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Ludovica Albertoni (1473 - 31 January 1533) was an Italian Roman Catholic noblewoman from the Renaissance period and a professed member of the Third Order of Saint Francis. The death of her husband prompted her to dedicate her life to the service of the poor in Rome and she was also known for her ecstatic experiences. Gian Lorenzo Bernini created a sculpture dedicated to her which is contained in San Francesco a Ripa where Albertoni's remains are placed.

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  • Ludovica Albertoni (Roma, 1474 - 1533) va ser una monja terciària franciscana, venerada com a beata per l'Església catòlica. (ca)
  • Lodovica degli Albertoni, auch Luise Albertoni (* 1474; † 1533), war eine Franziskaner-Tertiarin (vgl. Dritter Orden) und Mystikerin, die in ihrer Heimatstadt Rom als Selige verehrt wird, nachdem sie am 28. Januar 1671 von Papst Clemens X. seliggesprochen worden war. (de)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, (1474 - 1533) - appelée aussi Luisa Albertoni est une Bienheureuse italienne du XVIe siècle connue surtout par le Monument l'Extase de la bienheureuse Ludovica Albertoni sculpté à sa mémoire par Le Bernin. (fr)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (1473 - 31 January 1533) was an Italian Roman Catholic noblewoman from the Renaissance period and a professed member of the Third Order of Saint Francis. The death of her husband prompted her to dedicate her life to the service of the poor in Rome and she was also known for her ecstatic experiences. Gian Lorenzo Bernini created a sculpture dedicated to her which is contained in San Francesco a Ripa where Albertoni's remains are placed. Her fame for holiness became widespread in Rome and devotion to her remained intense after her death which prompted Pope Clement X to approve her beatification in 1671. (en)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, conhecida também como Luíza Albertoni ou Ludovica Albertoni Cetera, (Roma, 1473 - Roma, 31 de janeiro de 1533), é uma beata cristã comemorada no dia 31 de janeiro. (pt)
  • Ludwika Albertoni (ur. w 1473 w Rzymie, zm. 31 stycznia 1533) – włoska błogosławiona Kościoła katolickiego. (pl)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, född 1474 i Rom, död 31 januari 1533 i Rom, var en italiensk adelsdam, änka. Hon saligförklarades 1671 med minnesdag den 31 januari. Efter sin makes död 1506 blev hon tertiar i franciskanerorden och ägnade sitt liv åt välgörenhet bland Roms fattiga och sjuka. Bernini har utfört en skulptur av Ludovica Albertoni i kyrkan San Francesco a Ripa i Trastevere i Rom. (sv)
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  • 1533-01-31 (xsd:date)
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  • Laywoman; Mystic (en)
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  • The Blessed Ludovica Albertoni distributing Alms (en)
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  • Ludovica Albertoni (Roma, 1474 - 1533) va ser una monja terciària franciscana, venerada com a beata per l'Església catòlica. (ca)
  • Lodovica degli Albertoni, auch Luise Albertoni (* 1474; † 1533), war eine Franziskaner-Tertiarin (vgl. Dritter Orden) und Mystikerin, die in ihrer Heimatstadt Rom als Selige verehrt wird, nachdem sie am 28. Januar 1671 von Papst Clemens X. seliggesprochen worden war. (de)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, (1474 - 1533) - appelée aussi Luisa Albertoni est une Bienheureuse italienne du XVIe siècle connue surtout par le Monument l'Extase de la bienheureuse Ludovica Albertoni sculpté à sa mémoire par Le Bernin. (fr)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, conhecida também como Luíza Albertoni ou Ludovica Albertoni Cetera, (Roma, 1473 - Roma, 31 de janeiro de 1533), é uma beata cristã comemorada no dia 31 de janeiro. (pt)
  • Ludwika Albertoni (ur. w 1473 w Rzymie, zm. 31 stycznia 1533) – włoska błogosławiona Kościoła katolickiego. (pl)
  • Ludovica Albertoni, född 1474 i Rom, död 31 januari 1533 i Rom, var en italiensk adelsdam, änka. Hon saligförklarades 1671 med minnesdag den 31 januari. Efter sin makes död 1506 blev hon tertiar i franciskanerorden och ägnade sitt liv åt välgörenhet bland Roms fattiga och sjuka. Bernini har utfört en skulptur av Ludovica Albertoni i kyrkan San Francesco a Ripa i Trastevere i Rom. (sv)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (1473 - 31 January 1533) was an Italian Roman Catholic noblewoman from the Renaissance period and a professed member of the Third Order of Saint Francis. The death of her husband prompted her to dedicate her life to the service of the poor in Rome and she was also known for her ecstatic experiences. Gian Lorenzo Bernini created a sculpture dedicated to her which is contained in San Francesco a Ripa where Albertoni's remains are placed. (en)
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  • Ludovica Albertoni (ca)
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  • Ludovica Albertoni (en)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (fr)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (it)
  • Ludwika Albertoni (pl)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (pt)
  • Ludovica Albertoni (sv)
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