St. Helena or St. Helen was the consort of the Roman Emperor Constantius
Chlorus and the ... He makes this fact a virtue, calling Helena a bona stabularia, a
"good stable-maid". Other sour...
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Facts. Feastday: August 18. Death: 330 ... In liturgical art Helena is depicted as
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Feb 8, 2010 ... Helena was at one time the most important woman in the world, yet we know next
to .... She accepted the fact that God had a unique use for her.
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Commemorated on May 21 St. Helen was the mother of St. Constantine the Great
, and was born at Drepanum (Helenopolis) in Asia Minor to parents of humble ...
The mother of Constantine the Great, she died about 330.