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Icon of St. Agatha of Sicily - 20th c. - (1AG16)
St. Agatha of Sicily (+251 )
Commemorated on February 5
St. Agatha was the 15-year old daughter of rich and respected Christian parents from the city of Palermo (formerly Panormos) in Sicily. During the...
Icon of St. Agnes of Rome - 20th c. - (1AG15)
St. Agnes of Rome (+c.304)
Commemorated on January 21
St. Agnes is a Virginmartyr who is depicted in sacred art holding a lamb. The name "Agnes" is from the Greek word Αγνή meaning "chaste, pure,...
Icon of St. Aidan of Lindisfarne - 20th c. - (1AI15)
Aidan of Lindisfarne, Enlightener of Northumbria (+651)
Commemorated August 31
Saint Aidan, a steadfast defender of Celtic practices against the imposition of Roman usage, was born in Ireland (then called Scotland) in the...
Icon of St. Amalia of Maubeuge - 20th c. (1AM15)
Icon of St. Ambrose of Milan - (1AM20)
St. Ambrose of Milan (+April 4, 397)
Commemorated December 7
St. Ambrose was born a citizen of Rome in Trier, Germany, between 337 and 340 into a Christian family. e was educated in Rome a for a career following that...
Icon of St. Ansgar of Hamburg - 20th c. - English - (1AN15)
St. Ansgar, Bishop of Hamburg & Bremen (+February 3, 865)
Commemorated February 3 (date of repose)
"Apostle of the North" and "Enlightener of Denmark and Sweden"
Also known as Oscar, Anskar,...
Icon of St. Augustine of Hippo - (1AU20)
St. Augustine of Hippo (+August 28, 430)
Commemorated on June 15
St. Augustine was born in the city of Thagaste in northern Africa. He was raised by his mother, St. Monica (May 4), and he received his education at Carthage...
Icon of St. Augustine of Hippo - 12th c. - (1AU10)
Icon of St. Begga of Landen - 20th c. - (1BR30)
St. Begga of Landen (+December 17, 693)
Commemorated September 6 and December 17
Also Begue, Begge
St. Begga (615-December 17, 693) was the daughter of St. Pepin of Landen and St. Itta (Ida) of Metz and sister of two...
Icon of St. Benedict of Nursia - 20th c. - (1BE07)
St. Benedict of Nursia (+March 21, 543)
Commemorated March 14
St. Benedict was born on March 2, 480 in Umbria, Italy. He was the son of a Roman noble of Nursia.
St. Benedict founded 12...
Icon of St. Benedict of Nursia - 20th c. - (1BE30)
Icon of St. Boniface Enlightener of Germany - (1BF10)
St. Boniface Enlightener of Germany (+June 5, 754 or 755)
Commemorated on June 5
Our father among the saints Boniface the Apostle of the Germans, was born Winfrid (or, Wynfrith)...
Icon of St. Brendan the Voyager - 20th c. - (1BR20)
St. Brendan the Voyager (484-577)
Commemorated May 16
The Navigator, The Voyager, The Anchorite, The Bold
St. Brendan is identified as one of the “Twelve Apostles of Ireland.” He is said to have...
Icon of St. Brigid of Kildare - 20th c. - (1BR10)
St. Brigid of Kildare (February 1, 525)
Commemorated February 1
According to tradition, St. Brigid was born into slavery in Faughart, in modern-day County Louth, Ireland. Her mother, Brocca, was a Christian Pict slave who...
Icon of St. Cecilia of Rome - (1CE10)
For info about her life see this link.
Icon of St. Clement of Rome - (1CL50)
St. Clement of Rome (+101)
Commemorated November 24
St. Clement was said to have been consecrated by St. Peter, and he was a leading member of the church in Rome in the late 1st century. Early church records place him...
Icon of St. Columba - 20th c. - (1CA20)
St. Columba (+June 9, 597)
Commemorated June 9
St. Columba was an Irish missionary and abbot who spread Christianity in what is today Scotland. He founded the important abbey on Iona, which became a dominant religious...
Icon of St. Cuthbert of Lindisfarne - (1CU10)
St. Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, Wonder-worker of Britain (+687)
Commemorated March 20
The son (born c. 634) of Anglo-Saxon Christian parents living in the north of England, Cuthbert experienced a miraculous occurrence...
Icon of St. David of Wales - 20th c. - (1DA15)
St. David of Wales (+March 1, 589)
Commemorated March 1
St. David was a Welsh bishop during the 6thcentury. He was a native of Wales and was traditionally believed to be the son of St. Non and the grandson of a king of...
Icon of St. Dymphna (Daphne) - 20th c. - English - (1DY10)
St. Dymphna the Virgin-martyr & Wonderworker of Gheel (+650)
Commemorated May 15
According to tradition, St. Dymphna was the daughter of a pagan (possibly Irish) king named Damon and an unnamed Christian...
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