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The life and afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary

Kenneth Baxter Wolf

The life and afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary

testimony from her canonization hearings

by Kenneth Baxter Wolf

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementtranslated with notes and Interpretive essays by Kenneth Baxter Wolf
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4700.E4 S69 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24419801M
ISBN 109780199732586
LC Control Number2009047290
OCLC/WorldCa466772683

The life and afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary: testimony from her canonization hearings (Book) Life of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, duchess of Thuringia by Charles Forbes Montalembert () Saint Elizabeth of Hungary: a story of twenty-four years by Nesta De Robeck. "St. Elizabeth's Life," Bokenham, Butler, IV, Wolf, The Life and Afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary; MORE PICTURES in Holbein the Elder's St. Sebastian Altar; Prepared in by Richard Stracke, Emeritus Professor of English, Augusta .

Life of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. The Saints are Always Online. J October 6, , Biographies, elizabeth, hungary, ludwig, thuringia, 0. Editor’s Note: due to historians’ conflict over the accounts of her spiritual director Conrad of Marburg, those sections have been removed so that the narrative functions without the author. The life and afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary: testimony from her canonization hearings (Book) St. Elizabeth of Hungary: two medieval offices () Saint Elizabeth of Hungary: a story of twenty-four years by Nesta De Robeck (Book).

The Life and Afterlife of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, , Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei. St. Elizabeth of Hungary, also known as St. Elizabeth of Thuringia, was born in Hungary on July 7, to the Hungarian King Andrew II and Gertrude of Merania. As soon as her life began, she had responsibilities from being a royal pressed upon her. While Elizabeth was very young, her father.


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This book is a study and translation of the testimony given by witnesses at the canonization hearings of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, who died in at age 24 in Marburg, Germany.

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Her other historical books include St. Elizabeth of Hungary: The Voice of a Medieval Woman and Franciscan Penitent in the Sources for her Life (). She has had articles published in many periodicals, including Our Sunday Visitor, The Catholic Digest and L'Osservatore Romano.

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This work is a study and translation of the testimony given by witnesses at the canonization hearings of St. Elizabeth. Conrad of Marburg addressed this brief summary of Elizabeth’s life to Gregory IX in an effort to provide some context for the list of sixty miracles that it accompanied.

It was written sometime between Augwhen Conrad conducted the interviews, and Octothe date of Gregory IX’s response to Conrad’s report. It elucidates the circumstances that led Conrad to gather.The most important extant source of information about Elizabeth’s life are the depositions that were taken before the papal commission in January from Elizabeth’s four closest companions: Guda and Isentrud, two women of high standing who were in close contact with the saint between and ; and Irmgard and Elizabeth, two servants who knew her best between and The Life and Afterlife of St.

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