Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, virgin – May 25th
St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi (d. 1607, Florence, Italy) (Relics: Florence, Italy)
First Class Relics
Monastero di Santa Maria Maddalena dei Pazzi a Careggi
(Monastery of Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi at Careggi)
Via di Careggi / Via dei Massoni
50139 Florence, Italy
*The remains of St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi are located in the main sanctuary of the church at this monastery.
Churches of Honor in Rome
Santa Maria in Traspontina
(Our Lady in Traspontina)
Via della Conciliazione 14
*This church is near the Vatican.
*The chapel in the right transept is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi.
*Also the third chapel on the right side of the nave contains a beautiful statue of Our Lady of Mt Carmel. A memorial at this chapel recalls that this church provided a new scapular for St John Paul II after the assassination attempt upon his life in 1981.
San Martino ai Monti
(Saint Martin at the Hills)
Viale Monte Oppio 28
*This church is south of the Basilica of St Mary Major.
*The first chapel on the right side of the nave is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi.
*The greater part of the remains of St Martin I (d. 655) were transferred from Crimea to this church in Rome. They now rest in the confessio below the main altar. This confessio also houses the relics of many other saints taken from the Catacombs of Priscilla.
San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini
(Saint John the Baptist of the Florentines)
Via Acciaioli 2
*This church is just east of the Vatican. It is next to the Tiber River and the Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
*The second chapel on the left side of the nave is dedicated to St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi.
*A relic of St Mary Magdalene’s foot rests in a shrine to the left of the main sanctuary.