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Catherine of Siena, SaintCatherine of Siena, Saint - Biographical article in the Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Includes bibliography. Catherine of Sienna, Reformer and Spiritual TeacherCatherine of Sienna, Reformer and Spiritual Teacher - Biographical profile. With prayer in traditional and contemporary language.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Catherine of SienaCatholic Encyclopedia: St. Catherine of Siena - Third Order Dominican, hermit, reformer, mystic, d. 1380. Biographical article by Edmund G. Gardner. Catholic Online: St. Catherine of SienaCatholic Online: St. Catherine of Siena - Brief hagiography of this Doctor of the Church, and patron saint of Italy.
Domestic Church: Saint Catherine of SienaDomestic Church: Saint Catherine of Siena - Three accounts: for children ages 0-8, children 8-14, and ages 14-adult. The Ecole Glossary: Catherine of SienaThe Ecole Glossary: Catherine of Siena - Brief biography, by Karen Rae Keck.
For All the Saints: Saint Catherine of SienaFor All the Saints: Saint Catherine of Siena - Illustrated biography. Lives of Saints: Saint Catherine of SienaLives of Saints: Saint Catherine of Siena - Virgin. From the book "Lives of Saints", published by John J. Crawley.
Miniature Stories of Saints: Saint Catherine of SienaMiniature Stories of Saints: Saint Catherine of Siena - A short life of St. Catherine of Siena, for children. From the book by Daniel A. Lord. Patron Saints Index: Catherine of SienaPatron Saints Index: Catherine of Siena - Illustrated profile.
St. Catherine of Sienna, 1347-1380St. Catherine of Sienna, 1347-1380 - Essay on her life, from the book "The Saints: A Concise Biographical Dictionary," edited by John Coulson. St. Catherine of Sienna, VirginSt. Catherine of Sienna, Virgin - From Fr. Alban Butler's Lives of the Saints.
Women Saints, Doctors of the ChurchWomen Saints, Doctors of the Church - Short feature story by Jone Johnson Lewis on SS. Teresa of Avila and Catherine of Siena, the first two women Doctors of the Church.

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