St. Colette

Colette became well known for her faith, and spiritual wisdom at a young age. She had a dream directing her to reform the Poor Clares, so she then joined the order, and became superior of each of the convents she reformed. She experienced visions and ecstasies of the passion, and even prophesied her own death. There is a branch of the Poor Clares, still referred to as the Collettines. St. Colette's feast day is celebrated on March 6th.