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St. Catherine was born in Florence in 1522. Her baptismal name was Alexandrina, but she took the name of Catherine upon entering religion. From her earliest infancy she manifested a great love of prayer, and in her sixth year, her father placed her in the convent of Monticelli in Florence, where her aunt, Louisa de Ricci, was a nun. After a brief return home, she entered the convent of the Dominican nuns at Prat in Tuscany, in her fourteenth ... Continue Reading

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  1. George (Sydney-Australia)
    3 years ago

    Jesus's life-saving, compulsory, Eternal-life-teaching to ALL of the sick, fading World:

    HE MUST INCREASE-WE MUST DECREASE!!!

    And too, be like beautiful Saint Catherine de Ricci-with Him in Heaven.

    A fascinating, inspirational, incorrupt, supernatural gift from GOD. THANK YOU.

  2. kene ifedi
    3 years ago

    is she the same as st Anne Catherine Emmerich the author of the dolorous passion of our Lord Jesus Christ? i love that book

  3. kathy picardi
    3 years ago

    I am very interested in learning more of St catherine de Riccis"s prayers? And any novenas I can make to her for help againt abusiive relaionships. I have endure 8 spine surgeries in 11 years and live in constant back pain and sciatic nerve pain sshooting down both legs, Please I am having a difficult times locatime her prayers.Thank you so much four time , Sincerely, kathy Picardi

  4. Martin
    3 years ago

    Her spiritual growth was more at six years than mine in this late stage of life.

    I shall continue to strive to increase God and decrease myself... to try to make up for the grace that I have missed in my early life.

    Thank You St. Catherine de Ricci for lighting the path to glory.

    God Bless You all.

  5. Kelly
    4 years ago

    Wow very interesting!!!


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