St. Mariana de Jesus Print

Saint Mariana de Jesus de Paredes
“The Lily of Quito"
1618-1645
Feast Day: May 26
Patronage: Ecuador, The Americas, bodily ills, loss of parents, those rejected from religious orders, the sick and sickness

This fine art portrait, printed on acid-free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.

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Saint Mariana was born to noble parents and the first person to be canonized from Ecuador. She was a third order Franciscan, a mystic who practiced intense mortifications and survived primarily on the Eucharist at daily Mass.  She was known to be a healer by making the sign of the cross and sprinkling holy water on the sick. She even restored a dead woman to life. St. Mariana gave her life while caring for plague victims and is called the “Lily of Quito” because after her death a lily sprouted from her blood.