New Catholic Dictionary – Saint Euphrasia

[Saint Euphrasia]

  • Greek: of good cheer


(Euphraxia) Virgin (380-c.410). She was the daughter of a senator of Constantinople and distributed her fortune in charity, giving herself up to the practise of Christian perfection in an Egyptian convent. Feast, 13 March.

MLA Citation

  • “Saint Euphrasia”. New Catholic Dictionary. 10 September 2013. Web. 6 March 2015. <>