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Claudia was the mother of Linus, who became the second Pope. Tradition has her the daughter of British King Caractacus, who was sent to Rome with his family in chains when he was defeated by Aulus Plautius. Released by Emperor Claudius, one of his daughters took the name Claudia, remained in Rome, was baptized, and is the Claudia mentioned in St. Paul's second letter to Timothy. Another tradition has her the daughter of Cogidubnus, a British ... Continue Reading

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  1. wilhelmina
    6 years ago

    is there anyone who knows what this saint did to become a saint. My daughter Claudia is doing a project on her and is to write 5 things she did, 12 things that happened to her, and 5 things interesting about her

  2. claudia
    6 years ago

    heyy lol yeahh saint claudia is awesome! haha as all claudia's are :)
    =P yayy i finally found a saint claudia! ;)
    but what did she do? can anyone tell me please? thanks heaps

  3. Michelle
    6 years ago

    I have to help my daughter out with a report on St.Claudia and can not find out what good things she did. Can anyone give me a holler????

  4. Michelle
    6 years ago

    can anyone tell me anything about what st.claudia did to become a saint.

  5. claudia
    6 years ago

    sup hey i love saint claudia! she is the bomb!!!!!! WOOT WOOT

  6. J Christian
    6 years ago

    Saint Claudia pray for us all; pray with Saint Linus for our present Pope; pray for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; pray for all Europe in Union and all other nations; pray for tolerance and traditions of peace in our pale; pray for better governments and life improvements in our environments; pray in our environments that truth and equity prevail, Amen Laudate Dominum

  7. Marjorie Sanfillipo
    6 years ago

    I would like to purchase catholic items with reference to St. Claudia.

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