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Illuminata Bembo, Abbess, +1496, Venice /Emilia, Italy. Disciple of Saint Catherine of Bologna. BF 8512, n. 4072 (19513). Giulinai, Innocenzo, O.F.M. Splendori di santitá nel Secondo Ordine Francescano nelle Venezie. Venezia Franciscana 20 ( 1953): 34, 145202. J. a San Antonio 112. MartFran - March 18. Nuñez, L. M. Le compagne della Santa. La Santa nella storia, nelle lettere e nell'arte. Bologna 1912:152-168. P. Antonio 68; SerMart - March 18. Writings: Specchio di illuminazione sulla vita di S. Caterina da Bologna. [Ms. preserved in the Monastero del Corpus Domini, at Bologna.] Publications on the Writings: Specchio di illuminazione sulla vita di S. Caterina da Bologna. Ferrare: Clarisses of Ferrare, 1975. G. Sabadino degli Arienti. Gynevera de la clare Donne. Bologna: Arch. Statale, 1480: f.80r.] Contains other writings by Illuminata Bembo.] Curiosità letterarie inedite o rare. Bologna 1888: 223-4. Lainati I: 27, 193, 357, 385, 445, 448, 480, 497, 519, 529, 532, 586, 694, 704, 722, 776, 778; II: 921, 998, 1002, 1040, 1059, 1083, 1144, 1219, 1584. Inez de la Cruz, 1620?-1684, Spain. Escritoras - 237. Inés de Jesús, ca 1600, Spain. Escritoras - 131. Inés María Cuartero, O.S.C. Cap. 17081778, Spain. BF 676, n. 8535 (197480). Escritoras - 313. Madre Inés María Cuartero, capuchina, 17081778. Libro memorial en el segundo centenario de su muerte. Presentatión by Rufino Grández. Gea de Albarracín: Convento de Capuchinnas, 1978. Inés de San Pablo, O. Conc., +1595, Alcala, Spain. BF 663, n. 8309 (19811985). Gutiérrez, Enrique. Sor Inés de San Pablo fundadora de la primera esclavitud mariana en Alcalá. Burgos: Ediciones Aldecoa, 1984. Innocenza da Todi, +ca. 1476, Foligno /Umbria, Italy. MartFran - Dec. 13 Ippolita da Malegnano, +1529, Mortara /Lombardy, Italy.

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MartFran - July 18 Isabel de Coalla, +1618 , Malaga, Spain. Aus - Feb. 7 Isabel de San Francisco, 1611-1679, Spain. Escritoras - 230. Isabel de Santisimo Sacramento, 1832-1902, Spain. Escritoras - 366. Isabel María Santos de Niño Jesús, 1921, Spain. Escritoras - 448. Isabel de San Miguel, +1608, Montilla, Spain. CronEspan - Vol. 7, 602-612. Isabel M. del Niño Jesus (Rodriguez), 1921- Tarragona, Spain. BF 1028 (196473); Lainati II: 1585-6. Publications on the Writings: El primer terciario del mundo. ( Bl. Luchesio). Tarragona 1963. La mujer luz. [Popular life of Saint Clare of Assisi]. Tarragona 1960. La segunda plan tita serafica. [Saint Agnes of Assisi]. Tarragona 1964. Soliloquies con Jesús. Así reza una clarisa. Tarragona 1964. Una martir de la Revolución francesa. [Bl. Josephina Leroux]. Tarragona 1965. Isabel de Villena, 1430-1490, Spain. Escritoras - 3. Isabella Farnesia, ca. 1593-1651, Farnesia /Palestrina, Italy. Castigatio Scriptores MCLXIV (1164). [Listed as Elizabeth.] J. a S. Antonio 326; SerMart - March 6. Nicoletti, A. Vita della Venerabile, Second Edition. Rome 1678. P. Antonio 76; Lainati II: 947, 1048, 1073, 1585. Writings: Religious poems. Her works and those of her sister Francesca were published in Venice , 1679. Publications on the writings: Poesie sacre. Edited by F. Cavalli. Rome 1657. [Includes her poetry.] Isabella Crivelli, +ca. 1527 , Milan, Italy. MartFran - May 17 *Isabella of France,(Queen) Bl. ca. 1225-1270, Longchamp /Paris, France

