St. Helen - Banner BAN746
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Helen (or Helena)
Feast Day 18th August.
Helen lived and died in the third
century, she was mother of Emperor Contantine the Great both he and Helen were
converts to Christianity. History and tradition indicate that she founded
several churches in the Roman Empire and favoured the spread of the Christian
faith. As the emperor's mother, and at his request, she journeyed to
Palestine in search of the holy places associated with Jesus' life. Her son had
ordered the building of the Holy Sepulchre over the place where Jesus died and
during that excavation tradition says that Helen found Jesus' cross.
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