Agatha, who died in Catania, Sicily in 251 AD, is the patron saint of Catania and also venerated as the patron saint of breast diseases because she sacrificed her breast in her famous martyrdom by the hands of Roman governor Quinziano and his sodiers. The Good Breast surgeons Dr. Lauren Schnaper and Dr. Sheri Slezak travel to Catania for the Festival to witness this unique expression of devotion to the breast. The Agatha myth has been told and practiced by the people of Catania for thousands of years — the subject of Bernadette Wegenstein’s next documentary, Devoti tutti (We are all devoted).