St. Eustolia of Constantinople


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Commemorated on November 9

Saint Eustolia, a native of Rome, came to Constantinople and entered one of the women’s monasteries. The virtuous and strict monastic life of the saint gained her the love and respect of the sisters. Not only monastics, but also many laypeople, came to her for advice and consolation.

St. Eustolia died in the year 610.

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