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St. Rosalia, daughter of Sinibald, Lord of Roses and Quisquina, was a descendant of the great Charlemagne. She was born at Palermo in Sicily. In her youth, her heart turned from earthly vanities to God. She left her home and took up her abode in a cave, on the walls of which she wrote these words: "I, Rosalia, daughter of Sinibald, Lord of Roses and Quisquina, have taken the resolution to live in this cave for the love of my Lord, Jesus ... Continue Reading

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  1. meme
    5 years ago

    did rosalina realy go into a cave because my book says nothing about a cave?

  2. Taylor
    5 years ago

    I really like Saint Rosalia. I am using her as my confirmation name. Right now I am doing a report on her. I just need more information

  3. nicole
    5 years ago

    im picking this name too,i like Rosalie.

  4. Mika
    5 years ago

    I am defiantly picking Rosalia for my confirmation! but i need to do a project on my saint, and i need more information about her. ( i love roses )

  5. Jackie
    5 years ago

    i really like this saint and i would like to do this saint for my confirmation but i need more info

  6. jordan
    5 years ago

    rosalia is close 2 rosalie & she's my fave in twilight so im picking rosalia. its a nice name.

  7. Kassidy
    5 years ago

    Thats my Grandma's moms name thats why i pick her!

  8. Yesiana
    6 years ago

    I meant how old she was when she died? Because that`s one of the questions I have to know so I can make my conformation. If anybody knows that would be great.

  9. Yesiana
    6 years ago

    I`m going to do this saint for my conformation but does anybody know how old she is??

  10. Jennifer
    6 years ago

    i like this saint!!! I am also making my confirmation this may.

  11. Monica
    6 years ago

    I couldn't believe the history of St. Rosalia. And my middle name matches it! So happy thanks!

  12. Annonomous
    6 years ago

    I really thought this was helpful. I am making my confirmation this year and it really helped my pick my saint

  13. sarah
    6 years ago


  14. fallon
    6 years ago

    i luv this website. it helped me with a saint project i had to do. thanks to you i got an a+

  15. Rosalie
    6 years ago

    I was thrilled that my name belonged to a saint. I would like to know more about her and how they knew who she was after her death.

  16. Agnes
    6 years ago

    thank you very much.. it help me so much about my project.. because ma'am told us to find the saint that have the same birthday as ours... happy birthday to me: September 4

  17. rachel
    6 years ago

    nice info.

  18. rachel
    6 years ago

    very helpful.

  19. Juniperro Serra
    6 years ago

    very useful information thank you

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