Saint Walburga is the patron of coughs, plague, and rabies. She healed and evangelized many pagans in what is now Germany during the 8th century. St. Walburga's relics were placed upon a rock and the oils which emerged from that rock have many cures ascribed to them. She is the daughter of Saint Richard the King and the sister of Saint Willibald and Saint Winebald. St. Walburga's feast day is February 25th.