Saint Golinduc was a Persian, living in the reign of Chosroes II, King of Persia
(590-628), and of Maurice, Emperor of New Rome (582-602). Moved by
a divine revelation to become a Christian, she was betrayed to Chosroes
by her husband and was cast into a dungeon called Oblivion for eighteen
years, withstanding all attempts to make her deny Christ, and preserved
by the grace of God. Set at liberty through the visitation of an Angel,
she went to Jerusalem, and then to Constantinople, where she fell asleep
in peace. She was called Mary in holy Baptism.
Read lives of other Saints - http://www.truechristianity.info/en/saints_en.php
Recommend this page to your friend!