St. Bona of Pisa

St. Bona of Pisa was born around 1156 in Pisa, Italy. From a young age she was a visionary, and at age 10 she became an Augustinian tertiary. She made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land at age 14, and she later made pilgrimages to Rome and Spain on numerous occasions. She led other pilgrims each time. She died around the year 1207 in Pisa. St. Bona of Pisa is patron saint of travelers.

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Catholic Review

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.