Dominican Nun

St. Margaret of Hungary

Nun and Virgin St. Margaret was born to Emperor Bela IV and Mary Lascaris in 1242. She was placed in the Monastery of Veszprem for her education and later, she received the Dominican habit in Buda. She made profession to Humbert of Romans, fifth Master General, at a meeting of the General Chapter at Buda Read more…

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Blessed Imelda’s Miraculous Communion

On May 12th 1333, the day of the vigil of the Ascension, Blessed Imelda Lambertini, a Dominican nun aged just 9 (!) knelt in prayer and the “Light of the Host” was witnessed above her head by the sacristan, who then fetched the Priest so he could see. After seeing this miracle, the priest felt Read more…

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Blessed Anna of the Angels Monteagudo

Nun and Virgin Blessed Anna was born in Arequipa, Peru, in the year 1602 and in 1619 professed solemn vows in the monastery of St. Catherine of Siena. There she fulfilled the offices of sacristan, mistress of novices and prioress. She was completely taken up in prayer with God, yet did not neglect the needs Read more…

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