Relics Currently Included In Our Collection

We were declared a Shrine of All Saints by Cardinal Blase Cupich on November 1, 2015.  We currently have the relics of over 3,000 saints, making ours the second largest collection in the country, after St. Anthony's Shrine in Pittsburgh.

 Alphabetical List of Relics in St. Martha Church, Morton Grove

Aaron (Aihran) of Aleth, Brittany, Hermit
Aaron of Caerleon, Wales, Romano-Briton Soldier, Martyr
Abdon, Martyr
Abel, Archbishop of Rheims
Abilius, 3rd Patriarch of Alexandria
Abraham of Smolensk, Abbot
Abundius, Martyr
Abundius, Bishop of Como
Abundinus, Martyr
Abra, Daughter of St. Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers
Absalom of Cappadocia, Martyr
Acacius (Acathius) of Cappadocia, Soldier, Martyred in Byzantium
Acharius, Bishop of Noyon and Tournai, Belgium
Acathius, Martyr
Acepsimas, Bishop of Hnaita, Western Persia, Martyr
Achius, Martyr
      Achilleus of Rome, Praetorian Guard, Martyr
      Acindynus, Persian Martyr
Acindynus of Thrace, Martyr
Acislo, Martyr of Cordoba
Adalar, Benedictine Companion of St. Boniface, Martyr
Adalbald of Ostrevant, Martyr
Adalbert (Voitech) Bishop of Prague and Martyr
Adam, Abbot of San Sabino Monastery in Fermo, Italy
Adela, Matron, Mother of St. Trond
Adelaide, Empress
Adelfa Soro de Nuestra Senora del Rosario, Dominican Nun, Martyr
Adelgunde (Aldegundis), Founding Abbess of Maubeuge
Adeltrudis, Countess of Aurillac, Mother of St. Gerald
Aderald of Troyes, Canon and Archdeacon
Adrian III, Pope
Adrian, Soldier and Martyr
Adriana of Frisia, Virgin and Martyr
Adolph, Martyr
Adulph, English Auxiliary Bishop of Maestricht
Aelred (Ethelred) Cistercian, Third Abbot of Rievaulx, Yorkshire, England
Aemiliana of Rome, Virgin, Aunt of Pope Gregory the Great
Aemilianus, Irish Abbot of Legny
Aemilius (Emilio) Martyr
Aengus the Culdee, Author of the Martyrology of Tallaght
Aetherius, Martyr
Aetherius, Bishop of Vienne
Afra, Virgin martyred at Augsburg
Agabus of Antioch, New Teatament Prophet
      Agabus, Bishop of Novara
      Agapitus of Rome, Pope
Agapitus, Bishop of Ravenna
Agapitus, Martyr
Agapitus of Caesarea, Martyr
Agapitus of Palestrina, Martyr
Agatha of Catania, Virgin and Martyr
Agathangelus, Martyr
Agatho, Pope
Agathonia, Martyr
Agathpodes, Deacon, Martyred in Thessaloniki
Agilbert, Bishop of Angers
Agileus, Martyred at Carthage
Agilus (Ayeul), Abbot of Rebais (near Paris)
Agnellus of Naples, Abbot
Agnellus, Archbishop of Ravenna
Agnes of Bohemia (Agnes of Prague), Princess and Poor Clare Abbess
Agnes of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Agnes of Montepulciano, Dominican Prioress
Agnes of Poitiers, St. Radegund’s adopted daughter, 1st Abbess of Holy Cross Convent
Agoardus, Martyr
Agricola, Bishop (either of Avignnon or Nevers)
Agricola, Martyr of Pannoia
Agrippina of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Agrippina of Mineo, Sicily, Virgin and Martyr
Agrippinus, Bishop of Naples
Aibert, Benedictine Hermit
Aidan, Bishop of Lindisfarne
Ailbe, (Elvis) Irish Bishop of Emly
Airald, Bishop of st. Jean-de-Maurienne
Alain (Alan, Allen), Abbot of Lavaur in Gascony
Alain de Solminiihac, Augustinian Bishop of Cahors
Alaric of Ufnau, Swiss Priest and Hermit
Alban, Soldier, Protomartyr of England
Alberic, Co-founder of the Cistercian Order
Alberic Crescitelli, Italian Missionary, Martyred in China
Albert Avogadro, Patriarch of Jerusalem, Co-founder of the Carmelite Order
Albert of Bergamo, Married, third order Dominican, Confessor
Albert the Great, Dominican Bishop of Magdeburg and Doctor of the Church
Albert, Count of Haigerloch
Albert of Louvain, Cardinal Bishop of Liege, Martyr
Albertina Berkenbrock, Young Woman Martyred in Brazil
Alberto Marvelli, Head of Catholic Action in Italy
Albina of Formio, Virgin and Martyr
Albinus (Albino), Bishop of Vercelli
Alburga, First Abbess of Wilton
Alcuin of York, Abbot of Tours, Head of Charlemagne’s School at Aachen
Aldebrandus (Hildebrand) of Fossombrone, Abbot of Rimini
Aldegund, Adelgund, Foundress and First Abbess of Maubeuge, Hainault
Aldegonde, Virgin, Abbess of Mons, Sister of Waldetrude
Aldhelm, Abbot of Malmesbury, Bishop of Sherborne, England
Alena of Dielbeck, Brabant, Virgin and Martyr
Alexander Akimetes (the Sleepless One) Founder of the Sleepless One monks
Alexander Carbonera, Bishop and Martyr
Alexander, Patriarch of Constsntinople
Alexander of Drizipara (Thrace), Soldier and Martyr
Alexander, Patriarch of Alexandria
Alexander, Martyr
Alexander, Martyr
Alexander, Martyred at Antwerp
Alexander I, Pope and Martyr
Alexander of Carthage, Martyr
Alexander Nevsky, Greatest Hero of Rus’
Alexander of Pydna, Macedonia, Soldier and Martyr
Alexander Sauli, Bishop, Apostle of Corsica
Alexandra of Egypt, Solitary
Alexis of Rome, Confessor
Alexis Falconieri, one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex
Alfred Pampalon, Canadian Redemptorist Priest, patron of alcoholics and drug addicts
Alfons (Joseph) Maria Mazurek, Polish Carmelite Priese, Murdered by the Nazis
Alfonso (Alphonsus) Pacecho, Jesuit Priest, Martyred in India
Alice of Scherbeck, Cisterician Nun
Allaume of Burgos, French Soldier, Spanish Benedictine
Alodia of Huesca, Martyr of Cordoba
Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit Novice
Aloysius (Luigi) Guanella, Priest, Founder of the Servants of Charity and the Daughters of St. Mary of Providence
Alphaeus of Caesarea in Palsetine, Martyr
Alphonsa Muttathupadathu, Poor Clare Nun, first canonized Indian saint
Alphonsus Maria de Liguori, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, Founded the Redemptorists
Alphonsus (Alonzo) Rodriguez, Jesuit Lay Brother
Altfrid (Alfred), Bishop of Hildesheim
Altmann, Bishop of Passau
Alvaro of Cordoba, Dominican Prior
Alypius, Bishop of Tagaste in North Africa
Amadeus IX, Duke of Savoy
Amalia (Amalburga) Abbess of Rodin
Amand (Amandus), Bishop of Bordeaux
Amand (Amandus) Bishop of Rennes, Brittany
Amand (Amandus), Bishop of Maestricht, Apostle to Flanders
Amandus, Bishop of Worms
Amantia, Martyr
Amantius, Bishop of Como
Amasius, Bishop of Teano, Italy
Amata, Martyr
Amator, Martyred in Alexandria
Amatus, Solider, Martyred at Nyon (Neuss) on Lake Geneva, Switzerland
Ambrose, Bishop of Milan and Father of the Church
Amelberga (Amalberga) of Rodin, Flanders, Virgin
Amon, Egyptian Abbot
Anacleto Gonzalez Flores, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Anacletus, Pope and Martyr
Ananias (Hananiah) of Damascus, Bishop and Martyr, who baptized St. Paul
Anastasia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Anastasia the Patrician of Constantinople, Hermitess
Anastasia of Sirmium, Virgin and Martyr
Anastasius I, Patriarch of Antioch
Anastasius, Bishop of Brescia
Anastasius, First Archbishop of Hungary, Friend of St. Stephen of Hungary
Anastasius the Persian, Martyr
Anatolia of Thora, on Lake Velino, Italy, Martyr
Anatolius, Bishop (either of Constantinople or of Laodicia)
Anatolius, Bishop of Milan
Anathoile-Francoise Thoulier, Poor Clare Mystic
Andre (Arnold) Bessette, Canadian Holy Cross Brother
Andrea Dotti, Servite Priest
Andrei Rublev, Russian monk, great Iconographer
Andreas Wouters (Walter), Secular Priest, one of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Andreas Sola y Molist, Mexican Claretian Priest, Cristero Martyr
Andrew the Apostle
Andrew Avellino (baptized “Lancelot”), Theatine Priest
Andrew Bobola, Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Andrew Calibita
Andrew Corsini, Carmelite Bishop of Fiesole
Andrew, Archbishop of Crete
Andrew Hubert Fournet, Priest, Co-founder of the Daughters of the Cross
Andrew Kim Taegon, Jesuit Priest, First Korean Priest, Martyr
Andrew of Montereale, Augustinian Priest
Andronicus, Martyr
Anectus of Cesarea, Martyr
Angadrisma, daughter of Bishop Robert I of Tours, Abbess of Oroce-des-Vierges
Angela of Foligno
Angela Merici, Foundress of the Ursulines
Fra Angelico (Fra Giovanni da Fiesole, born Guido di Pietro) Dominican Renaissance artist
Angelina, Despotissa, Albanian Queen of Serbia, Matron
Angelo of Furcio, Augustinian Priest
Angelo Paoli, Carmelite Priest
Angelus (Angelo) of Jerusalem (of Sicily), Carmelite Martyred in Sicily
Angus McNisse (Macinisius), 1st Bishop/Abbot of Kells, appointed by St. Patrick
Anianus, Second Patriarch of Alexandria
Anianus (Aignan), Bishop of Orleans, Confessor
Anicetus, Pope
Ann Lyne, Martyred under Queen Elizabeth I
Anna Schaeffer. Bavarian Mystic and Stigmatic
Anna Maria Taigi, Widow, Prophet
Anne, Mother of Our Lady
Anne Catherine Emmerich, Augustinian nun, ecstatic, stigmatic
Anne-Marie Javouhey, Nun, Foundress of the Institute of St. Joseph of Cluny
Anne of St. Bartholomew, dear friend and secretary of Teresa of Avila
Annibale (Hanibal) Maria di Francia, Priest, Servant of the Poor
Anno II, Archbishop of Cologne
Anonimus, Martyr
Anselm, Martyr
Anselm, Abbot of Fanano
Anselm, Abbot of Nonatola
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury and Doctor of the Church
Ansfrid, Count and Bishop of Utrecht
Ansgar (Oscar), Archbishop of Bremen, Apostle to Scandinavia
Ansovinus, Bishop of Camerino
Ansurio (Iscarus), Bishop of Orense, Spain
Anthelm, Carthusian Bishop of Belley
Anthimus of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Antonina of Nicaea, Martyr
Antoninus, Dominican Archbishop of Florence
Antonius, Martyr
Antholin (Anatolianus) of Palmiers, Martyr
Anthony Claret, Archbishop of Havana and Founder of the Claretians
Anthony of Amandola, Augustinian Priest
Anthony Baldinucci, Jesuit Priest, Preacher of Missions
Anthony dei Vici, of Stroncone, Franciscan Lay Brother
Anthony Mary Gianelli, Bishop of Bobbio
Anthony the Great of Egypt, Abbot
Anthony of Kiev, Co-Founder of Kiev’s Monastery of the Caves
Anthony of Lerins, Hermit
Anthony of Padua, Franciscan Priest
Anthony Maria Pucci, Confessor
Anthony Fernandez, Jesuit Lay Brother
Anthony Francisco, Jesuit Priest, Martyred in India
Anthony Neyrot, Dominican Priest, Martyr
Anthony, Abbot of Siya, Novgorod
Anthony Turner, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Anthony Maria Zaccaria, Priest, Founder of the Barnabites
Anthusa of Mantinea, Byzantine Abbess
Anthusa of Constantinople, Princess, Founding Abbess of the Omona Monastery
Antiochus of Anastasiopolis, Martyr
Antoine Daniel, Jesuit Priest, One of the North American Martyrs
Antonia, Martyr
Antonius Van Hoornaar, Franciscan Priest, one of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Antoninus, Dominican Archbishop of Florence
Antoninus, Archbishop of Milan
Aphraates (Pharhadh) Persian Sage, Bishop
Aphrodise (Aphrodisius), First Bishop of Beziers, Martyr
Apollinaris, Bishop of Hierapolis
Apollinaris, First Bishop of Ravenna and Martyr
Apollinaris Syncletica of Egypt, Virgin
Apollonia of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr
Apollonius of Alexandria, Priest, Martyr
Apollonius the Apollogist, Roman Senator and Martyr
Apphianus of Casearea, Martyr
Apuleius of Rome, Martyr
Aquillina of Byblos, Virgin and Martyr
Aquillinus, Bishop of Evreux
Arcacius, Bishop of Militene, Armenia
Archangelo Canetuli, Augustinian Canon, died as Archbishop-elect of Florence
Aretas of Najran, Arabia, Martyr
Aristides of Athens, Apologist, Martyr
Aristo of Alexandria, Priest, Martyr
Ariston of Porto, Martyr
Arialdus, Deacon and Martyr
Armel of Brittany, Abbot of Saint-Armel-des-Boscheaux and Plou-Remel Monasteries
Armentarius, Bishop of Pavia
Arminius, Martyred with his mother in Egypt
Armogastes, Vandal Courtier, Martyr
Arnold (Arnulph), Bishop of Soissons
Arnold Janssen, Priest, Founder of the Divine Word Missionaries
Arnulph, Bishop of Metz
Arquimimus, Vandal Companion of Armogastes, Martyr
Arsenius the Great, Roman Deacon, Imperial Tutor, Hermit in Egypt
Artaldus, Bishop of Belley
Artemas, Martyred in Puozzoli
Arthemia, Martyr
Asaph, Bishop of St. Asaph, Wales
Asella of Rome, Virgin and Hermitess
Assicus (Asaco), Bishop of Elphin, Roscommon, Ireland
Assunta Maria Pallotta, Nun, Missionary to China
Associatus, Martyr
Aspren, First Bishop of Naples
Aspretanus, Bishop of Naples
Asteria of Bergamo, Virgin and Martyr
Asterius of Ostia, Martyr
Asterius, Bishop of Petra, Arabia
Athanasia, Martyr
Athanasios of Athos, Monk, Founder of Mount Athos
Athanasius, Patriarch of Alexandria and Father of the Church
Athenodorus of Mesopotamia, Syrian Monk, Martyr
Atilano Cruz Alvarado, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Atilano, First Bishop of Zamora
Attala, Alsatian Abbess
Attalus, Second Abbot of Bobbio
Atto, Bishop of Pistoia, Italy
Attracta (Adracht) of Tourlestane, Co. Sligo, Irish Abbess
Aubin (Albinus), Bishop of Angers
Audactus, Martyr
Auditor, Confessor, Companion of St. Austremonius
Audomarus (Omer), Bishop of Thérouanne
Augustin Caloca Cortes, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Augustine, Archbishop of Canterbury
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo and Father of the Church
Augustina Pietrantoni, Sister of Charity, Murdered at Santo Spirito Hospital, Rome
Augustus, Martyr
Augustus (Augustine) Tolton, African American Chicago Priest
Aurea of Cordoba, Virgin and Martyr
Aurea (Oria) of San Millan, Spanish Anchoress
Aurelia, Virgin and Martyr
Aurelia of Strasbourg, Virgin and Hermitess
Aurelius, Martyr
Aurelius, Bishop of Carthage, Martyr
Aurelius of Cordoba, Martyr
Aurelius, Bishop of LePuy
Aurora, Virgin and Martyr
Austindus, Bishop of Auch
Austreberta, Benedictine Abbess of Pavilly, Normandy
Austregisil (Outrille), Bishop of Bourges
Austremonius, Bishop and Martyr, Apostle to Auvergne
Austrufle, Abbot of Fontenelle
Autbert, Bishop of Avranches
Auxentius of Bithynia, Syrian Hermit
Aventor, Martyr, Patron of Turin
Avertanus, Carmelite Lay Brother
Avertinus of Troyes
Avertinus of Vencay, English Gilbertine Hermit (friend of Thomas a Becket)
Avitus, Martyr
Avitus, Bishop of Vienne
Aya, Matron, patroness of lawsuits
Azarias, Martyr
Azelia (Zelie) Guerin Martin, Mother of St. Therese of Lisieux

