March 6 Saints of the Day – Uncovering of the True Cross by the Empress Helen, and Colette

On this day in 1899, Bayer registered “Aspirin” as a trademark. When their exclusive rights to use that name were lost, they, like the people in their television commercials in the early 1980s, switched to Bayer. Today our eastern saint is the Empress Helen (ca. 248 – 330), mother of Constantine the Great — specifically… Continue reading March 6 Saints of the Day – Uncovering of the True Cross by the Empress Helen, and Colette