Blessed Maria Crucified Satellico – Feast Day – November 8 2023

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Blessed Maria Crucified Satellico was also known as Elisabetta Maria.

She was a professed religious from the Poor Clares.

She was born on December 31 1706 in Venice, Italy and died on November 8 1745 at the age of 39 in Ostra Vetere, Italy.

We celebrate her feast day on November 8 every year in the Catholic Church.

Blessed Maria Crucified Satellico Biography
 
Date of Birth December 31 1706
Place of Birth Venice, Italy
Place of Work Italy
Date of Death November 8 1745
Place of Death Ostra Vetere, Italy
Feast Day November 8
Beatification Beatified by Pope John Paul II on October 10 1993
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Blessed Maria Crucified Satellico Life History

Blessed Maria Crucified Satellico was the daughter of Piero Satellico and Lucia Mander. She grew up in her maternal father’s home who was a priest.

Maria was weak and sick while young but very strong in prayers. She always claimed and had the urge to become a nun.

Maria became a spiritual student in the Poor Clare Monastery of Ostra Vetere and was responsible for singing and playing the organ.

Later, She joined the Poor Clares at age 19 and made her religious vocation on May 19 1726 taking the name, Maria Crucified. Served as an abbess of her community.

Blessed Maria died on November 8 1745 at the age of 39 in Ostra Vetere, Italy and buried at the Church of Saint Lucy in Ostra Vetere, Italy.

Bl. Maria Crucified Satellico
Bl. Maria Crucified Satellico

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