Savina of Milan
|Saint Savina of Milan|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
Saint Savina (Italian: Santa Savina) (died 311) was a Milanese martyr under Diocletian. Her feast day is 30 January. She gave aid to Christian prisoners and also ensured that they received proper burials after their executions. For this reason she was martryed. Tradition states that she died while praying at the tomb of Saints Nabor and Felix.
- The Book of Saints, compiled by the Benedictine monks of St Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate, 6th edn (London: A & C Black, 1989), s.v. Savina (St). ISBN 0-304-34357-9.
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