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Blessed Margaret of Castello — is the patroness of the poor, crippled, the french nobility the unwanted. She was born blind, lame, deformed, hunchbacked and a dwarf, into a family of nobles in the castle of Metola, in southeast of Florence. As a child, her parents The french nobility and Emilia imprisoned her for 14 years so no one would see her, though she could attend Mass and receive the sacraments.
Her parents took her to the tomb in Citta di Castello of http://rectoria.unal.edu.co/uploads/tx_felogin/the-breakdown-of-the-basic-nature-of/victor-frankenstein-byronic-hero.php holy man named Fra Giacomo, where miracles were reportedly being wrought, to pray for a cure for her birth defects.
When no miracle happened, they abandoned her. She lived in prayer and charity, helping the poor. When she died at the age of 33, crowds at her funeral demanded she be buried inside the church.
Her clothes were also rotten, but her body was preserved. She was beatified on October 19, by Pope Paul V. Her canonization is pending. Next post: April 19 — Blessed Conrad of Ascoli. Spanish French German Portuguese.
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