Jul 04

Saint Isabel of Portugal

July 4th XIV century

Saint Isabel, Queen of Portugal, admirable for her vigilance on continuing making amends Kings confronted and by her charity for the poor. Once her husband was Killed, King Dionysus, she embraced the religious life in the monastery of the Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Clara of Estremoz, in Portugal, that she herself had founded, and in this same monastery died, when she was in getting the reconciliation of a son and a grandson. Roman martyrology