Tuesday, January 21, 2020

St. Agnes

St. Agnes (Feast Day: January 21) was a young girl from Rome who promised her life to God and was martyred for refusing to marry a Roman governor's son. She is often shown with a lamb because her name sounds like ‘agnus’ which means ‘lamb’ in Latin.  She is the patron saint of little girls. 

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