Saints and Their Symbols – Saint Angelus the Carmelite

Saint Angelus of JerusalemArticle

A.D. 1220, May 5, came from the East to preach in Sicily. There he rebuked a great lord named Berenger for his openly sinful life, who in fury at his boldness caused him to be hanged on a tree and shot to death with arrows. Emblems – Roses falling from his mouth. White over brown habit.

MLA Citation

  • E A Greene. “Saint Angelus the Carmelite”. Saints and Their Symbols, 1909. CatholicSaints.Info. 18 May 2017. Web. 8 March 2021. <>