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St. Elizabeth was born in Hungary in 1207, the daughter of Alexander II, King of Hungary. At the age of four she was sent for education to the court of the Landgrave of Thuringia, to whose infant son she was betrothed. As she grew in age, her piety also increased by leaps and bounds. In 1221, she married Louis of Thuringia and in spite of her position at court began to lead an austerely simple life, practiced penance, and devoted herself to ... Continue Reading

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  1. eriiinnnnn
    4 years ago

    hahah. me too.. my confirmation name!

  2. stephanie
    4 years ago

    This is SUPER helpful it'll be my confirmation name

  3. katie
    4 years ago

    my class is doing a presentation on saints for 3 weeks in church and this is the most helpful page i have found thanks

  4. gianina malka DAVID
    4 years ago

    haha this is very helpful in my assignment i luv this

  5. Liz
    4 years ago

    Thank you for this helpful page! [:

  6. jenna
    4 years ago

    hi my middle name is elizabeth and my class is doing saints and real like plays of the saints and i am doing st.elizabeth because it is my middle name

  7. Christina
    4 years ago

    This is a great source of information! It really helped with my conformation project! She is a great saint!!!

  8. maddi kay
    4 years ago

    this is a great website and is easy to use my confirmation saint is St. Elizabeth of Hungary and this source was very helpful (:

  9. Mackenzie
    4 years ago

    This site is so cool I am doing
    a Saint report on St.Elizabeth
    in Religion and then we dress up and read our report!

    Thank you very much

  10. Cassie
    4 years ago

    I am choosing her for confirmation and this really helped. This website is amazing with all of the saints they have info on!

  11. Erin Streeter
    4 years ago

    this was very unhelpful.

  12. Elizabeth
    4 years ago

    im doing a project on her and she is so cool

  13. tabatha
    4 years ago

    im doing my confirmation and she is pretty good

  14. Nicole
    4 years ago

    Both my paternal and maternal grandmothers were named after her. O Saint Elizabeth. Please Pray to Jesus on the behalf of man and the sin of your bloodline to be forgiven, thank you for your life and holy name. Please pray for my family and please pray to Christ Jesus for mercy favor for my sin to be forgiven. Please help me to forgive my sins and those of other men. Amen.

  15. Alice Tambayo
    4 years ago

    st Elizabeth is my fave saint since i entered st scholastic college manila :)

  16. Erin
    4 years ago

    Omg im doing my conformation as well but i might do St Maria Goretti she seems better

  17. colio
    4 years ago

    i am making my confirmation this year, 2009, and this was almost all of the info that i need. thx so much!!! i admire saint elizabeth so much and i love bread!!!

  18. Gee-za-leena
    4 years ago

    WOW GUYS, i wass doing a st. project here nd you just likke totally saved my life here. hahaha saved my life, st elizabeth of hungary hahaa it makes sencee, saved my life. anyway i would like to thank my goldfish, bob. :) love you maann

  19. rinarox
    5 years ago

    wow guys, same here! im part of
    the 2009 Confirmation Class! (:

  20. lola
    5 years ago

    Omg thank god you had this it saved me when I was doing a saint Project


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