Frances of Rome, Saint
Frances of Rome, Saint
Wife and mother, Benedictine oblate, mystic, d. 1440

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  • Frances of Rome — (1384–1440)    Saint, Mystic and Order Founder.    Frances was born in Rome and, despite her desire for the religious life, was married at the age of thirteen to Lorenzo de’ Ponziani. In 1425 she founded the Oblates of Mary, who were later called …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • St. Frances of Rome —     St. Frances of Rome     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Frances of Rome     (Bussa di Leoni.)     One of the greatest mystics of the fifteenth century; born at Rome, of a noble family, in 1384; died there, 9 March, 1440. Her youthful desire was …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • St. Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus —     St. Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Mary Frances of the Five Wounds of Jesus     Of the Third Order of St. Francis, b. at Naples, 25 March, 1715; d. there, 6 October, 1791. Her family belonged to the …   Catholic encyclopedia

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