Sunday, October 2, 2022

St Restituta of Carthage – Feast Day – May 17

St Restituta of Carthage was a Christian woman born in Carthage, Tunisia in the 3rd century AD and died as a martyr in either 255 AD or 304 AD in Tunisia during the persecutions of Christians by Roman Emperor Valerian or Emperor Diocletian. We celebrate her feast day on May 17 every year in the Catholic Church.

The Memorial of St. Restituta of Carthage – Feast Day

St Restituta of Carthage Biography

Date of Birth 3rd century AD
Place of Birth Carthage, Tunisia
Profession missionary
Place of Work Carthage, Tunisia
Date of Death 255 AD or 304 AD
Place of Death Tunisia
Feast Day May 17
Canonization Pre-Congregation

Saint’s Biography

Saint Restituta of Carthage was a virgin–martyr who was tortured and killed during the persecutions of Christians by Roman Emperor Diocletian or Emperor Valerian.

Saint Restituta of Carthage
St. Restituta of Carthage

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