St. Elizabeth of Hungary Ceramic Plaque
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[1207-1231], widow of a king, spent the remaining years of her life in voluntary poverty and in acts of extraordinary charity. She is a suitable patron for those living in humble circumstances during their latter years. She is also patron of bakers, young brides, widows, the homeless, nursing services, of the death of children and of those falsely accused. Her symbols are two crowns, roses and a basket of food for the poor and sick. Her feast is November 17.