Friday, September 11, 2009

Catholic Wonderworkers: 15th Century

15th Century
Bl. Albert Berdini of Sarteano () [1385-8/15/1450] - (1)

St. Albert of Csanád () [†5/28/1492] - (1)

Bl. Alvarez of Cordova () [†2/19/1430] - (1)

Bl. Andrew Abellon of France (friar & priest) [1375-5/15/1450] - (1) many healings at his grave; (2)
Bl. Andrew Franchi of Pistoia () [1335-5/26/1401] - (1) incorrupt body

Bl. Andrew Grego of Peschiera (Franciscan monk and Apostle of the Valtelline) [1400-1/18/1485] - (1) miracles during his lifetime; (2) miracles at his tomb; (3) while he was preaching he told heretics to open the book they gave him to learn from and a snake came out of the book

Bl. Angelina of Spoleto (Poor Clare nun) [†8/20/1450] – (1) incorrupt body

Bl. Anthony della Chiesa of Vercelli () [1394-1/22/1459] - (1)

Bl. Anthony Garazez () [†7/18/1499] - (1)

Bl. Anthony Neyrot (martyr) [1423-4/10/1460] - (1)

Bl. Anthony of Stroncone (blue-blooded Franciscan lay brother who fought the Fraticelli heresy) [1381-2/7/1461] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)

St. Antonius of Florence (Dominican archbishop of Florence) [3/1/1389-5/2/1459] - (1)

Bl. Archangela Girlani of Trino (Eleanor Girlani: Carmelite prioress) [1460-1/25/1495](1) levitation; (2) incorruptible body; (3) ecstasies, inc. one that lasted 24 hours; (4) ; (5) ; (6) ; (7)
Bl. Augustine Fangi of Biella (Dominican friar & priest) [1430-7/22/1493] - (1) resurrected deformed child so that he could be baptized; (2) miraculously put back together shards of a wine jug and through his prayer refilled it with wine; (3) exorcised five demons from a woman; (4) incorrupt body found 40 years after his repose despite burial in a damp place and coffin floating on water
Bl. Balthasar Ravaschieri of Chiavari (Franciscan priest & preacher) [1420-10/17/1492] - (1) while meditating in the woods, he had a vision of the Theotókos; (2) miraculously protected from dangerous snowstorm

Bl. Bartholomew of Cervere (martyr) [1420-4/21/1466] - (1)

Bl. Bartholomew Placidus of Recanati () [1400-6/5/1473] - (1)

Bl. Bartholomew Fanti (Carmelite priest) [†1495] - (1)
St. Beatrix da Silva Meneses () [1424-9/1/1490] - (1)

Bl. Bernard Scammacca () [1430-1/11/1487] - (1)

Bl. Bernardine of Feltre (Martin Tomitani: priest and missionary) [1439-9/28/1494] - (1)
St. Bernardine of Siena (Franciscan priest and Apostle of Italy who is responsible for the popular devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus) [1380-5/20/1444] - (1) ; (2) many miracles at his tomb
St. Casimir Jagiellon (Confessor and Prince of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania) [10/3/1458-3/4/1484] – (1) incorrupt body
St. Catherine of Bologna (author of Treatise on the Seven Spiritual Weapons Necessary for Spiritual Warfare) [9/8/1413-3/9/1463] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) 18 days of miracles at her grave before she was exhumed; (3) visions of God; (4) visions of Satan whom she overcame
Bl. Catherine of Pallanza () [1437-4/6/1478] - (1)

Bl. Christopher of Milan (Dominican abbot) [†3/1/1484] - (1)

Bl. Clara Gambacorta of Pisa () [1362-4/17/1419] - (1)

St. Colette Boyle of Corbie (Poor Clare nun and superioress) [1/13/1381-3/6/1447] - (1) ; (2)
Bl. Constantius of Fabriano () [†2/25/1481] - (1)

Bl. Damian dei Fulcheri of Finario (blue-blooded Dominican preacher & missionary) [†10/26/1484] - (1) ; (2)

St. Didacus of Seville () [1400-11/12/1463] - (1)

Bl. Elizabeth of Mantua () [1428-2/19/1468] - (1)

St. Eustochia Calafato (abbess) [3/25/1434-1/20/1491] - (1) incorrupt body; (2)

Bl. Eustochium of Padua (Lucrezia Bellini: Benedictine nun) [1444-2/13/1469] - (1) name of Jesus cauterized on her breast

Bl. Frances d'Amboise () [9/28/1427-11/4/1485] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)

