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St. Casimir of Poland

About Saint Casimir

Saint Casimir, a prince of the Jagiellon dynasty, was born on Oct. 3, 1458 in Wawel, Krakow and died on March 4, 1484 in Hrodna, Lithuania.   His father was Casimir IV, the King of Poland and the Grand Duke of Lithuania and his mother was Queen Elisabeth of Austria.


Saint Casimir began his education at the age of nine.  His instructors were Father Jan Dlugosz, a Polish priest, diplomat, and soldier, and Filip Callimachus, an Italian writer.

Saint Casimir Offered Throne

Saint Casimir was offered the throne of Hungary at the young age of thirteen.  He accepted the crown and traveled to Hungary.  He hoped to defend Christianity against the invading Turks but was unsuccessful in his endeavor.  Saint Casimir returned home as a fugitive.

St Casmir Patron Saint 

Heir to the Polish Throne

Saint Casimir became the heir-apparent to the Polish throne when his brother accepted the Bohemian throne.  When Saint Casimir’s father traveled to Lithuania for five years, Casimir ruled Poland justly and prudently.

Saint Casimir Weakened

Saint Casimir fasted excessively and became physically weakened.  He developed tuberculosis and died while on a trip to Lithuania in 1484.  His body is interred in the Chapel of Saint Casimir in Vilnius Cathedral.  He was canonized a saint by Pope Adrian VI in 1522.

Saint Casimir Remembered

Today, Saint Casimir is especially remembered by Polish and Lithuanian Catholics for his battles against the Turks and as Patron Saint of Poland and Lithuania.  Many Catholics wear a Saint Casimir medal or a Saint Casimir pendant, proudly displaying the image of this patron saint.  Polish and Lithuanian Catholics are proud of their heritage and the unselfish, dignified rule of Saint Casimir.  A Saint Casimir necklace is an ideal gift for a friend or family members who are of Polish or Lithuanian decent. 

St Casmir Medal Pendant

St. Casimir of Poland


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