Later her brother founded a monastery with two houses, one for monks and the other for sisters. St. Walburga was asked to take care of the sisters while her brother took care of the monks. After his death, St. Walburga took care of both.
The pagans greatly admired these holy women who worked so hard on their convent farms. They listened to what the monks and nuns taught them about Christ, because they saw what holy lives they were living. Besides all her other duties, St. Walburga also took care of the pagans when they fell sick. When she, too, went to Heaven, she was buried beside her brother.
Let us offer prayers and sacrifices so that everyone in our family may live as good Christians and save their souls.