Julia Maria Halka-Ledóchowska (1865 - 1939) MP

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Birthplace: Loosdorf, Niederösterreich, Austria
Death: Died in Roma, Lazio, Italy
Occupation: zakonnica
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Julia Ledóchowska - święta katolicka, założycielka Urszulanek Serca Jezusa Konającego. Wikipedia PL

Saint sister Ursula Ledóchowska (1865–1939), was an Austrian-born religious leader. She became a Roman Catholic nun and founded the Congregation of the Ursulines of the Agonizing Heart of Jesus. She is a prominent member of the Ledóchowski family. Born as Julia Maria Ledóchowska on 17 April 1865 in Loosdorf, Lower Austria to a Polish nobleman and an Austrian mother as one of five children. The siblings were born on the estate of their father, Count Antoni Halka-Ledóchowski. Mieczysław Cardinal Ledóchowski was a paternal uncle. Saint Ursula Ledóchowska died on 29 May 1939 at Rome, aged 74, in the Gray Ursuline convent, Via del Casalet, of natural causes. Her incorrupt body was translated to the Gray Ursuline motherhouse in Pniewy, Poland in 1989. She was beatified by Pope John Paul II on 20 June 1983 and canonized in 2005.

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1865
April 17, 1865
Loosdorf, Niederösterreich, Austria
1939
May 29, 1939
Age 74
Roma, Lazio, Italy