St. Frances of Rome (widowed Benedictine nun foundress of the Oblates of the Tor de' Specchi a.k.a. the Collatines) [1384-3/9/1440] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) ; (3)
Bl. Gabriel Ferretti of Ancona (blue-blooded Franciscan Provincial of Piceno) [1385-11/12/1465] - (1)

St. Gemma of Sulmona (virgin) [†5/13/1439] - (1) incorrupt body

Bl. Helen del Cavalcanti of Udine (Augustinian tertiary nun) [†4/23/1458] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Herculanus of Piegaro () [†5/28/1451] - (1) incorrupt body despite very wet tomb; (2) inedia

Bl. James of Bitetto (Franciscan lay-brother) [1400-4/27/1496] - (1) ecstasies; (2) levitation; (3) other miracles

Bl. James Grissinger of Ulm (Dominican lay brother & long-time painter of stained glass images) [1407-10/11/1491] - (1)

St. James Oldo of Lodi (Franciscan priest) [1364-1404] - (1) incorrupt body found seven years after his repose; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)

Bl. James of Strepar () [1350-6/1/1411] - (1)

Bl. Jane of Portugal () [1452-1490] - (1) ; (2)

St. Jane Scopelli of Reggio (nun foundress & first prioress of Our Lady of the People Carmelite priory in Reggio) [1428-7/9/1491] - (1)

St. Jeanne Marie de Maille (Franciscan tertiary nun) [1331-3/29/1414] - (1)

St. Joan of Arc (martyr and military leader) [1412-5/30/1431] – (1) resurrecting the dead; (2) ; (3)
St. John of Capistrano () [1386-10/23/1456] - (1)
Bl. John Dominic de Banchini () [1356-6/10/1419] - (1)

St. John of Dukla () [1414-9/29/1484] - (1)

St. John of Sahagun (priest) [1419-6/11/1479] - (1)

Bl. Julian of Norwich () [1342-5/13/1423] - (1)

St. Lawrence Justiniani of Venice (Augustinian Patriarch of Venice) [1381-1/8/1455] - (1)

St. Lidwina of Schiedam () [4/18/1380-4/14/1433] - (1)

Bl. Luigi Morbioli of Bologna () [1433-11/9/1485] - (1)

Bl. Magdalen Albrizzi () [†5/15/1465] - (1)

Bl. Margaret of Savoy (Franciscan tertiary nun) [1382-11/23/1464](1) incorruptible body; (2) visions; (3) ecstasies; (4) other miracles

Bl. Mark of Montegallo (blue-blooded Franciscan hieromonk & preacher) [1426-3/20/1497] - (1)

Bl. Mary Mancini of Pisa () [1355-1/30/1431] - (1)

Bl. Matthew Carrieri of Mantua (Matteo Carrieri: Dominican friar) [†10/5/1470] - (1) stigmata

St. Nicholas of Flüe (married layman who became a hermit) [3/21/1417-3/21/1487] - (1)

St. Nuño de Santa Maria Álvares Pereira of Portugal (widower Carmelite lay brother) [6/24/1360-11/1/1431] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 7/3/2008

Bl. Oddino Barrotti of Fossano () [1334-7/7/1400] - (1)

Bl. Peter Capucci of Città di Castello (Dominican preacher) [1390-10/21/1445] - (1)

St. Peter de Geremia of Palermo () [8/1/1381-3/3/1452] - (1)

St. Peter Regalatus of Spain (Franciscan reformer who observed nine personal Lenten periods annually) [1390-3/30/1456] - (1) incorrupt body found 1782, 326 years after his repose; (2) bilocation; (3) prophecy; (4) other miracles

St. Rita of Cascia (nun) [†1457] - (1) incorrupt bodyBl. Seraphina Sforza of Italy (Sueva Sforza: blue-blooded Poor Clare virgin abbess) [1432-9/8/1478] - (1) incorrupt relics; (2)

St. Simon of Lipnica (Franciscan priest & preacher) [1437-7/18/1482] - (1)

Bl. Stanislas Kazimierczyk of Poland (priest) [9/27/1433-5/3/1489] - (1)

Bl. Stephen Bandelli () [1369-6/12/1450] - (1)

Bl. Thomas Bellacci the Confessor of Florence (Franciscan lay brother, novice master, & missionary) [1370-10/29/1447] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Ursula Haider of Leutkirch () [1413-1/20/1498] - (1)

Bl. Veronica of Milan () [1445-1/13/1497] - (1)

Bl. Veronica of Strzelno () [†4/19/1466] - (1)

St. Vincent Ferrer (Dominican missionary) [1350-4/5/1419] - (1) resurrecting the dead

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