E

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
Edelbaldus
Edith of Wilton, Virgin
Edith Stein (Teresa Benedicta of the Holy Cross), Carmelite Nun, Murdered in Auschwicz
Edmund Bojanowski, Layman, Confessor
Edmund Campion, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Edmund Rich of Abingdon, Archbishop of Canterbury
Edmund, Saxon King and Martyr
Edward Oldcorne, English Jesuit Priest, Martyr
Edward the Confessor, Last Saxon King of England
Edward, English King and Martyr
Edwen, Daughter of St. King Brynach, Patroness of Anglesey
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 of Illyrium, Bishop and Martyr
Eleutherius of Nicomedia, Soldier, Maertyr
Eleutherius of Rome, Pope and Martyr
Eleutherius of Spoleto, Abbot of St. Mark’s
Eleutherius, Abbot
Eleutherius, Bishop and Martyr
Eleutherius, First Bishop of Tournai and Martyr
Eleutherius, Martyr
Eliada, Abbess of Ohren, hear Triet
Elias (Giovanni Rachites) of Enna (Sicily), Basilian Abbot
Elias del Soccorso Nieves del Castillo, (Mateo),Mexican Augustinian Priest, Martyr
Eligius (Eloi), Bishop of Noyon and Tournai, Patron of Goldsmiths
Elizabeth Achler, German Franciscn Tertiary, Mystic
Elizabeth Ann Bailey Seton
Elizabeth Hesselblad, Brigittine Abbess
Elizabeth of Hungary, Margravine of Thuringia
Elizabeth of Messina, Virgin and Solitary
Elizabeth of Schönau, Cistercian Abbess
Elizabeth of Spalbeek, Nun of Herkenrode, Belgium
Elizabeth of the Trinity (Elizabeth Catez), French Discalced Carmelite, Mystic
Elizabeth Picenardi, O.S.M., Italian Servite Nun
Elizabeth the New Martyr, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna Romanov of Russia
Elizabeth, Mother of John the Baptist
Elpegio, Bishop of Winchester, Martyred Archbishop of Canterbury
Elphidius, Bishop of Toul, Martyr
Elpidius of Cappadocia, Hermit
Elvira
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 of Lesum, Noblewoman, who built several churches
Emma, Matron
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 (Enna), Abbot of Inishmore, Ireland
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
Eoban, Bishop of Martelaar, Martyr
Eonius, Bishop of Arles
Epaphroditus, Disciple of St. Paul, Bishop of Philippi
Ephebius, Bishop of Naples
Ephraem of Edessa, Deacon, Syrian Hymn Writer, and Father of the Church
Ephysius of Caligari, Sardinia, Martyr
Epimachia
Epiphanius the Wise, Disciple and Biographer of Sergius of Radonezh
Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis
Epiphanius, Patriarch of Constantinople, Doctor of the Church
Erasmus (Elmo), Bishop of Formia, Martyr
Erasmus of Antioch, Martyr
Erembert, Benedictine Bishop of Toulouse
Erhard (Eberhard), First Abbot of Ebersheimmunster, Bishop near Ratisbon (Regensburg)
Eric IX, King of Sweden, Martyr
Erimenius, Bishop of Gortina
Ermelinda (Linda), Virgin and Recluse
Ermemond, Bishop
Ermengol, Bishop of Urgel
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
Ethelburga, East Anglian Princess, Abbes of Farmoutier
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, Bishop of Lyons
Eucharius, Bishop of Orleans
Eucharius, Bishop of Trier
Eucharius, Martyred at Toul
Euddodwy (Oudoceus), Bishop of Llandaff
Eudoxia Dmitrievna of Moscow
Eudoxia, Princess of Suzadal, Grand Duchess Euphrosyne of Moscow
Eugene (Vincent) Bossilkov, Passionst, Bishop of Nicopolis, Martyred in Bulgaria
Eugene de Mazenod, Servite Bishop of Marseilles, Founder of the Servites of mary Immaculate
Eugene I, Pope
Eugene Prevost, Priest, Founder of the Sacerdotal Fraternity and the Oblates of Bethany
Eugene, Bishop
Eugene, Bishop of Milan
Eugenia (of Caligari?), Virgin and Martyr
Eugenia of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Eugenius, Bishop of Carthage
Eugenius, Bishop of Toledo
Eugenius, Martyr
Eugenius, Martyr
Eulalia of Barcelona, Virgin and Martyr
Eulogius of Cordoba, Bishop-elect of Toledo, Martyr
Eulogius, Patriarch of Alexandria
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 of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop and Church Father
Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea (Palestine), Father of the Church, Father of Church History
Eusebius, Bishop of Milan
Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata, Father of the Church, Martyr
Eusebius, Martyred in Syria
Eusebius, Pope and Martyr
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
Euthymius the Great, Palestinian Abbot, born in Militene, Armenia
Euthymius, Martyr
Eutichius of Alexandria, Martyr
Eutichius, Abbot
Eutichius, Bishop of Como
Eutichius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Eutropius of Amasea, Martyr
Eutropius, Bishop of Orange
Eutropius, First Bishop of Saintes, Martyr
Eutychian, Pope
Eva, Martyr
Evagrius, Bishop of Antioch
Evagrius, Patriarch of Constantinople
Evaristus, Pope and Martyr
Evasius, Bishop of Asti
Everard (Eberhard) Confessor, Founder of Cysoing Abbey, diocese of Cambrai
Evergislo of Cologne
Everilda of Wessex, Foundress of Everingham Convent
Evermod, Norbertine Bishop of Ratzeburg, Apostle to the Wends
Evodius, 1st Bishop of Antioch, consecrated by St. Peter, Martyr, predecessor of St. Ignatius
Evodius, Bishop of Rouen
Evorcius (Aper), Bishop of Toul
Evorcius, Bishop of Orleans
Ewa (born Bogumila) Noiszewska, Foundress, Handmaids of the Immaculate BVM, Martyr
Expeditus
Exuperantia, Virgin Martyred at Troyes
Exuperantius, Bishop (of either Ravenna or Cingoli)
Exuperantius, Martyr
Exuperius, Bishop of Toulouse
Eystein (Augustine) Erlendsson, Archbishop of Nidaros (Trondheim, Norway)
Ezequiel Moreno y Díaz, Augustinian Recollet, Bishop, Martyr