Did you know there is actually a St. Corona?
Who is St. Corona?
“She’s being called on in Northern Italy where her remains are,” Fr. Pagano begins.
“She was a teenager, and was in a married relationship. She and her brother-in-law, St. Victor (they kind of go hand-in-hand) were martyred.
“As Roman soldiers gouged out St. Victor’s eyes, she cried out to encourage him to not give up. He kept the faith and boldly proclaimed it. He was martyred and then they captured her, and essentially, tied her to two bent-over palm trees and they ripped her from limb-to-limb.”
“She was definitely sought after from that period of time on because of how many miracles came from her intercession, as well as St. Victor, as it relates to epidemics and pandemics.
“St. Corona is a very, very powerful witness.”
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In this episode, you will also learn:
• Who are the patron saints against plagues?
• How have plagues shaped the history of the Church?
• What can Catholics do during quarantines and pandemics?
• Which saint used science and faith to battle medieval plagues?
• How a Pope miraculously saved Rome from a plague