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 2,000 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

Abdon, Martyr

Abilius, 3rd Patriarch of Alexandria

Abraham of Smolensk, Abbot


Abundius, Martyr

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

Achius, Martyr

Achilleus of Rome, Praetorian Guard, Martyr

Acindynus, Persian Martyr

Adalbald of Ostrevant, Martyr

Adalbert (Voitech) Bishop of Prague and Martyr

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

Adrian III, Pope

Adrian, Soldier 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

Afra, Virgin martyred at Augsburg

Agapitus of Rome, Pope

Agapitus, Bishop of Ravenna

Agapitus, Martyr

Agapitus of Palestrina, Martyr

Agatha of Catania, Virgin and Martyr

Agathangelus, Martyr

Agatho, Pope

Agathonia, Martyr

Agilbert, Bishop of Angers

Agileus, Martyred at Carthage

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


Agricola, Martyr of Pannoia

Agrippina of Rome, Virgin and Martyr

Aidan, Bishop of Lindisfarne

Ailbe, (Elvis) Irish Bishop of Emly

Alain (Alan, Allen), Abbot of Lavaur in Gascony

Alain de Solminiihac, Augustinian Bishop of Cahors

Airald, Bishop of St. Jean-de-Maurienne

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

Alena of Dielbeck, Brabant, Virgin and Martyr

Alexander Akimetes (the Sleepless One) Founder of the Sleepless One monks

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 Sauli, Bishop, Apostle of Corsica

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

Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit Novice

Aloysius (Luigi) Guanella, Priest, Founder of the Servants of Charity and the Daughters of St. Mary of Providence

Alphonsa Muttathupadathu, Poor Clare Nun, first canonized Indian saint

Alphonsus Maria de Liguori, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, Founded the Redemptorists (4)

Alphonsus (Alonzo) Rodriguez, Jesuit Lay Brother

Altfrid (Alfred), Bishop of Hildesheim

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 Rennes, Brittany

Amand (Amandus), Bishop of Maestricht, Apostle to Flanders

Amandus, Bishop of Worms

Amantius, Bishop of Como

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 the Persian, Martyr


Anatolius, Bishop (either of Constantinople or of Laodicia)

Anathoile-Francoise Thoulier, Poor Clare Mystic

Andre (Arnold) Bessette, Canadian Holy Cross Brother

Andrei Rublev, Russian monk, great Iconographer

Andreas Wouters (Walter), Secular Priest, one of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum

Andrew the Apostle

Andrew Avellino (baptized “Lancelot”), Theatine Priest

Andrew Bobola, Jesuit Priest, Martyr

Andrew Corsini, Carmelite Bishop of Fiesole

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

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

Anianus (Aignan), Bishop of Orleans, Confessor

Anicetus, Pope

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

Anonimus, Martyr

Anselm, Martyr

Anselm, Abbot of Fanano

Anselm, Abbot of Nonatola

Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury and Doctor of the Church

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

Antonius, 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 Turner, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr

Anthony Maria Zaccaria, Priest, Founder of the Barnabites

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 the Apollogist, Roman Senator and Martyr

Apuleius of Rome, Martyr

Archangelo Canetuli, Augustinian Canon, died as Archbishop-elect of Florence

Aristides of Athens, Apologist, Martyr

Arialdus, Deacon and Martyr

Armel of Brittany

Armentarius, Bishop of Pavia

Arminius, Martyred with his mother in Egypt

Arnold (Arnulph), Bishop of Soissons

Arnold Janssen, Priest, Founder of the Divine Word Missionaries

Arsenius the Great, Roman Deacon, Imperial Tutor, Hermit in Egypt

Artemas, Martyred in Puozzoli

Asaph, Bishop of St. Asaph, Wales

Assunta Maria Pallotta, Nun, Missionary to China

Associatus, Martyr

Aspren, First Bishop of Naples

Asterius, Bishop of Petra, Arabia

Athanasius, Patriarch of Alexandria and Father of the Church

Attala, Alsatian 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

Augustus, Martyr

Augustus (Augustine) Tolton, African American Chicago Priest

Aurelia, Virgin and Martyr

Aurelius, Martyr

Aurelius, Bishop of Carthage, Martyr

Aurelius, Bishop of LePuy

Austindus, Bishop of Auch

Austreberta, Benedictine Abbess of Pavilly, Normandy

Austremonius, Bishop and Martyr, Apostle to Auvergne

Austrufle, Abbot of Fontenelle

Aventor, Martyr, Patron of Turin

Avertanus, Carmelite Lay Brother

Avitus, Martyr

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

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

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

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 (3)

Basilissa of Rome, Martyr (buried St. Peter and St. Paul)

