Saint Fausta

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Saint Fausta
Fausta, and with her Evilasius and Maximus, at Cyzicus (Menologion of Basil II).jpeg
Fausta with Evilasius and Maximus, at Cyzicus, from the Menologion of Basil II (c. 1000 AD)
Martyr
Born ~298 AD
Died ~311 AD (age 13)
Cyzicus
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodox Church
Feast September 20 (Roman Catholic)
February 6 (Eastern Orthodox)

Saint Fausta, also known as Saint Fausta of Cyzicus (298 - 311), was a 4th-century girl who at age 13 was arrested, tortured, and executed for being a Christian. Evilasius was responsible for torturing and executing her. Evilasius converted to Christianity after watching her courageous death and was also martyred for this act.[1]

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