Saint Juliana Falconieri was born into a noble Florentine family. Her father died when she was young and she was raised by her mother and Uncle Alexis, who was one of the founders of the Servites. At 15, she became a Servite Tertiary, dedicating her life to prayer, penance, and caring for the sick and those in need. Eventually, other women joined her and she founded the Servite Tertiary Sisters. When she was dying, she couldn’t receive the Eucharist in her mouth so the priest laid the host on her breast, and then it disappeared then she died.