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Icon of Saint Sebastian of Rome (1SB15)
Icon of St. Ansgar of Hamburg - 20th c. - English - (1AN15)
Oscar, Anskar, Anschar
Icon of St. Augustine of Hippo - 12th c. - (1AU10)
Icon of St. Begga of Landen - 20th c. - (1BR30)
Celebrated December 17th: St. Begga was the daughter of St. Pepin of Landen and St. Ida and sister of two other saints. She married Angisilus (Ansegis), son of St. Arnold of Metz. After her husband's death St. Begga founded...
Icon of St. Benedict of Nursia - 20th c. - (1BE07)
Obsculta, o fili, præcepta magistri, et inclina aurem cordis tui.
'Listen, O Son to the teaching of the Master and bend the ear of your heart'.
Icon of St. Benedict of Nursia - 20th c. - (1BE30)
"He who labors as he prays, lifts his heart to God with his hands."
Icon of St. Brendan the Voyager - 20th c. - (1BR20)
Brendan the Navigator
Icon of St. Brigid of Kildare - 20th c. - (1BR10)
"To satisfy the poor, to expel every hardship, to spare every miserable man."
Also spelled: Bridgid, Bridgit, Brigit.
Icon of St. Columba - 20th c. - (1CA20)
Icon of St. Genevieve of Paris - (1GA20)
Icon of St. Irenaios of Lyons - 20th c. - (1IR10)
Icon of St. Justin Martyr the Philosopher - 20th c. - (1JU10)
Icon of St. Kessog of Lennox - (1KE11)
St. Kessog was born in Cashel in Tipperary in Ireland, even as a child he is said to have worked miracles. He became a missionary and preached in Scotland, where he became a bishop. According to one tradition he was martyred...
Icon of St. Kevin of Glendalough - (1KE09)
Icon of St. Lucia of Syracuse - (1LU40)
Lucy, Lucia, Lukia
Icon of St. Melangell of Wales - 20th c. - (1ML10)
St. Melangell the Abbess of Wales (+641) - Commemorated May 27 / January 31
Saint Melangell was born of royal Welsh lineage and was thus expected to marry. Yearning for the life of prayer and solitude, Melangell...
Icon of St. Patrick of Ireland - 20th. c - (1PA50)
Icon of St. Patrick, Enlightener of Ireland - 20th. c - (1PA60)
Icon of St. Walburga of Germany - (1WE15)
Icon of St. Wenceslaus the Martyr - (1WE10)
Saint Wenceslaus I (Svatý Václav), Duke of Bohemia (907–935)
Alternative spellings: Vatslav or, Vyacheslav
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