Blessed Andrea Dotti
- Blessed Andrea DottiBlessed Andrea Dotti† Catholic_Encyclopedia ► Blessed Andrea DottiBorn 1256, in Borgo San Sepolero, Tuscany, Italy; d. there 31 August, 1315. He was of noble parentage, being the brother of Count Dotto Dotti, made captain of the archers of the body-guard of Philip the Fair. Andrea grew up as many other noblemen of his time, but was ever distinguished for eminent piety as well as for courage in the field. In 1278 St. Philip Beniti delivered a sermon at the opening of the general chapter of his order in Borgo, and young Dotti was so struck by the eloquence and sanctity of the man that he at once asked to be admitted to the Servite Order. He was received by the General, and by reason of his piety and brilliant attainments was soon after ordained to the priesthood. His zeal manifested itself principally in preaching and penance. He filled various position of honour in the Order, converted Blessed Bartholomew, and by his charity and zeal won over to the Order a large number of hermits living at Vallucola. Many visions were vouchsafed him, and he worked a great many duly authenticated Miracles. After long years of preaching, he retired into a hermitage and renewed his penances, and died there. He was buried in a church of his native town. Pius VII authorized his cult.Anal. Ord. Serv. B.M. Virg. (Florence, 1729); I. i. 4; SOULIER, Vie de St. Phillipe Beniti (Paris, 1886; tr. London, 1886).AUGUSTINE MCGINNISTranscribed by John Orr
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat. 1910.
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Andrea Dotti (saint) — Andrea Dotti (born 1256, in Borgo San Sepolcro, Tuscany, Italy; d. there 31 August 1315) was an Italian Servite preacher. Life He was of noble parentage, being the brother of Count Dotto Dotti, made captain of the archers of the body guard of… … Wikipedia
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