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Olivia is a derivative of Olive whose feast day is June 10th. According to pious fictional legend, she was a beautiful girl of thirteen, of a noble Palermo, Italy, family who was carried off to Tunis by raiding Moslems. They allowed her to live in a nearby cave but when they found that her miracles and cures had converted many Mohammedans, she was imprisoned, tortured, and after converting her executioners trying to burn her to death, was ... Continue Reading

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  1. Mollie
    4 years ago

    where can u find more info on her

  2. christina
    5 years ago

    I need to a picture of saint Olivia to help my daughter in kindergarten draw a picture of her.Can You help?

  3. Julia
    5 years ago

    this is a great site...thank you for my school i have to do a project of my saint name and this was really helpfull! thanks! do you know where i would find a picture of saint olivia? i cant find one anywhere!!! I REALLY NEED A PICTURE!!! :)

  4. casey
    5 years ago

    god bless all of u

  5. Mackenzie
    5 years ago

    i have a school project on saints and i choose saint olivia as my saint but i need a picture were can i find one?

  6. Oliva
    6 years ago

    oLivia you rock!!!! St.Olivia was a very brave saint. GOD BLESS HER!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. olivia :)
    6 years ago

    oh yeah thats my name! are they're any good books about her?

  8. ashley
    6 years ago

    you are cool olivia i love that name what dose it mean Love from ashley

  9. percelou france hechanova
    6 years ago

    could you please send me a picture of this saint..thank you!

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