Saint Catherine of Siena
Catherine of Siena was a Dominican tertiary (3rd order of Saint Dominic) and mystic who lived in Italy in the 1300s. She was known for her holiness, asceticism, and spiritual visions and was said to have received stigmata. She was also a reformer and political activist, and she was influential in religious and political affairs of the church.
She was declared a doctor of the Church in 1970.
Saint Catherine of Siena is the patron saint of fire prevention, illness, the United States, Italy, miscarriages, people ridiculed for their faith, and nurses.
Her feast day is April 29.
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St. Luke Catholic Church - Plain, WI
1240 Nachreiner Avenue
Plain, WI 53577
Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil: 4:00pm (St. Luke), 5:30pm (St. John)
Sunday: 8:30am (St. John), 10:00am (St. Luke)