as the
Parish Church of Land's End, Cornwall, and the Patron is The Duke of Cornwall.
(Wikipedia)


Saints Abdon and Sennen, born in Persia, "were arrested and taken to Rome under the Emperor Decius. They were scourged with cords, weighted with lead, and beheaded" (Roman Martyrology). This was in the middle of the 3rd-Century (254 A.D.)

Mass: Intret.



Saint Sennen Church,
Sennen, Cornwall, England.
Illustration: SENNEN COVE



Interior of Saint Sennen Church,
Sennen, Cornwall, England.
Illustration: SENNEN COVE

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