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  • st.Gregory of Nyssa-Bishop of Nyssa; Father of the Church; brother of SS. Basil the Great, Macrina the Younger and Peter of Sebaste
  • st.Gregory of Tours-Bishop and historian
  • Gregory Palamas-Athonite monk and archbishop of Thessalonica
  • st.Gregory Thaumaturgus-Bishop of Neocaesarea renowned for his miracles, Father of the Church
  • st.Gregory the Illuminator-National saint and patron of Armenia, the first Christian state
  • st.Gregory VII-Pope
  • st.Gregory X-Pope
  • st.Helena-Empress, mother of Constantine the Great
  • st.Henry Suso, Blessed-Dominican mystic, preacher, poet and author
  • st.Hilarion-Ascetic and hermit, founder of the anchorite life in Palestine, miracle-worker
  • st.Hilarus-Pope
  • st.Hilary of Poitiers-Bishop of Poitiers, Father of the Church and Doctor of the Church
  • st.Hilda-Benedictine abbess
  • st.Hildegard of Bingen-Benedictine abbess and acclaimed prophet, mystic, theologian, writer, poet, composer and early feminist
  • st.Hippolytus-Martyr, priest, antipope, Father of the Church
  • st.Hormisdas-Pope
  • st.Hugh of Lincoln-Missionary to England, Carthusian bishop
  • st.Hyacinth-Dominican missionary and wonder-worker
  • st.Hyginus-Pope
  • st.Ignatius of Antioch
  • st.Ignatius of Loyola-Founder of the Society of Jesus
  • st.Innocent V-Dominican monk and pope
  • st.Irenaeus of Lyons-Bishop of Lyons, Father of the Church
  • st.Isidore of Pelusium-Monk and perhaps abbot of Pelusium, Egypt; Father of the Church
  • st.Isidore of Seville-Archbishop of Seville, Doctor of the Church, Father of the Church
  • st.Isidore the Farmer-Confessor
  • st.James the Greater, Apostle-One of Jesus’ Twelve Disciples; martyr
  • st.James the Less, Apostle-One of the Twelve Disciples of Jesus; first bishop of Jerusalem; martyr
  • st.Januarius-Martyred bishop
  • st.Jerome-Scholar, Doctor of the Church, translator of the Latin Vulgate Bible
  • st.Joachim-By tradition, the father of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • st.Joan of Arc
  • st.Joaquina de Vedruna
  • st.John Baptist de la Salle
  • st.John Baptist Marie Vianney-Renowned fiery preacher and patron saint of priests
  • st.John Berchmans-Jesuit confessor renowned for his intense piety
  • st.John Bosco-Founder of the Society of St. Francis de Sales, known as the Salesians
  • st.John Cassian-Abbot, Father of the Church
  • st.John Chrysostom-Doctor of the Church, Greek Father of the Church, bishop of Constantinople, esteemed theologian
  • st.John Climacus-Abbot of Sinai, mystic, Father of the Church
  • st.John Damascene-Patriarch of Jerusalem, last Eastern Father of the Church, Doctor of the Church, poet
  • st.John Eudes-Initiator (with St. Margaret Mary Alacoque) of the devotion to the Sacred Heart
  • st.John I-Pope and martyr
  • st.John Massias
  • st.John Nepomucene-Martyr and patron saint of Bohemia
  • st.John Nepomucene Neumann-First American bishop to be canonized
  • st.John of God-Founder of the Brothers Hospitallers (Brothers of St. John of God)
  • st.John of the Cross-Spanish mystic, Renaissance poet, a founder of the Discalced Carmelite Order, and Doctor of the Church
  • st.John the Baptist-Prophet, martyr, Precursor or Forerunner of the Lord
  • st.John the Divine-Youngest of Jesus’ Twelve Disciples; author of the fourth gospel and the book of Revelation of the New Testament
  • st.John XXIII-Much-beloved pope who promoted social reforms and interfaith communication and convened the liberalizing Second Vatican Council
  • st.Josemaria Escriva-Founder of Opus Dei and the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross
  • st.Joseph-Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary and father of Jesus
