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St. Elizabeth of Portugal Comments

Elizabeth was a Spanish princess who was given in marriage to King Denis of Portugal at the age of twelve. She was very beautiful and very lovable. She was also very devout, and went to Mass every day. Elizabeth was a holy wife, but although her husband was fond of her at first, he soon began to cause her great suffering. Though a good ruler, he did not imitate his wife's love of prayer and other virtues. In fact, his sins of impurity gave great ... Continue Reading

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  1. elizabeth
    4 years ago

    this saint is very much like me. in a cool way.

  2. Mariann
    4 years ago

    Inspired once again in my pursuit to attend mass everyday!

  3. clara
    4 years ago

    you need to add more info on how she became a saint
    i am studding her in RS and this is not very useful

  4. hannah
    5 years ago

    Website somewhat useful, but i wish they would have more info on her whole life, not just the one incident because i am doing an essay on her

  5. gabby
    5 years ago

    i found this website some what helpful but i would have liked some more information on her.

  6. Brianna
    5 years ago

    i love this website but it doesn't really tell mi anything about her cause i have a 5 page essay on her :-(

  7. elizabeth
    5 years ago

    not very helpful because i need her birthday and why she was a saint because i am doing a project on her

  8. elyse
    5 years ago

    helpful, but i need to know when she was beatified, cause i'm doing a project on her

  9. elizabeth ayamdo
    5 years ago

    i'm really impressed and she is my role model even though its going to take alot of energy and work to live like her i am willing to go through this journey. amen

  10. Tia
    5 years ago

    not very helpful because i need y she was a saint cause the pope will ask

    5 years ago

    We the living may not all understand the importance of the daily masses we attend until we depart this world.So I urge the faithful catholics wherever we are to make it a point of duty to attend mass daily and also be serious with it and punctual.

  12. micaela
    5 years ago

    very helpful to me. this is my saint's name.

  13. alexzandreia
    5 years ago

    shes is a very innocent saint and she is very nice.

  14. Hannah
    5 years ago

    i chose her as my saint for my confirmation. she is a great role model

  15. J
    5 years ago

    this is my saint name! it is so good to finally read her story!

  16. bob
    6 years ago

    shes cool

  17. nayely
    6 years ago

    This was a very coool saint :)

  18. elizabeth
    6 years ago

    St. Isabel ( Elizabeth) is the ancestor of Queen Isabel who married King Ferdinand and gave Cristobal Colon money and ships.

  19. jennifer
    6 years ago

    One of my good friend is trying to locate the church she was baptized in Portugal. Her family has no recollection and her current church will not allow her to be a godparent without it. Please let me know if there is someone who can help her. Thank you.

  20. Joseph-Bernard Snyder, SFO
    6 years ago

    Please note that St. Elizabeth of Portugal, is NOT the Patron Saint of the Third Order of Saint Francis, as your website: Saint Calendar states. The Patron Saint(s) of the Third Order of Saint Francis, also known as the Secular Franciscan Order, are: St. Elizabeth of Hungry and St. Louis IX King Of France. Thank you.

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