Sister of Louis the IX, King of France. She was not a Poor Clare herself but lived in the cloister of the Clares. She is included here because she composed a Rule for Poor Clares but it did not endure. Agnes de Harcourt. Legendam parvam M.S. de vita, ac miraculis B. Isabellae. Acta Sanctorum vol. VI, 787ss. BF 335, n. 5261, 5262 (1940-46); 1093, n.4116 (1954-57); 953, n.4537 (195863). Bibliothèque Nationale (Paris). MSS. Français T. LXXIV, 1913. P. F. 10871. Vie et miracles de S. Isabelle de France, fondatrice de Longchamp. [f.35: pictures of B. Isabella given to Longchamp in 1569.] Daniello, M. Vie de Madame Isabelle, soeur de St. Louis, fondatrice de l'Abbaye de Longchamp. Paris, Gaume Greres, 1840. De Clary: III, 8996; Fiege 119, 211. Garreau, Albert. Bienheureuse Isabelle de France, soeur de Saint Louis. (Profils Franciscaines) Paris: Éditions Franciscaines, 1943; 1955. Habig 415. Humani, Maria Castiglione. Isabella di Francia. L'Osservatore Romano 14 febbr. 1942: 3. Marianus 167; MartFran - Feb. 23. Mauger, Gilles. La Bienheureuse Isabelle, soeur de saint Louis. (History for children). Paris: Apostolat des Editions, 1963. Seventh Centenary of the Death of Blessed Isabella of France. PM 19 (1970): 68. Isabella Losa da Cordova, Widow, +1605, Italy. MartFran - March 5; SerMart March 5. Isabella of the Mother of God, +1590, Torres, Portugal. SerMart - March 6 Isabella di S. Francesco, SOG, +1600, Belvis /Placentia, Spain. MartFran - Aug. 28 Isabella Sciapa, SOG, +1615 (Paula Isabella), Milan, Italy. MartFran - Sept. 9 Isabella Sotomayor, SOG, +1605, Belalcazar/Cordova, Spain. MartFran - April 1 Isabella von Michael, -1680, Valencia, Spain. SerMart - March 2 Isabella a S. Stephano, ca. 17th cen. Concerning "Girolama de Castiglia" and other writers, O.S.C. PM 75 (1979): 2. Sbaralea, Supplement.

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Writings: A Life of Christ, published at Valencia in 1497. Jacinta de Atondo, 1645-1716, Spain. Escritoras 273. Jacoba dal Aquila, 1447-1475, Florence, Italy. Companion of Bl. Antonia of Florence. Marianus 311-4. Jacoba Pollicina, 1438 - post 1509, Messina. J. a S. Antonio 95; Lainati I: 26-7, 775; II: 875, 1012, 1577, 1586. La vita della B. Cecilia Coppoli narrata dalle sue Suore. AFH 27 (1934): 356-358. Terrizzi, F.M., S. J. Documenti relativi alla "Vita" della Beata Eustochia Calafato. AFH 58 (1965): 309-29. ___. La Beata Eustochia Calafato nella Leggenda ed in altri documenti del tempo. Messina 1966. Vita della B. Cecilia Coppoli scritta da suo conascenti di Foligno. AFH 28 (1935): 359-65. Wadding, Annales Writings: Leggenda della beata Eustochia. A letter to Cecilia Coppoli informing her of the death of blessed Eustochia. Publications on the writings: Leggenda della beata Eustochia da Messina (Smeralda Calafati Colonna), scritta de suore Jacoba Pollicino sua prima compagna. Testo a penna del sec. XV per la prima volta pubblicato. Messina, 1903. Fantozzi, Antonio, O.F.M. Documenti intorno alla Beata Cecilia Coppoli Clarissa (1426-1500). Lettera alla B. Cecilia intorno alla B. Eustochio da Messina, 1486. AFH 19 (1926): 350-1. Jane of St. Erasmus, SOG, 1575-1649, Philippeville, Netherlands. Habig 48-50. Jeanne Baille, Grenoble, France [?] De Franclieu, A. M. Jeanne Baille et les Clarisses de Grenoble, 1468-1887. Lyons 1887. [Libraire A. Côte.] Jeanne de Tussie (de Jussie), 15031561, Geneva, Switzerland / Annecy, France. Ganter, E. Les Clarisses de Genève. Genève 1949. Humani, Maria Castiglione. Giovanna di Jussie. Frate Francesco 11, 1 (1938): 52-8. Lainati I: 663; II: 1587-8; J. a S. Antonio 95; P. Antonio 73. Rillier, Albert. Notice sur Jeanne de Jussie. 1860. Vuy, Jules. Jeanne de Jussis et les Soeurs de Sainte Claire. Geneve: Tremblay, 1881. Wadding, Annales.

