- Ubaldo da Borgo San Sepolcro
Born to the Florentine nobility, his relics indicate that he was a pretty tall individual. After a mis-spent youth, he became involved in the political and martial conflicts between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines, the Pope and the emperor of Germany. Soldier. He became a spiritual student of Saint Philip Benizi c.1280, had a conversion, and became a Servite friar. Priest, ordained c.1283. Assistant to Saint Philip, and was at his death bed. Prior of the Servite convent of Todi, Italy in 1285. Miracle worker; once, having broken the water jug he was using to carry water, he used the cloth of his habit as a bowel to bring water back to the convent for his brothers. Late in life he returned to the Servite convent on Monte Senario to spent his last days in prayer and penance.
- 9 April 1315 on Mount Senario, Tuscany, Italy of natural causes
- buried in the Servite church on Monte Senario near the graves of the Seven Holy Founders
- “Blessed Ubaldo Adimari“. CatholicSaints.Info. 9 April 2017. Web. 29 April 2017. <>