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Jennifer is a derivative of Joanna whose feast day is May 24th. Joanna was the wife of Chuza, steward of King Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee. She was one of the women who helped provide for Jesus and the Apostles and was one of the three women who discovered the empty tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morning. Continue Reading

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  1. Joanna Gloria
    1 year ago

    Hows great.....That's she is in my life who I looking for....it's just simple, but I really in big happy today...

  2. 123
    1 year ago

    i love Joanna she got the same name grandmother name [:

  3. rachel
    1 year ago

    how did she become a saint

  4. Mallorie
    2 years ago

    My middle name is joanne after my passed grandmother and i never thought i had a patron saint till now!

  5. Joanna
    2 years ago

    Hey, my name is Joanna to although my patron saint is St.Elizabeth I can still connect with St. Joanna.

  6. alondra
    2 years ago

    i chose Joanna as my confirmation name , and im doing a report , but it didnt explained what like type of saint she is, is she a saint of healing or somewhat . but overall she's an interesting saint .

  7. whitney
    2 years ago

    has anyone ever heard of the saint name Johanna? i have been trying to find information on this saint for my confirmation. i cant find the name any where but i am choosing this name because its been passed down in the family.

  8. joanna
    2 years ago

    i was born with the name joanna i love my name, although people never seem to remember it

  9. Joanna
    3 years ago

    I was born the name Joanna and I feel special thanks :)

  10. joanna franco
    3 years ago

    hello i love saints they r so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. quin
    3 years ago

    need 2 know more about the male side of saint joanna cause i know saint joanna 2 b male and female !

  12. quin
    3 years ago

    want 2 know more about this saint joanna 2 my knowledge this saint joanna is half and half meaning its male and female i will do more research on this saint cause a lot of people do not know much about saint joanna!

  13. magaly
    3 years ago

    She is very intresting but i'm still going to keep searching for a different saint. And by the way i have a friend joanna.

  14. Cathy
    3 years ago

    I think you should include more than just what you put. Put the years she lived from, why is she so special, what she is the patron saint of. She is my confirmation saint so i need to know more about her. Thank you

  15. joanna burns
    3 years ago

    i feel that joanna is a really nice lady and she has so much to gain when she seen that jesus was not in the tomb when they were looking for him , in the bible they want you to know that jesus has went up to heaven and he has died for all of us we should give thanks and praise to him.

  16. dp
    4 years ago

    where can i find a childs costume for catholic saint joanna

  17. Megan
    4 years ago

    I think this is going to be my confirmation saint...

  18. stephanie
    4 years ago

    am doing Joanna for my confirmation saints because i know she is the right one for me!!

  19. Giovanna
    4 years ago

    i came on this web site for my homework and i really think st.Joanna is a great saint.[the name Joanna is my cousins name]

  20. Lilliana
    5 years ago

    Do you think that saint Joanna would be a nice christian saint for me to use for my confirmation saint?


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