Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Saint Liutberga of Windenhausen – Saint of the Day – April 3

St. Liutberga of Windenhausen Biography

St. Liutberga of Windenhausen Profile. Born: 9th century in Germany, Europe. Worked in Germany. Died: April 3 863, 865, 876, 882 or c.870 AD in Thale, Magdeburg, Saxony. Feast Day is celebrated on April 3.


The Memorial of St. Liutberga of Windenhausen – Saint of the Day

St. Liutberga of Windenhausen 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

9th century

Country of Birth

Germany of Europe

Matrimony/Holy Orders

Saints who were Monks



Place of Work


Date of Death

April 3 863, 865, 876, 882 or c.870 AD

Place of Death

Thale, Magdeburg, Saxony

Feast Day

April 3




Canonized by Pre-Congregation

Patron Saint of



Saint Liutberga of Windenhausen
St. Liutberga of Windenhausen

Saint’s Biography

Saint Liutberga was born at the beginning of the 9th century Germany. She was the daughter of Duke Hessis who had converted to Christianity in 775 and died in 804 as a monk at Fulda Monastery.

In 830 to 840 she lived in solitude for God as a hermit, she was given permission by bishop Thiadgrim of Halberstadt to aware the nun veil. St. Liutberga taught crafts, painting and making music to girls. She was visited by bishops who come to seek her advice. Among them was Ansgar from Hamburg-Bremen and Haimo from Halberstadt. 


She died of natural causes in Thale near Magdeburg in Germany on April 3.

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