Bacchus, Soldier and Martyr, Companion of St. Sergius
Badulph (Badour), Abbot of Ainsalt
Balbina of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Baldomerus, Monk from Lyon, Patron of Locksmiths
Baldus, Bishop of Tours
Barbara the New Martyr, Barbara Yakovleva, companion of Elizabeth the New Martyr
Barbara of Nicomedia, Virgin and Martyr
Bardo, Benedictine Bishop of Mainz
Barlaam of Antioch, Martyr
Barlaam, First Abbot of the Kiev Lavra
Barnabas, Disciple and Associate of St. Paul
Barsanuphius, Egyptian Abbot
Barses, Bishop of Edessa, Syria
Bartholomaeus degl’ Amidei, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Bartholomew the Apostle
Bartolomeo (Bartolo) Longo, Confessor
Bartholomew Pucci-Franceschi, Capuchin Priest
Bartolo Fanti of Mount Carmel. Confessor
Barulus, Martyred in Antioch
Basil, Bishop of Amasea, Martyred at Nicomedia on March 28, 322
Basil, Confessor, Father of Basil the Great
Basil the Great, Bishop of Cappadocian Caesarea and Father of the Church
Basil, Bishop of Parium
Basilia, Coptic Virgin, Martyred under Gallienus
Basilides, Martyr
Basiliscus, Bishop of Comana (Pontus), Martyr
Basilissa of Antioch, Virgin and Martyr
Basilissa of Rome, Martyr (buried St. Peter and St. Paul)
Basinus, Scandinavian, Martyred in Ghent
Basolus of Rheims, Monk and Confessor
Bathilda, Queen of Neustria
Baudilius (Baudier) of Nimes, Martyr
Bavo (Allowin) of Ghent and Haarlem, Prince and Monk
Beata, Martyr
Beatrice d’Este I, nun
Beatrice d’Este II, Benedictine
Beatrice of Nazareth, Cistercian Mystic
Beatrice da Silva, Foundress of the Order of the Immaculate Conception of Mary
Bede the Venerable, Monk and Father of English History
Bede the Younger, Benedictine Monk of Cavallo
Bega of Northumbria, Abbess
Begga, Widow of Pepin
Benedict II, Pope
Benedict of Benevento, Benedictine Priest, Martyr, one of the Five Holy Martyrs of Poland
Benedict Biscop, Abbot, Founder of Wearmouth and Jarrow Monasteries
Benedict Crispus, Bishop of Milan
Benedict of Herbauge
Benedict Joseph Labre
Benedict the Moor of S. Filadelfo (San Fradello), Franciscan
Benedict of Nursia, Abbot and Founder of the Benedictines
Benedicta, Martyr
Benen, Patrick’s Psalm-singer, second Bishop of Armagh
Benev ?, Bishop
Benezet of Avignon, Benedict the Bridge Builder
Benigna, Martyred in Gaul
Benignus of Dijon, Martyr
Benildis, Matron and Martyr of Cordoba
Benildis (Peter Romancon) French Christian Brother, Confessor
Benjamin, Martyr
Benjamin Julian (Vicente Alonso Andres’), Spanish Christian Broher, Martyr
Benno, Bishop of Meissen
Benvenuto Scotivoli, Bishop of Osimo
Berardo de Corbio, Franciscan Martyr
Bercharius, Abbot of Der, Martyr
Beregiso, Abbot of Andage
Berenice, Virgin and Martyr
Berisimus (Verissimus) Roman Boy Martyr
Berlinda (Bellande) of Meerbeke, Virgin
Bernadette Soubirous, Nun, Visionary of Lourdes
Bernadine of Siena, Franciscan Reforming Priest
Bernadino Realino, Jesuit Priest
Bernard of Clairvaux, Cistercian Abbot and Doctor of the Church
Bernard of Corleone, Capuchin Brother
Bernard of Menthon, Confessor
Bernard of Offida, Capuchin Lay Brother
Bernard of Thiron (Abbeville), Benedictine Abbot
Bernard Ptolemei, Founder of the Olivetans
Bernard of Rodez, Benedictine Monk
Bernardo of Alcira (Ahmet Ibn Al Mansur), Cistercian Martyr
Bernardo Calvo, Spanish Cistercian Bishop
Bernardo Maria Silvestrelli, Priest, “Second Founder” of the Passionists
Berno, First Abbot of Cluny
Bernward, Bishop of Hildesheim, Architect
Bertha d’Alberti de Bardi, Villambrosan Benedictine nun
Bertha, Queen of Kent
Berthold, 1st Superior General of the Carmelites
Berthold, Abbot of Engelberg
Bertrand, Bishop of Comminges
Bertuinus, Bishop of Malonne
Bertulph, Abbot of Bobbio
Bessarion of Egypt, Hermit
Betanion (Bettanio) Bishop of Tomi, Syria
Bettelin, English Hermit, friend of St. Guthlac
Bibiana (Viviana) of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Bicor, Persian Bishop, Martyred by King Shapur II of Persia
Bihildis, Abbess of Chelles
Bilius, Bishop of Dariorigo (Vannes), Brittany
Birgitta Morello of Jesus, Foundress, Ursuline Sisters of the Immaculate Conception
Birinus, Bishop, Apostle to Wessex
Blaise, Bishop of Sebaste and Martyr
Blanchard of Nesle-la-Reposte, Confessor
Blandina of Lyon, Virgin and Martyr
Blane, Bishop of Dunbland, Scotland
Bogomil, Bishop of Gniezno, Poland
Bona of Pisa, Virgin
Bonajuncta Monetti, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Bonaventure, Franciscan Cardinal and Doctor of the Church
Bonaventure of Barcelona, Franciscan Priest
Bonaventure of Potenza, Franciscan
Boniface IV, Pope
Boniface, Cistercian Bishop of Lausanne, Switzerland
Boniface, Martyr
Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz, Apostle of Germany, and Martyr
Boniface of Savoy, 46th Archbishop of Canterbury
Bonfilius Monaldi, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Bonita of Brioude, Hermitess
Bonitus (Bonet), Bishop of Clermont
Bononius, Benedictine Abbot of Lucedio
Bonosius, Camoldolese Abbot
Bonosa, Martyr
Bonosus, Bishop of Trier
Bonosus, Martyr
Boris, Prince of Kiev, Martyr
Braulio M. Corres and his 68 companions, Brothers Hospitallers of St. John of God, Martyrs
Braulio, Bishop of Zaragozza
Brendan, Abbot of Birr
Brendan “the Navigator”, Abbot of Clonfert
Bretanion, Bishop of Tomi (Constanta), Romania
Brice (Britius) Second Bishop of Tours
Bridget (Birgitta) of Sweden, Widow and Foundress of the Bridgettines
Brigid (Bride) of Ireland, Abbess of Kildare
Brigid (Britta) Scottish Princess, martyred in Picardy with her sister Maura
Brinstan (Birstan), Bishop of Winchester
Bronisalva Odrowaz, Norbertine Nun, Cousin of Sts. Hyacinth and Ceslaus
Bruno, Priest and Founder of the Carthusians
Bruno, Bishop of Minden
Budoc, Bishop of Dol, in Brittany
Burchard, 1st Bishop of Würzburg
Bugudnofara (Fara), Abbess of Faremoutiers

Caecilius of Carthage, Priest who converted Cyprian, who took care of his wife and children after Caecilius died
Caecilius, First Birshop of Granada, Martyr
Caesarius, Archbishop of Arles
Caesarius of Armenia, Martyr
Caesarius of Terracina, Deacon and Martyr
Caetano Errico, Priest, Founder of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
Caius, Pope and Martyr
Cajetan (Gaetano), Co-founder of the Clerics Regular, Theatines
Calepodius of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Calliope of Lerma, Spain, Martyr
Calliopus of Perge, Martyr
Callista of Cappadocia, Martyr, Companion of St. Dorothy
Callistratus, Martyred in Chalcedon
Callistus, Bishop of Todi and Martyr
Callistus of Corinth, Martyr
Callistus I, Pope and Martyr
Callistus Calvario, Salesian Priest, Martyred in China
Calminius, Co-founder of Three French Abbeys
Calocerus of Rome, Imperial Eunuch, Martyr
Calogero of Sicily, Hermit
Camilla Battista da Varano, Poor Clare Abbess
Camillus de Lellis, Priest, Founder of the Camillans
Candida, Roman Virgin and Martyr
Candidus, Martyr of Alexandria
Candidus, Martyr
Candidus, Martyr
Candidus, Martyr
Canice, Irish Abbot of Kilkenny
Canio, Bishop of Atelle (Compania), Martyred by Vandals
Canute, King of Denmark
Caprasius, Bishop of Agen and Martyr
Caprasius of Lerins, Hermit
Caradoc, Welsh Nobleman, Harpist and Hermit
Carantoc, Bishop of Cardigan, Wales
Caraunus (Cheron) of Chartres, Deacon and Martyr
Carileffus of Menat, Monk in Auvergne
Carilippus of Languedoc, Martyr
Carisima of Albi, Martyr
Carl Steeb, Priest, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy of Verona
Carla Ronci
Carlo Liviero, Bishop of Citá di Castello, Founder of the Little Brothers of the Sacred Heart
Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Samtoago. Layman, First Beatified Puerto Rican
Carmen Sallas y Barangueras, Founder, Conceptionist Sisters of Education, strong supporter of women’s rights
Carthage of Lismore
Casilda of Toledo, Martyr
Casimir, Prince of Poland, Patron of Poland and Lithuania
Cassianus of Imola, Martyr
Cassianus, Bishop of Todi, Martyr
Cassianus, Martyr
Cassius, Bishop of Nardi
Castor of Aquitaine (of Karden), Priest, Hermit
Castor, One of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs
Castor of Tarsus, Martyr
Castrense, Bishop of Castel Volturno, Martyr
Castricianus, Bishop of Milan
Castulus, Martyr
Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr
Catherine of Bologna, Poor Clare Abbess
Catherine of Genoa, Widow, Mystic
Catherine Labouré, Daughter of Charity, Saw Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Catherine dei Ricci, Dominican Mystic
Catherine of Siena, Dominican Mystic and Doctor of the Church
Catherine of Sweden, Nun, Daughter of Brigit of Sweden
Catherine Thomas (Catalina Tomas) of Palma, Augustinian Canoness
Catherine Volpicelli, Foundress of the Institute of the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart
Cayetana of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr
Catherine of St. Augustine (Catherine de Simon de Longpre), Augustinian foundress of the Hotel Dieu in Quebec
Cecilia Cesarini, Dominican Nun
Cecilia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Ceferino, Martyr
Celedonius, Soldier and Martyr
Celerinus, African Martyr
Celestine, Martyr
Celestine V (Peter of Morone), the only Pope who has ever retired
Celsus, Martyr
Censurius, Bishop of Auxerre
Ceolfrid (Geolfridus), Abbot of Jarrow and Wearmouth, Teacher of Bede the Venerable
Cera (Keira) of Kileary, Irish Abbess
Cerbonius, Bishop of Piombino
Cerbonius, Bishop of Verona
Ceronatus, Martyr
Cesare Baronio (Baronius), Roman Cardinal, Church Historian
Cetteus. Bishop of Amiternun, Patron of Pescara
Chad (Caeda) of Mercia, Archbishop of York, Bishop of Lichfield
Charbel (born Abdullah Youssef) Makhlouf, Maronite Hermit
Chariton, Hermit
Charles Borromeo, Cardinal Archbishop of Milan
Charles de Foucauld, Cistercian Priest, Martyr
Charles Garnier, Jesuit Priest, North American Martyr
Charles Lwanga, One of the Martyrs of Uganda
Charles Houben of Mount Argus, Passionist Brother
Charles of Sezze (Giancarlo Marchione), Franciscan Lay Brother, Stigmatist
Chelidonia, Benedictine Hermitess
Christiana of Lucca, (Oringa of the Cross), Augustinian Nun
Christina of Bolsena, Virgin and Martyr
Christina, Virgin Martyred in Persia
Christopher of Lycia, Martyr
Christotelus, Martyr
Chrysanthus, Egyptian, martyred in Rome with his Greek wife, Daria
Chrysogonus, Bishop of Aquilea, Martyr
Chrysolius (Chrysole) Armenian Bishop Martyred in Flanders c. 300
Ciaran (Kieran), Abbot of Clonmacnois
Ciaran (Kieran), Abbot of Saighir
Cireneus of Spoleto
Cirilo Bertran (Jose Sanz Tejedor), Superior of Christian Brothers of Turon, Martyred in Spain in 1934
Clara Gambacorta, Dominican Nun, the Dominican “Teresa”
Clare of Assisi, Foundress of the Poor Clares, Clarissas
Clare of Montefalco, Augustinian Nun
Clarentius, Bishop of Vienne
Clarus (Clair), Bishop of Nantes
Clarus of Vienne, Abbot of St. Marcel
Claude Chevrier, French Vincentian Priest Martyred in China in 1870
Claude de la Colombiere, Jesuit Priest, Spiritual Director of St. Margaret Mary
Claudia, Virgin, Martyred at Aminsus
Claudine Thevenet, Foundress of the Congregation of the Religious of Jesus and Mary
Claudius, Martyred at Leon, Spain
Claudius of Rome, Martyr
Clelia Barbieri, Foundress of the Little Sisters of the Mother of Sorrows
Clement of Alexandria, Head of the Catechetical School
Clement I (of Rome), Pope, Martyr, and Father of the Church
Clement, Martyr
Clement Mary Hofbauer, Redemptorist Priest, “Apostle of Vienna”
Clementianus of Carthage, North African Martyr
Cleta, Martyr
Cletus, Pope and Martyr
Cleonicus of Pontus, Martyr
Clodulph, Bishop of Metz
Clotilde, Queen of the Franks, Wife of Clovis
Cloud (Clodoaldus), Abbot
Coelestinus, Martyr
Colette of Corbie, Reformer of the Poor Clares
Colman (Mocholmoc) Bishop of Dromore, Ireland
Colman, companion to St. Kilian, martyred in Würzburg
Coloman (Colman) Irish pilgrim martyred at Stockerau, Austria
Columba of Cordova, Nun, Martyr
Columba (Columcille), Abbot of Iona
Columba (Joseph) Marmion, Benedictine Abbot
Columbanus (Columban), Irish Missionary to Europe
Conan (Mochonna) Irish Missionary Bishop on the Isle of Man
Concordius of Spoleto, Martyr
Conindrus, Priest baptized and ordained by St. Patrick, Missionary to the Isle of Man
Cono of Lucania, Benedictine Monk
Conon of Naso, Sicily, Basilian Monk
Conon of Pamphylia, Gardener and Martyr
Conrad, Bishop of Constance
Conrad Birndorfer of Parzham, Capuchin Priest
Conrad of Piacenza, Confessor
Consortia of Lyon, Ascetic
Constabilis, 4th Abbot of Cava
Constance (Constantia Augusta, Costanza), daughter of Emperor Constantine I
Constance of Vercelli, Virgin
Constantine the Great, Emperor
Constantine, Bishop of Gap
Constantine II, King of Scotland, Martyr
Conatantius (one of several)
Constantius, Bishop of Perugia
Contardo d’Este, pilgrim
Corbinian (Waldegiso), First Abbot and Bishop of Freising
Cordula, Virgin and Martyr
Corentin, first Bishop of Quimper, Brittany
Cornelia, Martyr
Cornelia, Martyred in Africa
Cornelius, Pope and Martyr
Cosmas, Syrian Physician and Martyr
Cosmos, Martyred near Jerusalem
Crato, Martyr
Cristobal Magallanes Jara, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Crescentia, Governess of St. Vitus, Martyr
Crescentia Hoss, nun of the Third Order of St. Francis
Crescentiana of Rome, Martyr
Crescentius, Martyr
Crescentius of Myra, Martyr
Crestus of Tomis, Martyr
Crispin of Soissons, Martyr
Crispin of Viterbo, Capuchin Lay Brother
Crispinian of Soissons, Shoemaker, Martyr
Cucufas, Martyr
Cunegunda, Empress
Cunibert, 9th Bishop of Cologne
Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne
Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, Martyr, and Father of the Church
Cyriaca (Dominica), Virgin martyred at Nicomedia
Cyaiaca of Rome, Martyr
Cyriacus, Bishop of Ancona and Martyr
Cyriacus of Attala in Pamphylia, boy Martyr
Cyriacus of Buonvicino, Basilian Monk, Martyr
Cyriacus of Rome, Deacon and Martyr
Cyril Bedizersky (of Belozero?), Russian monk
Cyril, Bishop of Turov
Cyril, Martyr
Cyril, Deacon of Hierapolis and Martyr
Cyril, Monk, Missionary to Moravia, Developer of the Cyrillic Alphabet
Cyril, Patriarch of Alexandria and Father of the Church
Cyril of Heliopolis (Baalbek), Deacon, Martyr
Cyril, Patriarch of Jerusalem and Father of the Church
Cyril of Thessalonika, Martyr
Cyrus of Egypt, Martyr
Czeslaw (Ceslas) Odrowaz, Dominican Priest, Brother of St. Hyacinth

