St. Elizabeth of the Trinity
6020 W. Ardmore Avenue
Chicago, IL 60646

Patron Saint – St. Elizabeth of the Trinity

Elizabeth of the Trinity

St. Elizabeth of the Trinity was born in Dijon France in 1880. She entered the Carmelite Community in Dijon in 1901. During a great period of turmoil with threats from the French government and internal scandal, she came to her great belief in the power of the presence of God to establish deep peace in souls.

She died at the age of just 26 from Addison’s disease. Even in the painful stages of terminal disease, Elizabeth sought to comfort family and fellow Carmelites. She died “believing that she had a spiritual mission to help lead souls to a deeper encounter with Christ Jesus.”

Feast Day : November 8
Beatified: November 25, 1984
Canonized: October 18, 2016
Patronage : Sick people; Loss of Parents

“Everything is a sacrament that gives us God.”

Click here to view a more in-depth National Catholic Register article on Elizabeth

Click to Learn About Our Predecessor Patron Saints:

Patron Saint Cornelius 
Patron Saint Tarcissus 
Patron Saint Thecla 



Note: Some biographical Information and quotes courtesy of the  National Catholic Register