St. Frances of Rome - Lectern Frontal LF794
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
St. Frances of Rome.
Feastday: 9th March.
1384 - 1440, noted for her charitable works she
founded the Benedictine Oblates of the Tor de'Specchi. A married woman and
mother of six children, two of whom pre-deceased her, she became superior of
the Oblates when her husband died.
Named patron saint of motorists by Pope Pius XI.
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