- Agostina Camozzi
- Christina Camozzi
- Christina Visconti (a mispelling that has been perpetuated in several accounts)
Daughter of a physician. Married to a stone cutter, but widowed very young. She became mistress to a soldier, and bore his son, but the child died as an infant. Married a second time, she was widowed when the man was killed in a fight with a jealous rival. Realizing that her life was completely out of control, she had a conversion, became an Augustinian tertiary, took the name Christina, gave herself over to Christ, and imposed severe austerities on herself as penance for her earlier ways. Lived in a number of Augustinian convents, became known as a miracle worker, and was on a pilgrimage to the Holy Sepulchre when she died.
- 13 February 1458 in Spoleto, Italy of natural causes
- buried at the Augustinian church of Saint Nicholas in Spoleto
- re-interred at the church of Saint Gregory the Great in Spoleto
- “Blessed Christina of Spoleto“. CatholicSaints.Info. 8 March 2016. Web. 28 April 2016. <>