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change "Pray for Us" to "Pray For Me". Just let us know in "special instructions"
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Saint Agatha of Sicily (d. 251) is a Christian saint. Her memorial is on 5 February. Agatha was born at Catania and she
was martyred in approximately AD 250. She is the patron saint of Catania. She is one of seven women, excluding the
Blessed Virgin Mary, commemorated by name in the Canon of the Mass.
According to variations of her legend, having rejected the amorous advances of a Roman prefect, she was persecuted by
him for her Christian faith. Among the tortures she underwent was the cutting off of her breasts. She is therefore often
depicted iconographically carrying her excised breasts on a platter.
The shape of her amputated breasts, especially as depicted in artistic renderings, gave rise to her attribution as the
patron saint of bell-founders and as the patron saint of bakers. More recently, she has been venerated as patron saint
of breast cancer patients.
Her scorned admirer eventually sentenced her to death by being burnt at the stake. However, she was saved from this fate
by a mysterious earthquake. She later died in prison.
She is considered as patron saint of Malta since her intercession is reported to have saved Malta from Turkish invasion
in 1551. She is also patron saint of Breast Cancer, Breast Disorders, and Rape Victims.
The memory of Agatha is upheld in particular by the Military Order of the Collar of Saint Agatha of Patern.
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