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Some of Jesus's blood fell upon his eyes and he was healed. Upon this miracle Longinus believed in Jesus.
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The body of Longinus is said to have been lost twice, and that its second recovery was at Mantua in , together with the Holy Sponge stained with Christ's blood, wherewith it was told—extending Longinus' role—that Longinus had assisted in cleansing Christ's body when it was taken down from the cross.
The relic, corpules of alleged blood taken from the Holy Lance, enjoyed a revived cult in late 13th century Bologna under the combined impetus of the Grail romances, the local tradition of eucharistic miracles, the chapel consecrated to Longinus, the Holy Blood in the Benedictine monastery church of Sant'Andrea, [ citation needed ] and the patronage of the Bonacolsi. The relics are said to have been divided and then distributed to Prague and elsewhere, with the body taken to the Basilica of Sant'Agostino in Rome. However, official guides of the Basilica do not mention the presence of any tomb associated with Saint Longinus.
It is also said that the body of Longinus was found in Sardinia ; Greek sources assert that he suffered martyrdom in Gabala, Cappadocia. His feast day is kept on 16 October in the Roman Martyrology , which mentions him, without any indication of martyrdom, in the following terms: "At Jerusalem, commemoration of Saint Longinus, who is venerated as the soldier opening the side of the crucified Lord with a lance". The Eastern Orthodox Church commemorates him on 16 October. In the Armenian Apostolic Church, his feast is commemorated on 22 October.
A spearpoint fragment said to be from the Holy Lance is also conserved in the Basilica. Longinus and his legend are the subject of the Moriones Festival held during Holy Week on the island of Marinduque , the Philippines. Saint Longinus in Bom Jesus do Monte. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Roman soldier.