Jun 03

Saint Clotilde

June 3rd VI century Gobernanta Viuda

In Tours, in the Gallia Lugdunensis, saint Clotilde, Queen, whose prayers for her husband, Clovis, King of the Franks, embraced the Christian faith, and the widowed withdrew to the basilica of Saint Martín, desiring to not be considered as Queen but as a servant of God.
Clotilde (Femenino)
in Tours, in current France
June 3rd