St. Lidwina

St. Lidwina (1380–1433) was a Dutch mystic. She is the patron saint of the town of Schiedam, of chronic pain, and of ice skating. Lidwina is also thought to be one of the first documented cases of multiple sclerosis. At the age of fifteen, she suffered a serious injury while ice skating and became progressively disabled. Hendrik Mande wrote for her consolation a pious tract in Dutch. She fasted frequently and acquired a reputation as a healer and holy woman. Upon her death in 1433, her grave became a place of pilgrimage.


About Us

We are passionate about bringing the light of Christ to the world through beautiful art. 

Download the iOS app today to experience hundreds of beautiful Christian wallpapers,  create widgets to display the daily Saint feast day, and receive notifications of upcoming holy days of obligation.