St. Sarah

Saint Sarah, also known as Saint Sarah the Egyptian, was a 4th-century Egyptian hermit. She lived a life of extreme asceticism in the desert, devoting herself to prayer, fasting, and solitude. Sarah's life and teachings attracted many followers, and she is regarded as a spiritual mother and guide. She is venerated as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church, and her life serves as an inspiration for those seeking a deeper spiritual life.

Feast Day is on August 19