St. Mary Hermina Grivot Biography
St. Mary Hermina Grivot 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||April 28, 1866|
|Country of Birth||France of Europe|
|Matrimony/Holy Orders||Saints who were Not Married|
|Place of Work||China|
|Date of Death||July 9, 1900|
|Place of Death||Taiyuanfu, China|
|Feast Day||July 8|
|Beatification||Beatified by Pope Pius XII|
|Canonization||Canonized by Pope John Paul II|
|Patron Saint of||N/A|
Saint Mary Hermina Grivot, little girl of a cooper and a servant. Irma was a functioning, warm, touchy, smart yet wiped out tyke, and her training ceased at the basic level. She felt attracted to religious life, yet her family contradicted it, She functioned as a guide to make her own particular manner, and in 1894 she entered a pre-newcomer of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary at Vanves close Paris, France, at that point her amateur at Les Châtelets in July, taking the name Marie Hermine de Jésus. Her weakness made her spend a more drawn out than expected noviate, demonstrating that she was fit for the rigors of evangelist life.
She served in her home by dealing with the records in Les Chatelets and Vanves, thinking about the wiped out in Marseilles, France and afterward as unrivaled of the ministers in Taiyuanfu, China. In 1898 she and six sisters were sent to the Shanxi ward in China to serve the poor in emergency clinics, and care for the undesirable or different destitutes in shelters. There they all passed on in the Boxer Rebellion. One of the Martyrs of Shanxi and the Martyrs of China.