|Born||1160, Treviso or Bologna, Italy|
|Died||1267, Treviso, Italy|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Major shrine||Cathedral of Treviso|
Parisius, also known as Parisio, was a Camaldolese spiritual director. Believed to have been born in 1160, at either Treviso or Bologna. At the age of twelve, Parisius entered the Camaldolese order. Shortly after being ordained a priest, Parisius was sent in 1191, to the St. Christina Convent, Treviso, appointed as the spiritual director to the nuns. There he remained for remaining seventy years of his life..
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