Catherine of Bologna, Saint
Catherine of Bologna, Saint
Short biography of this Poor Clare, mystic, and writer, who died in 1463

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  • Catherine of Bologna, Saint — ▪ Italian mystic original name  Caterina Vigri   born Sept. 8, 1413, Bologna, Papal States [Italy] died March 9, 1463, Bologna; canonized 1712; feast day May 9       Italian mystic and writer whose spiritual writings were popular in Italy until… …   Universalium

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  • St. Catherine of Bologna —     St. Catherine of Bologna     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Catherine of Bologna     Poor Clare and mystical writer, born at Bologna, 8 September, 1413; died there, 9 March, 1463. When she was ten years old, her father sent her to the court of …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Concordat of Bologna — The Concordat of Bologna (1516), marking a stage in the evolution of the Gallican Church, was an agreement[1] between King Francis I of France and Pope Leo X that Francis negotiated in the wake of his victory at Marignano in September 1515. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Bologna (Italy) —     Bologna     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Bologna     ARCHDIOCESE OF BOLOGNA     HISTORY     Bologna is the principal city in the province of the same name, Italy, and contains about 150,000 inhabitants. It was founded by the Etruscans, who… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Saint Catherine: Letter — ▪ Primary Source        St. Catherine of Siena, a Dominican tertiary and mystic, was one of the most influential figures of 14th century Italy. She was widely celebrated for her uncompromising asceticism she is said to have subsisted solely on… …   Universalium

  • List of saints — This article is about Christian saints after 450 AD. For Christian saints before this time, see List of early Christian saints. For a list of venerated persons in Mahayana Buddhism, see List of bodhisattvas. This is an incomplete list of… …   Wikipedia

  • St. Catherine — St. Catherine( s) may refer to:People*Saint Catherine of Alexandria (4th century) *Saint Catherine of Bologna (1413–1463) *Saint Catherine of Genoa (circa 1447–1510) *Saint Catherine Laboure (1806–1876) *Saint Catherine of Ricci, O.P. (1522–1590) …   Wikipedia

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