Sperandia

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Saint Sperandia
Born 1216
Gubbio, Umbria, Italy
Died September 11, 1276
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church
Major shrine Monastero di Santa Sperandia
Feast September 11
Patronage Cingoli, Italy

Sperandia (or Sperandea) (1216 – September 11, 1276) is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. A relative of Saint Ubald of Gubbio,[1] she became a Benedictine nun at Cingoli. She later became an abbess.[1]

Veneration[edit]

Her body is incorrupt,[1] and since her death, her body has been exhumed eight times.[2]

See also[edit]

  • The Incorruptibles

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