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Saint Prosper of Reggio (Italian: San Prospero; died June 25, c. 466) is an Italian saint. Tradition holds that he was a bishop of Reggio Emilia for twenty-two years. Little is known of his life, but documents attest that he was indeed bishop of Reggio Emilia in the fifth century. Remembered for his sense of charity, he is the patron saint of Reggio Emilia, although its cathedral is not dedicated to him. Instead, the church of San Prospero, which Prosper himself had built and dedicated to Saint Apollinaris, commemorates his episcopate. He died at Reggio Emilia.

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  • Próspero de Reggio
  • Prosper of Reggio
  • Prospero di Reggio Emilia
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  • San Próspero de Reggio (f. 25 de junio de 466) es un santo italiano. La tradición lo sitúa como obispo de Reggio Emilia durante 22 años. Se conoce poco de su vida, pero documentos atestiguan que realmente fue obispo de Reggio Emilia en el siglo V. Recordado por su sentido de la caridad, es patrón de Reggio Emilia, aunque su catedral no está dedicada a él. De hecho, la iglesia de San Próspero, que él propio santo se encargó de construir está dedicada a San Apolinar, conmemorando su episcopado. Murió en Reggio Emilia.
  • Saint Prosper of Reggio (Italian: San Prospero; died June 25, c. 466) is an Italian saint. Tradition holds that he was a bishop of Reggio Emilia for twenty-two years. Little is known of his life, but documents attest that he was indeed bishop of Reggio Emilia in the fifth century. Remembered for his sense of charity, he is the patron saint of Reggio Emilia, although its cathedral is not dedicated to him. Instead, the church of San Prospero, which Prosper himself had built and dedicated to Saint Apollinaris, commemorates his episcopate. He died at Reggio Emilia.
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  • 466-1-1
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  • Prosper of Reggio
  • Saint Prosper of Reggio
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  • Bishop of Reggio Emilia
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  • San Próspero de Reggio (f. 25 de junio de 466) es un santo italiano. La tradición lo sitúa como obispo de Reggio Emilia durante 22 años. Se conoce poco de su vida, pero documentos atestiguan que realmente fue obispo de Reggio Emilia en el siglo V. Recordado por su sentido de la caridad, es patrón de Reggio Emilia, aunque su catedral no está dedicada a él. De hecho, la iglesia de San Próspero, que él propio santo se encargó de construir está dedicada a San Apolinar, conmemorando su episcopado. Murió en Reggio Emilia.
  • Saint Prosper of Reggio (Italian: San Prospero; died June 25, c. 466) is an Italian saint. Tradition holds that he was a bishop of Reggio Emilia for twenty-two years. Little is known of his life, but documents attest that he was indeed bishop of Reggio Emilia in the fifth century. Remembered for his sense of charity, he is the patron saint of Reggio Emilia, although its cathedral is not dedicated to him. Instead, the church of San Prospero, which Prosper himself had built and dedicated to Saint Apollinaris, commemorates his episcopate. He died at Reggio Emilia.
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  • Reggio Emilia
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  • Book; model of Reggio Emilia; episcopal dress
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  • Giovanni Soncini, The Virgin Mary with the Baby Jesus, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, and Saint Prosper, 16th century.
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