MEMORIAL TO MY MOTHER
WHO RESTS IN THE SURE
HOPE OF THE RESURRECTION
Saint Justa, a vendor of clay pots, together with her sister Saint Rufina. After refusing to sell their pots for use in pagan worship were set upon by the pagans of Seville who destroyed their whole stock of pots. The saintly sisters in full Christian indignation then overturned the cult idol of the pagans, smashing it. They were denounced as Christians before the imperial authorities, a fact, which they did not deny. Having thus confessed the name of Christ they suffered martyrdom, and gained paradise.
O most blessed Saint Justa, pray for the soul of she who in this life so joyfully bore your name.