St Libaire the Great, also known as Lievière, was a Christian woman born in the mid-4th century AD in Roman Gaul (now modern France).
She was beheaded and died as a martyr in 362 AD at the 2nd milepost of Apollogranum, in Gaul (modern-day France). We celebrate her feast day on October 7 every year in the Catholic Church.
|St Libaire the Great Biography|
|Date of Birth||Mid-4th century AD|
|Place of Birth||France|
|Place of Work||France|
|Date of Death||362 AD|
|Place of Death||France|
|Feast Day||October 7|
|Patron Saint of||Sainte-Livière, Haute-Marne, France|
St Libaire the Great Life History
Libaire the Great was Born to an imperial Roman patrician family, the daughter of Bacchus Lientrude and sister of Saint Amée, Saint France, Saint Gertrude, Saint Hilda, Saint-Lin trade, Saint Menne, Saint-Ode, Saint Pusinne, and Saint Suzanne.
Libaire the Great worked for her family as a shepherdess, spending her time with the flocks spinning, praying and singing hymns.
While traveling, emperor Julian the Apostate found her in the field and tried to get her to renounce Christianity by showing her a golden statue of Apollo; she struck it with her distaff and the statue fell apart.
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