Dacius, Martyr
Dagmar Margaret of Bohemia, Queen of Denmark
Dagobert II, King of Austrasia, Martyr
Dalmatius of Constantinople, Archimandrite
Dalmatius, Bishop of Pavia
Dalmatius. Bishop of Rodez
Damasus, Pope
Damian, Physician and Martyr
Damian, Bishop of Pavia
Daniel, Martyr
Daniel of Moscow, Prince, Monk, Founder of the Danilov Monastery
Daniel, Abbot of Skete, Egypt
Daniel the Stylite, Priest and Confessor
Daphrosa (Dafrosa), Mother of St. Bibiana, Martyr
Daria, Greek, martyred in Rome with her Egyptian husband, Chrysanthus
Dario Acosta Zurita. Priest, Cristero Martyr
Dathus, Bishop of Ravenna
David Galvan Bermudez, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
David Lewis, Welsh Jesuit Priest, Martyr
David Roldan Lara, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
David Uribe Velasco, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
David, Abbot of Himmerode
David (Dewi), Bishop of Menevia (St. Davids), Patron of Wales
David of Thessalonica, Hermit
Davinus the Pilgrim
Deicola (Deicuil), Irish Missionary Abbot
Deiniol (Daniel), First Bishop of Bagor, Carnarvon, Wales
Delphine, Mother St. Delphine (Marie-Antoinette) Fontbonne, Canadian nun
Delphinus, Bishop of Bordeaux
Demetria of Rome. Virgin and Martyr
Demetrius of Sirmium (and Thessaloniki), Deacon and Martyr
Denis (Dionysius), First Bishop of Paris and Martyr
Denis Auguste Affre, Archbishop of Paris, martyred for peace, June 27. 1848
Deodata, Martyr
Deodatus, Bishop of Nevers
Deodatus, bishop of Nola
Deodatus of Sora, Martyr
Deogratias, Bishop of Carthage
Deusdedit (Frithona, Adeodatus), First Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury
Deusdedit (Adeodatus I), Pope
Desiderius (Didier), Bishop of Vienne
Desiderius (Didier), Bishop of Langres, Martyr
Désiré-Félicien-François-Joseph, Cardinal Mercier, Archbishop of Mechlin-Brussels
Devota (Devote), Virgin and Martyr, Patroness of Monaco
Diana de Andelo, Dominican Prioress of St. Agnes Convent in Bologna
Dictino, Bishop of Astorga
Didacus (San Diego) of Alcala, Franciscan Brother
Diego Jose of Cadiz, Capuchin Preacher to the Andalusia area
Diego Luis of San Vitores, Jesuit Missionary to Guam, died with St. Pedro Calungsod
Digna of Augsburg, Virgin and Martyr
Digna of Cordoba, Martyr
Dignus, Martyr
Dilectus, Martyr
Dimitry of Priluckji, Russian Monk
Dimitry (Daniil Saavich Tuptalo/Tuptalenko), Bishop of Rostov, Composet
Diodora, Martyr
Diodoros, Bishop of Tarsus
Dionysius, Patriarch of Alexandria
Dionysius the Areopagite, Disciple of St. Paul, First Bishop of Athens, Martyr
Dionysius of Aquileia, Lay Person, Martyr
Dionysius, Bishop of Corinth
Dionysius of Kiev, Russian monk
Dionysius, Pope and Martyr
Dionysius, Bishop of Vienne
Dionysius of Zakynthos, Archbishop of Aegina
Diomedes of Nicaea, Martyr
Dioscorus I, Patriarch of Alexandria
Dioscorus, Martyr
Disciola of Poitiers, Nun in Holy Cross Convent
Dismas (Dimas), the “Good Thief”
Dius the Wonderworker, Antiochene Abbot, then an Archimadrite in Constantinople
Dodolinus (Dodolin). Bishop of Vienne
Dogmael of Wales, 6th century Hermit
Domenica del Paradiso, Florentine Dominican Prioress
Dominic de Guzman, Priest and Founder of the Order of Preachers, Dominicans
Dominic de la Calzada, Hermit, built bridge, hospital, and hotel on the Camino de Santiago
Dominic of the Holy Rosary (Ioannes Nagata Magoshichiro) Dominican Martyr of Nagasaki
Dominic Henares, Dominican Bishop and Martyr of Tonkin, China
Dominic Savio
Dominica, Martyr
Dominican Martyrs of Tonkin, China
Domininus, Hermit near Tulle, France
Domitilla (Flavia Domitilla), great-niece of Emperors Domitian, Titus, and the Senator, St.   Flavius Clemens, Martyr
Domnolus, Bishop of Le Mans
Donatus, Bishop of Arezzo, Martyr
Donatus, (Donagh the Irishman), Bishop of Fiesole
Donatus, Martyr
Donatus, Martyr
Donatus, Martyr
Donnan, Irish Abbot of Eigg, Missionary to the Picts
Dorotheus of Gaza, Abbot
Dorotheus, Bishop of Tyre
Dorothy of Cappadocia, Virgin and Martyr
Dorothy of Montau, Widow and Mystic
Drosis (Droside) of Persia, Martyr
Dositheus, Monk
Droctoveus, Cenobite, near Paris
Drosis, Martyr
Dubritius (Dyfryg, Devereaux) Bishop in Wales
Dubhthach, Bishop of Ross, Scotland
Dula of Nicomedia, Virgin and Martyr
Dulcidius, Bishop of Agen
Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury
Dymphna, Virgin and Martyr

Eadbert, Second Bishop of Lindisfarne, successor to St. Cuthbert
Eadilon, Hermit
Eberwin, Abbot of St. Martin’s in Trier
Ecclesius, Bishop of Ravenna, Builder of San Vital
Edda, Bishop of Winchester
Edith Stein (Teresa Benedicta of the Holy Cross), Carmelite Nun, Murdered in Auschwicz
Edith of Wilton, Virgin
Edward the Confessor, Last Saxon King of England
Edward, English King and Martyr
Edward Oldcorne, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Edwen, Daghter of St. King Brynach, Patroness of Anglesey
Edmund Bojanowski, Layman, Confessor
Edmund, Saxon King and Martyr
Edmund Campion, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Edmund Rich of Abingdon, Archbishop of Canterbury
Egwin, 3rd Bishop of Worcester, Benedictine, Founding Abbot of Evesham
Eileen Rosaline O’Connor, Australian Foundress of Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor
Eladio, Martyr
Eleanora, Virgin
Elesbaan (Caleb, Kaleb) King of Axum, Ethiopia
Eleucadius, Bishop of Ravenna
Eleutherius, Abbot
Eleutherius of Nicomedia, Soldier, Maertyr
Eleutherius of Rome, Pope and Martyr
Eleutherius of Spoleto, Abbot of St. Mark’s
Eleutherius, First Bishop of Tournai and Martyr
Eleutherius, Bishop and Martyr
Eleutherius, Martyr
Eliada, Abbess of Ohren, hear Triet
Elias (Giovanni Rachites) of Enna (Sicily), Basilian Abbot
(Mateo) Elias del Soccorso Nieves del Castillo, Mexican Augustinian Priest, Martyr
Eligius (Eloi), Bishop of Noyon and Tournai, Patron of Goldsmiths
Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist
Elizabeth Achler, German Franciscn Tertiary, Mystic
Elizabeth Hesselblad, Brigittine Abbess
Elizabeth of Hungary, Margravine of Thuringia
Elizabeth the New Martyr, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna Romanov of Russia
Elizabeth of Messina, Virgin and Solitary
Elizabeth of Schönau, Cistercian Abbess
Elizabeth of Spalbeek, Nun of Herkenrode, Belgium
Elphidius, Bishop of Toul, Martyr
Elpidius of Cappadocia, Hermit
Elyphius of Toul, Martyr
Elzear of Sabran, Count of Ariano
Emerentiana, Virgin and Martyr, Foster Sister of St. Agnes
Emeric, (Amerigo, from which “America” is derived), Hungarian Prince
Emidius (Emigdius), Bishop and Martyr
Emiliano, Bishop of Vercelli
Emilie Taverniere Gamelin, Foundress of the Sisters of Providence of Montreal
Emily de Vialar, Foundress of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Apparition
Emma of Gurk
Emma, Matron
Emma of Lesum, Noblewoman, who built several churches
Emmanuel Gomez Gonzalez, Spanish priest, martyred in Brazil
Emmanuel Ruiz and Companions, Franciscan and Maronite Martyrs of Damascus
Emmelia of Cappadocia, Mother of Sts. Basil, Gregory of Nyssa, and Peter of Sebaste
Enda of the Aran Isle, Warrior Turned Monk
Engelmund, Abbot of Velsen, Companion of St. Willibrord
Engracia of Segovia, Castilian Hermitess, Martyr
Engracia of Zaragoza, Virgin and Martyr
Enimie, Daughter of Clothaire II, founding Abbess of St. Enimie Benedictine Abbey
Enrique de Osso y Cervello, Founder, Sisters of St. Teresa of Jesus
Eonius, Bishop of Arles
Epaphroditus, Disciple of St. Paul, Bishop of Philippi
Ephraem of Edessa, Deacon, Syrian Hymn Writer, and Father of the Church
Epiphanius, Patriarch of Constantinople, Doctor of the Church
Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis
Epiphanius the Wise, Dicsiple and Biographer of Sergius of Radonezh
Ephebius, Bishop of Naples
Ephysius of Caligari, Sardinia, Martyr
Erasmus of Antioch, Martyr
Erasmus (Elmo), Bishop of Formiae and Martyr
Erembert, Benedictine Bishop of Toulouse
Erhard (Eberhard), First Abbot of Ebersheimmunster, Bishop near Ratisbon (Regensburg)
Eric IV, King of Sweden, Martyr
Ermengol, Bishop of Urgel
Erimenius, Bishop of Gortina
Ermelinda (Linda), Virgin and Recluse
Ermemond, Bishop
Erminius, Bishop/Abbot of Lobbes
Ernan (Eirnin) of Cluin Deorhra (Cloondara) Disciple of St. Columba
Ernest, Abbot of Zweifalten, Martyr
Eskil, English Missionary, First Bishop of Strangnas, Sweden, Martyr
Ethbin, Irish Hermit in Brittany
Etheldreda (Audrey, Ediltrudis) English Princess, Widow, First Abbess of Ely
Ethelwold, English Priest, Hermit, buried in Lindisfarne
Eubulius, Martyred in Cyprus
Eucarpus, Martyred in Asia Minor
Eucharius, Martyred at Toul
Eucharius, Bishop of Lyons
Eucharius, Bishop of Orleans
Eucharius, Bishop of Trier
Euddodwy (Oudoceus), Bishop of Llandaff
Eudoxia, Princess of Suzadal, Grand Duchess Euphrosyne of Moscow
Eugene I, Pope
Eugene, Bishop
Eugene de Mazenod, Servite Bishop of Marseilles
Eugene Prevost, Priest, Founder of the Sacerdotal Fraternity and the Oblates of Bethany
Eugenia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Eugene, Bishop of Milan
Eugene (Vincent) Bossilkov, Passionst, Bishop of Nicopolis, Martyred in Bulgaria
Eugenius, Bishop of Carthage
Eugenius, Bishop of Toledo
Eugenius, Martyr
Eugenius, Martyr
Eulalia of Barcelona, Virgin and Martyr
Eulogius, Patriarch of Alexandria
Eulogius of Cordoba, Bishop-elect of Toledo, Martyr
Eunomia of Augsburg, Virgin and Martyr
Euphemia of Chalcedon, Virgin and Martyr
Euphemia, Abbess of Altomünster, Bavaria
Euphrasia, Virgin and Martyr
Euphrasius, Bishop of Clermont
Euphronius, Bishop of Autun
Euphrosyna, Virgin and Martyr
Euprepia of Augsburg, Virgin and Martyr
Eurosia (Orosia), Virgin, martyred near Bayonne
Eusebia, Nun
Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea (Palestine), Father of the Church, Father of Church History
Eusebius, Pope and Martyr
Eusebius, Bishop of Milan
Eusebius of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata, Father of the Church, Martyr
Eusebius, Martyred in Syria
Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop and Church Father
Eustace (Eustacius) and his family (companions), Martyrs – his wife, Theopista, and their sons, Theopistus and Agapitus
Eustace, 2nd Abbot of Luxueil
Eustacius, Bishop of Aleira
Eustathius, Bishop of Naples
Eusticia, Martyr
Eustochia Smeralda Calafato, Poor Clare, Co-patroness of Messina
Eustochium Julia, Daughter of St. Paula, Friend of St. Jerome
Eustochius, Bishop of Tours
Eustolia, Virgin, Daughter of Byzantine Emperor Maurice
Eustorgius, Bishop of Milan
Eutichius, Abbot
Eutichius of Alexandria, Martyr
Eutichius, Bishop of Como
Eutichius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Eutropius of Amasea, Martyr
Eutropius, Bishop of Orange
Eutropius, First Bishop of Saintes, Martyr
Euthymius the Great, Palestinian Abbot, born in Militene, Armenia
Euthymius, Martyr
Eutychian, Pope
Eva, Martyr
Evagrius, Bishop of Antioch
Evagrius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Evaristus, Pope and Martyr
Evasius, Bishop of Asti
Evergislo of Cologne
Everard (Eberhard) Confessor, Founder of Cysoing Abbey, diocese of Cambrai
Everilda of Wessex, Foundress of Everingham Convent
Evermod, Norbertine Bishop of Ratzeburg, Apostle to the Wends
Evodius, Bishop of Rouen
Evorcius, Bishop of Orleans
Evorcius (Aper), Bishop of Toul
Ewa (born Bogumila) Noiszewska, Foundress, Handmaids of the Immaculate BVM, Martyr
Exuperantia, Virgin Martyred at Troyes
Exuperantius, Martyr
Exuperantius, Bishop (of either Ravenna or Cingoli)
Exuperius, Bishop of Toulouse
Eystein (Augustine) Erlendsson, Archbishop of Nidaros (Trondheim, Norway)
Ezequiel Moreno y Díaz, Augustinian Recollet, Bishop, Martyr

Fabian, Pope and Martyr
Fabiola of Rome, Matron
Fabricio, Bishop of Porto, Portugal
Fabricius, Martyr
Facanan (Fachtna), First Bishop of Ross, Ireland
Facundus, Martyr
Faith (Foi), Virgin, Martyred at Agen, France
Famianus of Gallese (near Compostela) Cistercian Priest
Fanchea, Abbess of Rossory, Ireland
Faron, Bishop of Meaux
Fausta, Matron (Mother of St. Anastasia of Sirmium)
Fausta, Widow
Fausta, Martyr
Faustina, Martyr
Faustina Kowalska, Nun who experienced the Divine Mercy apparitions
Faustinus of Brescia, Priest and Martyr
Faustinus, Bishop of Bologna
Faustus, Bishop of Riez
Faustus, Martyr
Febadius, Bishop of Agen
Felicia, Virgin, Martyred at Caligari, Sardinia
Felician of Rome, Martyr
Felicianus, Bishop of Foligno
Felicissima of Valeria, Virgin and Martyr
Felicissima of Todi, Martyr
Felicissimus, Martyr
Felicitas of Carthage
Felicitas, of Rome, Martyr and her seven martyred sons:
Felix, Martyr
Felix, Martyr
Felix, Bishop and Martyr
Felix I, Pope and Martyr
Felix III, Pope and Grandfather of Pope Gregory the Great
Felix of Cantalice Capuchin Friar
Felix of Dunwich, First Bishop of East Anglia
Felix of Girona, Deacon and Martyr
Felix, Bishop of Nola
Felix of Valois, Co-founder of the Theatines
Ferbata of Seleucia, Widow, Sister of Simeon, Martyred by Sapur II of Persia
Ferdinand III, King of Castile
Ferinus, Martyr (I can find nothing about this saint)
Fermin, Bishop of Metz
Ferreol, Bishop of Limoges
Ferreol of Arles, Soldier and Martyr
Ferrutius (Ferruccio) of Mainz, Roman Soldier and Martyr
Fiacre, Hermit
Fidelis of Como, Soldier and Martyr
Fidelis, Martyr
Fidelis, Bishop of Merida
Fidelis of Sigmaringen, Capuchin Priest and Martyr
Fidentius, Martyr
Filarete (the Gardener) of Calabria, Basilian Abbot, successor to St. Elias of Enna
Filippo Smaldone, Apostle of Our Lady of Pompeii, father of deaf, blind, and abandoned
Fingar (Guaire), Irish Missionary, Martyred in Cornwall
Finian of Clonard, Abbot
Finian of Moville, Abbot
Fintan, Abbot of Clonenagh
Firmatus, Martyr
Firmin, First Bishop of Amiens, Martyr
Flaminia, Virgin, Martyred in Nicomedia
Flannan, Bishop of Kilaloe, Ireland
Flavia, Martyr
Flavian, Martyr
Flavian, Patriarch of Constantinople
Flavius Clemens, Roman Senator, Uncle of Flavia Domitilla
Flora of Cordoba, Virgin and Martyr
Flora of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Florentia, Martyr
Florentina of Cartagena, nun, Sister of Sts. Isidore, Leander, and Fulgentius
Florentius, Benedictine Confessor
Florentius, Bishop of Strassbourg
Florian, Soldier and Martyr
Floribert, son and successor to St. Hubert as Bishop of Liẻge
Florus of Arvernia in Aquitaine, Monk
Florus of Illyria, Stonemason, Martyr
Foillan (Folesinus), Irish Monk, Missionary, Martyr
Formundus, Bishop of Coutances
Fortunatus, Bishop of Naples
Fortunatus, African Martyr
Fortunatus, Martyr
Foulques, Abbot of Fontenelle
Four Holy Crowned Ones, (one of them) Roman Martyr
Forty Martyrs of Sebaste, Soldiers (one of them)
Frances of Rome, Foundress of the Oblates of Mary (of Tor de’Specchi)
Frances Xavier Cabrini, Foundress of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart, Died in Chicago’s Columbus Hospital on December 22, 1917, America’s First Saint
Frances Siedliska, Foundress of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth
Francesco Pianzola, Priest, Founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate, Queen of Peace
Francis Aranha, Jesuit Lay Brother. Martyred in India
Francis of Assisi, Deacon and Founder of the Franciscans
Francis Borgia, Jesuit Priest
Francis Caracciolo, Priest
Francis Mary Croese of Camporosso, Capuchin Lay Brother
Francis de Paula, Confessor, Founder of the Order of the Minims
Francis De Sales, Bishop of Geneva and Doctor of the Church
Francis Jerome (De Geronimo), Jesuit Priest
Francis Mary Paul Libermann, Second Founder of the Holy Spirit Order
Francis Solano, Franciscan Missionary Priest
Francis Venimbene of Fabriano, Franciscan Priest, Disciple of St. Bonaventure
Francis Xavier, Jesuit Missionary Priest
Francis Xavier Bianchi, Barnabite Priest, “Apostle to Naples”
Francis Xavier Can Nguyen. Vietnamese Catechist and Martyr
Francis Xavier Mau, Dominican Martyr of Viet Nam
Francis Xavier Seelos, Redemporist Missionary to New Orleans
Francisco Diaz de Ecija, Dominican Martyr of China
Francisco Marto, Visionary of Fatima
Franco of Assergi, Benedictine Monk
Franco (Frank) Lippi, Carmelite Priest Mystic
Francoise Meziere de Mezanges, Laywoman, One of the 19 Martyrs of Laval, guillotined
Fraternus, Bishop of Auxerre
Fredegand, Irish Abbot of Deurne
Frederic Janssoone, Franciscan Priest
Frederick, Bishop of Liege, Martyr
Frederick, Bishop of Utrecht, Martyr
Frederic Ozanam. Founder of the St. Vincent de Paul Society
Fredlemid (Phelim), Bishop of Kilmore
Frigidian (Frediano), Irish Missionary, Bishop of Lucca
Fridolin, Irish Apostle to the Upper Rhein
Fromundus, Bishop of Coutances
Fronto, Bishop of Perigeux
Fructuosus, Bishop of Braga
Fructuosus, Bishop of Terragona
Frumentius, Bishop of Ethiopia
Frutos (Fructus) of Segovia, Castilian Hermit, Martyr
Fugatius (Fagan), Roman Missionary to Britain
Fulbert, Bishop of Chartres
Fulcran, Bishop of Lodeve
Fulgentius, Bishop of Ruspe in Africa
Fursey of Peronne, Irish Missionary to England and France
Fuscien (Fuscianus), Missionary Martyred near Amiens