  • Joseph of Arimathea-Figure in the story of Jesus and in Christian lore
  • st.Joseph of Copertino-Franciscan mystic Also known as: Joseph of Cupertino
  • st.Juan Diego-Aztec Indian who saw one of the few accepted apparitions of the Virgin Mary
  • st.Jude-One of Jesus’ Twelve Disciples, author of the Epistle of Jude, martyr
  • st.Julian of Norwich
  • st.Julian the Hospitaller-Legendary saint popular in the Middle Ages
  • st.Juliana of Cumae-Virgin and martyr of Cumae, Italy
  • st.Julitta-Noblewoman and martyr with her son, Quiricus
  • st.Julius I-Pope
  • st.Justin Martyr-Martyr, philosopher and defender of Christianity
  • st.Kateri Tekakwitha, Blessed-Indian mystic and convert
  • st.Katharine Drexel-Founder of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, missionary
  • st.Laura Vicuna, Blessed-Popular saint
  • st.Lawrence-Deacon and martyr
  • st.Lawrence of Brindisi-Capuchin Friar, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Lawrence of Canterbury-Benedictine and second archbishop of Canterbury
  • st.Lazarus-Brother of Martha and Mary of Bethany, friend of Jesus who was raised from the dead
  • st.Leo I-Pope and Doctor of the Church Also known as: Leo the Great
  • st.Leo II-Pope
  • st.Leo III-Pope
  • st.Leo IV-Pope
  • st.Leo IX-Pope
  • st.Leontius Byzantinus-Monk, theologian, Father of the Church
  • st.Linus-Pope
  • st.Lucy of Syracuse-Virgin and martyr Name meaning: Light; bringer of light
  • st.Luis Beltran-Patron saint of Colombia who evangelized throughout the Americas
  • st.Luke the Evangelist-Author of the third gospel and of the Acts of the Apostles
  • st.Macrina the Elder-Grandmother of SS. Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa, Macrina the Younger and Peter of Sebaste
  • st.Macrina the Younger-Granddaughter of Macrina the Elder and sister of SS. Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa and Peter Sebaste
  • st.Madeleine Sophie Barat-Founder of the Society of the Sacred Heart
  • st.Marcellinus-Pope
  • st.Marcellus I-Pope and martyr
  • st.Marcus-Pope
  • st.Margaret Mary Alacoque-Mystic and leader of the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  • st.Margaret of Antioch-One of the Fourteen Holy Helpers
  • st.Margaret of Castello, Blessed-Dominican tertiary
  • st.Margaret of Cortona-Franciscan tertiary and mystic
  • st.Margaret of Scotland-Queen of Scotland
  • st.Marguerite Bourgeoys-Founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame
  • st.Marguerite d’Youville-Superior of the Sisters of Charity
  • st.Maria Soledad-Founder of the Handmaids of Mary Serving the Sick
  • st.Mariana of Quito (Mariana de Jesús de Quito)
  • st.Marie of the Incarnation, Blessed-Missionary to Indians in Canada
  • st.Mary MacKillop-First native Australian to be beatified
  • st.Mary Magdalen
  • st.Matthew the Apostle-One of Jesus’ Twelve Disciples, author of the first book of the New Testament, martyr
  • st.Maximilian Kolbe-Founder of the Knights of the Immaculata, Franciscan martyr of World War II
  • st.Maximus of Constantinople-Abbot, mystic and Father of the Church
  • st.Mechtilde-Benedictine nun, mystic and mentor of St. Gertrude the Great
  • st.Meinrad-Benedictine hermit and martyr
  • st.Melito-Bishop of Sardis, Father of the Church
  • st.Methodius of Olympus-Bishop, ecclesiastical author, martyr and Father of the Church
  • st.Michael of Ecuador-Teacher and De LaSalle Brother
  • st.Michael the Archangel-The most prominent and greatest angel in Christian, Hebrew and Islamic lore
  • st.Miguel Agustin Pro, Blessed-Jesuit priest; martyr
  • st.Miltiades-Pope
  • st.Monica-Mother of St. Augustine of Hippo
  • st.Moses the Black-Former slave and robber turned desert hermit and martyr
