The Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, also known as "Little Daughter of the Divine Will," is under consideration for possible canonization as a saint of the Catholic Church. She was a mystic and author notable for having allegedly "survived on nothing but Communion wafers for sixty-five years". For some time, her confessor was St. Annibale Maria di Francia. Her spirituality centered on union with the Will of God. She was born in Corato, Bari, Italy in 1865. She died at the age of 82 in 1947, and the Archbishop of Trani opened her Cause for Beatification in 1994. By the end of 2005, the process of inquiry and documentation within the Diocese of Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie-Nazareth was complete. Her cause was then passed on to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints of the Vatican, which opene

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  • ルイザ・ピッカレータは、飲食物を摂取することなく、聖体のみで生き続けたカトリック教会の神秘家。 (ja)
  • Luiza Piccarreta (ur. 23 kwietnia 1865; zm. 4 marca 1947) – włoska Służebnica Boża Kościoła katolickiego. Miała cztery siostry. W 1874 roku w wieku 9 lat przyjęła Pierwszą Komunię świętą. W 1881 roku, przebywając wraz z rodziną na farmie, objawił się jej Jezus Chrystus. W 1883 roku, gdy miała 18 lat została przyjęta do trzeciego zakonu Dominikańskiego. W 1899 roku zaczęła zapisywać mistyczne przeżycia w dzienniku. Zmarła w opinii świętości, a jej proces beatyfikacyjny rozpoczął się w dniu 20 listopada 1994 roku. (pl)
  • The Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, also known as "Little Daughter of the Divine Will," is under consideration for possible canonization as a saint of the Catholic Church. She was a mystic and author notable for having allegedly "survived on nothing but Communion wafers for sixty-five years". For some time, her confessor was St. Annibale Maria di Francia. Her spirituality centered on union with the Will of God. She was born in Corato, Bari, Italy in 1865. She died at the age of 82 in 1947, and the Archbishop of Trani opened her Cause for Beatification in 1994. By the end of 2005, the process of inquiry and documentation within the Diocese of Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie-Nazareth was complete. Her cause was then passed on to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints of the Vatican, which opened its examination March 7, 2006. Piccarreta was thereby enrolled as a "Servant of God". The Congregation for the Causes of Saints appointed a Roman lawyer, Silvia Monica Correale, as the postulator of Piccarreta's Cause for Canonization. The Archbishop of Trani has reiterated, in a letter dated November 2012, his approval of the existence of groups formed to study Luisa's writings. He also reaffirmed his moratorium on the current publication for public use, both in print and online, of most of the writings of Piccarreta, presenting it as his desire to present in the future, a "typical and critical edition of her writings", (for which the Archdiocese of Trani owns all of the publishing rights). In the same letter, The Archbishop criticises “poor or exaggerated explanations of her writings”, but affirms that both he and the Church have found that her writings themselves are free of doctrinal error. (en)
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  • ルイザ・ピッカレータは、飲食物を摂取することなく、聖体のみで生き続けたカトリック教会の神秘家。 (ja)
  • Luiza Piccarreta (ur. 23 kwietnia 1865; zm. 4 marca 1947) – włoska Służebnica Boża Kościoła katolickiego. Miała cztery siostry. W 1874 roku w wieku 9 lat przyjęła Pierwszą Komunię świętą. W 1881 roku, przebywając wraz z rodziną na farmie, objawił się jej Jezus Chrystus. W 1883 roku, gdy miała 18 lat została przyjęta do trzeciego zakonu Dominikańskiego. W 1899 roku zaczęła zapisywać mistyczne przeżycia w dzienniku. Zmarła w opinii świętości, a jej proces beatyfikacyjny rozpoczął się w dniu 20 listopada 1994 roku. (pl)
  • The Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, also known as "Little Daughter of the Divine Will," is under consideration for possible canonization as a saint of the Catholic Church. She was a mystic and author notable for having allegedly "survived on nothing but Communion wafers for sixty-five years". For some time, her confessor was St. Annibale Maria di Francia. Her spirituality centered on union with the Will of God. She was born in Corato, Bari, Italy in 1865. She died at the age of 82 in 1947, and the Archbishop of Trani opened her Cause for Beatification in 1994. By the end of 2005, the process of inquiry and documentation within the Diocese of Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie-Nazareth was complete. Her cause was then passed on to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints of the Vatican, which opene (en)
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  • Luisa Piccarreta (it)
  • ルイザ・ピッカレータ (ja)
  • Luiza Piccarreta (pl)
  • Luisa Piccarreta (en)
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