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There is very little known about St. Victoria. With her sister Anatolia, she refused importunate suitors. Both were imprisoned and starved by their suitors but persisted in refusing marriage. Anatolia was converted to Christianity and converted many in Picenum before being denounced for her faith, for which she was tortured and executed at Thora on Lake Velino in Italy. When Victoria refused to sacrifice to pagan gods, she too was executed, ... Continue Reading

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  1. Victoria
    9 months ago

    Awesome! It's near Christmas!!!!!

  2. Carrie
    1 year ago

    St.victoria, Traumatized and shaken as a citizen, I'm shaken, and traumatized, With only civilized off much humility and certainly. Only with courage as a young civilian, With only kindness off courage Only as a "frail young innocent female" who has civil dignified rights as a Canadian. I've been "Violently Raped" and badly molested, with other "devastating" rare forms off incents, in addition to, other "painful torments" to a "young females life", that are rare and unspoken off, it takes much courage yet to write this.

    Only as a frail young "innocent female". I'm shaken, from "shock" to my skeletal central nervous system. Only with Civilized humanity, as a civil citizen, and much kindness, please do send my very off soul, much highest off healing at the very most best. with sincerest off deepest off regards

  3. Devon
    2 years ago

    Wow,that's inspiring. St.Victoria's so brave and is so religious. I'm so glad I'm using St.Victoria as my confirmation name . btw, getting it in like a week and a half. Pray for me St.Victoria. Thank you!

  4. Bogdan
    2 years ago

    I'm looking a prayer to st victoria,and i didn't found anything.! it's anybody can help me!.thank you

  5. karolina
    2 years ago

    Why is Victoria's feastday on the 25th of December?

  6. jane
    2 years ago

    her story is kind of sad, but the picture of her when shes dead is so freaking scary!

  7. Wiktoria Waszelewska
    2 years ago

    My name is Victoria but spelt the Polish way xD

  8. Michelle
    2 years ago

    do you know how old saint victoria was when she died

  9. agnes
    2 years ago

    Is there a victoria as a saint

  10. Ugochi
    2 years ago

    My middle name is Victoria! Now I'm torn between putting Agnes or Victoria as my saint name for Confirmation. (Victoria is my middle name & Agnes is the name of my mom's Women's Group at our parish. I seem to know more about her & it might make my mom happy.)

  11. Thalya
    2 years ago

    hi i am doing her 4 a assinment!

  12. victoria Lynn Wachholtz
    3 years ago

    Yes, please find more information about our Saint. My name was changed from Vicki Lynn to Victoria Lynn by the nuns at St. Vincent's in Sioux City, Ia. on Feb.22, 1945.

  13. PATRICIA QUIROA
    3 years ago

    ywe need to have more information about St Victoria, who or what is the saint patron, where she was born, and where, where and when she died
    where special things she did etc wherever you have is not helpful for a child report

  14. victoria
    3 years ago

    my name s victoria to.

  15. ali
    3 years ago

    please post more im doin a report on my saint for my sunday school class.

  16. Victoria
    3 years ago

    My name is Victoria Joy

  17. victoria g
    3 years ago

    my name is victoria im glad i was named after a saint and same here i was going to do st. victoria as my conformation report but i can't find enough information about her

  18. victoria
    3 years ago

    My first name is victoria, i was going to do her for my conformation saint but there is not enough info!

  19. Victoria jean
    3 years ago

    my name is Victoria Jean french but my friends call me Tori and im 11 years old :) and i go to a catholic school St. Ann


    K thats it bye :)

  20. candyrose
    3 years ago

    pls do give a brief history about these saints through my email id.


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