Basolus of Rheims, Monk and Confessor

Bathilda, Queen of Neustria

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

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 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-sincer, 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

Benno, Bishop of Meissen

Berardo de Corbio, Franciscan Martyr

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 Ptolemei, Founder of the Olivetans

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

Bessarion of Egypt, Hermit

Betanion (Bettanio) Bishop of Tomi, Syria

Bettelin, English Hermit, friend of St. Guthlac

Bibiana (Viviana) of Rome, Virgin and Martyr

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

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, 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

Bonitus (Bonet), Bishop of Clermont

Bonosius, Camoldolese Abbot

Bonosa, Martyr

Bonosus, Bishop of Trier

Bonosus, Martyr

Boris, Prince of Kiev, Martyr

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

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

Burchard, 1st Bishop of Würzburg

Bugudnofara (Fara), Abbess of Faremoutiers


Caecilius, First Birshop of Granada, Martyr

Caesarius of Armenia, Martyr

Caesarius of Terracina, Deacon and Martyr

Caius, Pope and Martyr

Cajetan (Gaetano), Co-founder of the Clerics Regular, Theatines

Calepodius of Rome, Priest and Martyr

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

Calocerus of Rome, Imperial Eunuch, Martyr

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

Canute, King of Denmark

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


Casimir, Prince of Poland, Patron of Poland and Lithuania

Cassianus, Bishop of Todi, Martyr

Cassianus, Martyr

Cassius, Bishop of Narni

Castor, One of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs

Castrense, Bishop of Castel Volturno, Martyr

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


Cecilia Cesarini, Dominican Nun

Cecilia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr

Celedonius, Soldier and Martyr

Celerinus, African Martyr

Celestine, Martyr

Celestine V (Peter of Morone), the only Pope who has ever retired

Celsus, Martyr

Ceolfrid (Geolfridus), Abbot of Jarrow and Wearmouth, Teacher of Bede the Venerable

Cerbonius, Bishop of Piombino

Cerbonius, Bishop of Verona

Ceronatus, Martyr

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

Christiana of Lucca, (Oringa of the Cross), Augustinian Nun

Christina of Bolsena, Virgin and Martyr

Christina, Virgin Martyred in Persia

Christopher of Lycia, Martyr

Chrysanthus, Egyptian, martyred in Rome with his Greek wife, Daria

Chrysogonus of Aquilea, Martyr

Chrysolius (Chrysole) Armenian Bishop Martyred in Flanders c. 300

Ciaran (Kieran), Abbot of Clonmacnois

Ciaran (Kieran), Abbot of Saighir

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

Clarus (Clair), Bishop of Nantes

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

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

Clotilde, Queen of the Franks, Wife of Clovis

Cloud (Clodoaldus), Abbot

Coelestinus, Martyr

Colette of Corbie, Reformer of the Poor Clares

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

Conon of Pamphylia, Gardener and Martyr

Conrad, Bishop of Constance


Conrad Birndorfer of Parzham, Capuchin Priest

Conrad of Piacenza, Confessor

Constabilis, 4th Abbot of Cava

Constance (Constantia Augusta, Costanza), daughter of Emperor Constantine I

Constantine the Great, Emperor


Conatantius (one of several)

Contardo d’Este, pilgrim

Corbinian (Waldegiso), First Abbot and Bishop of Freising

Cordula, Virgin and Martyr

Corentin, first Bishop of Quimper, Brittany

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

Crescentius, Martyr

Crispin of Soissons, Martyr

Crispin of Viterbo, Capuchin Lay Brother

Crispinian of Soissons, Shoemaker, Martyr

Cucufas, Martyr

Cunegunda, Empress

Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne

Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage, Martyr, and Father of the Church

Cyriaca (Dominica), Virgin martyred at Nicomedia

Cyriacus, Bishop of Ancona and 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, Patriarch of Jerusalem and Father of the Church