Gabinus, Priest and Martyr, Father of St. Susanna of Rome
Gabriel Lalement, Jesuit Priest, North American Martyr
Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows, Passionist Priest
Galdino Della Scala, Archbishop of Milan
Galganus (Galgano Guidotti), Hermit, Confessor
Gall, Abbot
Galla, Martyred in Corinth
Gallicanus, Roman Officer, Martyred in Egypt
Gallus, Bishop of Clermont
Gangulph of Varennes, Martyr
Gaon (Godo) Founding Abbot of Fontanelle Abbey, Normandy
Gaspar Bertoni, Italian Priest, Founder of the Stigmatines
Gaspar del Bufalo, Founder of the Society of the Precious Blood
Gatianus, First Bishop of Tours
Gaudentius, Bishop of Brescia
Gaudiosa, Martyr
Gaudiosus, Bishop of Salerno
Gaudiosus, Martyr
Gauzelin, Bishop of Toul
Gebhard, Bishop of Constance
Gedeon, Bishop of Besanson
George, Bishop of Antioch
George, Soldier and Martyr
Gelasius I, Pope to whom the Gelasian Sacramentary is ascribed
Gemelllus, Martyred in Paphlagonia
Gemignanus, Bishop of Modena
Geminianus, Bishop of Modena
Geminianus of Sirmium, Martyr
Geminus, African, martyred by the Vandals
Gemma Galgani, Mystic who had the stigmata
Genesius (Gines) of Arles, Notary and Martyr
Genesius, Bishop of Clermont
Genesius the Comedian, Martyr
Genesius (Genest), 37th Archbishop of Lyons
Genevieve, Virgin. Patroness of Paris
Gennadius, Bishop of Astorga
Gentien (Gentianus), Missionary Martyred near Amiens
George, Patriarch of Antioch
George, Soldier and Martyr
George Beesley, English Secular Priest, Martyr
George, Bishop of Lesbos
George of Vabres, Bishop of Lodeve
Georges Darboy, Archbishop of Paris, Martyred by the Paris Commune May 24, 1871
Georgia of Auvergne, Recluse
Gerald (Géraud), Count of Aurillac
Gerald, Bishop of Bezier
Gerald, Bishop of Ostia
Gerard, Bishop of Potenza
Gerard (Gellert) Sagredo of Csanad, Bishop and Martyr
Gerard of Namur, Abbot of Brogne
Gerard Majella, Redemptorist Brother
Gerard. Bishop of Toul
Gerlac of Valkenberg, Dutch Hermit
Gerold, Bishop of Evreux
Gerold, 15th Abbot of Fontanelle, Bishop of Evreux
Geronicus, Bishop of Fiesole
Gereon, Soldier and Martyr
Germain (Germanus), Bishop of Auxerre
Germain (Germanus), Bishop of Paris
Germaine Cousin of Pibrac, Virgin
German of Solovki, Russian Hegumen
Germanicus of Smyrna, Boy Martyr
Germanus, Bishop of Capua
Germanus, Patriarch of Constantinople
Germerius, Bishop of Toulouse
Gertrude, Abbess of Nivelles
Gertrude the Great, Benedictine Mystic
Gerulph. Boy Martyred near Ghent
Geruntius, Bishop of Italica, Spain
Gervase, Martyr
Getulius of Rome, Husband of St. Symphorosa, Martyr
Ghislain, Confessor
Gianna Beretta Molla, Mother and Pediatrician
Gibiltruda, Nun at Faremoutier Abbey
Gilbert, Bishop of Meaux
Gilbert, Norbertine Abbot of Neuffontaines
Gilbert of Sempringham, Priest and Founder of the Gilbertines
Gildard, Bishop of Rouen
Gildas the Wise, English Abbot and Writer
Gilduin, Bishop of Dol
Giles (Aegidius), Confessor
Giles (Aegidius) of Assisi, 3rd Disciple of St. Francis
Girald (Giraud), Martyred at Fontenelle
Girolamo (Jerome) Savonarola, Dominican Priest, Burned at the Stake in Florence
Giuseppe Fasinetti, Priest, Founder of the Sons of Holy Mary Immaculate
Gladys, Welsh Princess, Mother of St. Cadoc
Gleb, Prince of Kiev, Martyr
Glicerio Landriani, Piarist Priest
Goar of Aquitaine, Priest, Hermit
Goar of Nantes, Bishop and Martyr
Gobain, Irish Benedictine Missionary to France, Martyred Hermit
Godfrey (Godefridus) Van Duynen, Secular Priest, One of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Godehard (Gottard), bishop of Hildesheim
Gondulph, Bishop of Bourges
Gonzalvus, Bishop of Coimbra
Gordianus of Rome, Martyr
Gorgonia, sister of Gregory of Nazianzus
Gorgonius of Nicomedia, Martyr
Gorgonius of Rome, Martyr
Gosbert (Drogo), 3rd Bishop of Osnabruck
Gottfried (Godfrey) of Kappenberg, Norbertine Priest
Gouriaz of Kazan
Gracilianus of Faleria, Martyr
Grata, Martyr
Gratianus, Martyr
Gratus, Bishop of Aosta
Gregorio Grassi, Franciscan Missionary Bishop, Martyred in China
Gregory I (the Great) Pope and Father of the Church
Gregory II, Pope
Gregory X, Pope
Gregory Barbarigo, First Bishop of Bergamo, Cardinal Bishop of Padua
Gregory the Illuminator, Bishop and Missionary to Armenia
Gregory of Spoleto, Priest and Martyr
Gregory, Bishop of Tours, Historian of the Church of Gaul
Gregory, Bishop (of Langres, or perhaps of Tours)
Gregory of Narek, Armenian Monk, Mystical Poet and Hymn Writer
Gregory of Nazianzus, Patriarch of Constantinople and Father of the Church
Gregory of Nyssa, Bishop and Father of the Church
Gregory Thaumaturgos (the Wonder Worker), Bishop of Neocaesarea in Pontus
Grimoaldo of the Purification (born Ferdinando Santamaria), Passionist Religious
Grimonia (Germana, Germaine), Irish virgin, martyred near Soissons, France
Gualfardo of Verona, (Wolfhard of Augsburg), Hermit
Gualterius (Gautier, Walter) Abbot of Pontoise
Gualterus (Walter) of Servigliano, Abbot
Guarinus (Warren), Bishop of Palestrina
Gudena of Carthage, Martyr
Gudula, Virgin, Patroness of Brussels
Gudwall, Welsh Bishop of St. Malo
Guibert, Benedictine Abbot of Gorze and of Gembloux
Guido, Bishop of Aqui in Monferrat, Liguria
Guido Maria Conforti, Archbishop of Ravenna, Bishop of Parma, Founded the Xaverians
Gummar (Guntmar), Knight, Founder of Lierre Monastery
Gundelind, (Gwendolyn) Abbess of Niedermünster
Gundulph, Bishop of Metz
Guntrum I, King of the Franks
Guy of Anderlecht, Confessor
Guy de Fontgalland, “Angel of the Eucharist”

Habib of Edessa, Deacon and Martyr
Hamo (Aymo) of Savigny, Benedictine Monk
Hedda, Bishop of the West Saxons, Abbot of Malmesbury
Hedwig (Jadwiga), Queen of Poland
Hedwig, Duchess of Silesia
Hegesippus of Jerusalem, Ecclesiastical Writer
Helena, Empress, Mother of Constantine I
Heliconis of Thessalonika, Virgin and Martyr
Heliodorus, Bishop of Antino
Heliodorus, Martyr
Helladius, Bishop
Helladius, Bishop of Auxerre
Hemetrius, Martyr
Hemma of Gurk, Austrian Lay Woman and Foundress
Henry Garnet, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Henry, English Bishop of Upsala, Sweden, Apostle to Finland, Martyr
Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor
“Henry V”, Count of Chambord, never accepted as King of France (from his hair)
Henry Suso (Heinrich Seuse), Dominican Priest, Great German Mystic
Henry Walpole, Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Heracles, Bishop of Alexandria
Herculanus, Bishop of Perugia
Herculanus, Soldier and Martyr
Heribert, Bishop of Cologne
Hermann Joseph, Norbertine Priest
Hermelind, Abbot of Aindre
Hermenegild, Visigothic Prince, Martyr
Hermes, Greek, Martyred in Rome
Hermias of Comana, Cappadocia, Soldier and Martyr
Hermogenes, Patriarch of Moscow, Martyr
Hesperus, Martyr
Hesychius Palatinus, Senator, Martyred in Antioch
Hilaria of Augsburg, Mother of St. Afra, Martyr
Hilarion, Martyr
Hilarion the Great, of Gaza in Palestine
Hilarion, Greek Metropolitan of Kiev
Hilarius, Bishop of Aquilaea
Hilarius, Bishop of Carcasonne
Hilarius, Bishop of Mainz, Martyr
Hilary, Bishop of Arles
Hilary, Martyr
Hilary, Greek Martyr
Hilary of Poitiers, Bishop and Father of the Church
Hilary, Bishop of Toulouse
Hilda, Abbess of Whitby
Hildegard of Bingen, Benedictine Abbess, Mystic, Composer, Physician
Hilduard, Regional Bishop of Flanders
Himerius, Bishop of Ameria and Martyr
Himerius, Bishop of Susingen, near Basle
Hippolytus of Rome, Soldier and Martyr
Hippolytus of Rome, Theologian, Priest, for eighteen years an Anti-pope, Martyr
Holy Cross of Christ
Holy Innocents (one of them)
Holy Maccabee Children (one of them)
Homobonus Tucenghi of Cremona, Confessor
Honestus of Nimes, Priest, Missionary to Navarre, Martyred in Pamplona
Honorata, Nun at Pavia
Honoratus (Onorato), Bishop of Milan
Honoratus (Honoré), Founding Abbot of Lérins, Bishop of Arles
Honorius, Archbishop of Canterbury
Honorius, Martyred at Gerona
Honorius, Martyr
Hormisdas, Pope
Hortulanus, Bishop of near Tripoli
Hospitius of Niza, Egyptian Hermit
Hrabanus Maurus, Bishop of Mainz
Hubert, Monk of Bretigny, Confessor
Hugh of Avalon, Bishop of Lincoln
Hugh Canefro, Priest and Chaplain of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem
Hugh the Great, Abbot of Cluny
Hugh, Bishop of Grenoble
Little Hugh of Lincoln, boy whose murder was falsely charged to the Jews
Hugo Uguccio Lippi, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Humbeline, sister of St. Bernard of Clairvaux, Benedictine Abbess of Jully-les-Nonnais
Humfrid (Humphrey), Bishop of Therouanne
Hungarius (Hungero), Bishop of Utrecht
Hyacinth of Rome, Brother of Protus, Martyr
Hyacinth (Jacek) Odrowaz, Dominican Priest
Hyacinthe-Marie Cormier, Priest, 76th Father General of the Dominican Order (autograph)
Hyacintha Mariscotti, Franciscan Nun
Hyginus, Pope
Hypatius the Wonderworker, Bishop of Gangra, Martyr

Ida of Herzfeld, widow and foundress
Idesbald, Cistercian Abbot of Ten Duinen
Iduberga (Itta, Ida) of Schelde, Wife of Pepin of Landen the Elder
Ieron (Ion), of Friesland, Priest, martyred by the Northmen
(Clemente) Ignacio Delgado Cebrian, Spanish Dominican Priest, Martyred in Vietnam
Ignacy KIopotowski, Priest, Founder of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Loreto
Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop, Martyr, and Apostolic Father
Ignatius Brianchininov, Russian monk from Vologda
Ignatius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Society of Jesus, Jesuits
Ignatius Laconi, Capuchin Priest
Ignatius of Santhia, Capuchin Priest, who worked in Turin
Ignatius Shoukrallah Maloyan, Armenian Catholic Archbishop of Mardin, Martyr
Igor II, Prince of Kiev
Ildefonsus, Bishop of Toledo
Ildemarca (Hilda), Abbess of Fecamp
Illidius of Arvernia, Fourth Bishop of Clermont
Illuminata of Ravenna, Virgin
Illuminatus, Confessor
Imelda Lambertini, Dominican Nun
Ingenuinus, Bishop of Seben (Tyrol)
Innocent, Bishop martyred in Rome
Ippolito (Hippolytus) Galantini, Lay Man, Founder of the Italian Doctrinaires
Irenaeus of Lyons, Bishop, Martyr, and Father of the Church
Irenarchus of Sebaste, Martyr
Irene of Rome, friend and healer of St. Sebastian
Irene, Virgin and Martyr
Irene of Mount Cornillon, Norbertine Canoness
Irene of Tancor, Virgin, Martyred in Thessaloniki
Irmengard, Abbess of Chiemsee
Irmina, Abbess of Oeren
Isaac, Martyr
Isaac of Dalmatia, Abbot of the oldest monastery in Constantinnople, Patron of the Cathedral of St. Petersburg, Russia
Isaac, Abbot of Monteluco, near Spoleto
Isaac, Bishop of Armenia
Isaac, Syrian Bishop of Nineveh
Isabel (Elizabeth), Queen of Portugal
Isabelle of France, Sister of St. Louis, Poor Clare Abbess
Isaiah, Second Bishop of Rostov
Isidore, Farmer
Isidore of Chios, Soldier and Martyr
Isidore, Bishop of Seville and Father of the Church
Isidore of St. Joseph (de Loor), Passionist lay brother
Ismidon, Bishop of Die
Israel of Dorat, Augustinian Priest, confessor
Ita of Killeedy, Irish Abbess, “foster mother of the saints of Ireland
Ithamar, First Saxon Bishop of Rochester, England
Ives (Yves, Ivo, Yvo) Helory, of Kermartin, Brittany, Lawyer and Priest
Ivo, Bishop of Chartres

