Thursday, July 18, 2019

Saint of the Day – 15 April – Saints Basilissa and Anastasia of Rome

The Memorial of Saints Basilissa and Anastasia of Rome

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia of Rome is the Patron Saint of

• Tailors
• Xativa, Spain

Saint Basilissa and Saint Anastasia of Rome Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Feast Day, Beatification Date, Canonization DateMatrimony/Holy OrdersMarried People who became Saints

Saint Basilissa and Saint Anastasia of Rome brief life History

Date of Birth 1st Century AD
Country of Birth Italy in Europe
Profession Spiritual student of Saint Peter the Apostle and Saint Paul the Apostle
Place of Work Rome, Italy
Date of Death 68 AD
Place of Death Rome
Feast Day 15 April
Beatification By Pre-Congregation
Canonization By Pre-Congregation
Patron Saint of • Tailors
• Xativa, Spain

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia of Rome Short life History

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia are early Christian martyrs of Rome. According to legend, the two women were students of the Apostles Peter and Paul and of the noble class. They bravely buried the bodies of Christians who had been tortured to death under the reign of Nero.

Today’s Catholic Quote:

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia of Rome were arrested and tortured, but refused to forsake Christianity. They were then beheaded with a sword.

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia