Saint Peter Celestine - Pope (1221-1296).
Saint Peter Celestine was the eleventh of the twelve children of a poor Italian farmer. As a child, he had visions of our Blessed Lady, Angels and Saints. At the age of twenty, he left his home in Apulia to live in a mountain solitude. He was named by acclamation to the Papal throne, which had remained vacant for twenty-seven months. He took the name of Celestine.
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