Blessed Archangela Girlani (1460 – 25 January 1494) is a Roman Catholic saint beatified on 1 October 1864, by Pope Pius X. Her feast day is celebrated on 13 February.
The Blessed Archangela Girlani was born in Trino, Italy and was baptized Eleanor. Throughout her life, she planned to become a Benedictinenun. However, on her way to the convent, her horse refused to take her there. Interpreting this a sign, she became a Carmelite nun in Parma, and took the name Archangela. She was professed in 1478. She was named prioress of the convent, and founded a new Carmelite convent in Mantua. She was reported to have the gifts of ecstasies, and miracles.