Holy person Rita Margherita Lotti was conceived in 1381– 22 May 1457 was an Italian dowager and Augustinian pious devotee worshiped as a holy person in the Roman Catholic Church. Rita was hitched at an early age. The marriage went on for a long time, amid which she is associated with her Christian qualities as a model spouse and mother who tried endeavors to change over her significant other from his harsh conduct. Upon the murder of her better half by another fighting family, she tried to deter her children from vindicate.
She thusly joined an Augustinian people group of religious sisters, where she was known both for honing humiliation of the fragile living creature and for the adequacy of her petitions. Different supernatural occurrences are credited to her intervention, and she is regularly depicted with a draining injury on her temple, which is comprehended to show a halfway stigmata. Pope Leo XIII consecrated Rita on 24 May 1900. Her devour day is commended on May 22. At her canonization service she was presented the title of Patroness of Impossible Causes, while in numerous Catholic nations, Rita came to be referred to be as the patroness of mishandled spouses and shattered ladies.