St. Anastasia (4th century)
Anastasia was the matron of a noble Roman pagan family. A spiritual student of St. Chrysogonus, she was martryed during he persecutions of Diocletian. Little else is known about her, but she is distinctly honored in the first Eucharistic prayer of the second Christmas Mass.

Reflections from the Saints

Celebrate the feast of Christmas every day, even every moment in the interior temple of your spirit, remaining like a baby in the bosom of the heavenly Father, where you will be reborn each moment in the Divine Word, Jesus Christ.
– St. Paul of the Cross