- Seraphia of Syria
When Seraphia was very young, her family fled from Syria to Italy to escape the persecutions of Hadrian. Orphaned as a young woman, she had many offers of marriage, but was drawn to a religious life; she sold all her possessions, gave the money to the poor, and then sold herself into slavery. By her good example, she converted her owner, Saint Sabina. Martyr.
- Antioch, Syria
- with Saint Sabina
- woman holding a book
- woman holding a tablet
- woman working as an imperial Roman household slave
- “Saint Seraphia the Martyr“. CatholicSaints.Info. 29 July 2016. Web. 29 September 2016. <>