Cyrus of Egypt, Martyr

Czeslaw (Ceslas) Odrowaz, Dominican Priest, Brother of St. Hyacinth


Dacius, Martyr

Dagobert II, King of Austrasia, Martyr

Dalmatius of Constantinople, Archimandrite

Dalmatius, Bishop of Pavia

Damasus, Pope

Damian, Physician and Martyr

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, Abbot of Himmerode

David (Dewi), Bishop of Menevia (St. Davids), Patron of Wales

Deicola (Deicuil), Irish Missionary Abbot

Deiniol (Daniel), First Bishop of Bagor, Carnarvon, Wales

Delphinus, Bishop of Bordeaux

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

Deodatus of Sora, Martyr

Deogratias, Bishop of Carthage

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

Didacus (San Diego) of Alcala, Franciscan Brother

Diego Jose of Cadiz, Capuchin Preacher to the Andalusia area

Dignus, Martyr

Dilectus, Martyr

Dimitry of Priluckji, Russian Monk

Dimitry (Daniil Saavich Tuptalo/Tuptalenko), Bishop of Rostov, Composet

Diodora, Martyr


Dionysius, Patriarch of Alexandria

Dionysius the Areopagite, Disciple of St. Paul, First Bishop of Athens, Martyr

Dionysius of Aquileia, Lay Person, Martyr

Dionysius of Kiev, Russian monk

Dionysius, Pope and Martyr

Dionysius of Zakynthos, Archbishop of Aegina

Dioscorus I, Patriarch of Alexandria

Dioscorus, Martyr

Disciola of Poitiers, Nun in Holy Cross Convent

Dismas (Dimas), the “Good Thief”

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 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

Domitilla (Flavia Domitilla), great-niece of Emperors Domitian, Titus, and the Senator, St.   Flavius Clemens, Martyr

Donatus, Bishop of Arezzo, Martyr

Donatus, (Donagh the Irishman), Bishop of Fiesole

Donatus, Martyr

Donatus, Martyr

Donatus, Martyr

Dorothy of Cappadocia, Virgin and Martyr

Dorothy of Montau, Widow and Mystic

Dositheus, Monk

Drosis, Martyr

Dubritius (Dyfryg, Devereaux) Bishop in Wales

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 Vitale


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

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 Ethiopia

Eleucadius, Bishop of Ravenna

Eleutherius, Abbot

Eleutherius, First Bishop of Tournai and Martyr

Eleutherius, Bishop and Martyr

Eleutherius, Martyr

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 Ann Seton, Foundress of the American Sisters of Charity

Elizabeth of Messina, Virgin and Solitary

Elizabeth of Schönau, Cistercian Abbess

Elizabeth of Spalbeek, Nun of Herkenrode, Belgium


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

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, Matron

Emmanuel Gomez Gonzalez, Spanish priest, martyred in Brazil

Emmanuel Ruiz and Companions, Franciscan and Maronite Martyrs of Damascus

Enimie, Daughter of Clothaire II, founding Abbess of St. Enimie Benedictine Abbey

Enrique de Osso y Cervello, Founder, Sisters of St. Teresa of Jesus

Ephraem of Edessa, Deacon, 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

Erasmus of Antioch, Martyr

Erasmus (Elmo), Bishop of Formiae and Martyr

Erhard (Eberhard), First Abbot of Ebersheimmunster, Bishop near Ratisbon (Regensburg)

Eric IV, King of Sweden, Martyr

Ermelinda (Linda), Virgin and Recluse

Ermemond, Bishop

Ernan (Eirnin) of Cluin Deorhra (Cloondara) Disciple of St. Columba

Ernest, Abbot of Zweifalten, Martyr

Eskil, English Missionary, First Bishop of Strangnas, Sweden, Martyr

Ethelwold, English Priest, Hermit, buried in Lindisfarne

Eucarpus, Martyred in Asia Minor

Eucharius, Martyred at Toul

Eucherius, Bishop of Lyons

Euddodwy (Oudoceus), Bishop of Llandaff

Eugene, Bishop

Eugene Prevost, Priest, Founder of the Sacerdotal Fraternity and the Oblates of Bethany

Eugenia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr

Eugene, Bishop of Toledo

Eugenius, Martyr

Eugenius, Martyr

Eulalia of Barcelona, Virgin and Martyr

Eulogius of Cordoba, Bishop-elect of Toledo, Martyr

Euphemia of Chalcedon, Virgin and Martyr

Euphemia, Abbess of Altomünster, Bavaria

Euphrasia, Virgin and Martyr

Euphrasius, Bishop of Clermont

Euphrosyna, Virgin and Martyr

Eurosia (Orosia), Virgin, martyred near Bayonne

Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea (Palestine), Father of the Church, Father of Church History

Eusebius, Pope and Martyr

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 (Eustathius), Roman General and Martyr

Eusticia, Martyr

Eustochia Smeralda Calafato, Poor Clare, Co-patroness of Messina

Eustochium Julia, Daughter of St. Paula, Friend of St. Jerome

Eutichius, Abbot

Eutropius, First Bishop of Saintes, Martyr

Euthymius, Martyr

Eutychian, Pope

Eva, Martyr

Evaristus, Pope and Martyr

Everard (Eberhard) Confessor, Founder of Cysoing Abbey, diocese of Cambrai

Evermod, Norbertine Bishop of Ratzeburg, Apostle to the Wends

Ewa (born Bogumila) Noiszewska, Foundress, Handmaids of the Immaculate BVM, Martyr


