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St. Lillian

About Saint Lillian

Saint Lillian, also known as Saint Liliosa lived during the ninth century. Not much is known about her life. She was canonized a saint Pre-Congregation which means this was before present day investigations which are carried out by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints. Saints canonized before this time were named saints by local bishops or by popular devotion.

Saint Lillian was a native of Spain during the time the country was under the control of the Moors. She was a believer in Jesus Christ but kept her Christianity a secret from the practicing Muslims who lived around her.

Saint Lillian Professed Her Faith

Saint Lillian began to feel ashamed of hiding her Christianity when she heard of all the Christians being persecuted by Caliph Abderrahman II. She decided to profess her faith and live the Christian lifestyle in the open.

Saint Lillian Martyred

Saint Lillian was martyred shortly after her belief in Jesus Christ was made public. She was martyred along with Saint Aurelius, Saint Natalia, Saint George, and her husband, Saint Felix. Saint Lillian died in 852 A.D. in Cordoba, Spain.

The Feast of Saint Lillian

The feast of Saint Lillian is celebrated on July 27. Many Catholics wear a Saint Lillian medal or a Saint Lillian charm on this day to honor this early Christian martyr.

Saint Lillian is also a popular name for newborn girls and as a Confirmation name. Giving a Saint Lillian pendant to a young lady who takes the name Lillian as her Confirmation name is a traditional religious gift. A Saint Lillian charm is also a popular Baptism gift for baby girls named Lillian.

The name of Saint Lillian is also a derivative of Elizabeth, Lila, and Lily, so a Saint Lillian necklace is also appropriate for girls being Baptized or Confirmed with these names.


St. Lillian

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