Jacinta Marto, Visionary of Fatima
Jacopo da Voragine (James of Voraigne), Dominican Archbishop of Genoa, Author of the Golden Legend
Jacopone da Todi, Franciscan Mystic, Poet, and Writer, Author of the “Stabat Mater”
Jacques Chastan, Priest of the Parish Foreign Mission Society, Martyred in Korea
James the Greater, Apostle
James the Lesser, Apostle
James the Confessor, Iconodule Monk in Constantinople, Martyr
James, Deacon, Martyr of Numidia, Companion of St. Marian (Marianus)
James Intercissus of Persia, Martyr
James Philip (Giacomo Filippo) Bertoni, Servite Priest
James Kisai, Jesuit Martyr of Nagasaki
James of Nisibis, Armenian Patriarch
James of Cittá della Piave, “the Almoner”, Servite martyr (Giacomo Elemosiniere)
James de Menavia, Dominican Theologian
James (Giacomo) Salomoni, Dominican Priest, Patron of those with Cancer and tumors
Januarius (Genarro), Bishop of Benevento and Martyr
Jason of Thessalonica, Disciple of St. Paul
Jean-Jacques Olier, Priest, Founder of the Sulpicians
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) Antide Thouret, Foundress of the Daughters of St. Vincent de Paul
Jeanne-Elizabeth Bichier-des-Ages, Nun, Foundress of the Congregation of the Daughters o of the Cross
Jeanne Dalanous, Foundress of the Congregation of St. Anne
Jeanne Emilie de Villeneuve, foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame of the Immaculate Conception of Castres
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) of Valois, Queen, Foundress of the Order of the Annonciades
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) Françoise de Chantal, Widow, Foundress of the Visitation Order    
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) of Toulouse, Carmelite nun
Jenaro Sanchez y Delgadillo, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Jeremiah (John) Kostistik of Valachia, Romanian Franciscan – First Romanian Beatified
Jeremias, Martyr of Cordoba
Jerome Aemiliani, Priest, Founder of the Order of Somoscha (took care of orphans)
Jerome Ranucci, Servite Superior
Jerome, Priest and Father of the Church
Jerzy Popieluszko, Murdered “Solidarity” Priest
Jesus Mendez Montoya, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Joachim, Father of the Virgin Mary
Joachim Piccolonieri, Servite Confessor
Job, Confessor
Jocundus, Bishop of Aosta
Johann Philipp Jeningen, Jesuit Priest
John, Apostle and Evangelist
John the Baptist
John Beche (a.k.a. Thomas Marshall) Benedictine, Last Abbot of Colthester, Martyr
John of Bridlington, Augustinian Prior of Bridlington Priory in England
John I, Pope
John of Rome, Martyr
John Almond, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John V “The Almoner”, Chalcedonian Patriarch of Alexandria
John Baptist De La Salle, priest, founder of the Christian Brothers
John Baptist Scalabrini, Bishop of Piacenza, Founder of the Missionaries of St. Charles
John Berchmans, Jesuit Novice
John, Bishop of Berverly
John Boste, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John Bosco, Priest and Founder of the Salesians
John de Brebeuf, Jesuit Priest, North American Martyr
John Camillus the Good (“Bonus”), Bishop of Milan
John of Capistrano, Franciscan Priest
John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople and Father of the Church
John Climacus, Confessor
John of the Cross, Carmelite Priest, Mystic, and Doctor of the Church
John of Damascus, Monk and Father of the Church
John Duns Scotus, Franciscan Priest, Theologian, the “Subtle Doctor”
John the Dwarf, Abbot of Skete, Egypt
John Eudes, Priest, Founder of the Sisterhood of Our Lady of Charity of the Refuge and the Society of Jesus and Mary
John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester and Martyr
John Francis Regis, Jesuit Priest
John Gabriel Perboyre, Vincentian Priest, Missionary, Martyred in China
John of God, Founder of the Brothers Hospitallers
John of Gorze, Benedictine Abbot
John Gualbert, Abbot
John “the Good”, Bishop of Milan
John Henry Newman
John the Isaurian, Byzantine Monk, Disciple of Gregory Decapoliti, Iconodule
John Juvenal Ancina, Oratorian Bishop of Solazzo, Composer
John Kanti (Cantius), Priest
John of Kronstadt, Russian Orthodox Priest, Famous Preacher and Wodnderworker
John Lantruna of Triora, Franciscan Priest, Martyred in China
John Licci, Sicilian Dominican Priest
John de Massias, Dominican Confessor, Missionary to Lima
John of Matera, Benedictine Monk
John of Matha, Priest, Founder of the Trinitarian Order
John Maximovitch, Russian Orthodox Archbishop of San Francisco
John, Bishop of Naples
John Nepomucene, Priest, Vicar General of Prague, Martyr
John Neumann, Bishop of Philadelphia
John Henry Newman, English Cardinal, book, report card, letter and envelope
John of Prado, Franciscan Missionary, Martyred in Morocco
John Rigby, English Lay Man, Martyr
John Soan de Goto
John Sordi, Bishop of Mantua
John, Bishop of Syracuse
John I, Pope
John XXIII, Pope, two post cards
John Paul II, Pope, Bible, photo, book
John the Silent, Monk and Bishop
John Southworth, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John Theophane Venard, Priest of the Society of Foreign Missions, Martyred in Viet Nam
John Vianney (Cure’of Ars) Priest, Patron of Parish Priests
Jolanta (Helen) Queen of Poland, Nun
Jolus of Sellano, Hermit and Confessor
Jonah Barachisius (Bar-Jesus), Monk, Martyred by King Shapur II of Persia
Jonah, Metropolitan of Kiev, Patriarch of Moscow
Jonatus, Abbot of Marchiennes, Belgium
Jordan (Giordano) of Saxony, Dominican, Second Superior General of the Order
Josaphat Kuncewicz, Archbishop of Polotsk and Martyr for Christian Unity
Josaphata Michaelina Hordashevska, Ukrainian foundress of the Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate
Jose Isabel Flores Varela, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Jose Luciano Ezequiel Huerta Gutierrez, Mexican Layman, Father of 10, Cristero Martyr
Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio, Boy Martyr of the Mexican Cristero Persecution
Jose Maria Escriva Belguer, Priest, Founder of Opus Dei
Jose Maria Robles Hurtado, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Jose Trinidad Rangel Montano, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Joseph, Spouse of Our Lady, (Part of Cloak)
Joseph of Arimathea
Joseph Allamano, Priest, Diocese of Turin, Founder of the Consolata Missionaries
Joseph Bartholomew Menochio, Augustinian Archbishop
Joseph Cafasso, Priest, Reformer in Turin
Joseph Calsanctius, Priest, Founder of the Clerks Regular of Religious Schools, Piarists
Joseph Benedict Cottolengo, Priest, Founder of the Little House of Divine Providence
Joseph of Cupertino, Capuchin Priest
Joseph the Hymnogropher, Basilian Priest, Hymn Writer, Martyr
Joseph of Leonessa, Capuchin Priest
Joseph Moscati, Neapolitan Physician
Joseph, Bishop of Thessalonica
Joseph Tshang-ta-Pong, Chinese Catechist and Martyr
Joseph Volotsky, Russian monk
Josephine Bakhita, Daughter of Charity of Canossa
Joventius, Bishop
Mary Theresa (Josephine) Dudzik, Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago (Lemont)
Josephine Leroux, Ursuline Nun, guillotined with 10 other Ursulines in 1794
Jovita of Brescia, Martyr
Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, who saw Our Lady of Guadalupe
Juan of Ortega, Founder of the Spanish monastery bearing his name
Jucunda, Martyr
Jucundia, Martyr
Jucundina, Martyr
Jucundianus, Martyr
Jucundus, Martyr
Judas Cyriacus, 15th and last Bishop of old Jerusalem, Martyr
Jude Thaddeus the Apostle
Judicael (Judhael, Giguel), King of Armorica (Brittany), Monk at St. Méel
Julia of Carthage, Virgin and Martyr
Julia of Corsica, Virgin and Martyr
Julia of Merida, Martyr
Julian, Martyr
Julian, Martyr
Julian of Brioude, Martyr
Julian of Brivet, Martyr
Julian, Bishop of Cuenca
Julian, Archbishop of Toledo, First Primate of Spain and Portugal (Iberian Peninsula)
Juliana Falconieri, Servite Nun
Juliana de Florencia, Widow
Juliana of Liège, Augustinian Nun, established the feast of Corpus Christi
Juliana of Nicomedia, Virgin and Martyr
Juliana of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Julio Alvarez Mendoza, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Julitta (Julieta) of Tarsus, Martyr
Julius I, Pope
Julius, Martyred at Gelduba in Thrace
Julius of Rome, Senator and Martyr
Junilla, Martyred in Cappadocia, Venerated at Langres
Jumeaux (“twins”, probably it should be “Trijumeaux” – triplets, for the three brothers, Speusippus, Eleusippus, and Melasippus, who were      martyred with their grandmother Leonilla in Cappadocia and were venerated in Langres)
Juan de Ribera, Archbishop of Valencia
Junipero Serra, Franciscan Priest, Missionary to California
Jurgis Matulaitis-Matulevicius, Bishop of Vilnius
Just de Bretenieres, Missionary and Martyr
Justa of Seville, Virgin and Martyr
Justin Martyr, Apologist
Justina of Antioch, Martyr
Justina of Padua, Virgin and Martyr
Justinian (Iestin), Breton Hermit Martyred in Wales
Justino Orona Madrigal, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Justinus, Bishop of Chieti
Justinus, Martyr
Justinus of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Justus, Archbishop of Canterbury
Justus of Trieste, Soldier and Martyr
Justus, Bishop of Urgel
Juvenal, First Bishop of Narni
Juventius, Bishop of Parma

Kateri Tekakwitha, First Native American (Mohawk/Algonquin) Saint
Katharine Marie Drexel, Foundress of the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
Katherine Kasper, Foundress of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ
Kevin of Glendalough, Irish Abbot
Keyne (Kenwyn) Welsh Hermitess in Cornwall
Kilian, Irish bishop, martyred near Würzburg
Kinga, Queen of Poland, Poor Clare
Kyra of Berea, Syrian Ascetic Virgin

Lactantius, Martyr
Ladislaus (Laszlo), King of Hungary
Laetitia (Leticia, Letizia), Virgin and Martyr
Laetus (Lié), of Orleans, Hermit
Lambert, Bishop of Lyon
Lambert, Bishop of Maastricht, Patron of Liege, Martyr
Lambert of Zaragoza, Servant, Martyred by his Moorish Master
Landelin, Abbot, Founder of Lobbes, Crespin, and Aulne Abbeys
Landericus (Landry) Bishop of Meaux
Landoald, Lombard Confessor and Bishop, Missionary Companion of St. Remaclus
Landrada, Founder and Abbess of Munsterbilzen Abbey
Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury
Largus, Martyr
Laura of Cordoba, Nun, Martyr
Laurent Imbert, Bishop of the Paris Foreign Mission Society, Martyred in Korea
Lawrence of Brindisi, Capuchin Priest
Lawrence of Rome, Deacon and Martyr
Lawrence Giustiniani, Patriarch of Venice
Lawrence (Lorcan) O’Toole, Archbishop of Dublin
Lazarus of Bethany (said to have become the First Bishop of Marseilles)
Lazaruss “Zographos” of Constantinople, Armenian, 1st Iconographer Saint
Lazarus, Bishop of Milan
Lea of Rome, Abbess
Leander, Bishop of Seville
Lebwin (Leofwine), Anglo-Saxon Missionary to Frisia, Patron of Deventer
Leo, Martyr
Leo I (the Great), Pope and Father of the Church
Leo II, Pope
Leo II, Bishop of Catania, Confessor
Leo III, Pope
Leo IX, Pope
Leo XIII, Pope
Leo of Lycia, Martyr
Leobonus of Salagnac, Hermit
Leocadia, Virgin and Martyr
Leocritia, Virgin, Martyr of Cordoba
Leodegarius (Leger), Bishop of Autun and Martyr
Leodewin (Ludwin), Bishop of Trier
Leonard Kimura, Jesuit Lay Brother, one of the Martyrs of Nagasaki
Leonard Lessius, Flemish Jesuit moral theologian
Leonard Murialdo, Priest, Founder of the Society of St. Joseph
Leonard of Port Maurice, Franciscan
Leonard of Reresby, Yorkshire, Confessor
Leonardus Van Veghel, Pastor of Gorkum, one of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Leonardo Perez Larios, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Leonidas of Alexandria, Father of Origen, Martyr
Leonilla, Martyred in Cappadocia, Venerated at Langres
Leonora, Queen of England
Leontia, Virgin and Martyr
Leontius, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia
Leontius of Tripoli, Greek General in the Roman Army, Martyr
Leontius of Rome, Martyr
Leontius, Bishop of Rostov
Leopardus, First Bishop of Osimo
Leopold IV, Margrave of Austria
Leopold of Caiche, Capuchin Priest
Leopoldo (Bogdan) Mandić, Croatian Capuchin Priest, died in Padua
Leotehardus, Bishop of Auch
Leovigildo, Martyr of Cordoba
Leto, Martyr
Leucius, First Bishop of Brindisi, lead seal, made between 1000 and 1200
Leudinus, Bishop of Toul
Liberata, Virgin and Martyr
Liberatus, Abbot martyred at Carthage
Liberius, Bishop of Poitiers
Liberius III, Bishop of Ravenna
Liborius, Bishop of Le Mans
Liduina (Elisa Angela) Meneguzzi, Salesian Sister, missionary to Ethiopia
Linus, Pope and Martyr
Lioba (Leobgitha), English Abbess and Missionary, Kinswoman of St. Boniface
Litifredus, Bishop of Pavia
Litorius (Lothar) of Tours
Liudwinus, Bishop of Trier
Livinus (Lebwin), Apostle of Flanders, Bishop of Ghent, Martyr
Longinus, Centurion at the Crucifixion and Martyr
Lorenzo Majoranus di Siponto, Bishop of Siponto
Lorenzo of Novara, Priest, Martyr
Lorenzo Ruiz, Martyr, First Filipino Saint
Lorenzo Salvi, Passionist Priest
Lothar, Bishop of Séez
Louis Aleman, Cardinal Archbishop of Arles
Louis of Anjou, Franciscan Bishop of Toulouse
Louis (Luis) Bertrand, Dominican Priest, Missionary to South America
Louis IX, King of France
Louis XVI, King of France (from his hair)
Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort, Founder of the Missionaries of the Company of Mary
Louis Martin, Father of St. Therese of Lisieux
Louis-Zepherin Moreau, Bishop of Saint-Hyacinthe, Founder of the Sisters of St. Martha and St. Joseph
Louise de Marillac, Foundress of the Daughters of Charity
Loup (Lupus = Wolf), Bishop of Troyes
Lubentius of Kobern, Archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen
Lubin (Leobinus), Bishop of Chartres
Luca Belludi, Franciscan, Disciple of Anthony of Padua
Lucia dos Santos, Sr. Lucia, who saw Our Lady of Fatima
Lucian of Antioch, Priest and Martyr
Lucianus (Lucien), Bishop of Beauvais, Martyr
Lucidus, Italian Benedictine Monk
Lucien, First Bishop of Beauvais, Martyr
Lucina, Roman Matron
Lucius I, Pope and Martyr
Lucius of Cyrene, Prophet in the Apostolic Church in Antioch
Lucy, Virgin and Martyr
Lucy Brocadelli of Narni, Dominican Mystic and Stigmatic
Ludan, Irish Pilgrim, Confessor
Ludger, 1st Bishop of Münster
Ludmila, Duchess of Bohemia, Martyr, Grandmother of St. Wenceslaus
Ludolf, Norbertine Bishop of Ratzeburg, Martyr
Ludovic Frarrijn (Luis Flores) Flemish Dominican Priest, Martyr of Nagasaki
Lugilianus, British pilgrim, murdered in France
Luigi Orione, Priest, Founder of the Sons of Divine Providence
Luigi Versiglia, Salesian Missionary Bishop in China
Luis Batiz Sainz, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Luis Magana Servin, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Luke the Evangelist
Lull, Archbishop of Herzfeld
Lupus, Bishop of Sens
Lutgardis, Cistercian mystic
Lydia of Thyatira, Disciple of St. Paul at Philippi

