|Archangela and friend|
Anyway, Archangela was a fifteenth century girl, which explains why she was blessed with levitation, ecstasies, and miracles. The latter two may still happen, but saints don't fly much anymore.
|Agabus sees a bad moon rising.|
There's not much more to say about her, but lest certain persons feel that I am mailing it in, I will supplement with Saint Agabus, who shares this feast day. Agabus is mentioned in Acts 11:28-29. He predicted a famine during the reign of Claudius; the disciples responded by sharing food with the faithful in Judea. A little later in Acts (21:10-11) he predicted the imprisonment of Paul.
|Clytemnestra gave Cassandra the axe.|