Reliquary containing relics of Saint Dominic, Saint Raymond of Peñafort, Saint Hyacinth, Saint Catherine of Siena, Saint Agnes of Montepulciano, and Pope Saint Pius V. Saint Dominic (1170-1221) founded the Dominican order. Saint Raymond (1175-1275) compiled the Decretals of Gregory IX, a collection of canon laws. A priest and theologian, Saint Hyacinth (1185-1257) worked to reform women's convents. Saint Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) is one of the patron saints of Italy and a Doctor of the Church. Saint Agnes (1268-1317) was a prioress in medieval Tuscany and was known as a miracle worker. Pope Saint Pius V (1504-1572) was pope from 1566-1572.
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relics, Reliquaries, Saints, Saint Dominic (1170-1221), Dominicans, Saint Raymond of Penafort (1175?-1275), Saint Hyacinth (approximately 1185-1257), Saint Catherine of Siena (1347-1380), Doctor of the Church, Pope Pius V (1504-1572), Popes, Saint Agnes of Montepulciano (approximately 1268-1317)