Maanahem, relation of King Herod
Macarius of Ghent,
Macarius the Great (the Elder), Abbot of Skete, Egypt
Macarius, Martyr
Macarius, Patriarch of Jerusalem
Macarius, a Lybian martyred in Alexandria
Macarius of Kanev (of Ordez), Founder of the Church of the Dormition in Ordez
Machar, Bishop of Aberdeen, Apostle of the Picts
Machutus, Welsh Bishop of Aleth (Maclou or Malo of Brittany)
Macra (Magra), Virgin martyred near Rheims
Macrna the Elder, Grandmother of Basil the Great, Gregory of Nyssa, & Peter of Sebaste
Macrina the Younger, Church Mother, sister of Basil, Gregory of Nyssa, & Peter of Sebaste
Madeleine Sophie Barat, Foundress of the Madames of the Sacred Heart
Magdalena Atridino
Magdalena of Nagasaki, third order Augustinian, Virgin and Martyr
Magdalene of Cannossa, Foundress of the Connossan Daughters of Charity
Maginus of Tarragona, Hermit, Martyr, Apostle of Tarragona and its Patron Saint
Magloire, Bishop of Dol in Brittany
Magnus, Governor of the Orkneys and Martyr
Magnus of Rome, Deacon and Martyr
Magnus, Bishop of Trani, Martyr
Majolus (Mayeul), African Martyr
Majora, Martyr
Malachy O’More, Archbishop of Armagh and Cistercian
Malard (Malchard), Bishop of Chartres
Mamas of Caesarea, Martyr
Mamertus, Archbishop of Vienne
Mande (Manudez)
Manequilda of Chalons, Virgin
Manettus dell’ Antella, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Mansuetus, Archbishop of Milan
Mansuetus (Mansuy), First Bishop of Toul
Manuel, Martyr
Manuel Gonzalez Garcia, Bishop of Palencia
Manuel Moralez, Mexican Layman, Husband and Father, Cristero Martyr
Marana of Berea, Syrian Ascetic Virgin
Marcelina Kotowicz Darowska, Co-foundress of the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception
Marcellian, Martyr
Marcellianus, Martyr
Marcellin Champagnat, Priest, Founder of the Marist Brothers
Marcellina of Trier, Virgin, Sister of St. Ambrose
Marcellinus, Pope and Martyr
Marcellinus of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Marcellinus, Bishop of Embrun
Marcellinus, Bishop of Puy-en-Velay
Marcellus I, Pope
Marcellus of Capua, Martyr
Marcellus of Rome, Martyr
Marcellus of Tangier, Soldier and Martyr
Marchelmus, Bishop
Marciana of Albi, Virgin
Marciana of Mauretania, Virgin and Martyr
Marcianus, First Bishop of Tortona, Martyr
Marcianus, Syrian Hermit
Marculf (Marcouf), Abbot of Nantes
Marek Krizin (Korosy of Krizevacanin), Croatian Priest, Martyred in Košice, Slovakia
Margaret (Marina) of Antioch, Virgin and Martyr
Margaret Mary Alacoque, Visionary Nun of the Visitation Order
Margaret Clitherow, Lay Woman, Martyred in York
Margaret of Cortona, Penitent, Franciscan Nun
Margaret of Hungary, Princess, Dominican Nun
Margaret Plantagenet Pole, Countess of Salisbury, Martyr
Margaret Sinclair (Mary Frances of the Five Wounds), Scottish Poor Clare
Margaret, Queen of Scotland
Marguerite Bourgeoys, Founders of the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame
Marguerite D’Youville, Widow, Foundress of the Grey Nuns, Canada’s First Saint
Maria of the Angels (Maria Fontanella), Carmelite Nun
Maria Assunta Pallotta, Franciscan of Mary, Missionary to China
Maria Bertilla Boscardin, Nursing Nun, Member of the Teachers of St. Dorothy
Maria De La Cabeza, Wife of St. Isidore the Farmer
Maria Di Mattias, Foundress of the Adorers of the Precious Blood
Maria (Paula) di Rosa, Superior of the Handmaids of Charity
Maria Gabriella Sagheddu, Italian Trappistine Nun
Maria Goretti, Martyr
Maria Maravillas de Jesus, Discalced Carmelite Nun
Maria Sagrario de San Luis Gonzaga, Spanish Carmelite Prioress, Martyr
Maria Teresia Ledóchowska, Foundress of the Sodality of St. Peter Claver for the African Missions and the Liberation of Slaves
Maria Josefa (Benedetta) Rossello, Foundress of the Daughters of Our Lady of Mercy
Maria Josefa of the Heart of Jesus, Sancho de Guerra, First Basque Saint
Maria Angela (Sophia Camille) Truszkowska, Foundress of the Felician Sisters
Maria Vicenta de Santa Dorotea Chavez Orozco, Mexican Foundress of the Servants of the Holy Trinity and the Poor
Mariam of Jesus Crucified Bouardy, Carmelite Mystic
Marian (Marianus), Lector, Martyr of Numidia, Companion of St. James
Marianus, Bishop of Syracuse
Marie Anne (Esther) Blandin, Canadian, Foundess of the Sisters of St. Anne
Marie-Anne Piedcourt, “Sister of Jesus Crucified”, eldest of the Martyred Carmelites of Compiegne
Marie Celine (Jeanne-Germaine) Chastang, Poor Clare Nun
Marie-Eugenie de Jesus Milleret de Brou, Foundress of the Religious of the Assumption
Marie Leonie (Alodie) Paradis, Foundress of the Little Sisters of the Holy Family (Canada)
Marie d’Oignies of Nivelles, Beguine
Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier, Foundress of the Institute of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd
Marie of the Incarnation (Barbara Acarie) Brought the Discalced Carmelites to France
Marie Joseph Cassant, Trappist Priest
Marie Rivier, Foundress of the Sisters of the Presentation
(Marietta) Maria Terese Fasce of Cascia, Augustinian Nun
Marina of Omura, Japanese Dominican Tertiary, Martyr
Marino, Deacon and Stone-carver, Patron of San Marino
Marinus, Martyr
Marinus or Rome, Martyr
Marinus, Hermit, Patron of San Marino
Marius, Persian Martyr
Mark the Evangelist
Mark, Martyr
Mark, Martyr
Mark, Pope
Marolas, Bishop of Milan, Martyr
Maron, Syrian Monk, Founder of the Maronites
Marquard, Bishop of Hildesheim, Martyr
Martha of Bethany (vestibule of the large church and under her painting)
Martial, First Bishop of Limogues
Martianus, Bishop of Benevento
Martin I, Pope
Martin de Porres, Dominican Lay Brother
Martin, Bishop of Braga
Martin, Bishop of Tours
Martin of Vertou, Abbot
Martin, Bishop of Vienne
Martina of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Martinian of Caesarea, Palestinian Hermit, died in Athens
Martha of Bethany  
Martha of Persia, Virgin and Martyr
Martyred Benedictine Monks of El Pueyo
Martyrs of the Armenian Holocaust of 1915
Martyrs of Antioch
        Romanus, Deacon
        Zacchaeus, Deacon
        Alphaeus, Lecton and Exorcist
Martyred in Asia
        Theophane Venard – China
        Gabriel Dufresse – China
        Agatha Lim – China
        Augustine Schoeffler – Viet Nam
        Etienne Cuenot – Viet Nam
        Andrew Kim – Korea
        Just de Bretenieres – Korea
        Pierre Maubert – Korea
        Jacques Chastain – Korea
        Jean Louis Bonnard - Korea
Martyred Family from Attala, Asia Minor
        Hesperus (father)
        Zoe (mother)
        Cyriacus (son)
        Theodulus (son)
Martyrs of Campania
Martyrs of Carthage
Martyrs of Crete
Martyrs of Cuncolim, India, July 15, 1583
        Rudolph (Rodolfo) Aquaviva, Jesuit Missionary Priest
        Peter Berno
        Alphonsus (Alfonso) Pacheco
        Anthony Francis
        Francis Aranha
Martyrs from Egypt
Martyr of Gorkum
3 Carmelite Martyrs of Guadalajara
        Maria Pilar of St. Francis Borgia
        Teresa of the Infant Jesus
        Maria Angeles of St. Joseph
Martyr of Trier
Martyrs, 10,000 of Persia
Martyrs of Nowogrodek, Poland, sisters (11 Holy Family of Nazareth Sisters)
        Adela Mardosewicz (M. Stella) Superior, age 54
        Anna Kokolowicz (M. Rajmunda) age 50
        Jadwiga Karolina Zak (M. Imelda) age 50
        Eleonora Aniela Jozwik (M. Daniela) age 48
        Jozefa Chrobot (M. Kanuta) age 47
        Helena Cierpka (M. Gwidona) age 43
        Julia Rapiej (M. Sergia) age 42
        Eugenia Mackiewicz (M. Kanizja) age 39
        Paulina Borowik (M. Felicyta) age 37
        Leokadia Matuszewska (M. Heliodora) age 37
        Weronika Narmontowicz (M. Boromea) age 26
Martyrs of Otranto
Martyrs of the 1871 Paris Commune
        Archbishop Georges Darboy of Paris
        Father Planchat
        Abbe’ Deguerry, Pastor of La Madeleine
        Abbe’ Becourt
        Father Rouchouse
        Abbe’ Sabatier
        Father Tufier
        Father Radigue
        Abbe’ Houillon
        Father Tardieu
        Abbe’ Olivaint
        Father Ducoudray, part of his cassock worn in prison, April & May, 1871
        Father Caubert
        Father Brouard
        Father Clerc
        Father Neomede
        Abbe’ Seigneuret
        Father De Benguy
Martyrs of the Paris Commune – 5 Jesuit Priests
        Pierre Olivaint
A. Clerc
L .Ducoudray
J. Caubert
A. De Bengny
      Martyrs of Pratulin (13) Wincenty Lewoniuk and his Companions
      Scillitan Martyrs
      Martyrs of Sebaste
      Martyrs of Segovia
Martyrs of Shanxi, China, sisters (7 Franciscan Missionaries of Mary)
        Anna Dierk (Maria Adolphina)
        Anne Moreau (Marie of Saint-Just)
        Clelia Nanetti (Maria Clara)
        Irma Grivot (Marie Ermellina of Jesus)
        Jeanne-Marie Kuergin (Marie of Sainte-Nathalie)
        Marianna Giulianni (Maria of Peace)
        Pauline Jeuris (Marie Amandine)
      Martyrs of Spoleto
Martyrs of Talavera
Martyrs of Thailand
        Philip Siphong, “the man of oak”, lay religious leader of Songkhon
        Agnes Phila, nun, a member of the Congregation of the Lovers of the Cross
        Lucia Khambang, nun, a member of the same congregation
        Agatha Phutta, unmarried woman, helper in the kitchen
        Bibiana Khamphai, age fifteen
        Maria Phon, age fourteen
        Cecilia Butsi, age sixteen
Martyrs of Tripoli
Martyrs of Viet Nam
        Peter DuMoulin Borie, French Bishop
        Jean Charles Cornay, French Priest
        Jean Louis Bonnard, Frech Priest
        Augustin Schoeffer, French Priest
        Francois Jaccard, French Priest
        John Gabriel Perboyre, French Priest
        Peter Le Tuy, Priest
        Martin Ta Du Thih, Priest
        Peter Nguyen Dich Laic, Priest
        Peter Truong Van Duong, Catechist
Martyrs of Viet Nam
        Valentine Berriochoa, O.P., Basque Bishop
        Jacinto Castaneda, O.P., Spanish Priest
        Peter Almato’ i. Ribera, O.P., Catalonian Priest
        Jerome Hermosilla, Spanish Bishop
        Matthew Alonzo Leziniona, O.P., Spanish Priest
        Vicente Liem de la Paz
        Joseph Khang, physician
        Francis Gil de Federich, O.P., Catalonian Priest
        Joseph Canh Luang Hoang
        Joseph Vien Dinh Dang
        Thomas De Van Nguyen
Martyrs of Viet Nam
        Pierre Dumoulin-Borie
        Luke Loan Ba Vu
Simon Hoa Dac Phan
John Baptist Con
Martin Thinh Duc Ta
Andrew Dung-Lac An Tran
Father Francois-Isidore Gagelin
Peter Duone Van Truong
Matthew Gam Van Le
Peter Thi Van Truong Phan
Joseph Uyen Dinh Nguyen
Father Jean Charles Cornay
Maruthas, Bishop of Maiperkat (Tagrit), Mesopotamia
Mary of Bethany
Mary of Cleophas
Mary of the Divine Heart (Maria Droste zu Vischering) Sister of the Good Shepherd
Mary of Edessa, Syria, Harlot, Penitent
Mary of Egypt, Penitent
Mary Theresa (Josephine) Dudzik, Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago
Mary Elizabeth Hesselblad, Foundress, Returned the Brigittines to Sweden
Mary Magdalene, Apostle to the Apostles
Mary Magdalene dei Pazzi, Carmelite Mystic
Mary Magdalene (Julia Frances Catherine) Postel, Foundress of the Daughters of Mercy
Mary Mazzarello, Foundress of the Salesian Sisters
Mateo Correa Magallanes, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Matilda, Queen of Germany
Matrona of Moscow
Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist
Matthew Talbot, Patron of Alcoholics
Matthia De Nazzarei, Poor Clare Abbess
Matthias the Apostle
Matthias Molumba, Ugandan Martyr
Matthias, Patriarch of Jerusalem
Maternus, Bishop of Cologne
Maternus, Bishop of Milan
Maudentius (Maudez), Irish Abbot
Maughold (Macaldus), Former Pirate, Bishop, Patron of the Isle of Man
Maura of Ireland, Martyr
Maura of Troyes, Virgin and Martyr
Maura, Scottish Princess, martyred in Picardy with her sister Brigid (Britta)
Maurice, Solider and Martyr
Maurus, Bishop of Casana
Maurus, Benedictine Abbot of Subiaco
Maxima, Martyr
Maxima, Virgin and Martyr
Maximianus, Bishop of Bagai, North Africa
Maximianus, Archbishop of Ravenna
Maximianus, Bishop of Syracuse
Maximilia, Martyr
Maximilian (Raymond) Kolbe, Conventual Franciscan Priest, Martyred in Auschwi

Maximilian of Tebessa, Martyr, Numidian Soldier, Conscientious Objector
Maximus of Cuma, Martyr
Maximus the Confessor (Homologetes), Abbot and Father of the Church
Maximus, Patriarch of Jerusalem
Maximus, Bishop of Mainz
Maximus, 4th Bishop of Nola
Maximus, Bishop of Turin
Mayeul, Abbot of Cluny
Mechtilde (Matilda) of Hackeborn, Benedictine Nun of Helfta convent, Mystic
Medard, Bishop of Noyon and Tournai
Mederic (Merry) Abbot
Méen, (Mevennus), Welsh Abbot, who founded the St. Méen Abbey in Brittany
Meinrad of Einsiedeln, Swiss Hermit
Melanius (Melaine), Bishop of Rennes
Melaine (Melanius), Bishop of Vannes, Brittany
Melania the Younger
Melanippus, Martyr
Melanius, Bishop
Melas (Melantius), Bishop of Rhinolura
Melchior Grodecz (Grodziecky), Czech Jesuit Priest, martyred in Košice, Slovakia
Meletius, Patriarch of Antioch
Melito, Bishop of Sardis, Father of the Church
Menas, Patriarch of Constantinople
Menehould, Virgin
Mercurial, Bishop of Forli
Mercurius of Cappadocia, Soldier, the Great Martyr
Meritus of Mauretania, Soldier and Martyr
Mederic (Merry), Monk and Hermit
Mesrop Mashtotz, Armenian Monk, Creator of the Armenian Alphabet
Methodius, Bishop, Brother of Cyril, Missionary to the Slavs
Methodius of Olympus, Bishop, Church Father, Martyr
Metron of Verona, Priest
Metrophanes of Byzantium, First Patriarch of Constantinople
Michal Tomaszek, Conventual Franciscan Priest, Martyr
Michael of Klopov, Russian Fool for Christ
Michael Rua, Salesian Priest, dear friend of St. John Bosco
Michael de Sanctis, Trinitarian Priest and Ecstatic
Michael Syncelle, Monk at St. Sabas, Jerusalem
Michael Joseph McGivney, American Priest, Founder of the Knights of Columbus
M. Michaela Desmaisieres y Lopez de Dicastillo, Foundress of the Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament
Mikhail Yaroslavich, Prince of Tver, Martyr
Miguel Augustin Pro, Mexican Jesuit Martyr
Miguel De La Mora, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Miguel Febres Cordero, Ecuadoran Christian Brother
Miguel Gomez Loza, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Milburga, Abbess of Wenlock, sister of St. Mildred
Mildred, Benedictine Abbess of Minster-at-Thanet, Sister of St. Milburga
Miltiades (Melchiades), Pope and Martyr
Minias (Miniato) of Florence, Soldier, Martyr
Mirocles, First Archbishop of Milan
Miropa of Chios, Martyr
Mobilia, Martyr
Moderan (Moran), Bishop of Rennes, Brittany
Modestinus, Martyr
Modestus, Bishop of Trier
Modestus, Martyr
Molaise (Laserian), Irish Abbot of Leighlin, Co. Carlow
Moloc, Moluag, Lua of Lismore, Irish Abbot in Scotland
Monica, Widow and Mother of St. Augustine of Hippo
Moninne, Abbess of Killeavy, Ireland
Monon of Nassogne, Irish Hermit in Belgium, Martyr
Morandus, Benedictine Monk of Cluny
Moses the Ethiopian, Priest, Desert Father
Mummolus of Burdeos. Martyr
Mummolus of Noyon
Mustiola of Chiusi, Martyr
Mutien-Marie (Mucian Maria) Wiaux, Belgian Brother of Christian Schools
Mychal Judge, Franciscan Fire Chaplain, first registered victim of 9/11, “Saint of 9/11”
Myron (Miron), Bishop of Cyzicus, Martyr

Nabor of Milan, Roman Soldier and Martyr
Narcissus, Bishop of Gerona, Martyr, Apostle to Augsburg
Narcissus, Bishop of Jerusalem
Natalia, Wife of St. Adrian and Martyr
Natalia of Cordoba. Virgin and Martyr
Nate (Nathy) of Achad (Achonry, Co. Sligo), Irish Bishop and Abbot
Nectarios of Aegina, Metropolitan of Pentopolis
Nectarius, Confessor, Companion of St. Austremonius
Neemtallah Kassab El Hardeeny (born Joseph Kassab), Maronite Priest
Neon, Martyred in Cappadocia, venerated in Langres
Nereus of Rome, Praetorian Guard, Martyr
Nerses, Armenian Catholicos
Nestor, Bishop of Magido
Nicander, Bishop of Myra, Martyr
Nicanor, one of the first seven deacons of Jerusalem
Nicasius, Bishop of Rheims, Martyr
Nicasius Jonson Van Heeze, Franciscan Priest, One of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Nicephorus, Patriarch of Constantinople
Nicetas of Caesarea, Abbot of Medikios
Nicetas of Remesiana, Bishop of Remesiana, Church Father, encouraged Latin Church music, composed the “Te Deum”
Nicetius (Nizier). Bishop of Lyon
Nicetius, Bishop of Trier
Nicholas Albergati, Bishop of Bologna
Nicholas of Cusa, Prince-Bishop of Brixen, philosopher, theologian, jurist, astronomer
Nicholas of Flue, Swiss Hermit
Nicholas of Myra (and Bari – “Santa Claus”) Bishop
Nicholas Owen, Jesuit Lay-brother, Builder of Priest Holes, Martyr
Nicholas Pelegrinus (the Pilgrim)
Nicholas of Pskov, Russian Fool for Christ
Nicholas of Tolentino, Augustinian Priest
Nicodemus the Pharisee
Nicodemus of Meteoron, Martyr
Nicomedes of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Nicola da Gesturi (Giovanni Angelo Salvatore Medda) Sardinian Capuchin
Nilos of Rossano “the Younger,” Abbot
Ninian of Whithorn “Candida Casa”, Bishop, Apostle to the Scots
Nonna of Nazianzus. Mother of Gregory of Nazianzus
Nonnosus, Benedictine Abbot
Norbert, Bishop of Magdeburg, Founder of the Norbertines (Premonstratensians)
Nostriano, Bishop of Naples
Notburga, Cook, Patroness of Servants and Peasants

Octavian, Archdeacon of Carthage, Martyr
Octavius, Martyr, Patron of Turin
Oda, Widow, Foundress of St. George Church and hospice at Hamay-les-Marchiennes
Odo, Bishop of Urgel
Oduvald, Abbot of Melrose
Odilia, (Ottilia), abbess of Odielienburg, Patroness of Alsace
Odilo, Abbot of Cluny
Odilo, Abbot of Stavelot and Malmedy
Odo (Oda), Archbishop of Canterbuty
Odrada, Virgin, of Haelen (Hertogenbosch), Netherlands
Odulph, Canon of Utrecht
Olaf, King of Norway
Olegarius, Bishop of Barcelona
Olga, Princess of Kiev
Olivia, Virgin, Martyred at Palermo
Oliver Plunkett, Archbishop of Armagh and Martyr
Olympias, Consular Prefect of Ameria, Martyr
Olympius, Tribune and Martyr
Olympias of Constantinople, Widow and Deaconess
Onuphrius (Humphrey) “the Great”, Hermit
Opilius of Piacenza, Martyr
Orencius, Father of St. Lawrence the of Rome
Orestes of Tyana, Cappadocia, Physician and Martyr
Ortarius, Abbot of Landelles
Osanna Andreassi of Mantua, Dominican Nun
Osburga, Abbess of Coventry
Osmund, Bishop of Old Sarum (Salisbury)
Oswald, Bishop of Worcester, Archbishop of York
Oswald, King of Northumbria, Martyr
Oswin, King of Northumbria and Martyr
Otto, Bishop of Bamburg
Ouen (Owen, Audoenus), Archbishop of Rouen

