Saint Athanasia (860)

She was a Greek woman who turned her house into a convent where many courageous Catholic girls went and lived as nuns. They called Saint Athanasia their abbess. She was an adviser to the royalty, including an empress, Theodora. The name Athanasia means immortal. Saint Athanasia is immortal in the love and veneration of the Catholic Church.

Saint Athanasia the Abbess of Aegina (image source)