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  • Rachael Duke

    St. Sophia and Her Three Daughters: Faith, Hope and Love, commemorated September 17th. "Thou didst blossom in the courts of the Lord as a fruitful olive tree, O holy Martyr Sophia; in thy contest thou didst offer to Christ the sweet fruit of thy womb, Love, Hope and Faith. With them intercede for us all." My saints name is Vera(Faith) I even have this icon :)

  • Tamara Capar

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  • Heather Holden

    Saint Sophia AND HER THREE DAUGHTERS FAITH, HOPE AND AGAPE Commemorated September 17th (My birthday!)

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