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Empress mother of Constantine the Great. She was a native of Bithynia, who married the then Roman general Constantius I Chlorus about 270. Constantine was born soon after, and in 293, Constantius was made Caesar, or junior emperor. He divorced Helena to marry co Emperor Maximianís stepdaughter. Constantine became emperor in 312 after the fateful victory at Milvian Bridge, and Helena was named Augusta, or empress. She converted to Christianity ... Continue Reading

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  1. hola
    6 years ago

    i think Helena is awesome!!!

  2. marie
    6 years ago

    love the name. definitely for the confirmation name.

  3. nissa:)
    6 years ago

    I think St. Helena is a very kind person and i think i might choose her as my confirmation name, do you think so?

  4. Hungrey
    6 years ago

    i <3 GOD SO MUCH!!! thank you for everything! :]

    6 years ago

    I love Jesus and all of his creation. God bless Iraq.

  6. J Christian
    6 years ago

    Saint Helena mother of Constantine pray for us all; pray for those who are Emperors or so aspire; pray that the Emperor of our Universes keep us our galactic torus clean & clear; pray all galactic tori resonate as we peer through deep space; pray for all appropriate grids to shine morgen und nachtsternen divine; pray as you find-touch the Robe and Cross of Christ thine ecstasy bloom full; pray as new Jerusalem descend that peace and light and Lamb reveal, that God be with us at every place & meal; pray each all these things in Jesus name, Amen and good health for Semjase on her planet, Selah.

  7. J Christian
    6 years ago

    hally: Look in the Encyclopedia section of this site; look in Encyclopedia Britannica; look in Wikipedia; enter the name in your search engine; think, pray and ask Yahweh for guidance.

  8. Sicily George
    6 years ago

    Could I have more information of St.Helena?

  9. halley
    6 years ago

    I need more info.

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