Friday, November 22, 2019

Saint Hedwig Queen of Poland – Saint of the Day – July 17

St. Hedwig, Queen of Poland Biography

Saint Hedwig, Queen of Poland Profile. Born: February 18 1374 in Hungary, Europe. Worked in Hungary. Died: July 17 1399 in Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland. Feast Day is celebrated on July 17.
 
The Memorial of Saint Hedwig, Queen of Poland – Saint of the Day

St. Hedwig, Queen of Poland Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Date of Birth February 18 1374
Country of Birth Hungary in Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Saints who were Married
Profession Queen
Place of Work Hungary
Date of Death July 17 1399
Place of Death Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland
Feast Day July 17
Beatification Beatified by Pope John Paul II
Canonization Canonized by Pope John Paul II
Patron Saint of N/A

Biography

Saint Hedwig, Queen of Poland, Most youthful girl of King Louis I of Hungary. Since she was the great-niece to King Casimir III of Poland, she progressed toward becoming Queen of Poland in 1382 upon her dad’s passing. She was locked in to William, Duke of Austria, whom she cherished, however severed the relationship so as to wed Jagiello, non-Christian Prince of Lithuania, at age 13 for political reasons. She offered her hopelessness in this marriage to Christ, and she in the long run changed over her better half; Jagiello was later known as King Landislaus II of Poland after the unification of the kingdoms, an association that kept going more than 400 years. Noted for her philanthropy to all, particularly the sick and poor, and for a correction of the laws to support poor people.

Saint Hedwig, Queen of Poland
St. Hedwig, Queen of Poland