Exuperantia, Virgin Martyred at Troyes

Exuperantius, Martyr

Ezequiel Moreno y Díaz, Augustinian Recollet


Fabian, Pope and Martyr

Fabiola of Rome, Matron

Facundus, Martyr

Faith (Foi), Virgin, Martyred at Agen, France

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

Faustus, Martyr

Felicia, Virgin, Martyred at Caligari, Sardinia

Felician of Rome, Martyr

Felicissimus, Martyr

Felicitas of Carthage

Felicitas, of Rome, Martyr and her seven martyred sons:








Felix, Martyr

Felix, Martyr

Felix I, Pope and Martyr

Felix III, Pope and Grandfather of Pope Gregory the Great

Felix of Cantalice Capuchin Friar

Felix, Bishop of Nola

Felix of Valois, Co-founder of the Theatines

Ferdinand III, King of Castile

Ferinus, Martyr (I can find nothing about this saint).

Ferreol, Bishop of Limoges

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

Finian of Clonard, Abbot

Finian of Moville, Abbot

Fintan, Abbot of Clonenagh

Firmatus, Martyr

Firmin, First Bishop of Amiens, Martyr

Flavia, Martyr

Flavian, Martyr

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

Florian, Soldier and Martyr

Floribert, son and successor to St. Hubert as Bishop of Liẻge

Foillan, Irish Monk, Missionary, Martyr

Foulques, Abbot of Fontenelle


Fortunatus, African Martyr

Fortunatus, Martyr

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 Seelos, Redemporist Missionary to New Orleans

Francisco Marto, Visionary of Fatima

Franco (Frank) Lippi, Carmelite Priest Mystic

Francoise Meziere de Mezanges, Laywoman, One of the 19 Martyrs of Laval, guillotined

Fraternus, Bishop of Auxerre

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

Fructuosus, Bishop of Terragona

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

Gangulph of Varennes, Martyr

Gaon (Godo) Founding Abbot of Fontanelle Abbey, Normandy

Gaspar Bertoni, Italian Priest, Founcer of the Stigmatines

Gaspar del Bufalo, Founder of the Society of the Precious Blood

Gatianus, First Bishop of Tours

Gaudiosus, Martyr

Gedeon, Bishop of Besanson

Gemelllus, Martyred in Paphlagonia

Geminianus, Bishop of Modena

Geminianus of Sirmium, Martyr

Gemma Galgani, Mystic who had the stigmata

Genesius the Comedian, Martyr

Genesius (Genest), 37th Archbishop of Lyons

Genevieve, Virgin. Patroness of Paris

Gentien (Gentianus), Missionary Martyred near Amiens

George, Soldier and Martyr

George Beesley, English Secular Priest, Martyr

Georges Darboy, Archbishop of Paris, Martyred by the Paris Commune May 24, 1871

Gerald (Géraud), Count of Aurillac

Gerard (Gellert) Sagredo of Csanad, Bishop and Martyr

Gerard Majella, Redemptorist Brother

Gerold, 15th Abbot of Fontanelle, Bishop of Evreux

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

Gertrude, Abbess of Nivelles

Gertrude the Great, Benedictine Mystic

Gerulph. Boy Martyred near Ghent

Gervase, Martyr

Getulius of Rome, Husband of St. Symphorosa, Martyr

Ghislain, Confessor

Gianna Beretta Molla, Mother and Pediatrician

Gilbert, Norbertine Abbot of Neuffontaines

Gilbert of Sempringham, Priest and Founder of the Gilbertines

Gildas the Wise, English Abbot and Writer

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

Gleb, Prince of Kiev, Martyr

Glicerio Landriani, Piarist Priest

Goar of Aquitaine, Priest, Hermit

Godfrey (Godefridus) Van Duynen, Secular Priest, One of the 19 Martyrs of Gorkum

Godehard (Gottard), bishop of Hildesheim

Gordianus of Rome, Martyr

Gorgonius of Nicomedia, Martyr

Gorgonius of Rome, Martyr

Gottfried (Godfrey) of Kappenberg, Norbertine Priest

Grata, Martyr

Gratianus, Martyr

Gregorio Grassi, Franciscan Missionary Bishop, Martyred in China

Gregory I (the Great) Pope and Father of the Church (3)

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 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

Gualterius (Gautier, Walter) Abbot of Pontoise

Gudula, Virgin, Patroness of Brussels

Gudwall, Welsh Bishop of St. Malo

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

Guy of Anderlecht, Confessor

Guy de Fontgalland, “Angel of the Eucharist”