Writings: Le Levain du Calvinisme au commencement de l'hérésie di Genève. Publications on the writings: Le Levain du Calvinisme au commencement de l'hérésie di Genève. Chambery: DuFour, 1611. Many editions, the most recent text in La France franciscaine II (1913): 15-117. Italian: Istoria memorabile del principio dell'eresia di Genevra. Edited Marcellino da Civezza, O.F.M. Prato 1882. Jeanne de Saint-Paul (Jeanne Blondell), P.C.C. , Perigeux, France. Bergerac, Ambroise de. Vie de Soeur Angele de la Croix Pauvre Clarisse du Convent de Perigeux et Biographie de Mille. Jeanne Blondel en religion Mere Jeanne de Saint-Paul, Fondatrice du mene Couvent. Paris: V. Poussielque, 1867. Jeanne Le Royer (Marie de la Nativitè), Martyr, 1734-1798, Fougères, France. BF 667, n. 8416 (19741980). Lainati I:110, 151, 169, 230, 254, 343, 368, 612; II: 910, 979, 1094, 1263, 1382, 1470, 1588-9. Les Clarisses Urbanistes de Fougères, 1633-1792. La France franciscaine 8 (1925): 353-96. Millane, Pacelli, O.S.C. Soeur de la Nativité Le Royer of Fougères: Search for God. [The Search for God in the Tradition of St. Clare.] Thesis presented at St. Bonaventure University, New York, 1994. 110-37. Mystiques Franciscains. Edited, Ivan Gobry. Paris: Éditions Franciscains, 1959: 1806. Roberdel, R.. Vie et visions de soeur [Jeanne Le Royer] de la Nativité, la mystique de Fougères [+1798]. Montsûrs: Ed. Résiac, 1979. Writings: One volume of revelations. One volume of autobiographical notes. A volume composed mostly of letters sent during the Revolution. The fourth volume constitutes a supplement to her life and writings. Publications on the Writings: Nativite, Soeur de la [Jeanne le Royer] Vie et Revelations. Paris: 1819. Vita e rivelazione di Giovanna Le Royer, poi suor della Natività. Clarisse conversa nelle urbaniste di Fougères. Piacenza, 1874-1875. Jerónima de la Asuncion, Ven. (Yánez de la Fuente), 1555-1630, Toledo, Spain, and Philippine Islands, Manila. First Woman Missionary to the Philippines. BF 856, n. 4099, 4100 (19511953). Bibliothecae Minorum Discalceatorum, 1037. Caturla, María Luisa. La Madre Jerónima Yáñez de Velázquez. Arch. Esp. Arte 26 (1953): 125-7. Cause for the beatification and canonization of Venerable Geronima of the Assumption. PM 22 (1970): 13. Habig 1018.

