Catherine of Siena


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Catherine of Siena

Saint. 1347--80, Italian mystic and ascetic; patron saint of the Dominican order. Feast day: April 29
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They are the eagle's flight: Dante's Paradiso VI and the Monarchia; Marsilius of Padua and the question of legitimacy; individual freedom in William of Ockham's Breviloquium; Petrarch, Cola de Riezo, and the Battle of Rome; the prophetic widow: Birgitta of Sweden and the Revelaciones; and Catherine of Siena and the mystical body of the church.
traces spiritual growth in grace by exploring the image of Christ as bridge, a metaphor Catherine of Siena had used for the three traditional stages of prayer: purgative, illuminative, and unitive.
Catherine of Siena, contains a particularly memorable scene from her life.
Catherine of Siena describes to her confessor Raymond of Capua how she converted and then accompanied an Italian to his execution.
The pope also gave Colombia its first saint: a nun, Laura of St Catherine of Siena Montoya y Upegui.
Catherine of Siena Medical Center, in Smithtown, New York for its program "The Reduction of Falls Without the Use of Restraints", a model program for patient safety.
Noffke, a Dominican nun and scholar, provides an introductory essay surveying the extraordinary life and times of Catherine of Siena (1347-1378).
Catherine of Siena in the Upper East Side of New York City published lengthy quotes from six former ambassadors to the Vatican who said they "urge[d] our fellow Catholics .
In October 2005 Millington was discovered with the drugs at St Catherine of Siena Convent graveyard.
In the first case, insofar as Tekakwitha applied the logic of requickening to her baptism, she may have understood the story of Catherine of Siena, her patron saint, less as a source of inspiration and more as a template for her new identity.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Saint Catherine of Siena Church Norwood @ 10 AM.
April 29 is also known as St Catherine's Day after St Catherine of Siena, one of the two patron Saints of Italy - the other being Francis of Assisi - and who is often