Born in turin, Italy, in 1661, she died, after spending her whole life there, in 1717. In 1675 she entered
the Discalced Carmelite Convent of St. Christina, and several times filled the offices of Prioress and Novice Mistress. She undeerwent continual spiritual trials, but was constant in her ardent love of God. She was
outstandingly faithful to prayer and particularly devoted to St. Joseph, in whose honor a convent was founded through her good offices at Moncalieri.