Felicia Malipiero is described as very religious and strict, and spent her time in pious duties. Alongside her spouse, she founded a hospital for pilgrims to the memory of doge Pietro Tradonico: while her spouse spent his time praying before the altar of the hospital, she devoted her time caring for the sick and menial chores.
When her spouse abdicated and entered a monastery in France, Malipiero entered the Benedictine Monastery of San Zaccaria. Although in a monastery, she continued being the adviser of her ruling sons, advising them always to protect the power of the church.
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- Staley, Edgcumbe (1910). The dogaressas of Venice : The wives of the doges. London: T. W. Laurie.
- Cawley, Charles, VENICE, Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy,[self-published source][better source needed]
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