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Saints related to Patron-of-homemakers

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  • St. Anne
    St. Anne, or Ann, is the mother of the Virgin Mary and the grandmother of Jesus. She was married to St. Joachim and according to tradition, the holy couple was childless for many years, before they received the Blessed Virgin Mary in answer to their prayers.
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  • St. Martha
    St. Martha was the sister of Mary and Lazarus. She served Jesus most literally, for he visited her home and she was the one to serve the meal and prepare the house. She is one of the few saints to have personal contact with Christ Himself.
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  • St. Monica
    St. Monica was born in 322 and raised Christian. She was married to a violent pagan, with whom she had three children, including St. Augustine. Her husband converted just before his death. St. Monica prayed for seventeen years for Augustine's conversion, and Augustine was baptized the year she died. She died after seeing her son baptized.
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  • St. Zita
    St. Zita was born around 1212 in Monte Sagriti to a poor family. At age 12, Zita became a maid in a wealthy weaver's family at Lucca, Italy and remained in their employ for nearly 50 years. Her flexible schedule allowed her to serve the poor and sick. She died of natural causes in 1272.
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