Saint Catherine of Bologna
Biographical Information
Name(s) Saint Catherine of Bologna
Age 1413-1463, 49 years
Sex Female
Status Catholic Saint
Height Unknown
Culture Roman Catholic
Date(s) Unknown
Site Unknown
Current Location
Location Bologna
Catalog #


Saint Catherine was born in 1413 in Bologna, Italy. Her dad was a vital government official who worked for the Marquis of Ferrara, an individual from the royal family. When she was 11, Saint Catherine was welcome to live in the castle to be a friend to the marquis' daughter, Margaret. It was a magnificent open door for Catherine. She and Margaret were taught together by a teacher. Catherine particularly delighted in the art lessons she and Margaret were given. Catherine found that God had favored her with an ability for drawing.During her years in the royal residence, Catherine additionally found that God was calling her to a more straightforward and devout life. Catherine returned home and joined a gathering of young ladies who became nuns and invested energy in petition together every day.Soon, the ladies chose to join a request of nuns called the Poor Clares. These nuns moved in the opposite direction of anything that shielded them from concentrating on God. They had no individual belonging and shared everything.


Her body, which had been pure and faultlessly unadulterated a spirit, it diffused a sweet smell that could be seen all through the region.Miraculous cures started to happen at St Catherine's gravesite, as even the hopeless were immediately mended. However, her body was uncovered eighteen days after the fact when a great aroma was seen to frame the region. The body of St Catherine was observed to be incorrupt.The silk shroud which secured the holy person in sweat, which emitted the sweet smell. One of the nuns saw a touch of skin which appeared to dangle from one of Catherine's feet, thus pulled it off. New blood promptly streamed, as though the holy person were still alive.St Catherine's body has stayed incorrupt and holds its nature of adaptability like that of a living body.



Additional InfoEdit

The body of Saint Catherine can even now be found in Bologna robed in an expensive clothing exhibited by St Charles Borromeo and situated upright on a royal position, under a precious stone hallowed place. Her skin is still typical, with the exception of that it has turned out to be obscured by the oil lights and candles which have blazed about throughout the hundreds of years. Multitudinous supernatural occurrences compensate the steadfast for their commitment to her. She was concecrated by Pope Clement XI in the year 1712.

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