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Jacinta Marto, Visionary of Fatima
Jacob Rem, Austrian Jesuit, responsible for the devotion to “Our Lady, Untier of Knots”
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”
James (Giacomo) Salomoni, Dominican Priest, Patron of those with Cancer and tumors
James (Jacques) Sales, Jesuit Priest, martyred by Huguenots
James de Menavia, Dominican Theologian
James Intercissus of Persia, Martyr
James Kisai, Jesuit Martyr of Nagasaki
James of Cittá della Piave, “the Almoner”, Servite martyr (Giacomo Elemosiniere)
James of Nisibis, Armenian Patriarch
James Philip (Giacomo Filippo) Bertoni, Servite Priest
James the Confessor, Iconodule Monk in Constantinople, Martyr
James the Greater, Apostle
James the Just, “Brother of the Lord”, First Bishop of Jerusalem, author of the Epistle
James the Lesser, Apostle
James, Deacon, Martyr of Numidia, Companion of St. Marian (Marianus)
Januarius (Genarro), Bishop of Benevento and Martyr
Jason of Thessalonica, Disciple of St. Paul
Jean-Jacques Olier, Priest, Founder of the Sulpicians
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) Antide Thouret, Foundress of the Daughters of St. Vincent de Paul
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) Françoise de Chantal, Widow, Foundress of the Visitation Order   
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) of Toulouse, Carmelite nun
Jeanne (Jane, Jean, Joan) of Valois, Queen, Foundress of the Order of the Annonciades
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)
Jeanne Dalanous, Foundress of the Congregation of St. Anne
Jeanne Emilie de Villeneuve, foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame of the Immaculate Conception of Castres
Jeanne-Elizabeth Bichier-des-Ages, Nun, Foundress of the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross
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 Piccolonieri, Servite Confessor
Joachim, Father of the Virgin Mary
Job, Confessor
Jocundus, Bishop of Aosta
Johann Philipp Jeningen, Jesuit Priest
John (Francisco) Marinoni, Theatine Priest
John (Ivan) of Rila, Bulgarian hermit, Patron of Bulgaria
John “the Good”, Bishop of Milan
John Almond, English Secular Priest, Martyr
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 Beche (a.k.a. Thomas Marshall) Benedictine, Last Abbot of Colthester, Martyr
John Berchmans, Jesuit Novice
John Bosco, Priest and Founder of the Salesians
John Boste, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John Calybite (the Hut-Dewller) of Constantinople, Recluse
John Camillus the Good (“Bonus”), Bishop of Milan
John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople and Father of the Church
John Climacus, Confessor
John de Brebeuf, Jesuit Priest, North American Martyr
John de la Lande, Layman, North American Martyr
John de Massias, Dominican Confessor, Missionary to Lima
John Duns Scotus, Franciscan Priest, Theologian, the “Subtle Doctor”
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 Gualbert, Abbot
John Henry Newman
John Henry Newman, English Cardinal (book, report card, letter and envelope)
John Houghton, Prior of the London Carthusians (Charterhouse), Martyr
John I, Pope
John I, Pope
John Juvenal Ancina, Oratorian Bishop of Solazzo, Composer
John Kanti (Cantius), Priest
John Lantruna of Triora, Franciscan Priest, Martyred in China
John Licci, Sicilian Dominican Priest
John Lloyd, Secular Priest, Last Welsh Martyr
John Maximovitch, Russian Orthodox Archbishop of San Francisco
John Nepomucene, Priest, Vicar General of Prague, Martyr
John Neumann, Bishop of Philadelphia
John of Baculo
John of Beverly, bishop of Hexham, Archbishop of York
John of Bridlington, Augustinian Prior of Bridlington Priory in England
John of Capistrano, Franciscan Priest
John of Damascus, Monk and Father of the Church
John of God, Founder of the Brothers Hospitallers
John of Gorze, Benedictine Abbot
John of Kronstadt, Russian Orthodox Priest, Famous Preacher and Wonderworker
John of Lycopolis, Egyptian Hermit
John of Matera, Benedictine Monk
John of Matha, Priest, Founder of the Trinitarian Order
John of Prado, Franciscan Missionary, Martyred in Morocco
John of Rome, Martyr
John of the Cross, Carmelite Priest, Mystic, and Doctor of the Church
John Ogilvie, Scottish Jesuit Priest, Martyr
John Paul II, Pope (Bible, photo, book)
John Payne, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John Rigby, English Layman, Martyr
John Soan de Goto, Martyr of Nagasaki
John Sordi, Bishop of Mantua
John Southworth, English Secular Priest, Martyr
John the Baptist
John the Dwarf, Abbot of Skete, Egypt
John the Isaurian, Byzantine Monk, Disciple of Gregory Decapoliti, Iconodule