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Heredero, María Encarnación, O.S.C. Illustre Hija de Toledo, La Primera Mujer Misionnera en Oceanía. Toledo: Monasterio de Santa Clara, 1929. ___. La Venerable Madre Jerónima de la Asunción, primera misonera de Oceanía. Esp. Mis. 10 (1953): 249-253. J. a S. Antonio 67; Lainati 16023. Marie Amelia, O.S.C. Venerable Mother Jeronima de la Asuncion, Poor Clare: First Woman Missionary in the Far East. Communion and Communication 16 (1993): 180-6. Ruano, Pedro, O.F.M. Jerónima de la Asuncion: Poor Clares First Woman Missionary to the Philippines. Pref. Antonio-Ma. Rosales, O.F.M. Monasterio de Santa Clara, Quezon City, 1992. Writings: Some letters. Cartas de marear en el mar del mundo. Escritoras - 46. Pyxidicula nautica. [Commended by Fr. Bartholomeo de Latona in Perfecta Religiosa, Chapter 28.] Soliloqula devotissima. Ana de Cristo, O.S.C. Vida de Madre Jeronima de la Asuncion. Manila: Real Monasterio de Santa Clara, 1626. [An unpublished Manuscript preserved in the archives of the Poor Clares in Santa Isabel de Toledo. De Letona, Bartolomé. Vida de la Madre Jerónima de la Asunción. 2 vols. Puebla de las Angeles, 1662. De Quesada, Gines, O.F.M. Exemplo de todas virtudes y vida de la Madre Gerónima de la Assumpción. Madrid, 1713; 2nd. ed. Madrid 1717. [The most complete biography, written by the confessor of Mother Jeronima.] Pérez, Lorenzo. Compendio de la vida de la Venerable Madre Sor Jerónima de la Asunción. Manila, 1903. Jeronima de Malatesti (Hieronyma Castellana, Girolama di Castiglia), Ca. 1450, Spain. Castigatio Scriptores MDCCLX (1760) Concerning "Girolama di Castiglia" and other writers, O.S.C. PM 75 (1979): 2. Sbaralea Supplement. Santa Chiara d'Assisi: Studi e cronaca 329. Writings: Poetry: Lauda. Publications on the writings: Jacobo Aloisii de Morsis. Lauda si Suora Hieronyma de Malatesti dell ordine di Sancta Chiara. Laude facte et composte da piu persone spirituali. Florence: Franciscum Bonaccursium, 1485. Jeronima de Messina, ca. 1450, Messina, Italy. Sbaralea, Supplement. Concerning "Girolama de Castiglia" and other writers O.S.C., in Pro Monialibus 75 (1979): 2.

Writings: Composed a Life of Blessed Eustochia around 1490. Jeronima Tudertina, Florence, Italy. Castigatio Scriptores MDCCLXII(1762). Concerning "Girolama di Castiglia" and other writers O.S.C.. PM 75 (1979): 2. Sbaralea, Supplement; Wadding, Annales, n. 66. Writings: Revision of a Life of Bl. Antonia of Florence. Joanna Angelica, Martyr, O. Conc., +1822, La Lapa, Brazil. Baggio, Hugo D. Mártires concepcionistas. Rio de Janeiro: Editoria "A Cruz", 1968. ___. Joana Angélica, martir da Independência. Petrópolis, R.J.: Editoria Vozes, 1972. BF 1055, n. 7706-8 (19641973). Willeke, Venâncio. A abadessa Joana Angèlica, màrtir da Independência. Itinerarium 19 (1973): 16573. Joanna de Auserstehung, ca. 1586, Valladolid, Spain. SerMart - Jan. 12 Joanna Maria Floriani de Cruce, Ven. (Giovanna Maria della Croce), 1603-1673 (75) Rovereto /Trento, Italy. Reformed two monasteries. Along with others, she erected the monastery of S. Carlo di Rovereto. Her life was written by her first confessor, Franciscus de Cles, Minorite Reform. BBF 853; BF 8512, n. 4072 (19513); 1107,n. 4173 (195457); 1047,n. 7633 (196473). Coreth, Anna. Die Mystik der Klarissin Giovanna Maria della Croce (1603-1673). Jahrbuch für mystische Theologie (Wein/ Münich) 1 (1953): 235-96. Fernando da Riese Pio X. III Centenario della morte di Giovanna Maria della Croce di Rovereto, clarissa. Forma Sororum 10 (1973): 76-80. Giovana M. della Croce ed il suo tempo. Rovereto 1873. Giuliani, Innocenzo, O.F.M. Splendori di santitá nel Secondo Ordine Francescano nelle Venezie. Venezia Francescana 20 (1953): 145202. Hist. Abrégée 308-11; J. a S. Antonio 116. MartFran - March Joan of the Cross Floriani, O.S.C. Pro Monialibus 37 (1973): 5-6. Ossola, Carlo. Giovanna Maria della Croce e I Cammini della Mistica. Nel Solco di Chiara. Forma Sororum 3 (2009): 149-154. P. Antonio 71. Rossaro, Antonio. Giovanna Maria della Croce. Enciclopedia cattólica VI. Città del Vaticano, 1951: 492. SerMart - March 26. Third Centenary of Death of Ven. Joan of the Cross Floriani, O.S.C.... PM 37 (1973):1 0; 38 (1973): 5-6.

