General - The patron saint of drapers. She wiped Christ's face at the Crucifixion with a cloth that allegedly retained an imprint of his face. In an alternative version, she is said to have asked St Luke to paint a portrait of Christ on a piece of cloth but, when she appeared dissatisfied with the result, Christ pressed the cloth to his face to produce a better likeness. The cloth is said to have effected miraculous cures. In Arthurian lore, she appears as Verrine and cured Vespasian's leprosy with the cloth. Sometimes called Veronica, Verrine or Verrine.

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