Lillian, also known as Liliosa, was a married woman who lived in the ninth century in a part of Spain controlled by the Moors. To escape persecution, she at first avoided drawing attention to her Christian faith. After she heard the stories of martyred Christians during the persecution of Caliph Abderrahman II she openly admitted her faith. She was put to death around 852 along with her husband, St. Felix and St. Aurelius, St. Natalia, and St. George. St. Lillian’s feast is July 27.