Paciano, Bishop of Barcelona
Pachomius of Tabenna, Egypt, Abbot
Palaemon, Egyptian Monk
Palladius, Bishop, Missionary to Ireland before Patrick
Pamphilus of Caesarea, Martyr
Pancratius of Rome, Martyr
Pantaenus, Head of the Catechetical School of Alexandria
Pantagato, Bishop of Vienne
Pantaleon, Martyr
Papias, Bishop of Hieropolis, Father of the Church, Martyr
Paphnutius of Borovsk, Hegumen of the Monastery of the Mother of God at Vysok
Paramon, Martyred under Decius
Pascal Baylon, Franciscan Lay Brother
Pascarius, Bishop of Nantes
Pastor of Rome, Martyr
Patapius, Egyptian Monk
Paternus of Scissy (Avranches), Hermit
Paternus, 1st Bishop of Vannes
Patiens, Bishop of Lyon
Patientia (Paciencia) Matron, Mother of St. Vincent the Deacon (of Saragozza)
Patricia of Naples (of Constatinople) nun
Patrick, Bishop, Missionary to Ireland, and Father of the Church
Patritius, Martyr
Patroclus, Martyr
Paola Elizabetta Cerioli, Foundress of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Bergamo
Paul the Apostle
Paul of Rome, Martyr
Paul Burali d’Arezzo, Archbishop of Naples
Paul of Cyprus, Iconodule Martyr
Paul, iconophile Bishop of Prusa, in Bithynia
Paul of Thebes, the First Hermit
Paul I, Patriarch of Constantinople
Paul of the Cross, Priest and Founder of the Passionist Order
Paul of Hungary, Dominican Missionary and Martyr
Paul Miki, Martyr of Nagasaki
Paul VI, Pope
Paul, Bishop of Verdun
Paula, Virgin and Martyr
Paula Frassinetti, Foundress of the Sisters of St. Dorothy
Paula, Roman Matron, Mother of St. Eustochium Julia, Friend of St. Jerome
Paulina of Fulda, Nun
Paulina, Virgin and Martyr
Pauline Von Mallinckrodt, Foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters of Christian Charity
Paulinus of Antioch, First Bishop of Lucca, Martyr
Paulinus, last Bishop of Capua Veteria
Paulinus II, Patriarch of Aquilaea
Paulinus of Nola, Bishop and Father of the Church
Paulinus, Bishop of Trier
Pausilippus of Thrace, Martyr
Pedro Esqueda Ramirez, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Pedro Jesus de Maldonado Lucero, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Pedro Tomas, Archbishop of Crete, Latin Patriarch of Constantinople
Pepin of Landen the Elder, Father of Sts. Gertrude of Nivelles and Bavo
Pelagius (Pelayo), martyred at Cordoba
Pelagius, Martyr
Peregrine Laziosi, Servite Pries, Patron of those with Cancer
Peregrino of Foggia, Hermit, one of the co-patrons of the city
Peregrinus of Apollonia, Martyr
Peregrinus, First Bishop of Auxerre, Martyr
Perfecta of Cordoba, Martyr
Perfectus, Priest, Martyr of Cordoba
Peris “the Cardinal”, patron of Llanberis, Wales
Perpetua of Carthage, Martyr
Perpetua, Virgin and Martyr
Peter the Apostle
Peter of Alcantara, Franciscan Priest
Peter Arbues, Assasinated Inquisitor
Peter of Avranches, Cistercian Abbot of Savigny
Peter, Patriarch of Alexandria, Martyr
Peter of Rome, Exorcist and Martyr
Peter Berna, Jesuit Priest, Martyred in India
Peter Canisius, Jesuit Priest and Doctor of the Church
Peter of Cava, Bishop of Policastro
Peter Chanel, Marist Priest, Apostle to Oceania, Martyr
Peter Chrysologus, Bishop of Ravenna, Father of the Church
Peter Claver, Jesuit Priest
Peter Damian, Cardinal Bishop of Ostia, Doctor of the Church
Peter Gonzalez (Gundisalvus, Telmo), Dominican
Peter Julien Eymard, Priest, Founder of the Order of the Blessed Sacrament
Peter Fourier, Augustinian Canon, Founder of the Canonesses Regular of St. Augustine
Peter Nolasco, Priest, Founder of the Order of Our Lady of Ransom
Peter Orscelolo, Doge of Venice
Peter, Bishop of Osma
Peter of Poitiers, Priest, French Medieval Theologian
Peter Palatinos of Nicomedia, Martyr
Peter Regalatus, Reformed Franciscan Friar
Peter, Bishop of Sebaste, Brother of Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa
Peter “the Spaniard”, Hermit
Peter, Cistercian Archbishop of Tarentaise
Peter of Verona, Dominican Priest and Martyr
Petroc of Cornwall, Abbotmm
Petronax, Benedictine, Second Founder of Monte Cassino
Petronilla, Virgin and Martyr
Petronius, Bishop of Bologna
Petrus Joseph Savelberg, Priest, founder of the Little Sisters of St. Joseph
Petrus Norbert Donders, Dutch Redemptorist Missionary and Apostle to Lepers
Phanxico Xavie (Francis Xavier) Nguyen Van Thuan, Cardinal Archbishop of Saigon
Pharaildis, Virgin
Philaret, Patriarch of Moscow
Philaren Voznesensky, Russian Metropolitan of New York
Phileas, Bishop of Thmuis, Martyr
Philibert, Abbot of Jumieges (Noirmoutier
Philip the Apostle
Philip the Deacon
Philip, Martyr
Philip of Argira, Apostle of Sicily
Philip Benizi, Servite Priest
Philip, Bishop of Gortina
Philip Howard, English Aristocrat, Matryr
Philip II, Patriarch of Moscow, Martyr
Philip Howard, 13th Earl of Arundel, Martyr
Philip of Jesus, Franciscan Martyr of Nagasaki, Patron of Mexico City
Philip Neri, Priest, Founder of the Oratory
Philogonius, Patriarch of Antioch
Philon, 1st Bishop of Karpasia, Cyprus
Philomena, Virgin and Martyr
Philostratus, Bishop of Brescia
Phoca, Martyr
Piatus (Piat), Priest, Martyred near Tournai
Pientius, Bishop of Poitiers
Pierina Morosini, Virgin and Martyr
Piergiorgio Frassati
Pierre Maubant, Priest of the Parish Foreign Mission Society, Martyred in Korea
Pierre-René Rogue, Vicnentian (Lazarist) priest, Martyr
Pimenius, Spanish Bishop
Pimenius, Martyr
Pinytus, Bishop of Cnossos, Crete
Pirmin, Irish Regionary Bishop, Founded Reichenau
Pirro Scavizzi, Roman Priest, Missionary of the Institute “Imperiali Borromeo”
Pio of Pietrelcina, Capuchin Stigmatic and Mystic
Pius I, Pope and Martyr  
Pius V, Dominican Pope
Pius IX, Pope
Pius X, Pope
Pius XII, a zucchetto he wore and a bone chip
Placida, Virgin and Martyr
Placidus, Disciple of St. Benedict
Placidus, Martyr
Placidus of Dissentis, Swiss Martyr
Plautilla, Widow, Mother of Flavia Domitilla, sister of Senator Flavius Clemens
Plato of Constantinople, Abbot
Plutarch of Alexandria, Disciple of Origen, Companion of Serenus, Martyr
Poetia, Martyr
Polion of Rome, Martyr
Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna, Father of the Church, Martyr
Polyeuctos of Militene, Soldier and Martyr
Pompeius, Bishop of Pavia
Pompilius Maria Pirotti, Piarist Priest, Reformer
Pomponius, 20th Bishop of Naples
Pomponius, Syrian Bishop and Martyr
Pontius of Cimiez, Roman Senator and Martyr
Pothinus, Bishop of Lyon, Martyr
Pragmatius, Bishop of Autun
Praxedes of Rome, Virgin
Primitivus of Leon, Martyr
Primus, Martyr
Primus of Rome, Martyr’
Prisca of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Priscilla, Matron
Principius, Bishop of Soissons
Privatus (Privat), Apostle of Gevaudan, First Bishop of Mende, Martyr
Probus, Martyr
Procharius (Porcarius II – Porcaire), Abbot of Lèrins, Martyr
Procopius, Abbot of Sazawa, Bohemia
Procopius, Martyr
Procopius of Casearea in Palestine, Martyr
Proculus of Bologna, Martyr
Proculus, Patriarch of Constantinople
Prosdocimus, First Bishop of Padua, Martyr
Prosper of Aquitaine, Lay Church Father, Disciple of Augustine of Hippo
Prospera, Martyr
Prosper, Bishop of Orleans
Protase, Martyr
Proterius, Patriarch of Alexandria, Martyr
Protomartyrs of Trier: Bishop Vigilius, Sissinius, Alexander, and Martyrius (one of them)
Protus of Rome, brother of Hyacinth, Martyr
Prudence, Virgin, Augustinian Hermit
Prudentius, Bishop of Troyes
Prudentius, Martyr
Ptolomaeus, Martyr
Publius, Second Bishop of Athens, Martyr
Pudentiana of Rome, Virgin
Pudenziana (Potentiana), Martyr
Pulcheria, Byzantine Empress

Quadratus of Athens, First Christian Apologist
Quentin, Martyr
Quinidius (Quinez), Bishop of Vaison
Quinta (Cointa), Martyred in Alexandria
Quintin, Martyr
Quintin of Turon, Martyr
Quiricus (Kerykus) of Tarsus, Martyr
Quirinus, Martyr
Quirinus of Malmedy, Priest and Martyr
Quirinus of Rome, Tribune and Martyr
Quirinus, Bishop of Sissek in Croatia and Martyr
Quodvultdeus, Bishop of Carthage, Father of the Church

Radbod, Bishop of Utrecht
Radegonde (Radegund), Frankish Queen, Foundress of Holy Cross Convent in Poitiers
Radulph, Bishop of Bourges
Rafael Guizar y Valencia, Bishop of Veracruz, Mexico
      Rafaela Maria Porras Ayllon, Foundress of the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Rafqa Butrusia (Rebecca Pietra) Choboq Ar-Rayes, Maronite Nun
Ragrenfreda, Founding Abbess of Dinain Abbey, Hainault, Belgium
Ragnulph of Arras, Martyr
Raineldis, Virgin and Martyr
Rainierus of Pisa, Monk, Patron of Pisa
Rambert (Ragnobert), Martyr
Ramiro of Leon, Abbot of St. Claudius Abbey, Martyr
Ramon Vicente Vargas Gonzalez, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Raphael Kalinowski
Rath (Rasso) Count of Andechs
Raymund Gayard of Toulouse, Priest
Raymond Nonnatus, Mercedarian Priest
Raymond of Penafort, Dominican Priest
Raynald (Reynold, Ronald), Benedictine Bishop of Nocera
Redemptorus of the Cross (Thomas Rodriguez da Cunha), Carmelite, Martyred in Malay
Regina (Reine), Virgin and Martyr
Regulus (Rieul), First Bishop of Senlis
Reinhold (Reinold) Monk, Martyr
Remacle, Founding Abbot of Stavelot/Malmedy, Bishop of Maestricht
Rembert, Archbishop of Bremen/Hamburg
Remigius (Remi), First Bishop of Rheims
Remigius, Bishop of Tournai
Remi (Remigius) Isore’, French Jesuit Priest, Martyred in China’s Boxer Rebellion
Renatus (Rene) First Bishop of Angers
Renatus, Bishop of Sorrento
Rene (Renatus) Goupil, North American Martyr
Reparata, Virgin, Martyred in Caesarea, Palestine
Restituta of Carthage, Virgin and Martyr, Patroness of the First Cathedral of Naples
Restitutus, Martyr
Restitutus, Bishop of Carthage
Reticius, Bishop of Autun
Revocatus of Carthage, Martyr, One of the Companions of Perpetua and Felicitas
Ricardo (Erminio Filippo) Pampuri, Brother Hospitaller of St. John of God
Richard, Bishop of Chichester
Richard Reynolds, Priest at the Briggitine Monastery of Syon, English Martyr
Richard Gwyn (aka Richard White), Welsh school teacher, Martyr
Richard, English Bishop of Andria, Italy
Richard “the King”, Confessor
Rigobert, Bishop of Rheims
Riquier (Ricarius), Confessor
Rita (Margarita) of Cascia, Widow and Augustinian Nun
Ritza (Rizza) of Coblenz, nun at St. Kastor nunnery, Coblenz
Robert of Arbissel, Abbot, Founder of the Order of Fontevrault
Robert Bellarmine, Jesuit Cardinal and Theologian
Robert of Molesmes, Co-founder of the Cistercian order – from his arm
Robert, Abbot of Newminster
Robert Southwell, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Roch (Rocco) of Montpellier, Confessor
Rodingus (Rodin), First Abbot of Beaulieu
Rodolfo (Rudolph) Aquaviva, Jesuit Priest Superior, Martyred in India
Rogelius, Martyr of Cordoba
Roger (Ruggiero) of Todi, Franciscan, Friend of St. Francis
Romacarius, Bishop of Constanza
Romaeus (Romeo), Carmelite Lay Brother
Roman Adame Rosales, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Romana, Virgin, Martyred at Sirmium
Romanos the Melodist, Syro-Greek Hymnographer
Romanus of Antioch, Martyr
Romanus of Caesarea in Palestine, Deacon and Martyr
Romanus, Deacon and Martyr
Romanus, Martyr
Romanus, Ostiarius of Rome, Martyr
Romanus of Rome, Martyr
Romanus, Soldier and Martyr
Romaric, Abbot of Habendum
Romuald, Abbot, Founder of the Trinitarian Order
Romulus, Bishop of Genoa
Roque Gonzales, Paraguayan Jesuit Missionary, Martyr
Rosa Venerini, Foundress of the first public school for girls in Italy (in Rome)
Rosalia of Palermo
Rosaline (Rossolina) Villeneuve, Carthusian Prioress
Rose of Lima, Dominican Virgin
Rose Philippine Duchesne
Rose of Viterbo, Virgin
Rosendo (Rudesindis) Castillian Bishop
Rudolph of Bern, Boy Martyr
Rufina of Rome, Martyr
Rufina, Virgin martyred in Seville
Rufinus (Rufino), First Bishop of Assisi, Martyr
Rufus of Philippi, Martyr
Rupert, Bishop of Salzburg
Rupert Mayer, Jesuit Priest, Outspoken Opponent of the Nazis
Rusticus (Rotiri), bishop of Clermont
Rusticus, Bishop of Narbonne
Rusticus of Paris, Priest, Martyr, Companion of St. Denis

Sabas, Abbot
Sabas Reyes Slazar, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Sabas the Youth
Sabina of Rome, Matron and Martyr
Sabina of Talavera, Martyr, Sister of Sts. Cristeta and Vincent of Avila
Sabinianus, Martyr of Cordoba
Sabinus, Bishop of Assisi, Martyred in Spoleto
Sabinus (Abibus), of Egypt, Procurator of Hermopolis, Martyr
Sacerdos, Bishop of Lyon
Sadoth (Sadoc), Metropolitan of Celeucia/Ctesiphon, Martyred by the Persians
Salomea, Queen, Matron, Abbess of the Poor Clares at Zawichost (later moved to Skala)
Salonius, Bishop of Geneva
Salustianus of Sardinia, Martyr
Salvador, Martyr
Salvador Huerta Gutierrez, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Salvador Lara Puente, Mexican Layman, Cristero Martyr
Salvator of Horta, Spanish Franciscan Brother
Salvinus, Bishop of Maçon
Salvius, Bishop of Alvi
Samonas of Edessa, Martyr
Santinus, Bishop of Verdun
Sara, Egyptian Virgin and Ascetic
Sara the Black, Patroness of the Romani (Gypsy) people
Saturninus, Carthiginian Priest, Martyred in Rome
Saturninus of Carthage, Martyr, One of the Companions of Perpetua and Felicitas
Saturninus, Bishop of Verona
Saturnus, Vandal Companion of St. Armogastes, Martyr
Savinus (Sabinus), Bishop of Conosa, Martyr
Scholastica, Foundress of the Benedictine Sisters
Sebastian, Soldier and Martyr
Sebastian Maggi, Dominican Priest, Reformer
Sebbe (Sebba, Sebbi) King of the East Angles, Benedictine Monk
Secunda. Virgin and Martyr
Secundinus, Bishop of Palestrina
Secundinus, Martyr
Secundinus (Sechnall), Irish Bishop, Nephew of St. Patrick
Secundus, Martyr
Secundus, Priest, Martyred at Barca, near Alexandria
Senan of Inis Cathaigh (Scattery Island) Irish Abbot/Bishop
Senator, Bishop of Milan
Sennen, Martyr
Serafina of Galicia, early convert
Seraphim of Sarov, Russian monk and mystic
Seraphina (Fina) of St. Gemignano
Seraphino of Ascoli, Capuchin Priest
Seraphinus of Montegrano, Capuchin Lay Brother
Serapia, Virgin and Martyr
Serapion, Patriarch of Antioch
Serapion, Bishop of Thmuis, Egypt, “the Scholastic,” head of the Catechetical School of Alexandria
Serapion, Martyr
Serena of Spoleto, Virgin and Martyr
Serenus, Disciple of Origen, companion of Plutarch, Martyr
Serenus of Sirmium, Martyr
Sergius I, Pope
Sergius of Caesarea in Cappadocia, Martyr
Sergius, Soldier and Martyr, Companion of St. Bacchus
Sergius of Radonzeh, Father of Russian Monasticism, Abbot of Holy Trinity Monastery
Serrano (Serranus), Bishop of Oviedo
Servanus (Serf), Apostle to the Orkneys
Servatius, 1st Bishop of Tongern and Maastricht
Servulus of Trieste, Martyr
Seven Apostolic Men: Clerics ordained in Rome and sent to convert Spain
    Torquatus (Guadix)
    Ctesiphon (Berja)
    Hesychius (Cazorla)
    Indalecius (Pechina)
    Secundus (Avila)
    Euphrasius (Andujar)
    Caecilius (Elvira/Granada)
Severianus, Martyr
Severinus of Norica, Martyr
Severinus, Bishop of Septempeda (now San Severino)
Severinus, Bishop, either of Bordeaux or Cologne
Severus, Bishop of Barcelona, Martyr
Severus, Bishop of Catania, Sicily
Sibilbald, Bishop of Metz
Sibyllina Biscossi of Pavia, Dominican Tertiary
Sidonius, Roman, Martyred under Aurelian, enshrined in Flanders
Sigebald, Bishop of Metz
Sigebert I, King of East Anglia
Sigfried, Bishop of Sweden (baptized St. Olaf)
Sigismund, King of Burgundy, Martyr
Silvanus, Bishop of Gaza
Silvanus, Associate of St. Paul
Silvanus, Martyred in Alexandria
Silverius, Pope
Silvester I, Pope
Silvester Guzzolini, Abbot, Founder if the Silvestrine Benedictines
Silvius, Bishop of Toulouse
Simeon, Second Bishop of Jerusalem and Cousin of Our Lord
Simeon Cardon and 5 Companions, Cistercian Martyrs of Casamari
Simeon the God-Receiver of Jerusalem
Simeon Stylites
Simon the Apostle
Simon Stock, Carmelite Priest, Superior General of the Order
Simon Mchajlovic of Volom, Russian Priest, Martyr
Simplicianus, Bishop of Milan, Successor of St. Ambrose, Friend of St. Augustine
Simplicius, Pope
Simplicius, Martyr
Synphonianus, of Autun, Martyr
Sirus (Horus), Bishop, Martyred in Alexandria
Sisebuto, Abbot of Cardena
Sisinius, Martyr
Sisto Riario Sforza, Cardinal Archbishop of Naples
Sixtus I, Bishop of Rheims
Sixtus I, Pope and Martyr
Sixtus III, Pope
Solanus Casey, Franciscan Priest from Detroit
Solemnius, Bishop of Chartres
Solomon, Portuguese, martyred in Cordoba
Solutor, Martyr, Patron of Turin
Sophia, Martyr
Sophia, Roman Virgin, Martyr
Sophia, Widow
Sophia (Soilomonia Jurievn Saburova) of Suzdal, Princess of Moscow
Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem
Soprata, Virgin, Daughter of Byzantine Emperor Maurice
Sosthenes Sostegni, One of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order
Soter, Pope and Martyr
Sotera, Martyr
Soteria, Great-Grandmother of St. Ambrose of Milan
Sotiro (Zuwarda), Virgin, Martyred in Dordrecht, Holland
Speciosa of Antioch, Virgin and Martyr
Speranza di Gesu (Giuseppa Alhama Valera), foundress of the Handmaids of Merciful Love
Stanislaus, Bishop of Cracow and Martyr
Stanislaus Kostka, Jesuit Novice
Stephania, Coptic Martyr
Stephen I, Pope and Martyr
Stephen Bandelli, Dominican Priest
Stephen, Bishop of Chantillon
Stephen Harding, One of the Three Co-founders of the Cistercians
Stephen (Istvan), King of Hungary
Stephen the First Martyr, Deacon
Stephen of Grandmont (ofthiers), Founder of the extinguished Order of Grandmont
Stephen of Obazine, French Hermit, Founding Abbot of Obazine Cistercian Abbey
Stephen Pongracz, Hungarian Jesuit Priest, martyred in Košice, Slovakia
Successus, Martyr
Sulpice (Sulpitius II), Archbishop of Bourges
Sulpice (Sulpitius I) Bishop of Bourges
Surano, Abbot, Martyr
Susanna of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Swibert, Bishop of Northumbria
Sylvester, Pope
Sylvia, Widow (Mother of St. Gregory the Great)
Symmachus, Pope
Symmetrius of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Symphorosa of Tivoli, Widow, Martyred with her Sons
Synesius of Rome, Lector and Martyr
Symphorian, Senator and Martyr
Symphorosa, Widow, Martyred in Tivoli
Syrus, Bishop of Genoa
Syrus, Bishop of Pavia