Hamo (Aymo) of Savigny, Benedictine Monk

Hedda, Bishop of the West Saxons, Abbot of Malmesbury

Hedwig (Jadwiga), Queen of Poland

Hedwig, Duchess of Silesia

Helena, Empress, Mother of Constantine I

Heliodorus, Martyr

Helladius, Bishop

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

Herculanus, Soldier and Martyr

Hermann Joseph, Norbertine Priest

Hermenegild, Visigothic Prince, Martyr

Hermes, Greek, Martyred in Rome

Hermogenes, Patriarch of Moscow, Martyr

Hilarion, Martyr

Hilarion the Great, of Gaza in Palestine

Hilarion, Greek Metropolitan of Kiev

Hilarius, Bishop of Mainz, Martyr

Hilarius, Bishop of Aquilaea

Hilary, Martyr

Hilary, Greek Martyr

Hilary of Poitiers, Bishop and Father of the Church

Hilda, Abbess of Whitby

Hildegard of Bingen, Benedictine Abbess, Mystic, Composer, Physician

Himerius, Bishop of Ameria and Martyr

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

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

Hyacinth of Rome, Brother of Protus, Martyr

Hyacinth (Jacek) Odrowaz, Dominican Priest

Hyacintha Mariscotti, Franciscan Nun

Hyginus, Pope


Ida of Herzfeld, widow and foundress

Idesbald, Cistercian Abbot of Ten Duinen

Iduberga (Itta, Ida) of Schelde, Wife of Pepin of Landen the Elder

(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 Loyola, Founder of the Society of Jesus, Jesuits

Ignatius Laconi, Capuchin Priest

Ignatius of Santhia, Capuchin Priest, who worked in Turin

Ignatius Brianchininov, Russian monk from Vologda

Ignatius Shoukrallah Maloyan, Armenian Catholic Archbishop of Mardin, Martyr

Ildefonsus, Bishop of Toledo

Illuminata of Ravenna, Virgin

Imelda Lambertini, Dominican Nun

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

Irene of Rome, friend and healer of St. Sebastian

Irene, Virgin and Martyr

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, 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

Israel of Dorat, Augustinian Priest, confessor

Ita of Killeedy, Irish Abbess

Ives (Yves, Ivo, Yvo) Helory, of Kermartin, Brittany, Lawyer and Priest


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, Deacon, Martyr of Numidia, Companion of St. Marian (Marianus)

James Philip (Giacomo Filippo) Bertoni, Servite Priest

James Kisai, Jesuit Martyr of Nagasaki

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 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

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 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 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 Henry Newman

John Juvenal Ancina, Oratorian Bishop of Solazzo,Composer

John Kanti (Cantius), Priest

John of Kronstadt, Russian Orthodox Priest, Famous Preacher and Wodnderworker

John Licci, Sicilian Dominican Priest

John of Lycopolis, Egyptian Hermit

John of Matha, Priest, Founder of the Trinitarian Order

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 Soan de Goto

John I, Pope

John XXIII, Pope, two post cards

John Paul II, Pope, Bible, photo, book

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, Metropolitan of Kiev, Patriarch of Moscow

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 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

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 of Leonessa, Capuchin Priest

Joseph Moscati, Neapolitan Physician

Joseph Tshang-ta-Pong, Chinese Catechist and Martyr

Joseph Volotsky, Russian monk

Josephine Bakhita, Daughter of Charity of Canossa

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

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 Corsica, Virgin and Martyr

Julian, Martyr

Julian, Martyr

Julian of Brioude, 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)

Junipero Serra, Franciscan Priest, Missionary to California

Jurgis Matulaitis-Matulevicius, Bishop of Vilnius

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, Martyr

Justinus of Rome, Priest and Martyr

Justus, Archbishop of Canterbury

Justus of Trieste, Soldier and Martyr

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

Keyne (Kenwyn) Welsh Hermitess in Cornwall

Kilian, Irish bishop, martyred near Würzburg

Kinga, Queen of Poland, Poor Clare



Lactantius, Martyr

Ladislaus (Laszlo), King of Hungary

Laetitia (Leticia, Letizia), Virgin and Martyr

Laetus (Lié), of Orleans, Hermit

Lambert, Bishop of Maastricht, Patron of Liege, Martyr

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)

