Patronage: against impoverishment, against loss of parents, poor people, and widows
Canonized: April 3, 2014, by Pope Francis
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Saint Marie of the Incarnation (Marie de L’Incarnation), a French Ursuline nun, was sent to New France (Canada) to establish the Ursuline Order. She has been credited with founding the first girls' school and with missionary efforts in the education of the native people, all the while experiencing mystical visions and suffering periods of spiritual aridity. Called “Marie of the Ursulines”, she compiled dictionaries in Algonquin and Iroquois and taught the Indians the rest of her life until her death of a liver illness in 1672.