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St. Catherine of Sienna the last years of her life she carried the Bark of St. Peter, which was extremely heavy.

Catherine of Sienna the last years of her life she carried the Bark of St. Peter, which was extremely heavy.

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Catherine of Sienna

Catherine of Siena

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if you are what you were meant to be you will set the world on fire - K9 Safe Search

if you are what you were meant to be you will set the world on fire - Safe Search

Saint Catherine of Siena

Good head wrap on Saint Catherine of Siena. Fresco in church of S. (Fresco around 1400 from Andrea Vanni)

"To a brave man, good and bad luck are like his left and right hand. He uses both." –St Catherine of Siena

Hipster Saint Catherine of Siena - - First female Doctor of the Church, a position of theological significance. Teresa of Avila were proclaimed Doctors in the same year, but St. Catherine of Siena was the first to be born among the two).

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Feast Day Fun: St Catherine of Siena

About St. Camillus de Lellis

About St. Camillus de Lellis

Memorial of St. Catherine of Siena, virgin and doctor - April 29, 2014 - Liturgical Calendar - Catholic Culture

Catherine of Siena, virgin and doctor - April 2014 - Liturgical Calendar - Catholic Culture

Mystics of the Church: Mother Angelica's two miraculous cures

Mother Angelica (far right) at age 19 with the mystic Rhoda Wise The two miraculous cures in the life of Mother Angelica through the int.

St.Catherine of Sienna - Doctor of the Church. She is always shown holding a book.

Catherine of Sienna - Doctor of the Church. She is always shown holding a book. She was a third order Dominican.

St Catherine of Siena by NowitzkiTramonto

Virgin, Mystic and Doctor of the Church (c. Feast Day: April Invoked against the plague, migraines, and for good death; St Catherine of Siena

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Uma autora, duas obras: Mary Lizzie Macomber

Like many female saints, Catherine of Siena had visions of the heavenly kingdom, but she was also influential in earthly ones. A consecrated virgin since the age of seven and a Dominican lay-affiliate at sixteen, Catherine began to see images of Christ, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory in her late teens. Many medieval women were inspired by visions to withdraw from the world, but not Catherine. Her visions first told her to aid the sick and poor, and then to enter the political arena.

Like many female saints, Catherine of Siena had visions of the heavenly kingdom…

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