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 IX, Pope

Leo XIII, Pope

Leocadia, Virgin and Martyr

Leodegarius (Leger), Bishop of Autun and Martyr

Leonard Kimura, Jesuit Lay Brother, one of the Martyrs of Nagasaki

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

Leonilla, Martyred in Cappadocia, Venerated at Langres

Leonora, Queen of England

Leontia, Virgin and Martyr

Leontius, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia

Leontius of Rome, Martyr

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

Leucius, First Bishop of Brindisi, lead seal, made between 1000 and 1200

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

Livinus (Lebwin), Apostle of Flanders, Bishop of Ghent, Martyr

Longinus, Centurion at the Crucifixion and Martyr

Lorenzo Majoranus di Siponto, Bishop of Siponto

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

Lubin (Leobinus), Bishop of Chartres

Lucia dos Santos, Sr. Lucia, who saw Our Lady of Fatima

Lucian of Antioch, Priest and Martyr

Lucidus, Italian Benedictine Monk

Lucien, First Bishop of Beauvais, Martyr

Lucina, Roman Matron

Lucius I, Pope and Martyr

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

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

Luke the Evangelist

Lutgardis, Cistercian mystic

Lydia of Thyatira, Disciple of St. Paul at Philippi


Macarius of Ghent,

Macarius the Great (the Elder), Abbot of Skete, Egypt

Macarius, Martyr

Macarius, a Lybian martyred in Alexandria

Macarius of Kanevv (of Ordez), Fouonder 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

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

Magdalene of Cannossa, Foundress of the Connossan Daughters of Charity

Magnus, Governor of the Orkneys and Martyr

Magnus of Rome, Deacon and Martyr

Magnus, Bishop of Trani, Martyr

Malachy O’More, Archbishop of Armagh and Cistercian

Mamas of Caesarea, Martyr

Mamertus, Archbishop of Vienne

Mande (Manudez)

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

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 Rome, Martyr

Marciana of Albi, Virgin

Marcianus, First Bishop of Tortona, Martyr

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, English Martyr

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 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

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 d’Oignies of Nivelles, Beguine

Marie-Euphrasie Pelletier, Foundress of the Institute of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd

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

Marinus, Martyr

Marinus or Rome, Martyr

Marius, Persian Martyr

Mark the Evangelist

Mark, Martyr

Mark, Martyr

Mark, Pope

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 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 Crete











Martyrs of Cuncolim, India, July 15, 1583

      Rudolph (Rodolfo) Aquaviva, Jesuit Missionary Priest

      Peter Berno

      Alphonsus (Alfonso) Pacheco

      Anthony Francis

      Francis Aranha

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 Paris Commune – 5 Jesuit Priests

     Pierre Olivaint

     A. Clerc

     L .Ducoudray

     J. Caubert

     A. De Bengny

Scillitan Martyrs

Martyrs of Sebaste

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 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 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


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 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

Maternus, Bishop of Cologne

Maudentius (Maudez), Irish Abbot

Maughold (Macaldus), Former Pirate, Bishop, Patron of the Isle of Man

Maurice, Solider and Martyr


Maurus, Benedictine Abbot of Subiaco

Maxima, Martyr

Maximianus, Archbishop of Ravenna

Maximilian (Raymond) Kolbe, Conventual Franciscan Priest, Martyred in Auschwicz

Maximilian of Tebessa, Martyr, Numidian Soldier, Conscientious Objector


Maximus of Cuma, Martyr

Maximus the Confessor (Homologetes), Abbot and Father of the Church

Maximus, Bishop of Mainz

Maximus, 4th Bishop of Nola

Mayeul, Abbot of Cluny

Medard, Bishop of Noyon and Tournai

Méen, (Mevennus), Welsh Abbot, who founded the St. Méen Abbey in Brittany

Meinrad of Einsiedeln, Swiss Hermit

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

Menehould, Virgin

Mercurius of Cappadocia, Soldier, the Great Martyr

Meritus of Mauretania, Soldier and Martyr

Methodius, Bishop, Brother of Cyril, Missionary to the Slavs

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 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

Miguel Augustin Pro, Mexican Jesuit Martyr

Miguel Febres Cordero, Ecuadoran Christian Brother

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

Moderan (Moran), Bishop of Rennes, Brittany

Modestinus, Martyr

Modestus, Martyr

Monica, Widow and Mother of St. Augustine of Hippo

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”


Nabor, Roman Soldier and Martyr

Narcissus, Bishop of Gerona, Martyr, Apostle to Augsburg

Narcissus, Bishop of Jerusalem

Natalia, Wife of St. Adrian and Martyr

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

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

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 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

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


Octavius, Martyr, Patron of Turin

Oda, Widow, Foundress of St. George Church and hospice at Hamay-les-Marchiennes

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

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

Orestes of Tyana, Cappadocia, Physician and Martyr

Osanna Andreassi of Mantua, Dominican Nun

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


Pachomius of Tabenna, Egypt, Abbot

Palaemon, Egyptian Monk

Pamphilus of Caesarea, Martyr

Pancratius of Rome, Martyr

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


Pascal Baylon, Franciscan Lay Brother

Pastor of Rome, Martyr

Patapius, Egyptian Monk

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 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

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, 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

Pedro Jesus de Maldonado Lucero, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr

