What is St. Teresa Margaret Redi the patron saint of?


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2015-02-05 22:46:51
2015-02-05 22:46:51

St. Teresa Redi is a saint but not a patron saint.

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There are a number of saints and blesseds named Teresa: Teresa Benedicta of the Cross Teresa Bracco Teresa de Gesu, Jornet y Ibars Teresa Eustochio Teresa Eustochio Verzeri Teresa Grillo Michel Teresa Margaret Redi Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart Teresa Maria de la Cruz Teresa Maria Mastena Teresa Maria of the Cross Teresa Michel Teresa of Avila Teresa of Calcutta Teresa of Portugal Terese of the Andes Teresa of the Child Jesus Saint John of the Cross Teresa Valse Pantellini Teresa Verzeri

There are a number of saints named Teresa so you need to be more specific. Here is a partial list:Teresa BenedictaTeresa Benedicta of the CrossTeresa BraccoTeresa de Gesu, Jornet y IbarsTeresa EustochioTeresa Eustochio VerzeriTeresa Grillo MichelTeresa Margaret RediTeresa Margaret of the Sacred HeartTeresa Maria de la CruzTeresa Maria MastenaTeresa Maria of the CrossTeresa MichelTeresa of AvilaTeresa of CalcuttaTeresa of PortugalTerese of the AndesTeresa of the Child Jesus Saint John of the CrossTeresa Valse PantelliniTeresa Verzeri

Saint Teresa of Ávila, also called Saint Teresa of Jesus, baptized as Teresa Sánchez de Cepeda y Ahumada, (March 28, 1515, at Gotarrendura (Ávila), Old Castile, Spain - October 4, 1582, at Alba de Tormes, Salamanca, Spain.Thérèse de Lisieux (2 January 1873 - 30 September 1897), or Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, born Marie-Françoise-Thérèse Martin, died in Lisieux, FranceSaint Teresa of the Andes, Teresa de Jesús "de los Andes," (July 13, 1900 - April 12, 1920) was a Chilean nun canonized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church died of typhus in los Andes, Chile.Saint Edith Stein (October 12, 1891 - August 9, 1942) was a German-Jewish philosopher, nun, martyr, and saint of the Roman Catholic Church. She was born Jewish but converted to Catholicism. She died in Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi occupied Poland.Saint Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart was born Anna Maria Redi to a large family in Arezzo, Italy in 1747. She died in 1770 in Florence, Italy.

The following saints are memorialized on March 7: Arcadios of Tremithus Ardo of Aniane Deifer of Bodfari Drausinus Enodoch Esterwine of Wearmouth Felicity of Carthage Gaudiosus of Brescia German Gardiner John Ireland John Larke Joseph Olallo Valdés Leonid Feodorov Nestor of Tremithus Paul of Prusa Paul the Simple Perpetua of Carthage Revocatus of Carthage Saturus of Carthage Secundulus of Carthage Teresa Margaret Redi Theophylact Volker of Segeberg

Canonized by Pope Pius XI•Martyrs of North America•Saint Albert the Great•Saint Andrew Bobola•Saint Anthony Daniel•Saint Bernadette of Lourdes•Saint Catherine of Palma•Saint Charles Garnier•Saint Gabriel Lalemant•Saint Isaac Jogues•Saint John Bosco•Saint John de Brebeuf•Saint John de la Lande•Saint John Eudes•Saint John Leonardi•Saint John Mary Vianney•Saint Leonard of Port Maurice•Saint Louise de Marillac•Saint Lucia Filippini•Saint Madeline Sophie Barat•Saint Noel Chabanel•Saint Peter Canisius•Saint Rene Goupil•Saint Robert Bellarmine•Saint Salvator of Horta•Saint Teresa Margaret Redi•Saint Therese of Lisieux•Saint Thomas More

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Redi was born Feburary 19, 1626 in Arezzo, Italy

Francesco Redi proved the theory of spontaneous generation.

Francesco Redi was a doctor and naturalist who was born in Arezzo, Italy on February 18, 1626. Redi was also a published poet. He never married.

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Francesco Redi studied medicine and philosophy at the University of Pisa graduating in 1647.

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Francesco Redi found out in his experiment of were maggots came from that they came from flies and not dead meat.(1668)

Spontaneous generation.

Francesco Redi discovered spontaneous generation. He was famous for his experiments concerning flies "spontaneously growing" from raw meat in jars.

Redi used Meat and Jars and the guaze was important becasue it was covering the flies away form the meat.

He disproved the spontaneous generation

Francesco Redi was an Italian poet and physician. He was born in Pisa, Italy on February 18, 1626 and died in Pisa, Italy on March 1, 1697.

Francesco Redi Concluded that living things can not come from nonliving things such as maggots coming from rotten meat.

he tested it through an expirement

It has something to do with Cell theory

Redi used meat, glass jars, and gauze. He put 2 pieces of meat in 2 different jars, and covered one jar with the gauze.

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Redi reasoned that flies had laid eggs on the meat in the open jar. The eggs hatched into maggots. Because flies could not lay eggs on the meat in the covered jar, there were no maggots there. Therefore, redi concluded that the decaying meat did not produce maggots.

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