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Justinian of Ramsey Island

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St. Justinian's decapitated body rose and took the head in its arms and descended to the sea shore. Walking across the water, it came to the port named after the saint, which is today a lifeboat station, and to the church now dedicated in his name: Llanstinian, near Fishguard. The saint's [[relics]] are now contained in a shrine behind the high [[altar]] of [[St. David's Cathedral (St. David's, Wales)]], along with those of Saint David.
[[Category:Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Saints]][[Category:Saints of the British Isles]]

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