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The Roman widow, St. Wisdom, and her three daughters are said to have suffered for the Faith under the Emperor Hadrian. According to spurious legend, St. Faith, age 12, was scourged, thrown into boiling pitch, taken out alive, and beheaded; St. Hope, age 10, and St. Charity, age 9, being unhurt in a furnace, were also beheaded; and their mother, St. Wisdom, suffered while praying over the bodies of her children. Her feast day is August 1st. Continue Reading

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  1. Jennifer
    5 years ago

    I am very interested in this saint for my confirmation, but I need more information!!!

  2. raaychel
    5 years ago

    yeeah .. is she the patron of anything ? :S

    more info please!!
    i have a project on her !!

  3. Paige
    5 years ago

    ME TOO! needd more info!! 4 confirmation!

  4. Corinne
    5 years ago

    i need info!!!!! this is gonna b my confirmation name and i need 2 know what she is the patron saint of!!!!

  5. michelle
    5 years ago

    i need way more info for this!!!

    i have a project coming up and there are really no sources i can go to.

  6. Becca
    5 years ago


  7. charity cruz
    6 years ago

    yea i will have to agree that there isn't enough information here. I am going threw my RCIA/Confirmation class and need info.

  8. christina
    6 years ago

    not enough info on st charity

  9. Isabella
    6 years ago

    Nice Website. Very Helpful.

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