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St. Scholastica


Life of Saint Scholastica

  • Saint Scholastica was born in Nursia, Italy in 480 A.D.  St. Benedictine was her twin brother.
  • The parents of Saint Scholastica promised her to God when she was only a child but she continued to live with them until she entered the convent.
  • Saint Scholastica was dedicated to Jesus and to her brother, Benedictine.  When St. Benedictine founded his monastery, Saint Scholastica found a convent nearby.
  •  Saint Scholastica
  • She and her brother were very close but because of the rules of the monasteries, they were unable to visit each other.  They arranged a meeting once a year to discuss their spiritual lives and they were buried together when they died.  St. Gregory wrote of Saint Scholastica and St. Benedictine saying, “so death did not separate the bodies of these two, whose minds had ever been united in the Lord.”
  • The last meeting of Saint Scholastica with her brother, St. Benedictine was spent in the “mutual comfort of Heavenly talk”.  It began to get dark and St. Benedictine was about to leave.  Saint Scholastica had a feeling that this would be their last time together, so she asked him to stay and continue their talk.  St. Benedictine refused and Saint Scholastica cried, praying that God would change Benedictine’s mind.  As she was praying, a violent storm began and St. Benedictine was not able to leave.  Saint Scholastica’s premonition came true and it was the last time they ever met.
  • Saint Scholastica died three days after their last time together in 543 A.D.  St. Benedictine arranged for them to eventually be buried together.
  • The Feast of Saint Scholastica is celebrated on February 10.

Saint Scholastica Remembered

Saint Scholastica was chosen as the main figure on a commemorative coin which was issued in 2002 in Austria.  The coin depicts Saint Scholastica and her brother, St. Benedict.

Saint Scholastica is also remembered with Saint Scholastica jewelry.  Many Catholics wear a Saint Scholastica medal or a Saint Scholastica necklace in honor of this devout saint

St. Scholastica Medal Pendant 



Saint Scholastica


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