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The 25th child of a wool dyer in northern Italy, St. Catherine started having mystical experiences when she was only 6, seeing guardian angels as clearly as the people they protected. She became a Dominican tertiary when she was 16, and continued to have visions of Christ, Mary, and the saints. St. Catherine was one of the most brilliant theological minds of her day, although she never had any formal education. She persuaded the Pope to go back ... Continue Reading

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  1. SKW
    4 years ago

    After St. Catherine of Siena died, she was buried in Rome. The people of Siena wanted her body, but knowing they couldn't carry the whole thing they just took her head. When the smugglers were confronted by the Roman guard, the bag they were carrying her head in was full of flowers instead. When they got to Siena, her head was there again. Her mummified head and thumb are in the basilica there.

  2. Elise
    4 years ago

    Hey! my middle name is Catherine and i totally love her. She's totally awesome!! GO CATHOLICS!! We rule!

  3. lala
    4 years ago

    what is the name of her parents

  4. mat
    4 years ago

    this was very helpful for me

  5. kathryn j
    4 years ago

    good.but it should say something about how she became a saint. otherwise, thanks

  6. Cathryn
    4 years ago

    St. Catherine is the name of our section

  7. amber
    4 years ago

    i am going to choose saint Catherine for my confirmation

  8. Geoffrey arita
    4 years ago

    i like this saint and would like to read more about her

  9. Michaela
    4 years ago

    This helped me a bunch with my project thankkkkkkkk youuuuu!?!

  10. Danielle
    4 years ago

    I am extremely moved by this saint. When I read that Christ gave her the Stigmata, I began to cry. What a wonderful saint to read about! I would love to learn a lot about her! God bless.

  11. Catherine
    4 years ago

    I want to read more about st Catherine. I Like it!!

  12. nichodemus
    4 years ago

    can i have a copy of the saint's book

  13. hot_Pink_Gal
    4 years ago

    St Catherine is my confirmation name

  14. Catherine Nyinabagenzi
    4 years ago

    Am very happy to read about my Saint Catherine of Sienna but I would love to get more information about her.

  15. Catherine Mary
    4 years ago

    I need more info about her. St. Catherine, pray for me

  16. anna
    4 years ago

    this website needs more info!

  17. Yolanda
    4 years ago

    I ALSO NEED TO SEE INFO.

  18. helina
    4 years ago

    need more information/ not enough

  19. Yolanda
    4 years ago

    I think we need more pics too.

  20. tori
    4 years ago

    need more info....but good too


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