Ss. Justa and Rufina


Ss. Justa and Rufina were two Christian sisters from Seville, Spain who made fine earthenware pottery, with which they supported themselves and many of the city’s poor. Justa was born in 268; Rufina in 270, of a poor but pious Christian family.

During a pagan festival, they refused to sell their wares for use in the celebrations. In anger, the townspeople broke all of their dishes and pots. Justa and Rufina retaliated by smashing a statue of the pagan goddess, Venus…

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