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Catherine, of Sweden, Saint, 1331-1381

LC control no.nr2001050185
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Personal name headingCatherine, of Sweden, Saint, 1331-1381
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Variant(s)Catalina, de Suecia, Saint, 1331-1381
Catarina, of Sweden, Saint, 1331-1381
Catherine, de Suè€de, Saint, 1331-1381
Katarina Ulfsdotter, 1331-1381
Katherine, of Sweden, Saint, 1331-1381
Associated countrySweden
Birth date1331
Death date1381
Field of activityChristianity
Profession or occupationAbbesses, Christian
Found inLa sainte vnion de quatre differents etats de celibat, de mariage, de veuuage et de religion, 1673: t.p. (Catherine de Suede)
Farmer, D.H. The Oxford dict. of saints (Catherine of Sweden; b. 1331; d. 1381; abbess)
RLIN, 4 Dec. 2001 (hdg: Catherine, of Sweden, Saint, 1331-1381; usage: Dne Katherine; ... S. Catarinae; S. Catherine; Sta. Catalina de Suecia)
Family Geneology, via WWW, Feb. 13, 2004 (Katarina Ulfsdotter; b. ca. 1331-1332, Sweden; d. 24 Mar 1381, Vadstena; Other names for Katarina were Sankta Katarina and Saint Catherine of Sweden; Daughter of St. Bridget of Sweden, whom she succeeded as superior of the Brigittines; Feast day March 24; married to Egard Lydersson von Kyren; took part in the ecclesiastical controversies of her time, supported Pope Urban VI against the antipope Clement VII, and promoted the canonization of Bridget; abbess of Vadstena when she died; She was never formally canonized but is listed in the Roman martyrology)
RLIN, Feb. 13, 2003 (hdg.: Katarina Ulfsdotter, d. 1381; usage: Katherina)