She was a Hungarian princess devoted to the poor and acts of charity. An early widow, there was a lot of subterfuge to stop her using her royal inheritance.
Her brother-in-law drove her and her three children out of the family castle. She lived in poverty and squalor apart from being able to turn loaves of bread into roses.
This must have impressed her brother-in-law as he repented and allowed her land to build a hospital. Now she is the patron saint of the Poor, Bakers and Bread Makers.
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Facts and Figures
Name: Elizabeth of Hungary
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Birth and Death Dates: 1207-1231
Celebration or Feast Day: November 17th
Role: Unknown at present
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Article last revised on April 07, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
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