St. Julia of Corsica

St. Julia of Corsica Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 05/22

Patron Of: Torture Victims

    Carthaginian Christian nobility. Captured by invading Vandals in 616, and sold into slavery to a pagan Syrian merchant named Eusebius. When the slave ship landed at Cape Corso, Corsica. A pagan festival was in progress, and she was ordered to join in; some versions indicate that participation would have won her freedom. When she refused, her hair was torn out of her head, and she was martyred.

    6th-7th century Carthaginian

    beaten and crucified c.616-620 at Cape Corso, Corsica; relics at the Benedictine abbey at Brescia, Italy, which became a middle ages pilgrimage site


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