St. Colette of Corbie - Jean M. Heimann

St. Colette of Corbie - Jean M. Heimann

March 6 - St. Colette http://www.ucatholic.com/saints/saint-colette/ St. Colette  (1381-1447) was not only a woman of sincere piety, but also intelligent and energetic, and exercised a remarkable moral power over all her associates. She was very austere and mortified in her life, for which God rewarded her by supernatural favours and the gift of miracles.

Colette was the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby Abbey in Picardy, France. Orphaned at seventeen, she distributed her inheritance to the poor. She became a Franciscan tertiary, and lived at Corby as a solitary.

St Colette Patron of Healthy Childbirth Roll on Body Oil

St Colette Patron of Healthy Childbirth Roll on Body Oil

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Founder and mystic, one of the first Servants of Mary or Serviettes. The son of a wealthy merchant in Florence, Italy, Alexis and six companions joined the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin in Florence in 1225. Gathered together on the Feast of the Assumption in 1233, the group experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary which inspired them to found a new religious ...continue reading

Founder and mystic, one of the first Servants of Mary or Serviettes. The son of a wealthy merchant in Florence, Italy, Alexis and six companions joined the Confraternity of the Blessed Virgin in Florence in Gathered together on the Feast of the Assu

ST. COLETTE :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

Colette: he founded seventeen convents with the reformed rule and reformed several older convents. She was reknowned for her sanctity, ecstacies, and visions of the Passion, and prophesied her own death in her convent at Ghent, Belgium

Saint Colette (13 January 1381 – 6 March 1447), born Nicole Boellet (or Boylet), was a French abbess and the foundress of the Colettine Poor Clares, a reform branch of the Order of Saint Clare, better known as the Poor Clares. Due to a number of miraculous events claimed during her life, she is venerated as the patron saint of women seeking to conceive, expectant mothers and sick children.

Colette was the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby Abbey in Picardy, France. She was born on January christened Nicolette, and called Colette. Orphaned at seventeen, she distributed .

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