Saint Sarah

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Saint Sarah, also called Sara e Kali (Sara the Black) is a patron saint of the Romani people of Catholicism Faith. She was born in the 1st century into a family of Indian Saint Thomas Christians of South India who went as Merchants to Roman Egypt.[1][2] According to legends, Saint Sarah sailed from Egypt to France in a boat with the Three Marys. Her day of honour is on May 24.[3]

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