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Weber, Bede. Jeanne-Marie de la Criox, Franciscain Religious, et son Epoque. Paris, 1856. Writings: 16 vols. Gospel commentaries. Among these are: Super Cantica. Super onmia Evangelia Dominicalia. Super varias ac difficiles Sacra Scripture Sententias. Constitutiones pro Reformatione secunde Regulae S. Clarae. Meditationes quindecim pro Natalitio Christi Domini. Meditationes 13, ad visitandum Puerum Jesum in Praesepio. Quadraginta pro Domino in deserto visitando. Quadriginta de Domini Pasione. Sexaginta de Christi Resurrectione. Joanna di Navarra, +1387, Longchamp /Paris, France. Marianus 1678; MartFran - July 3 Joanna Von Ordas, +1616, Tordesillas, Spain. Aus - Feb. 21 Johanna Bachmanr, SOG, +1748, Münich, Germany. SerMart - Jan. 19. Johanna Baptista Wenzel, +1745, Brixen, Tirol. SerMart - March 5. Johanna Bella, 1480, Grenoble, France ? SerMart - Jan. 27 Jolenta (Iolenta, Yolande), Bl. 1235-1298, Stary Sacz and Gnesen, Poland. Royal Foundress. Daughter of Bela IV, King of Hungary and Duchess of Poland. Her cult was approved by Pope Leo XII. BF 952, n. 4525 (195863); 667, n. 8412, 8414 (1974-80); 646, n. 8091-3 (19811985). Boras, Zygmunt. "Ksiaze gnieznienski Boleslaw Pobozny i jego zona Jolanta [ Dux de Gniezno Boleslaus Pius et eius uxor Iolanta]." Gniezno (Warszawa) 1 (1984): 49-72. Fiege 137, 211. Habig 424; MartFran -June 11. Sawicki, Witold. "Blogoslawiona Jolanta." Polscy swieci 3. 19-71. ___. Blogoslawionw Jolanta. Zycie i dzieje kultu. [B. Jolenta. Life and Cult]. GnieznoNiepokalanów: Franciszkanie, [1980]. Wedzki, Andrzej. Jolanta (Jolenta) Helena ksiezna. Wielkopolski Stownik Biograficzny. Warszawa 1981: 300-1. Zylinska, Jadwiga. Piastówny i zony Piastów [Daughters and wives of the Polish dynasty: Bl. Salomea, Cunegunda, Jolenta...]. Warsaw: Panstwowy Instyut Wydawniczy, 1975.

Josepha a S. Clara, Spain. J. a S. Antonio 237. Writings: Autobiography and also wrote on mystical spirituality. Josepha Creszenzia Cberfdjlager (?) +1837, Brixen, Tirol. Aus - Feb. 18 Josepha María García 1673-1743, Spain. Escritoras - p. 293. Josepha Paolucci, +1848, Assisi, Italy. SerMart - March 8. Josephine Leroux, Bl. Martyr, +1794, Valenciennes, France. At the time of the French Revolution, together with five Ursuline Nuns, she was decapitated out of hatred for the Catholic Faith. Pope Benedict inscribed her in the catalogue of the blessed. Guérin, Louis François. L'Aureole de Sainte Claire: Histoire de la persécution Revolutionnaire soufferte par les filles de Sainte Claire.... Aix: Remondet-Aubin, 1867. Habig 787-8; Iriarte 468; MartFran - Oct.23 Juana de Austria, 1535-1573 , Madrid, Spain. Foundress of Discalced Clares Carrillo, Juan, O.F.M.Obs. Relación Histórica de la Real Fundación del monasterio de las Descalzas Reales de Santya Clara de Madrid. Madrid 1616. BF 1099, n. 4136 Fernández de Retana, Luis, C.SS.R. Doña Juana de Austria, gobernadora de España, hermana de Felipe II, madre de D. Sebastián el Africano, rey de Portugal, fundadora de las Descalzas Reales de Madrid (1535-1573). Madrid: Editorial El Perpetuo Socorro, 1955. Juana Bautista Borja y Aragón, +1658, Gandia, Spain. Third sister of St. Francis Borja. Amorós, L., O.F.M. El Monasterio de Santa Clara de Gandia y la familia de los Borjas. Archivo Ibero-Americano 21 (1961): 420-1. Escritoras - 31. Sanz, Ana Garcia and Maria Victoria Traviño. Juana de la Cruz. Iconografia de Santa Clara en el Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales. Madrid: Lerko Print, S. A. 1993: 257-8. Lainati II: 1589. Writings: Exercises in preparation for death. A tract on the Most Holy Trinity. A letter to her brother is preserved.

