Saint Gertrudis Magna
Saint Gertrudis, named "Magna", Virgin, who delivered more earnestly and decisively, from childhood, to loneliness and to the study of letters, and converted completely to God, entered the Cistercian Monastery of Helfta, near Eisleben in Saxony, Germany, where he progressed from admirable mode by the way in perfection, devoted to prayer and contemplation of the crucified Christ. He died the day seventeen (11301/1302).
- Gertrudis (Femenino)
- Fiel defensora, from Germánico
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- Other saints named Gertrudis