Eudocia (martyr)

Eudocia (martyr)

Saint Eudocia (died 100 A.D.) was a second century Christian martyr. According to legend, she was a Samaritan who had lived a sinful life and repented. She later lived in Heliolopolis in Egypt and was killed during the persecution of Christians under the Roman emperor Trajan. Her feast day is March 1. [ [ Catholic Online] ]


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