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Matilda was the daughter of Count Dietrich of Westphalia and Reinhild of Denmark. She was also known as Mechtildis and Maud. She was raised by her grandmother, the Abbess of Eufurt convent. Matilda married Henry the Fowler, son of Duke Otto of Saxony, in the year 909. He succeeded his father as Duke in the year 912 and in 919 succeeded King Conrad I to the German throne. She was noted for her piety and charitable works. She was widowed in the ... Continue Reading

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  1. amelia
    4 years ago

    i want my confirmation name to be Matilda :)

  2. Heather
    4 years ago

    Hello, my name is Heather, and I chose Matilda as my saint for conformation because I love to help people, and so did she.

  3. sam
    4 years ago

    i LOVE the name matilda!! i go to a public school!

  4. mc khelly a parate
    4 years ago

    mmmm im so very catholic person who want the life of all saint im so very glad when i saw the website of the saint.............

  5. teresa a
    4 years ago

    this website rules it's the best

  6. Alanna
    4 years ago

    Hi , Im choosing Matilda for my confirmation name this year. I love what St Matilda stood for, and I love her name too. Im glad that there are others of you who took her name too!! I go to a Catholic school too.

  7. bryanna
    5 years ago

    i choose Matilda for my saint for my saint report bye

  8. Mari
    5 years ago

    I am using her as my saint for all saint's day

  9. angela
    5 years ago

    i am choosing Matilda as my saint name...thank you for the information

  10. Ellie
    5 years ago

    Hi, I picked Matilda as my saint for confirmation. I also go to a catholic school

  11. Annie
    5 years ago

    I picked Matilda as my Saint for confirmation

  12. LaUrA
    6 years ago

    hi my friends confirmation name is matilda mine is bridgit bye n i also go 2 catholic school

  13. jenna
    6 years ago

    hi i'm jenna my cousin is called matilda I am a very catholic person I go to a catholic school bye xxxxxooooooo

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