Catherine of Genoa, Saint
Catherine of Genoa, Saint
Biography of the mystic and author, who died in 1510

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  • Catherine of Genoa, Saint — ▪ Italian mystic original name  Caterina Fieschi   born 1447, Genoa [Italy] died Sept. 15, 1510; canonized 1737; feast day September 15       Italian mystic admired for her work among the sick and the poor.       Catherine was born into a… …   Universalium

  • Catherine of Genoa — Infobox Saint name=Saint Catherine of Genoa birth date=1447 death date=death date|1510|9|15|df=y feast day=15 September [cite book|author=Administratio Patrimonii Sedis Apostolicae|title=Martyrologium Romanum|location=Vatican… …   Wikipedia

  • Catherine of Genoa — (1447–1510)    Saint, Mystic and Devotional Writer.    Catherine was born Caterinetta Fieschi in Liguria, Italy, of a noble family. She was married at a very early age, but when she was twenty seven she was released from her marriage vows. Her… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • St. Catherine of Genoa —     St. Catherine of Genoa     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Catherine of Genoa     (CATERINA FIESCHI ADORNO.)     Born at Genoa in 1447, died at the same place 15 September, 1510. The life of St. Catherine of Genoa may be more properly described …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Genoa — • Archdiocese in Liguria, Northern Italy Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Genoa     Genoa     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • CATHERINE DE GÊNES — sainte (1447 1510) En 1551 paraissait à Florence le livre intitulé Vita mirabile e dottrina santa della Beata Caterina de Genova , dont les chartreux de Bourg Fontaine donnaient la traduction française en 1598. Ce Corpus catharinianum , qui… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Genoa — Infobox Settlement official name = it. Comune di Genova name = Genoa nickname = motto = website = http://www.comune.genova.it/ image caption = Via Brigata flag link = Flag of Genoa image shield = Genova Stemma.png pushpin pushpin map caption =… …   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

  • Marie-Catherine Brignole — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Brignole et Maria Brignole. Marie Catherine Brignole …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Margaret of Savoy, Countess of Saint-Pol — For other uses, see Margaret of Savoy. Margaret of Savoy Margravine of Montferrat Countess of Saint Pol, of Brienne, de Ligny, Marle and Soissons Tenure December 1458 19 January 1464 19 December 1475 – 25 October 1482 Spouse John IV of Montferrat …   Wikipedia

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