  • st.Neot-Monk of Glastonbury, England
  • st.Nicholas-Bishop of Myra; identified with Santa Claus
  • st.Nicholas I-Pope
  • st.Nicholas II and Companions-Last czar of Russia and his family
  • st.Nicholas of Flue-Extraordinary hermit and civic leader in Switzerland
  • st.Nicholas of Tolentino-Augustinian preacher, miracle-worker, Patron of the Holy Souls
  • st.Nicodemus-Defender of Jesus
  • st.Nilus-Bishop, scholar, author and Father of the Church
  • st.Nonna-Wife of St. Gregory of Nazianzus
  • st.Olaf of Norway-Martyred king and patron saint of Norway
  • st.Optatus of Milevis-Bishop of Milevis, Father of the Church
  • st.Oswald-Martyred king of Northumbria
  • st.Pachomius-Egyptian Copt and a founder of communal (cenobitic) monasticism
  • st.Pacianus of Barcelona-Bishop of Barcelona, Father of the Church
  • st.Padre Pio, Blessed-Capuchin friar, stigmatist, miracle-worker
  • st.Pamphilus of Caesarea-Father of the Church, martyr
  • st.Pancras-Roman martyr popular in England
  • st.Paschal I-Pope
  • st.Paul-Apostle to the Gentiles, mystic, martyr, theologian and missionary
  • st.Paul I-Pope
  • st.Paula-Friend and patron of St. Jerome
  • st.Paulinus of Nola-Bishop of Nola, Father of the Church
  • st.Pedro de San Jose Betancur-Founder of the Hospitaller Bethlehemite (Belemite) Congregation
  • st.Perpetua and Felicity-Carthaginian martyrs, with three companions
  • st.Peter Canisius-Jesuit theologian, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Peter Chrysologus-Bishop of Ravena, Doctor of the Church, Father of the Church
  • st.Peter Claver-Missionary
  • st.Peter Damiaan-Cardinal, reformer, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Peter of Alcantara-Penitent and mystic
  • st.Peter of Sebaste-Bishop; brother of SS. Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa and Macrina the Younger
  • st.Peter-Recognized chief of Jesus’ Twelve Disciples; head of the Christian Church after the Ascension, the first pope, martyr
  • st.Petroc-Welsh monastery founder and monk
  • st.Pharailidis-Patron saint of Ghent and miracleworker
  • st.Philip Neri-Missionary and founder of the Congregation of the Oratory
  • st.Philip-One of Jesus’ Tewlve Disciples, apostle, martyr
  • st.Philomena-Saint whose uncertain historical authenticity led to the suppression of her popular cult in 1961
  • st.Pius I-Pope and martyr
  • st.Pius IX, Blessed-Longest reigning pope in history, and one of the most controversial to have been beatified
  • st.Pius V-Dominican monk, Inquisitor general, pope
  • st.Pius X-Pope
  • st.Polycarp of Smyrna-Martyred bishop of Smyrna and Greek Father of the Church whose body refused to burn in fire
  • st.Pontian-Pope and martyr
  • st.Proclus-Patriarch of Constantinople, Father of the Church
  • st.Quentin-Roman missionary and martyr
  • st.Quiricus-Three-year-old martyr with his mother, St. Julitta
  • st.Quirinus-Roman tribune and martyr
  • st.Raphael the Archangel-One of the principal angels in Judeo-Christian angelologies, accorded the rank of archangel
  • st.Rita of Cascia-Augustinian nun
  • st.Robert Bellarmine-Cardinal, theologian, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Roch-Miracle healer, especially of plague victims
  • st.Romuald-Abbot, hermit, founder of the Camaldolese Order
  • st.Rose of Lima-First person from the Americas to be canonized
  • st.Rose of Viterbo-Franciscan tertiary
  • st.Scholastica-Benedictine sister, abbess and twin sister of St. Benedict of Nursia, considered to be the first Benedictine nun
  • st.Sebastian-Roman martyr famed for the manner in which he died
  • st.Serapion the Scholastic-Bishop, scholar and head of the famed Catechetical School of Alexandria, Egypt; Greek Father of the Church
  • st.Sergius I-Pope
