She was the daughter of Saint Bridget of Sweden. She persuaded the man whom she married to make a vow of chastity and live with her the life of a religious. She became an abbess. She died when she was fifty years old. The Danish form of the name Catherine is Karen. She is also commemorated on March 24.
Saint Catherine of Sweden (1381)
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