St. Anastasia of Sirmium by Shota Tsintsadze Tamuna Javaxishvili of Georgia - December 22

Anastasia of Sirmium by Shota Tsintsadze Tamuna Javaxishvili of Georgia - December 22

St. Anastasia is one of the few women martyrs greatly revered in both the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, as well as in Rome itself.  #PatronSaintsNews  #StAnastasia

Anastasia is one of the few women martyrs greatly revered in both the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, as well as in Rome itself.

Pisanello - St. George Liberating the Princess of Trebizond - Pellegrini-Chapel in Saint Anastasia, Verona.jpg

Pisanello - St. George Liberating the Princess of Trebizond - Pellegrini-Chapel in Saint Anastasia, Verona.jpg

Αγ.Αναστασια Η Μεγαλομαρτυς Η Φαρμακολυτρια (; - 290) _ dec 22

Αγ.Αναστασια Η Μεγαλομαρτυς Η Φαρμακολυτρια (; - 290) _ dec 22

Constantine Olarean: the Painter of Saints from Cyprus

Anastasia "Phrmoakolytria" the Great Martyr of Sirmium.

Saint Anastasia is a Christian saint and martyr who died at Sirmium in the Roman province of Pannonia Secunda (modern Serbia). In the Orthodox Church, she is venerated as St. Anastasia the Pharmakolytria, i.e. "Deliverer from Potions" (Ἁγία Ἀναστασία ἡ Φαρμακολύτρια). Concerning Anastasia little is reliably known, save that she died in the persecutions of Diocletian

Saint Anastasia the “Deliverer from Potions” century) Patron saint of martyrs, weavers, and those suffering from poison. In this image, she even looks like "our" Anastasia!

Unbreakable Chaplet of St. Anastasia - Patron Saint of Widows and Weavers by foodforthesoul on Etsy

Unbreakable Catholic Chaplet of St. Anastasia - Patron Saint of Widows and Weavers

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