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Lupercalia was popular and one of the few pagan holidays still celebrated years after Christianity was legalized in the Roman Empire. When Pope Gelasius came to power in the late fifth century he put an end to Lupercalia. Soon after, the Catholic church declared February 14 to be a day of feasts to celebrate the martyred Saint Valentine.
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Lupercalia was "clearly a very popular thing, even in an environment where the Christians are trying to close it down. Jack B. By some estimations there are over 10, saints , of which there are more than 30 Valentines and even a few Valentinas.
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Two Valentines stand out as likely candidates for the namesake saint, but neither dealt with matters of the heart. The two Valentines share many similarities, leading some researchers to wonder whether they were the same man.
Both Valentines were martyrs, put to death by the Roman Emperor Claudius in the third century. Both men were also said to have died on February 14, although years apart. The first Valentine was a priest who was arrested during the Roman persecutions of Christians. When brought before the emperor, Valentine refused to renounce his faith and as punishment was placed under house arrest. The head of the house holding Valentine challenged the priest to show the true power of God.
Soon, Valentine restored sight to a young blind girl and the whole house converted. Once word of the miracle and conversion reached the Emperor, Valentine was executed. The second priest, the Bishop Valentine of Terni, was also a miracle worker.
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Known for his ability to heal physical disabilities, a scholar sent for the bishop to heal his only son, who could not speak or straighten his body. After a night of prayer, the bishop healed the boy and the family, along with visiting scholars, convert to Christianity. Or, if you do, get it elsewhere. Right now I want to talk to you about your very reasonable heart.
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