Secundus of Asti - Veneration

Veneration

The codex called the Codice della Catena depicts Saints Octavius, Adventor, Solutor, Maximus of Turin, John the Baptist, and Secundus of Asti. Bernardo Strozzi painted his St Secundus and Angel around 1640.

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    Erasmus was the light of his century; others were its strength: he lighted the way; others knew how to walk on it while he himself remained in the shadow as the source of light always does. But he who points the way into a new era is no less worthy of veneration than he who is the first to enter it; those who work invisibly have also accomplished a feat.
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