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Julia of Corsica | Facts

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Saint Julia of Corsica, also known as Julia Street, Carthage, and St. Julia of rare Nonza virgin martyr who was considered a Christian saint. It is believed that the date of death or to be after 439 AD. It, along with St. Devota, is the patron saints of the Catholic Church in Corsica. It was St. Julia of Corsica declared patron of the church in the August 5, 1809; St. Devota, on March 14, 1820. He died in each of Corsica before Christianity under Roman rule. Julia Holiday Birth is 22 May the Catholic Calendar.

Vitensis States that have been purchased as a result of the story of the investigation, "those days" from the "old" Julia's life and what I did to be a martyr. Apparently during the investigation was already known martyr. Informants claimed that they heard her "parents."

Julia was a woman Carthaginian, who "took him prisoner" and "a lot of it is that entered service from a man named Eusebius. Vitensis does not say how she entered into service, but are usually interpret the statement, which was sold into slavery after Gaiseric conquered Carthage in 439. It is known that it tends to many of the Catholics of the way feel free, especially for women. young and strong, and Julia will achieve a good price for the Vandals (who later turned to piracy, including the Agreement on slavery).

Vitensis says it served ", the artist my body," but I went to the Ephesians 6:06 and Colossians 3:22. Although he was an admirer of the heathen to a very large service. When the duties and spent the time has come Laurent server, and leisure, or to insist on reading or praying. I grew pale and thin from fasting in spite of the threats and temptations of her master, but her mind, bent up at the sky, eat the Word of God daily.

Eusebius, a citizen (civis) of Syria and Palestine, and to strive for the French with their precious cargo, and docked in the course of the night cap. From afar, believed that the victims were about to be conducted by the pagans fell immediately with all his people to participate. The day they killed the Bull "demons." Mercimonia use of the goods it recognizes as a commodity for sale, which concluded that Eusebius was often a merchant. Bishop smiling because he does not agree that Eusebius Left precious cargo (Julia) in Corsica. Choose a bull, an animal of Poseidon, indicating that it has entered into an annual ritual eaves advice.

While celebrating before they become drunk and St. Julia sighed deeply and Felix fault was reported to him by satellite, which was a girl on the plane, who mocked the worship of the gods. Asked this "I'm snake" Eusebius, "Why did not lose all that worship gods? Wife heard about the names of our gods mock." Eusebius replied "I can not move the girl from the myths of the Christian and I can not bring it to our religion through the threat. If it is not necessary because the services most believers have been subjected to torture her."

And "Felix Saxo" We gave him some options, "or force them to make offerings to the gods to us, or give it to me by four families in return for my request to you, or set a fixed price." Eusebius replied: "If you want to give me all your property value will not serve."

Saxo Felix, who was also to offer such options, or the refusal to allow Eusebius The last footnote of Ruinart. It provides publications and other information from the other manuscripts: the great, or "peace" between their sacrifices, princeps, or "main man" Fort praecipuus esset illius loci, "This case is responsible for the place," and perhaps Cap Corse. Ferrarius his catalog Italian saints calls him "Felix Tribunus", a full explanation. Tribunician had the authority, which would make him a judge at a high level, and perhaps even the provincial governor.

"Saxo" part of the name is out of context, as it is also Latin for "Saxon". Ruinart Offers Sago's Sagona (or Sagone as it appears on the map, and sometimes still), and the old town in western Corsica disappeared, the former port Vico, Corse du Sud, in the Catholic Diocese of Ajaccio. The apparently for the post of People's Counsel at the local Corsican Romans Romans.

Why not just take the girl acquisition, Vitensis gives the answer by calling the civis Eusebius. The penalty for not respecting the rights of citizens Roman severe, the child is property of Eusebius. He can do all that he loves it. However, lack of respect for the gods the state crime punishable by death, which can be the judge to ignore his own responsibility only.

I got a lawyer after "the most poisonous snake" made the dinner, which became drunk and fell asleep Eusebius. Immediately, "an angry mob of the Gentiles" on board the ship and put Julia on the beach. Felix said: "The sacrifice to the gods, the wife of your master I will also like the bonds of your solution .." The list included tribunician emancipation. However, repled Julia

Libertas servitium Christie hundred Foundation, Cui ego quotidie Bora mente deservio. vestrum errorem istum Ceterum veneror bottom is not, etiam contract detestor.

"My freedom is to serve Jesus Christ, whom I serve every day with a pure mind. As for the error to you, and I not only do not respect that, and I despise it."

Tribune ordered the hit that hit the face. It is said that Jesus Christ might look like her, and why they should not reach him? Then "snake severe" is to be "tortured by the hair, described later mollitia" consumption "of hair. Was flogged and then it, so it's repled the same way, because if the skin of Jesus crowned with thorns for them, why they should not take it any depreciation of the hair, which she described the flag understanding of faith, and science "of faith?" Symbols

"The Snake", for fear of being indicted on cruelty, and hurried the process along by inviting "Abdel-Christ" to be placed on patibulum of the Cross. Do you wake up Eusebius. Has also issued bonds of sleep, the Bible, taking into account the released of meat, and victorious from the suffering, and it took a pleasant journey with the angels to the stars of heaven. Another manuscript quoted Ruinart and Columba, "dove", flying from her mouth.

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