Santa ELISABETTA of Hungary (1207 - November 17, 1231), Hungarian princess, Thuringian langravia as a bride of Ludovico IV called the Saint, who had been promised when she was just four years old and eleven. Raised at the court of Thuringia to receive an education consonant with the future role, the two promises understood and supported each other immediately, in particular he unconditionally approved the vocation of the future bride to the works of charity and charity, although not everyone in the court approved his prodigality. It tells the tradition that one day Elisabetta was in the street with the apron loaded with bread to the poor personally; met Ludovico, who had received criticisms and complaints about his habit of stealing food in the kitchen, he asked her what she was up to: she showed her apron but instead of the miraculous bread of the magnificent roses she appeared; Since then, Ludwig accepted the generosity of his wife without worrying about the malignant. When he was a widow, at the age of twenty-two, he entered the Franciscan Order and retired to the hospital he had erected in Marburg in 1228, depriving himself of his belongings, where he devoted himself to the rest of his life for the care of the sick. The commemoration at the time of the press was celebrated on November 19, the Roman Martiology of 2001 fixes liturgical memory on November 17, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth in the sky). Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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title: ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY

subject date: 2017-11-02

caption: Santa ELISABETTA of Hungary (1207 - November 17, 1231), Hungarian princess, Thuringian langravia as a bride of Ludovico IV called the Saint, who had been promised when she was just four years old and eleven. Raised at the court of Thuringia to receive an education consonant with the future role, the two promises understood and supported each other immediately, in particular he unconditionally approved the vocation of the future bride to the works of charity and charity, although not everyone in the court approved his prodigality. It tells the tradition that one day Elisabetta was in the street with the apron loaded with bread to the poor personally; met Ludovico, who had received criticisms and complaints about his habit of stealing food in the kitchen, he asked her what she was up to: she showed her apron but instead of the miraculous bread of the magnificent roses she appeared; Since then, Ludwig accepted the generosity of his wife without worrying about the malignant. When he was a widow, at the age of twenty-two, he entered the Franciscan Order and retired to the hospital he had erected in Marburg in 1228, depriving himself of his belongings, where he devoted himself to the rest of his life for the care of the sick. The commemoration at the time of the press was celebrated on November 19, the Roman Martiology of 2001 fixes liturgical memory on November 17, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth in the sky). Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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