532 likes. She was also regarded as a great theologian. The young Gertrude’s teacher, later canonized in her own right, was the abbess’ sister Saint Matilda of Hackeborn. At the age of five, she was placed in the care of the Benedictine nuns at Rodalsdorf and later became a nun in the same monastery, of which she was elected Abbess.The following year she was obliged to take charge of the monastery at Helfta, to which she moved with her nuns. Discusses her method of prayer, some sample prayers, and covers some of her revelations. Of them, 87 were Chinese natives and 33 were Western missionaries. St. Gertrude the Great Roman Catholic Church | Traditional Latin Masses 4900 Rialto Road West Chester OH 45069 513.645.4212 St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church, Des Allemands, Louisiana. saint gertrude the great: herald of divine love, tan books, pp. St. Augustine Zhao Rong is honored with a group of 120 martyrs who were killed for their Catholic faith in China from 1648-1930. Gertrude produced numerous writings, although only a … Forward for the Boundless Confidence in Our Lord that St. Gertrude the Great … Shows the depth and sublimity of Our Lord's love for souls who give themselves completely to … 49-50. St. Gertrude, Virgin (Patroness of the West Indies) Feastday-November 16 St. Gertrude was born at Eisleben in Saxony. St. Gertrude was never formerly canonized but she received an equipotent canonization, and a was universal feast day declared in 1677 by Pope Clement XII.

Sailors--who were crossing a sea while on business for Gertrude's monastery--were caught in a ferocious storm and threatened by a large sea animal who they feared would capsize their boat.

An extremely bright and dedicated student , she excelled in literature and philosophy , and when she was old enough, became a Benedictine nun . St. Gertrude the Great, or St. Gertrude of Helfta, was born on January 6, 1256 in Germany. When the call came for her spirit to leave the worn and pain-stricken body, Gertrude was in her forty-fifth or forty-sixth year, and in turn assisted at the death-bed and mourned for the loss of the holy Sister Mechtilde (1281), her illustrious Abbess Gertrude of Hackeborn (1291), and her chosen guide and confidante, St. Mechtilde (1298). St. Gertrude the Great, or St. Gertrude of Helfta, was born on January 6, 1256 in Germany. St. Gertrude the Great. A brief life of this 12th century German Benedictine nun, the only female saint titled "The Great." The feast day of St. Augustine Zhao Rong and the Chinese Martyrs is July 9th. Remnant TV's CATHOLIC SAINTS AND HOLY DAYS pays homage to the great Saint Gertrude.. St. Gertrude the Great, or St. Gertrude of Helfta, was born on January 6, 1256 in Germany.

Gertrude of Helfta was a Benedictine nun, a mystic, a writer, and a theologian who was born in what is now Germany in 1256.

She was also regarded as a great theologian. See More She became a Benedictine, and her deep relationship with Christ in prayer led to her being hailed as a mystic. St. Gertrude the Great, or St. Gertrude of Helfta, was born on January 6, 1256 in Germany. She eventually chose to follow the Lord by pursuing a vocation as a Benedictine Nun. Excerpts Published on the web with permission of Tan Books.

The group was canonized by Pope St. John Paul II in 2000. She was also regarded as a great theologian. She became a Benedictine, and her deep relationship with Christ in prayer led to her being hailed as a mystic. Gertrude of Nivelles, O.S.B. Our Saint is on the left, instructing the novice, St. Gertrude. (also spelled Geretrude, Geretrudis, Gertrud; c. 628 – 17 March 659) was a seventh-century abbess who, with her mother Itta, founded the …

Her deep relationship with the Lord in prayer led to her being hailed as a mystic. The young Gertrude’s teacher, later canonized in her own right, was the abbess’ sister Saint Matilda of Hackeborn. She became a Benedictine, and her deep relationship with Christ in prayer led to her being hailed as a mystic. Gertrude was raised in the Benedictine abbey of Saint Mary of Helfta, Eisleben, Saxony from age five. Canonized: 1677 There are several saints who have the words “the great” after their names, but St. Gertrude the Great is the only female to have that honor. Remnant TV's CATHOLIC SAINTS AND HOLY DAYS pays homage to the great Saint Gertrude. Remnant TV's CATHOLIC SAINTS AND HOLY DAYS pays homage to the great Saint Gertrude.. St. Gertrude the Great, or St. Gertrude of Helfta, was born on January 6, 1256 in Germany. St. Gertrude of Nivelles, the patron saint of cats, lived from 626 to 659 in Belgium. The Chaplet of Saint Gertrude is prayed on the commonly known and popular Marian Rosary of 59 beads: Cross + 1 + 3 + 1 + Medal / 10 + 1 + 10 + … She became a Benedictine, and her deep relationship with Christ in prayer led to her being hailed as a mystic.