Saint Pollio

Saint Pollio
Died 3rd century
Cybalae (present-day Vinkovci, Croatia)
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Feast April 27, April 28

Saint Pollio of Cybalae (3rd century) is venerated as a Christian martyr who was executed for his faith during the persecutions of Emperor Diocletian.[1] He was a lector in the city of Cybalae (present-day Vinkovci, Croatia) in the Roman province of Pannonia.[1]

He suffered interrogation from the prefect Probus and refused to abjure his faith; he was put to death outside of the city walls.[2]


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