St. Alban facts for kids
|Died||disputed: 22 June 209, c.251 or 304
Holywell Hill (formerly Holmhurst Hill), St Albans
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church; Anglican Communion; Eastern Orthodox Church|
|Major shrine||Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban|
|Attributes||Soldier with a very large cross and a sword|
|Patronage||converts, refugees, torture victims|
The bones of St. Alban were kept in a shrine in St. Albans Abbey. They were stolen during the 19th century. The town of St. Albans is named after him.
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The Anglican St Alban's Church in Copenhagen, Denmark
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