When and where was Saint Elizabeth of Hungary born?
Saint Elizabeth was born in 1207 in the royal palace at Pozsony, in what is now Bratislava, overlooking the Danube River.
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Saint Elizabeth became a saint because she donated a lot of her money to the poor. She built houses, and founded a lot of hospitals and helped a lot of helpless children, espe…cially orphans.
The feast day of St. Elizabeth of Hungary is November 17.
She was a symbol of Christian charity in Germany and Hungary during the early 13th century.
No, Elizabeth was not a martyr. She died of natural causes.
November 17, 1231
She had three children: Herman, b 1221; Sophia, b 1223; and Gertrude, b1227.
a quote is... "How could I bear a crown of gold when the Lord a crown of thorns?"
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Elisabeth was married at the age of fourteen, widowed at twenty. As is common with royalty in the 1200's their children were privately tutored. Re…viewing material there is no evidence that St Elizabeth attended school, so we make the assumption that she was privately tutored.
Elizabeth was born in the year 1207 at Presburg, Hungary. The exact date is unknown.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary preached mostly throughout Hungary, which is located in Europe, near Germany.
ST Elizabeth daughter of Andrew the ll born in Hungary grew up in Germany, Hungary
She was a princess and the daughter of King Andrew of Hungary. Elizabeth built a hospital at the foot of the mountain on which her castle stood and personally tended to the si…ck herself. Her family and other courtiers opposed this, but she insisted she could only follow Christ's teachings, not theirs. She was motivated by her love of Our Lord and a desire to follow his teachings.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary is Christ-like because she devoted her life to caring for the poor, the sick, and the elderly. She could have chosen a life of riches, but instead she… led a life of poverty. She helped everyone in need, gave food to the poor, and even started several hospitals for the sick and elderly. She is Christ-like because she cared more about others than about herself.
No, the patron saints of Hungary are the following saints: . Astricus . Gerard Segrado . Our Lady of Hungary . Stephen of Hungary .
she lived in hungary and germany.