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When and where was Saint Elizabeth of Hungary born?
After the death of her husband Louis IV, she took vows similar to those of a nun but never became a nun herself.
She had three children: Herman, b 1221; Sophia, b 1223; and Gertrude, b1227.
She became a saint because she was one of the first to know about Mother Mary becoming the Lord's mother. She was also a very well known holy person, and was recognized for t…hat. Plus think of all she went through being the mother St. John the Baptist. He was beheaded and she was the mother of him. Many people probably made her feel bad. Most people would give up and change their ways, but she didn't. She stuck to her beliefs. She was very devoted. I think, mind you, that she was spectacular person and saint.
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.
Elizabeth built a hospital at the foot of the mountain on which her castle stood and tended to the sick herself. She would take the family food from the castle and take it to …the poor and sick. When her husband died, Elizabeth sold all that she had and worked to support her four children. She made gifts of bread to the poor, and a large gift of grain to a famine stricken Germany,
There are several Saints with the name Elizabeth, these are: Saint Elizabeth of Hungary (1207-1231) - Patron saint of hospitals, nurses, bakers, brides, countesses, d…ying children, exiles, homeless people, lacemakers, tertiaries and widows Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton (August 28, 1774 - January 4, 1821) - Patron Saint of Catholic Schools, Shreveport, Louisiana, and the State of Maryland Saint Elizabeth of Portugal (1271-1336). Saint Elizabeth of Reute (1386-1420) Saint Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist. St. Elizabeth, the mother of St. John the Baptist, is the patron saint of expectant mothers. Elizabeth is the patron saint of: •against jealousy •brides •charitable societies •charitable workers •charity workers •charities •Coimbra, Portugal •difficult marriages •falsely accused people •invoked in time of war •peace •queens •tertiaries •victims of adultery •victims of jealousy •victims of unfaithfulness •widows
Saint Elizabeth of Hungary's occupation was taking care of her three children and helping the poor by feeding them and building hospitals for their shelter.
Elizabeth was noted for her ministry to the poor. She built a hospital for them and freqently took food from her own kitchen to feed the hungry. Read more about her work by cl…icking on the link below.
Stephen of Hungary was canonized in the year 1083 by Pope Saint Gregory VII. The precise date is not recorded.
a quote is... "How could I bear a crown of gold when the Lord a crown of thorns?"
her symbols are alms, flowers, bread, the poor, and a pitcher.
The patron of Hungary is St. Stephen (in Hungarian Istvan). He was the first king of Hungary and he was sainted in 1038 by Laszlo I. The feast of St. Stephen is on …the 20th August.
She was a symbol of Christian charity in Germany and Hungary during the early 13th century.
St. Elizabeth (Elizabeth of Hungary) donated a large part of her money to the poor, built hospitals, and after the death of her husband made vows to remain celibate and no…t remarry. It is important to note that no one can make themself a saint. Becoming a saint is a long process and ultimately it is the pope that makes somebody a saint. See the Related Links section for information about the canonization process.