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

Peregrinus of Apollonia, Martyr

Peregrinus, First Bishop of Auxerre, Martyr

Perfecta of Cordoba, Martyr

Peris “the Cardinal”, patron of Llanberis, Wales

Perpetua of Carthage, Martyr

Perpetua, Virgin and Martyr

Peter the Apostle

Peter of Alcantara, Franciscan Priest

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 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 Regalatus, Reformed Franciscan Friar

Peter, Bishop of Sebaste, Brother of Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa

Peter of Verona, Dominican Priest and Martyr

Petronilla, Virgin and Martyr

Petronius, Bishop of Bologna

Petrus Joseph Savelberg, Priest, founder of the Little Sisters of St. Joseph

Phanxico Xavie (Francis Xavier) Nguyen Van Thuan, Cardinal Archbishop of Saigon

Philaret, Patriarch of Moscow

Phileas, Bishop of Thmuis, Martyr

Philip the Apostle

Philip the Deacon

Philip, Martyr

Philip Benizi, Servite Priest

Philip of Jesus, Franciscan Martyr of Nagasaki, Patron of Mexico City

Philip Neri, Priest, Founder of the Oratory


Philomena, Virgin and Martyr

Phoca, Martyr

Piatus (Piat), Priest, Martyred near Tournai

Pierina Morosini, Virgin and Martyr

Pierre Maubant, Priest of the Parish Foreign Mission Society, Martyred in Korea

Pierre-René Rogue, Vicnentian (Lazarist) priest, Martyr

Pimenius, Spanish Bishop

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

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

Plutarch of Alexandria, Disciple of Origen, Companion of Serenus, Martyr

Polycarp, Bishop of Smyrna, Father of the Church, Martyr

Polyeuctos of Militene, Soldier and Martyr

Pompilius Maria Pirotti, Piarist Priest, Reformer

Pomponius, 20th Bishop of Naples

Pontian, Pope, Martyr

Ponziano (Pontian) of Spoleto, Martyr

Porphyrius the Actor, Martyr

Pothinus (Pothin), Bishop of Lyon, Martyr

Praxedes of Rome, Virgin

Primus, Martyr

Prisca of Rome, Virgin and Martyr


Priscilla, Matron

Primus of Rome, Martyr

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

Proculus of Bologna, Martyr

Prosdocimus, First Bishop of Padua, Martyr


Prosper of Aquitaine, Lay Church Father, Disciple of Augustine of Hippo

Protase, 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, Martyr

Ptolomaeus, Martyr

Pudentiana of Rome, Virgin

Pulcheria, Byzantine Empress


Quentin, Martyr

Quinidius (Quinez), Bishop of Vaison

Quinta (Cointa), Martyred in Alexandria

Quintin, 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


Radegonde (Radegund), Frankish Queen, Foundress of Holy Cross Convent in Poitiers

Rafaela Maria Porras Ayllon, Foundress of the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Rafqa  Butrusia (Rebecca Pietra) Choboq Ar-Rayes, Maronite Nun

Raineldis, Virgin and Martyr

Rainierus of Pisa, Monk, Patron of Pisa

Rambert (Ragnobert), Martyr

Raphael Kalinowski

Rath (Rasso) Count of Andechs

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

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

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, English Bishop of Andria, Italy

Richard “the King”, Confessor

Rigobert, Bishop of Rheims

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

Roch (Rocco) of Montpellier, Confessor

Rodolfo (Rudolph) Aquaviva, Jesuit Priest Superior, Martyred in India

Romaeus (Romeo), Carmelite Lay Brother

Roman Adame Rosales, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr

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

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 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

Sabinianus, Martyr of Cordoba

Sadoth (Sadoc), Metropolitan of Celeucia/Ctesiphon, Martyred by the Persians

Salomea, Queen, Matron, Abbess of the Poor Clares at Zawichost (later moved to Skala)

Salvador, Martyr

Salvator of Horta, Spanish Franciscan Brother

Salvador Huerta Gutierrez, Layman, Cristero Martyr

Salvinus, Bishop of Maçon

Sara, Egyptian Virgin and Ascetic

Sarah, 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

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, 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

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, 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

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

Severianus, Martyr


Severinus, Bishop of Septempeda (now San Severino)

Severinus, Bishop, either of Bordeaux or Cologne

Sibilbald, Bishop of Metz

Sibyllina Biscossi of Pavia, Dominican Tertiary

Sidonius, Roman, Martyred under Aurelian, enshrined in Flanders

Sigebert I, King of East Anglia

Sigfried, Bishop of Sweden (baptized St. Olaf)

