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Yes, there is a St. Julia and here is her story: St. Julia was born of noble parents in South Africa. When she was still quite young, her city was conquered by barbarians. Julia was captured and sold as a slave to a pagan merchant, but she did not complain or feel sorry for herself. She accepted everything, and performed the most humble tasks with wonderful cheerfulness. For Julia loved God with all her heart. In her spare time, she read holy ... Continue Reading

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  1. sarA
    6 years ago


  2. madison
    6 years ago

    that was so inspiring and sad and dedicated.... i love the name too. i mite use it for confirmation

  3. Gladys c.ngetich
    6 years ago

    This was quite very sorry indeed. But like Jesus she died for a just cause.

  4. Princess Mama
    6 years ago

    This was really a sad story and it just proves to us how lucky we are and I really think that if you believe in something it will soon happen...I do hope this won't happen to anyone else.

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