St. Genevieve coloring page: January 3rd
Saint Genevieve became a nun at the age of fifteen. She was known for her frequent prayer, visions of the saints, and acts of charity. When the Huns were about to attack Paris, Saint Genevieve encouraged the people of Paris to stay in the city and pray and fast, instead of leaving. Miraculously, the city was spared an attack. She is now the patron saint of Paris and her feast day is celebrated on January 3rd.
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