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Publications on the writings: Monuments Historica Societatis Jesu I. 408. [Letter to her brother.] Juana de Jesús Maria, ca. 1670, Madrid, Spain. Nueva maravilla de la gracia, descubierta en la vida de la V. Madre Sor Juana de Jesús Maria, Monja del gravísimo convento de Santa Clara de Burgos. Madrid 1674. Juana Rodriguez, Widow, +1505, Toledo, Spain. Wadding, Annales. 1505; J. a S.Antonio 116; P. Antonio 74. MartFran - Jan. 6 Writings: De Revelationibus a Deo acceptis. [This text may be found in her biography written by Luca Yanguas.] Juana Rodriguez a Jesús Maria, Ven., +1650, Burgos, Spain. De Ameyugo, Francisco, O.Min. Nueve maravilla de la bracia, descubierta en la vida de la Ven. Madre Sor Iuana de Iesus Maria, Monja del gravissimo Convento de Santa Clara de Burgos. Madrid: Iuan Garcia Infancon, 1677. J. a S. Antonio 95; P. Antonio. SerMart - Jan 6 Writings: Nonnulla opuscula spiritualia. Escritoras - 61. Juana María de San Agustin, 1631-1698 , Spain. Escritoras - p.261. Juana a S. Antonio, 1588-1660, Toledo, Spain. Companion of M. Hieronyma of the Assumption. BF 1110, n. 4183 (19541957). Heredero, María de la Encarnación, O.S.C. Ilustre Hija de Toledo, primera Misionera de Oceania. Toledo: 1929: 131, 156, 164s. ___. Clarisas en Oceanía Venerable Madre Juana de San Antonio, religiosa clarisa del convento de Santa Isabel de los Reyes, una de las primeras misioneras de Oceanía. España Mis. (Madrid) 13 (1957): 54-61. J. a S. Antonio 115; Lainati II: 1589-90. Writings: Escritoras - 125. Four volumes preserved at the Monastery of S. Isabel de los Reyes in Toledo under the title of Noticias de la verdad y luz de los divinos atributos. Letters written while in Manila to the community at Toledo.

Julie, Tournai. Saintrain, Henri, C.SS.R. Notice sur la vie et les vertus de la Rev. Mere Julie abbess des PauvresClaires de Tournai.... Paris: Desclee, 1890. Justina Bandini, 1615, Gubbio, Italy. SerMart - Jan. 28 Kinga, Bl. 1235, Germany. SerMart - Jan 10 Laura, 1655/1668, Gubbio, Italy. SerMart - March 9. Laura-Felice Sauli, SOG, +1585, Milan, Italy. MartFran - Aug. 10 Laetizia de Benanzi, +Feb. 2, 1615, Camerino, Italy SerMart - Jan. 21. Leonor de Luna, + ca. 1619 Writings: Poetry. Leonor Diaz de las Roelas, O.Conc., Abbess, +1502, Toledo, Spain. BF 663, n. 8308 (19811985). Fernández, Juan Meseguer. Leonor Díaz de las Roelas, abadesa del protomonasterio de la Conception de Toledo. AIA 44 (1984): 351-9. Leonora Camelli, +1709, Roveredo, Tirol. Aus - Feb. 11. Leonora d'Alfonso, ca. 1300, Santarem, Portugal. MartFran - Nov. 18 Leonora Guzman, SOG, +1589, Seville, Spain. MartFran - June 18

