What Is Saint Ruth the Patron Saint Of?
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Saint Ruth is not a patron saint of any specific thing, but was declared a saint posthumously by the Roman Catholic Church. Saint Ruth is a biblical figure that is prominent in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
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