St. Phoebe was a beloved associate of Paul’s, mentioned in Romans 16 as a “sister,” “deacon” and “patroness or helper” of the Church in Cenchreae, near Corinth, though the Order of Deacons hadn’t really developed yet. She likely provided housing and protection for believers there. (source unknown)

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