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Leonor María de la Encarnación, 1631-1670, Spain. Escritoras - 255. Leonora Portocarrero de Vega, Abbess, SOG, +1661, Palma/ Cordova, Spain. MartFran - Oct. 23 Leonora dei Re, SOG, +1563 (1560), Lisbon, Portugal. MartFran - Jan. 18; SerMart - Jan. 18. Leonora Rodriguez, SOG, ca. 1510, Spain. SerMart - Jan. 5 Leonora di S. Francesco, +ca, 1565, Palma del Rio /Cordova, Spain. MartFran - April 16 Leonora da Silva, +1590, Coimbra, Portugal Aus - Feb. 11. Leonora Ulloa, SOG, +1590, Tordesillas /Valladolid, Spain. MartFran - Dec. 7 Linislava di Lazaysko, Martyr, +1259/60, Zavichost, Poland. Martyred by the Tartars in Zavichost, Poland, with 59 companions. MartFran - Feb. 2 Lisa de Sulmone, ca. 1450 Marianus 242-61. Luise de Savoie, Bl. , Widow, 1461-1503(1514), Orbac /Savoy, France. Pope Gregory XVI confirmed her memorable cult. BF 852, n. 4077 (19511953). Cognasso, Francesco. Ludovica di Savoia, beata [+1503]. Enciclopedia cattólica 7 (1951): 1639. Fiege 211; DeClary III, 26771; Habig 549. Hist. Abrégé 10-27; Iriate 456; MartFran - July 24. Vie de tres haulte tres puissante et tres illustre dame Madame Loyse de Savoye religieuse au Convent de Madame SaincteClaire d'Orbe.... Geneve: Fick, 1860. Zermatten, Maurice. Un Lys de Savoie, la Bienheureuse Loyse. Bruges: Desclee de Brouwer, 1960. Lucia di Città Nova, Martyr, +1259/60, Zavichost, Poland. Martyred by the Tartars in Zavichost, Poland, with 59 companions. MartFran - Feb. 2 Lucia Ferrari da Reggio, O.S.C. Cap., S.O.G., 1603-1682, Parma, Italy. Foundress of the Capuchin Monasteries at Guastalla, Venice, Treviso, Mantua, Como and Parma.

Lainati I:145, 167, 444, 497-8; II:1028, 1590. Mondini, G.P. Vita della venerable Serva di Dio suor Lucia Ferrari da Reggio, fondatrice dei monasteri delle reverende Madri Cappuchine di Guastalla. Treviso, Mantova, Venezia: Como e Parma. Rome, 1709. Writings: Constitutioni delle Monache Cappuccine della prima Regola della Madre S. Chiara, composte dalla R.M.Abbadessa suor Lucia Ferrari da Reggio, ad uso dei monasteri da lei fondati. 1684; Venice 1857. Lucia da Padova, +1242, Padua/Venice, Italy. Marianus 1946; MartFran - Sept. 25. Lucía San Juan no Kami, +1620, Manila, Philippine Islands. First Japanese Poor Clare. De Letona, Bartolome. Perfecta Religiosa,... Libro I de la Vida de la Madre Jeromima de la Asuncion. Pueble de los Angeles, 1662. [Contains an account of Lucia.] BF 1110, n. 4183 (19547). Heredero, Mariá Encarnación, O.S.Cl. Clarisas en Oceanía. Venerable Madre Juana de San Antonio, religiosa clarisa del convento de Santa Isabel de los Reyes, una de las primeras misioneras de Oceanía. España Mis. (Madrid) 13 (1957): 54-61. Una clarisa japonesa en Manila: Sor Lucía San Juan no Kami. Missiones Franc. 41 (1957): 2436. Lucia Piorre da Foligno, Abbess, +1499, Perugia/Umbria, Italy. MartFran - Dec. 9 Lucia Ubaldini, ca. 1276, Florence /Tuscany, Italy. MartFran - May 30 Lucida Tornielli, +1455, Novara /Insubria. MartFran - Dec. 30 Lucrezia di Ferrara, SOG, +1572, Ferrara, Italy. MartFran - Nov. 28. Lucrezia Mangrignez, +1599, Malaga, Spain. SerMart - March 12. Ludmilla di Cracow, Martyr, +1259/60, Zavichost, Poland. Martyred by the Tartars in Zavichost, Poland, with 59 companions. MartFran - Feb. 2 Ludovica ab Angelis, ca. 1650, Portugal.

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