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As far as is known, Monica was a housewife married to a bad-tempered pagan man named Patricius. Her son, Augustine, also lived a very sinful life. Monica prayed constantly for the conversion to Christianity of both. You might say that was her true occupation. Eventually, both wishes were granted. Patricius converted on his deathbed and Augustine converted and went on to become one of the greatest minds and theologians ever known.

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The names of Monica's parents are unknown.

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No. St. Augustine of Hippo was St. Monica's child.

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Not much is known about St. Monica's early life except she converted to Christianity sometime before marrying her husband who treated her badly because of her faith.

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No, they were not related. Augustine had a sister named Perpetua but she is not the same person as Perpetua the martyr.

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There is no written record or tradition that tells us about the early years of St. Monica.

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