Thursday, June 18, 2009

Martyr & Virgin

St. Marina lived in the eighth century, and embraced the habit of a monk. She was praised by the fathers of the dessert for unparalleled virtue and resistance to temptation. The translation of her relics has moved across several churches from Constantinople, Venice and Paris. She is venerated for her fervor; she was martyr for her faith and bears the crown of virginity.

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