Table of Contents
- 1 When was Saint Clare born and died?
- 2 Where did Saint Clare die?
- 3 How long did St Clare live for?
- 4 Why was Saint Clare a saint?
- 5 How old was Saint Clare of Assisi when she died?
- 6 What did St Clare of Assisi do for the church?
- 7 What is St Clare famous for?
- 8 What was saint Clare known for?
- 9 What were St. Clare’s miracles?
When was Saint Clare born and died?
Clare of Assisi, Clare also spelled Clara, Italian Santa Chiara d’Assisi, (born July 16, 1194, Assisi, duchy of Spoleto [Italy]—died August 11, 1253, Assisi; canonized 1255; feast day August 11), abbess and founder of the Poor Clares (Clarissines).
Where did Saint Clare die?
Saint Clare of Assisi/Place of death
How long did St Clare live for?
Clare of Assisi
|Saint Clare of Assisi O.S.C.|
|Born||Chiara Offreduccio 16 July 1194 Assisi, Duchy of Spoleto, Holy Roman Empire|
|Died||11 August 1253 (aged 59) Assisi, Papal States|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church, Anglican Communion, Lutheran Church|
|Canonized||26 September 1255, Rome by Pope Alexander IV|
Why was Saint Clare a saint?
Saint Clare of Assisi was born into a wealthy Italian family but soon shunned her luxurious upbringing to embrace the life of piety and poverty. After Francis’ death, Clare continued his work and broadened her own influence. Clare died in 1253 and was canonized two years later by Pope Alexander IV.
How old was Saint Clare of Assisi when she died?
59 years (1194–1253)
Saint Clare of Assisi/Age at death
What did St Clare of Assisi do for the church?
Clare of Assisi (1194-1253) was one of the most influential women in the early medieval period of Roman Catholic church history. She is thought to be the first woman in the history of the church to write her own rule, or guidelines for the religious life of her order.
What is St Clare famous for?
Clare of Assisi is the patron saint of televisions and computer screens, believe it or not. An early follower of St. Francis, Clare founded The Order of Poor Ladies, which eventually became known as the Poor Clares.
What was saint Clare known for?
What were St. Clare’s miracles?
Clare’s deep union with the Lord and persistent prayers, often were rewarded by miracles. Twice, God saved the convent through the intercession of St. Clare. In September 1240, hoards of Saracen mercenaries attacked the walls of the monastery on their way to the city.