When she was eighteen, Osanna received a wedding ring from Our Lord. Though no one else could see it, she always felt it on her finger. She also felt some of the sufferings Jesus suffered- the crown of thorns, the wound on His side, and the wounds in His hands and feet. She lived at home and served her family in every way, yet she belonged to the third order of St. Dominic and wore the habit of that order.
Strange as it may seem Osanna was asked by the Duke of Mantua to run the affairs of his kingdom while he was away. She who had never been to school knew how to make the best decisions because she trusted completely in God. And she used her friendship with the Duke to help everyone in any kind of trouble.
A great many of Blessed Osanna's prayers were for the Church and for Italy. She feared God would send great punishments for many sins being committed in her time. Yet she was not a gloomy soul. She loved her friends dearly, and people crowded her house to ask her advice and comfort.
A person living in the world can become a saint, if her prays, keeps away from sin and does good deeds. To learn how to live such a holy life, we should read inspiring books.