Sigismund, King of Burgundy, Martyr

Silvanus, Associate of St. Paul

Silvanus, Martyred in Alexandria

Silverius, Pope

Silvester I, Pope

Silvester Guzzolini, Abbot, Founder if the Silvestrine Benedictines

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

Sirus (Horus) , Bishop, Martyred in Alexandria

Sisinius, Martyr

Sisto Riario Sforza, Cardinal Archbishop of Naples

Sixtus I, Pope and Martyr

Sixtus III, Pope

Solanus Casey, Franciscan Priest from Detroit

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

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

Stanislaus, Bishop of Cracow and Martyr

Stanislaus Kostka, Jesuit Novice

Stephania, Coptic Martyr

Stephen I, Pope and Martyr

Stephen Bandelli, Dominican Priest

Stephen (Istvan), King of Hungary

Stephen the First Martyr, Deacon

Stephen of Grandmont (ofthiers), Founder of the extinguished Order of Grandmont

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)

Synesius of Rome, Lector and Martyr

Symmachus, Pope

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

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

Teresa of Avila, Carmelite Mystic and Doctor of the Church

Teresa of Calcutta (hair, two autographed books)

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

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

Theresia, Cistercian Nun

Themistocles of Myra, Marttyr


Theobald (Thibaut, Tybalt) Camoldolese Hermit in Luxembourg

Theodard, Bishop of Maastricht and Martyr

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 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 Lobes, Belgium

Theodulph of Trier, Hermit

Theogenes of Cyzicus, Martyr

Theoginis of Laodicia, Martyr

Theonas, Martyr

Theonilla, Martyr

Theopemptus, Martyr

Theophila, Martyr

Theophilus, Sixth Bishop of Antioch, Apologist

Theophilus (Biagio) Arrighi of Corte, Franciscan Priest, Missionary in Corsica

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 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


Timothy, Disciple of St. Paul and Bishop of Ephesus

Timothy Giaccardo, Pauline Priest

Timothy, Martyr

Timothy of Rome, Priest and Martyr

Torpetius (Torpès, Tropez) of Pisa, Martyr

Torquatus, Bishop of Gaudix and Martyr

Totnan, companion of St. Kilian, martyred near Würzburg

Titus, Disciple of St. Paul and Bishop of Crete

Titus Brandsma, Dutch Carmelite Priest, professional journalist, martyred in Dachau

Tiziano, Fifth Bishop of Brescia

Tranquillinus, Priest and Martyr

Troadius of Pontus, Martyr

Troianus, Bishop of Saintes

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

Trianon, Bishop and Martyr

Triduana, 8th century Irish Hermitess in Scotland

Trophima, Martyred in Alexandria

Trophimus (Trophime), Bishop of Arles

Trudo (Trond) of Hesbaye, Belgium, Benedictine Abbot

Tryphon of Campsada, Syria, Martyred in Nicaea

Turbon, Martyred in Cappadocia, venerated in Langres

Turibius de Mogrovejo, Archbishop of Lima


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

Ursula, Virgin and Martyr

Ursula of Parma, Virgin

Ursus, Martyr


Valeria, Virgin Martyred at Limoges

Valeria (Valerie), Virgin and Martyr

Valerian of Rome, Martyr and Husband of St. Cecilia

Valerian, Martyr

Valerius, Bishop of Saragossa

Valerius, Martyr

Valerius, Bishop of Sorrento

Valentine of Rome, Priest and Martyr

Valentine, Bishop of Trier and Tongres, Confessor

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

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)

Vicenza (Caterina) Gerosa, Co-founder of the Sisters of Charity of Lovere

Victor, Archbishop of Ravenna

Victor of Burgos, Priest and Martyr

Victor of Marseilles, Soldier and 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, 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

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

Virginia Centurione Bracelli

Vitalis of Ravenna, Martyr

Vitus (Guy), Martyr

Vivaldo (Waldo), Hermit

Vladimir the Great, Prince of Kiev

Vladimir Ghika, Romanian Prince, Priest, Martyr

Volusianus, Bishop of Tours


Walburga, British Abbess of Heidenheim

Waldetrude (Vaudru), wife of Vincent Madelgarus, nun at Mons

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

Wilburgis, Anchorite, enclosed at St. Florian Church, Mystic

Willehad Van 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, Archbishop of York

William X, Duke of Aquitaine

William “the Great” of Malavale, Confessor

William of Perth, Martyr

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 of St. Petersburg, Widow, “Holy Fool”, Hermit


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


Zacharias, Bishop of Leon, Successor of St. Irenaeus, Martyr

Zachary (Zachariah), Father of St. John the Baptist

Zama I, Bishop of Bologna

Zbigniew Strzalkowski, Conventual Franciscan Priest, Martyt

Zdislava Berka, Duchess of Lemberk (Bohemia), Dominican Tertiary

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

Zofia Czeska-Maciejowska, Foundress of the Sisters of the Presentation of the B.V.M.

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 tomb of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Hair of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Belt of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Veil of the Blessed Virgin Mary