Information on St. Catherine of Siena, a Third Order Dominican, mystic, Doctor of the Church, who died in 1380.
Catherine of Sienna, Reformer and Spiritual Teacher
Biographical profile. With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Catherine of Siena
Third Order Dominican, hermit, reformer, mystic, d. 1380. Biographical article by Edmund G. Gardner.
Catholic Online: St. Catherine of Siena
Brief hagiography of this Doctor of the Church, and patron saint of Italy.
CatholicSaints.Info: Catherine of Siena
Domestic Church: Saint Catherine of Siena
Three accounts: for children ages 0-8, children 8-14, and ages 14-adult.
Lives of Saints: Saint Catherine of Siena
Virgin. From the book "Lives of Saints", published by John J. Crawley.
St. Catherine of Sienna, 1347-1380
Essay on her life, from the book "The Saints: A Concise Biographical Dictionary," edited by John Coulson.
St. Catherine of Sienna, Virgin
From Fr. Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints.
Women Saints, Doctors of the Church
Short feature story by Jone Johnson Lewis on SS. Teresa of Avila and Catherine of Siena, the first two women Doctors of the Church.
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