Saint Rosalia, also known as “La Santuzza,” which means “the Little Saint” in Italian, was a medieval Sicilian noblewoman who lived in a cave. She was so pretty the cave was the only place where she could dedicate her life completely to God. According to legend, her relics are said to have saved the city of Palermo from the plague in 1625. Pray to Saint Rosalia, patroness of Saint Rosalie’s Church, in Hampton Bays, New York, for health and healing.
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