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Blessed Feast of St. Agnes of Montepulciano! Agnes was born on January 28, 1268…

Blessed Feast of St. Agnes of Montepulciano!

Agnes was born on January 28, 1268, in Montepulciano, central Italy. She came from a noble family and, with permission from her parents, entered a Franciscan convent at the age of nine. Agnes received permission from the pope to profess her final vows as a child, normally against Canon law. At the age of fourteen, she became treasurer of her community and abbess six years later. St. Agnes was credited with several miracles during her lifetime, including multiplication of bread as well as curing people from illness from her mere presence.

St. Agnes had many visions, including some of St. Dominic Guzman. Following this, she enacted the Rule of St. Augustine for her community and joined the Dominican Order. Her health declined gradually and no treatment could help her. St. Agnes eventually died on April 20, 1317. (Source: St. Dominic’s Family)

St. Agnes of Montepulciano, pray for us!

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Blessed Feast of St. Agnes of Montepulciano!

Agnes was born on January 28, 1268, in Montepulciano, central Italy. She came from a noble family and, with permission from her parents, entered a Franciscan convent at the age of nine. Agnes received permission from the pope to profess her final vows as a child, normally against Canon law. At the age of fourteen, she became treasurer of her community and abbess six years later. St. Agnes was credited with several miracles during her lifetime, including multiplication of bread as well as curing people from illness from her mere presence.

St. Agnes had many visions, including some of St. Dominic Guzman. Following this, she enacted the Rule of St. Augustine for her community and joined the Dominican Order. Her health declined gradually and no treatment could help her. St. Agnes eventually died on April 20, 1317. (Source: St. Dominic’s Family)

St. Agnes of Montepulciano, pray for us!

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