Happy Feast Day
Saint Notburga of Rattenberg
Feast Day: September 14
Patronage: servants, peasants, farmers
Saint Notburga was the daughter of German peasants. She was a kitchen maid of Count Henry of Rattenberg and saved the leftovers for the poor. Once asked if she could forgo attending Mass and work more, she said, ”Let my sickle be the judge between me and you.” The sickle remained suspended in the air. She is remembered for her hard work, charity and prayerfulness. Many miracles are attributed to her intercession.
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