Feast of: Saint Lea (?-384) Lea of Rome is known only through the testimony of her beloved friend, the learned Saint Jerome. A noblewoman of Rome, born into wealth and privilege, she was a contemporary of Jerome. However, soon after her ... https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10205247125290070&set=o.1490724774526883&type=1&theater
A Roman priest who was beaten to death with whips after refusing to sacrifice to the gods, and he was buried in the catacomb on the Via Nomentana. One tradition states that he buried the remains of St. Felicula and was arrested.
Not only is it Christmas Day, it is also the Feast of: Saint Eugenia (? - 258) She was said to have been the daughter of Philip, "duke" of Alexandria and governor of Egypt. She had fled her father's house dressed in men's ,,,(see the rest of the story here:) https://www.facebook.com/St.Eugene.OMI/