"My Favorite Saint" St. Elizabeth of Hungary By Marissa Mossorofo

St. Elizabeth was born in Bratislava, Slovakia, on July 7, 1207. She died in Marburg, Germany, on November 17, 1231.

St. Elizabeth of Hungary is the patron saint of baking. Her feast day is November 17th.

Elizabeth was in an arranged marriage by her father to Ludwig IV of Thuringia, a German nobleman. When she was 4 years old, Elizabeth was sent away for education at the court of the Landgrave of Thuringia. In 1221 she married Ludwig and had 3 children with him, two who became members of nobility and the third entering the religious life. Throughout her life, Elizabeth lived a life full of prayer and a service to the poor.

Some interesting facts about St. Elizabeth of Hungary:

When Elizabeth was 6 years old, her mother was murdered. Because of this, she sought peace in her life through prayer.

Because of her marriage to Ludwig IV of Thuringia, a German nobleman, Elizabeth was apart of the royal court and she used her royal position to advance her mission for charity.

Dear St. Elizabeth of Hungary. Please help me in my everyday life to always be kind to others and offer my help whenever I can. The


First picture- https://www.pinterest.com/pastorjbd/saint-elizabeth-of-hungary/

Second picture- http://www.pilgrimcenterofhope.org/event/afternoon-tea-with-st-elizabeth-of-hungary/

Third picture- http://www2.wau.org/resources/article/re_st._elizabeth_of_hungary

Forth picture- https://www.flickr.com/photos/lenarpoetry/8060762373

Fifth picture- http://dlandcatholic.blogspot.com/2013/11/st-elizabeth-of-hungary.html

Sixth picture- http://farfalline.blogspot.com/2015_11_01_archive.html

Information- http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=45

I have neither given nor received unauthorized help on this work. Marissa Mossorofo

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