St. Genevieve was a fair and courageous peasant girl born in Nanterre, France around 422. She is the patroness saint of Paris in the Catholic and Orthodox traditions, with her feast day being 3 January. She is said to have helped save the city from Attila and the Huns by fasting and prayer, her emblem being a candle sometimes shown with the devil. She died at the age of 89 in 502AD and was initially buried in an abbey built for her by Clovis I, now part of Henri IV high school. Ste. Genevieve is also a city in Ste. Genevieve Township, Missouri, United States with a population of 4,999 as of 2020 census.
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