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John, de Matha, Saint, 1160-1213

LC control no.n 85326486
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Personal name headingJohn, de Matha, Saint, 1160-1213
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Variant(s)Giovanni, de Matha, Saint, 1160-1213
Jean de Matha, Saint, 1160-1213
John, of Matha, Saint, 1160-1213
Juan, de Mata, Saint, 1160-1213
Matha, John de, Saint, 1160-1213
Other standard no.Q470597
Associated countryFrance
Birth date1160-06-23
Death date1213-12-17
Place of deathRome (Italy)
AffiliationUniversité de Paris Trinitarians Catholic Church
Profession or occupationPriests Saints
Found inCastaño, R. Nacido para la liberación, 1985: t.p. (San Juan de Mata) flap (b. Faucon (France) & d. 12/17/1213, Rome)
Holweck (John de Matha b. 6/23/1160, Faucon in Provence & d. 12/17/1213, Rome)
Bk of Saints (John of Matha b. 1160, Faucon in Provence & d. 12/17/1213, Rome)
LC data base, 3/5/86 (hdg.: Jean de Matha, Saint, 1160-1213)
Vita di Giovanni de Matha e ripercussioni della sua opera nei tempi, 1982.
Wikipedia, April 19, 2023 (John of Matha, OSST (1160-1213) was a French Catholic priest of and cofounder of the Order of the Most Holy Trinity, initially dedicated to ransoming Christians who had been captured by marauders from North Africa. Born 23 June 1160, Faucon-de-Barcelonnette, Died 17 December 1213, Rome; He studied theology at the University of Paris and was ordained a priest at the age of 32 in December 1192)