Date of celebration: 05/10
Saint Charitini worked under Diocletian (284 – 305 AD). She was a servant of the senator Claudianus (or Claudius).
In 304 AD some denounced her to Dometiano as a Christian and he summoned her to an interrogation in the presence of her master. When the Saint confessed her faith in Christ after being mocked, she was subjected to horrible tortures. Her head was shaved but miraculously, her head immediately grew back with hair.
Then they put her head on hot coals and pour vinegar over it. Then they burn her ribs with lighted candles, and with a stone around her neck they throw her into the sea. But again God saved her. Then he was ordered to go to a brothel. Charitini, however, prayed, and her pure soul was now delivered to the life-giving God.
Note here that Saint Charitini has the same couplet as Saint Charitini who celebrates on September 4.