St. Ursula

Saint Ursula is the patron of holy death, students, teachers, and Cologne, Germany. St. Ursula, according to legend, was a daughter of a Christian British king. She was sent to Cynan Meiriadog, ruler of the settlers of Amorica, with eleven thousand maidens and sixty thousand common women in order that the settlers may be wed. Their fleet was shipwrecked and all of the women were either enslaved or murdered by pagan Huns in Cologne. St. Ursula's feast day is October 21st.