St. Eugenia of Rome
Feast Day - December 24th.
Saint Eugenia is shown in dark clothing and holding the cross of martyrdom. Her name means "noble" in Greek. She was born in 280, the daughter of the Duke of Alexandria, Egypt, and embraced Christianity secretly in her youth.
When her parents found out, she underwent much persecution but remained faithful and eventually her father, Philip, was also converted.
Troparion in tone 4
Your lamb Eugenia, O Jesus,
Kontakion in tone 4
You left the passing glory of the world to follow Christ,
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