Tarachus, martyred at Anazarbus in Cilicia
Tarasius, Greek Martyr
Tarasius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Tarcisius of Rome, Acolyte and Martyr, Patron of Communion Ministers
Tarsilia, Aunt of Gregory the Great
Tatiana of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Taurinus, Bishop of Auch
Telemachus (Almachus), Monk, whose martyrdom ended the gladiatorial games
Telesphorus, Pope and Martyr
Telmo (Pedro González Telmo), Dominican Priest
Terence, Roman Centurion, Martyr
Terentius, Bishop of Todi
Teresa of Avila, Carmelite Mystic and Doctor of the Church
Teresa of Calcutta (hair, two autographed books)
Teresa Casini, Foundress of the Oblate Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Teresa Eustochio Verzeri, Foundress of the Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Teresa of Jesus of the Andes, Chilean Carmelite Nun
Teresa Margarita of the Sacred Heart (Redi), Carmelite nun
Tertullia, Virgin, Martyr
Thais of Egypt, Penitent
Thecla of Iconium, Apostolic Virgin and Martyr
Theresa (Josephine) Dudzik, Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of Chicago
Therese (Marie-Victoire) Couderc, Foundress of the Religious of the Cenacle
Therese Martin of Lisieux, Carmelite and Doctor of the Church (Little Flower of the Child Jesus)
Therese of St. Augustine: Princess Louise of France, youngest daughter of Louis XV, who was prioress of the Carmelites at St. Denis, poisoned by opponents of the monarchy in 1787
Therese Verhaeghe, 3rd order Dominican, Beguine from Ghent
Theresia, Cistercian Nun
Themistocles of Myra, Marttyr
Theobald (Thibaut, Tybalt) Camoldolese Hermit in Luxembourg
Theodard, Bishop of Maastricht and Martyr
Theodard (Audard), Archbishop of Narbonne
Theodora of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Theodore of Byzantium, “the New Martyr”
Theodore, Bishop of Cyrene
Theodore, Bishop (of Mopsuestia? or Canterbury?)
Theodore or Echaita, Soldier and Martyr
Theodore Guerin, Foundress of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods
Theodore, Bishop of Pavia
Theodore Romzha, Ruthenian Bishop of Mukachene, Martyr
Theodore the Studite, Abbot in Constantinople, Theologian
Theodoric van der Eem, Franciscan Priest, one of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum
Theodosia, Virgin and Martyr
Theodosius fhe Great (the Cenobiarch) Abbot
Theodota, martyred at Constantinople for hiding icons
Theodulph, Bishop of Lobbes, Belgium
Theodulph of Trier, Hermit
Theodulus, Martyr
Theogenes of Cyzicus, Martyr
Theogenes, Bishop of Hippo
Theoginis of Laodicia, Martyr
Theonas, Martyr
Theonilla, Martyr
Throphanes “the Recluse” of Antioch
Theophanes the Isaurian, Abbot of Mt Sigriane Abbey, Constantinople
Theopemptus, Martyr
Theophila, Martyr
Theophilus, Sixth Bishop of Antioch, Apologist
Theophilus of Constantinople
Theophilus (Biagio) Arrighi of Corte, Franciscan Priest, Missionary in Corsica
Theophylact, Metropolitan of Nicomedia
Theotimus, Bishop of Tomi (Constanta), Romania
Theotonio, Priest, Augustinian Prior of Coimbra
Thillo (Tillo, Theau), Saxon Priest, Missionary in the Low Countries
Thomas the Apostle
Thomas Aquinas, Dominican Priest and Doctor of the Church
Thomas a Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury and Martyr
Thomas ab Urb
Thomas de Cantalupe, Bishop of Hereford
Thomas of Cori, Franciscan Priest
Thomas Garnet, English Jesuit Martyr
Thomas a Kempis (Thomas of Kempen), Canon, Author of the “Imitation of Christ”
Thomas More, Chancellor of England and Martyr
Thomas of Tolentino, Franciscan martyred in China
Thomas of Villanova, Augustinian Archbishop of Valencia
Three Magi – Gasper, Melchior, Balthazar
Tiburtius. Martyr, Brother-in-law of St. Cecilia
Tichon of Limassol, Cyprus, Bishop
Timothy, Disciple of St. Paul and Bishop of Ephesus
Timothy, Bishop of Gaza and Martyr
Timothy Giaccardo, Pauline Priest
Timothy, Martyr
Timothy of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Titus, Disciple of St. Paul and Bishop of Crete
Titus Brandsma, Dutch Carmelite Priest, professional journalist, martyred in Dachau
Tiziano, Fifth Bishop of Brescia
Tomasso Maria Fusco, Priest, Founder of the Daughters of Charity of the Precious Blood
Torello da Poppi, Franciscan Hermit
Toribio Romo, Mexican Priest, Martyr, Patron of Immigrants
Torpetius (Torpès, Tropez) of Pisa, Martyr
Torquatus, Bishop of Gaudix and Martyr
Torquatus, Bishop of Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux
Totnan, companion of St. Kilian, martyred near Würzburg
Tranquilinio Ubiarco Robles, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Trianon, Bishop and Martyr
Triduana, 8th century Irish Hermitess in Scotland
Trifyllius, Bishop of Nicosia
Trophima, Martyred in Alexandria
Trophimus (Trophime), Bishop of Arles
Trudo (Trond) of Hesbaye, Belgium, Benedictine Abbot
Tryphenia of Rome, Friend of St. Pauil (greeted in Romans)
Tryphon of Campsada, Syria, Martyred in Nicaea
Tugdual, Bishop in Brittany
Turbon, Martyred in Cappadocia, venerated in Langres
Turibius, Bishop of Astorga
Turibius de Mogrovejo, Archbishop of Lima
Twelve Apostles of Ireland, 6th century monks who studied under St. Finian of Clonard:
    Ciaran of Saighir
    Ciaran of Clonmacnois
    Brendan of Birr
    Brendan of Clonfert
    Columba of Terryglass
    Columba of Iona
    Mobhi of Glasnevin
    Ruadhain of Lorrha
    Senan of Iniscathay
    Ninidh of Lough Erne
    Laisren Mac Nad Froich
    Canice of Aghaboe
Ubaldesca Taccini, Virgin of the Order of St. John
Ubaldo Baldassini, Bishop of Gubbio
Ulrich, Bishop of Augsburg
Umberto III, Count of Savoy
Urban, Martyr
Urban I, Pope and Martyr
Urban V, Pope
Ursicinus II, Bishop of Chur and Abbot of Dissentis
Ursicinus (Ursanne), Confessor, Founder of Saint-Ursanne
Ursinius, First Bishop of Bourges
Ursmar. Benedictine Missionary-Bishop, Abbot of Lobbes
Ursula, Virgin and Martyr
Ursula of Parma, Virgin
Ursus, Martyr
Ursus, Bishop of Ravenna
Ustazades, Court Eunuch and Godfather of Sapor II of Persia, who Martyred him

Valeria, Virgin Martyred at Limoges
Valeria (Valerie), Virgin and Martyr
Valerian of Rome, Martyr and Husband of St. Cecilia
Valerian, Martyr
Valerian, Bishop of Abbensa
Valerius, Bishop of Saragossa
Valerius, Martyr
Valerius of Soissons, Martyr
Valerius, Bishop of Sorrento
Valentin of Segovia, Castilian Hermit, Martyr
Valentina Feodorovna Sulkovskaya of Minsk, Miracle Worker
Valentine of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Valentine, Bishop of Trier and Tongres, Confessor
Valentinian, Bishop of Chur
Vedast (Vaast, Gaston, Foster), Bishop of Arras and Cambrai
Venantius, Martyr
Venantius, Martyred at Camerino
Veneranda, Virgin and Martyr (probably identical with St. Parasceve of Iconium)
Venustus, Martyr
Verecundus, Bishop of Verona
Verena, Charitable Egyptian Virgin who died in Switzerland
Veridiana of Padua, Anchoress and Wonderworker
Veronica Giuliani, Poor Clare Abbess, Stigmatic, and Mystic
Viator of Lyons, Confessor (after whom the Viatorian Order is named)
Vicelinus, Bishop of Oldenburg
Vicenta of Corla, Martyr
Vicenza (Caterina) Gerosa, Co-founder of the Sisters of Charity of Lovere
Victor of Alexandria, Martyr
Victor, Archbishop of Ravenna
Victor of Burgos, Priest and Martyr
Victor of Marseilles, Soldier and Martyr
Victor of Nantes, Martyr
Victor Maurus (the Moor, of Mauretania), Martyr
Victor I, Pope and Martyr
Victor, Martyred either in Antioch or Nicomedia
Victoria, Martyr
Victoria, Martyr
Victoria of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
(Maria) Victoria Fornari Strata, Widow and Mother, Foundress of the Blue Nuns
Victorian, Martyr
Victoricus, Missionary Martyred near Amiens
Victorius of Leon, Martyr
Victorius, Martyr
Victorinus, Bishop of Pettau
Vigilantus, Martyr
Vigilius, Bishop of Auxerre, Martyr
Virgilius (Feargal, Farrell) Bishop of Salzburg “the Geometer”
Vigor (Vigeur), First Bishop of Bayeux
Vilmos (William) Apor, Bishop of Gyor, Martyr
Vicenta of Coria (Caceres), Solitary, Martyr
Vicente Soler, Spanish Augustinian Recollect Priest, Martyr
Vincentia, Martyr
Vincent de Paul, Priest and Founder of the Congregation of the Missions, or Vincentians
Vincent Ferrer, Dominican Priest
Vincent of Gerona, Martyr
Vincent of Lerins, Abbot
Vincent Madelgarus, Founding abbot of Haumont, husband of St. Waldetrude
Vincent, North African Deacon and Martyr
Vincent of Saragossa, Deacon and Martyr
Vincent, Martyr
Vincent Palotti, Priest, Founder of the “Pious Society of the Missions”
Vincent Strombi, Passionist Bishop of Macerata and Tolentino
Vindicianus, Bishop of Cambrai
Vindimial, Bishop of Capsa, Numidia, Martyred by the Vandals
Violeta, Virgin and Martyr
Virginia Centurione Bracelli
Vitalis of Castronovo, Calabrian Monk, Wonder Worker
Vitalis of Ravenna, Martyr
Vitus (Guy), Martyr
Vitus, Bishop of Verdun
Vivaldo (Waldo), Hermit
Vladimir the Great, Prince of Kiev
Vladimir Ghika, Romanian Prince, Priest, Martyr
Volusianus, Bishop of Tours

Walburga, British Abbess of Heidenheim
Waldebert, 3rd Abbot of Luxueil
Waldetrude (Vaudru), wife of Vincent Madelgarus, nun at Mons
Walter, Abbot
Walter (Galtier) Cistercian, First Prior of Aulne
Wandrille, First Abbot of Fontenelle
Wenceslaus (Vaclav), Duke of Bohemia and Martyr
Wendelin (Wendel), Saintly Shepherd
Werburgh of Chester, Royal Abbess
Wiborada of St. Gall, Swiss Anchoress and Martyr
Wigbert, Anglo-Saxon Missionary, Abbot of Herzfeld
Wilburgis, Anchorite, enclosed at St. Florian Church, Mystic
Wilibert, Bishop
Willehad, Bishop of Bremen
Willehad of Denmark, Franciscan Priest, eldest of the Martyrs of Gorkum
Willibald, British Bishop, Apostle of Bavaria
Willibrord, Missionary Bishop of Utrecht and Apostle to Luxemburg
William, Bishop
William, Archbishop of York
William X, Duke of Aquitaine
William of Foggia, Hermit
William of Gellone (of Orange), 2nd Duke of Toulouse, Founder of Gellone Abbey
William “the Great” of Malavale, Confessor
William of Perth, Martyr
William of Pontoise, Benedictine Hermit
William of Vercelli, Abbot of Monte Vergine
Winebald (Vindoald), Abbot of St. Loup, Troyes
Winifred of Holywell, Welsh Vigin and Martyr (moss from her holy well)
Winoc, English abbot of Wormhoudt
Wiro (Maelmuire) Bishop, Missionary to Holland
Wivina (Vivina), Abbess
Wulfram, Bishop of Sens (Fontenelle)
Wulfstan, Benedictine Bishop of Worcester

Xenia “the Righteous” of Rome, Virgin
Xenia Grigoryevna Petrova of St. Petersburg, widow, patroness of St. Petersburg

Yolanda (Helen) of Hungary, Duchess, Poor Clare Abbess

Zacchaeus of Caesarea in Palestine, Martyr
Zacchaeus, Bishop of Jerusalem
Zacharias, Bishop of Leon, Successor of St. Irenaeus, Martyr
Zachary (Zachariah), Father of St. John the Baptist
Zama I, Bishop of Bologna
Zanitas, Monk, Martyred by King Shapur II of Persia
Zbigniew Strzalkowski, Conventual Franciscan Priest, Martyt
Zdislava Berka, Duchess of Lemberk (Bohemia), Dominican Tertiary
Zenas of Philadelphia, Martyr
Zeno, Bishop and Martyr
Zeno, Bishop of Verona
Zeno, Martyr
Zeno, Roman Tribune and Martyr
Zenobius, Wonderworking Bishop of Florence
Zenobius, Physician, Bishop of Aegae in Cilicia, and Martyr
Zephyrinus, Pope
Zita, Patroness of Servants
Zoe, Martyr
Zofia Czeska-Maciejowska, Foundress of the Sisters of the Presentation of the B.V.M.
Zoilus of Lystra, Martyr
Zosimus, Bishop of Syracuse, Sicily
Zosimus, Martyr
Zoticus, Martyr
Zygmunt Gorazdowski, Ukrainian Monsignor, Fouder of the Sisters of St. Joseph

Two relics from the clothing of the sixteen Carmelite nuns from the Cloister of Compiégne, who were guillotined in Paris on July 17, 1794

Fragments from the Lord’s Manger and His Cradle (from the relics in St. Mary Major)
Fragments of the House of the Last Supper and the Holy House of Loreto
Fragments of the Titulus – the board on the Holy Cross which read “Jesus of Nazarth, King of the Jews”
From the Savior’s manger
From the cloak of St. Joseph
From the Shroud of Turin
From the Crown of Thorns
From the tomb of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Hair of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Belt of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Veil of the Blessed Virgin Mary