John the Silent, Monk and Bishop
John Theophane Venard, Priest of the Society of Foreign Missions, Martyred in Vietnam
John V “The Almoner”, Chalcedonian Patriarch of Alexandria
John Vianney (Cure’of Ars) Priest, Patron of Parish Priests
John XXIII, Pope two post cards)
John, Apostle and Evangelist
John, Bishop of Berverly
John, Bishop of Naples
John, Bishop of Syracuse
Jolanta (Helen) Queen of Poland, Nun
Jolus of Sellano, Hermit and Confessor
Jonah Barachisius (Bar-Jesus), Monk, Martyred by King Shapur II of Persia
Jonah, Metropolitan of Kiev, Patriarch of Moscow
Jonatus, Abbot of Marchiennes, Belgium
Jordan (Giordano) of Saxony, Dominican, Second Superior General of the Order
Josaphat Kuncewicz, Archbishop of Polotsk and Martyr for Christian Unity
Josaphata Michaelina Hordashevska, Ukrainian foundress of the Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate
Jose Isabel Flores Varela, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Jose Luciano Ezequiel Huerta Gutierrez, Mexican Layman, Father of 10, Cristero Martyr
Jose Maria Escriva Belguer, Priest, Founder of Opus Dei
Jose Maria Robles Hurtado, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Jose Olalla Valdes, Cuban Brother, Hospitaller of St. John of God
Jose Sanchez del Rio, Boy Martyr of the Mexican Cristero Persecution
Jose Trinidad Rangel Montano, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Joseph Allamano, Priest, Diocese of Turin, Founder of the Consolata Missionaries
Joseph Bartholomew Menochio, Augustinian Archbishop
Joseph Benedict Cottolengo, Priest, Founder of the Little House of Divine Providence
Joseph Cafasso, Priest, Reformer in Turin
Joseph Calsanctius, Priest, Founder of the Clerks Regular of Religious Schools, Piarists
Joseph Mercier, Cardinal Désiré, Archbishop of Michelin
Joseph Moscati, Neapolitan Physician
Joseph of Arimathea
Joseph of Cupertino, Capuchin Priest
Joseph of Leonessa, Capuchin Priest
Joseph Oriol, Spanish Priest
Joseph Pignatelli, Restorer of the Society of Jesus
Joseph the Hymnogropher, Basilian Priest, Hymn Writer, Martyr
Joseph Tshang-ta-Pong, Chinese Catechist and Martyr
Joseph Volotsky, Russian monk
Joseph, Bishop of Thessalonica
Joseph, Spouse of Our Lady, (Part of Cloak)
Josephine Bakhita, Daughter of Charity of Canossa
Josephine Leroux, Ursuline Nun, guillotined with 10 other Ursulines in 1794
Joventius, Bishop
Jovita of Brescia, Martyr
Juan de Ribera, Archbishop of Valencia
Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin, who saw Our Lady of Guadalupe
Juan Grande Roman, Brother Hospitaller of St. John of God
Juan of Ortega, Founder of the Spanish monastery bearing his name
Jucunda, Martyr
Jucundia, Martyr
Jucundianus, Martyr
Jucundina, Martyr
Jucundus, Martyr
Judas Cyriacus, 15th and last Bishop of old Jerusalem, Martyr
Jude Thaddeus the Apostle
Judicael (Judhael, Giguel), King of Armorica (Brittany), Monk at St. Méel
Julia of Carthage, Virgin and Martyr
Julia of Corsica, Virgin and Martyr
Julia of Merida, Martyr
Julian of Brioude, Martyr
Julian of Brivet, Martyr
Julian of Norwich, English Mystic
Julian, Archbishop of Toledo, First Primate of Spain and Portugal (Iberian Peninsula)
Julian, Bishop of Cuenca
Julian, Martyr
Julian, Martyr
Juliana de Florencia, Widow
Juliana Falconieri, Servite Nun
Juliana of Lazarevo
Juliana of Liège, Augustinian Nun, established the feast of Corpus Christi
Juliana of Nicomedia, Virgin and Martyr
Juliana of Rome, Virgin and Martyr
Juliano Alfredo (Vilfredo Fernandez Zapico), Christian Brother, Martyr of Turon
Julien Maunoir, French Jesuit Priest, Apostle to Brittany
Julio Alvarez Mendoza, Priest, Cristero Martyr
Julitta (Julieta) of Tarsus, Martyr
Julius I, Pope
Julius of Caerleon, Romano-British Soldier, Welsh Martyr
Julius of Rome, Senator and Martyr
Julius, Martyred at Gelduba in Thrace
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)
Junilla, Martyred in Cappadocia, Venerated at Langres
Junipero Serra, Franciscan Priest, Missionary to California
Jurgis Matulaitis-Matulevicius, Bishop of Vilnius
Just de Bretenieres, Missionary and Martyr
Justa of Seville, Virgin and Martyr
Justin, Martyr, Apologist
Justina of Antioch, Martyr
Justina of Padua, Virgin and Martyr
Justinian (Iestin), Breton Hermit Martyred in Wales
Justinian I the Great, Emperor of Byzantium
Justino Orona Madrigal, Mexican Priest, Cristero Martyr
Justinus of Rome, Priest and Martyr
Justinus, Bishop of Chieti
Justinus, Martyr
Justus of Trieste, Soldier and Martyr
Justus, 13 year old martyred with his brother Pastor at Alcala
Justus, Archbishop of Canterbury
Justus, Bishop of Urgel
Juvenal, First Bishop of Narni
Juventius, Bishop of Parma