  • st.Silverius-Pope and martyr
  • st.Simeon Stylites-Ascetic; first of the stylitae, hermits who lived on top of pillars
  • st.Simon Stock-Carmelite mystic who helped the Carmelites become a mendicant order
  • st.Simon the Zealot-One of the Twelve Disciples of Jesus; martyr
  • st.Simplicius-Pope
  • st.Siricius-Pope and martyr
  • st.Sixtus I-Pope and martyr
  • st.Sixtus II-Pope and martyr
  • st.Sixtus III-Pope
  • st.Sophia
  • st.Sophronius-Patriarch of Jerusalem, writer and Father of the Church
  • st.Soter-Pope and martyr
  • st.Stanislaus-Bishop of Cracow
  • st.Stephen I-Pope
  • st.Stephen of Hungary-King and patron of Hungary
  • st.Stephen-Revered as the first martyr, and the most famous deacon in the early Christian Church
  • st.Sylvester I-Pope
  • st.Symmachus-Pope
  • st.Telesphorus-Pope and martyr
  • st.Teresa Benedicta of the Cross
  • st.Teresa Maria of the Cross-Discalced Carmelite nun
  • st.Teresa of Avila-Mystic and authority on mystical prayer, founder of the Discalced Carmelite Order, the first woman declared a Doctor of the Church
  • st.Terese of the Andes
  • st.Thecla-Virgin and martyr
  • st.Theophilus-Bishop of Antioch and Father of the Church
  • st.Therese of Lisieux-Discalced Carmelite nun, mystic, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Thomas Aquinas-Dominican, scholar, Doctor of the Church
  • st.Thomas Becket-Archbishop of Canterbury, martyr
  • st.Thomas More-Lord chancellor of England; scholar; martyr
  • st.Timothy-Disciple of St. Paul; Evangelist; by tradition, the first bishop of Ephesus; martyr
  • st.Turibius Mogroveio-Bishop; missionary; founder
  • st.Ulrich-Benedictine monk and monastery founder
  • st.Urban I-Pope
  • st.Urban II-Benedictine monk, pope
  • st.Urban V-Benedictine monk, pope
  • st.Ursula-Legendary martyred virgin whose cult has been suppressed
  • st.Ursus-Archdeacon of Aosta, Italy, and miracle-worker
  • st.Valentine
  • st.Victor I-Pope
  • st.Victor III-Pope
  • st.Vincent de Paul-Founder of the Congregation of the Mission and the Sisters of Charity, Patron of all Charities
  • st.Vincent Ferrer-Dominican friar and missionary
  • st.Vincent of Lerins-Father of the Church
  • st.Vitalian-Pope
  • st.Vladimir I of Kiev-Patron saint of Russia
  • st.Walburga-Abbess
  • st.Wenceslaus-Duke of Bohemia, patron saint of Bohemia and of other parts of the present Czech Republic, martyr
  • st.William of Norwich-Alleged martyr
  • st.Zachary-Father of St. John the Baptist
  • st.Zachary I-Pop
  • st.Zephyrinus-Pope and martyr
  • st.Zita-Servant renowned for her charity and miracles
  • st.Zosimus-Pope
  • St.Adalbert of Prague
  • St.Adelaide-Also known as Adelheid
  • St.Adeodatus I-Pope Also known as: Deusdedit
  • St.Agapetus I-Pope and martyr Also known as: Agapitus
  • St.Agatha-Virgin and martyr Name meaning _ good
  • St.Agatho-Pope Also known as: Thaumaturgus
  • St.Agnes of Assisi-Abbess and miracle worker; the younger sister of St. Clare of Assisi, founder of the Poor Clares
  • St.Agnes of Rome-Virgin and martyr Name meaning Pure one
  • St.Agostina Petrantoni-Martyr of charity Also known as: Agostina Pietrantoni, Livia Pietranton
  • St.Aidan of Lindisfarne-Bishop and monastic founder
  • St.Alban-Reportedly the first martyr in England during the persecutions by Emperor Diocletian
  • St.Albert the Great-Doctor of the Church, theologian, bishop and philosopher
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  • sts.Boris and Gleb-Martyrs of Russia, betrayed by one of their own brothers
  • sts.Jacinta and Francisco Marto-Sister and brother, the youngest of the three visionaries who saw the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal, in 1917
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