St. Genesius, Sterling Silver Medal
Medal, available in 2 sizes with or without chain.
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St. Genesius was the leader of a theatrical group, he was comedian making fun of Christian Baptism and performed in Rome during the 4th Century. During a comedy act one day performed before the Emperor Diocletian, Genesius pretended to receive the Sacrament of Baptism. When the water was poured on him, suddenly he announced himself a Christian. Enraged, Diocletian had him tortured, when Genesius persisted in his faith he was beheaded.
Feast Day: August 25
Patron Saint of: actors, epilepsy, printers, secretaries, stenographers, theatrical performers, musicians