Objective: In this course, students will learn about St. Catherine of Bologna, an Italian nun, and artist. Students will learn about St. Catherine's early life and how she found her passion for the Church.

What was special about St. Catherine of Bologna after her death?

Learn this and more with this remarkable course on St. Catherine of Bologna.

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What others have been saying about this course:

Rebecca Schwartz

“Simple, short, wish it were just a little longer. It was good but left more content to be desired. Ideally, it would list the 7 Spiritual Weapons in her book. A brief summary or story of her personality as a mistress of novices would be edifyi...”

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“Simple, short, wish it were just a little longer. It was good but left more content to be desired. Ideally, it would list the 7 Spiritual Weapons in her book. A brief summary or story of her personality as a mistress of novices would be edifying as well. Thank you for the free class! I had never heard of St. Catherine of Bologna, but will be sure to remember her in my prayers!”

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Alice Regan

“It explained her birth and aristocratic family. She had a position in court w Princess Margarita. When the Princess married, Cathrine wished to join the convent. She started the “Poor Claires”. She was an artist. She had visions of Jesus & Sat...”

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“It explained her birth and aristocratic family. She had a position in court w Princess Margarita. When the Princess married, Cathrine wished to join the convent. She started the “Poor Claires”. She was an artist. She had visions of Jesus & Satan. On one visitation, the Blessed Mother placed the Baby Jesus, in her arms. She started a second convent & was the Abbess. When she died, she was buried w/o a casket. There were Miracles & a sweet odor emanating from the grave. Her body was exhumed in 18 days & was found incorrupt. She remains, in a sitting position, behind a glass wall in the church, in Bologna. It remains incorrupt. ”

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 1

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    • Introduction
    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 1 - STUDY GUIDE
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 1 - VIDEO
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 1 - QUIZ
  • 02

    Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 2

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    • Introduction
    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 2 - STUDY GUIDE
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 2 - VIDEO
    • Religious Education - High School - Catechism - St. Catherine of Bologna - Lesson 2 - QUIZ

Instructor(s)

Instructor Bio:

Marissa Romero is a dedicated writer and editor for Catholic Online where she has worked for many years. She is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned a bachelor's degree in Communications. She is committed to her mission of promoting excellence in Catholic Education.

Marissa Romero

Instructor

Marissa Romero