Christiana, Saint and Virgin

Christiana, Saint and Virgin of Termonde, in Flanders, went to Dickelvenna (Ticlivinum), near Ghent, that she might tranquilly devote herself to the Catholic religion, under St. Hilduardus, and died A.D. 750. Her relies were translated from Diclelvenna to Termonde about the end of the 9th century, and were enshrined with those of St. Hilduardus. She is commemorated July 26, and also on Sept. 7, the day on which her relics were translated to Termonde (Acta Sanctorum, July, 6, 311-314).

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