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Icon of St. Lucia of Syracuse - (1LU40)
St. Lucia the Virgin-martyr of Syracuse (+304)
Commemorated December 13
According to tradition, St. Lucy (also spelled Lucy, Lucia, Lukia) was born of rich and noble parents. Her mother’s name, Eutychia,...
Icon of St. Martin of Tours (bust) - (1MA16)
St. Martin of Tours (+November 8, 397)
Commemorated November 12
St. Martin was Bishop of Tours, whose shrine in France became a famous stopping-point for pilgrims on the road to Spain. He was born in what is now...
Icon of St. Martin of Tours - 20th c. (1MA15)
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. Mella of Leitrim - (1MA35)
St. Mella, Abbess of Doire-Melle in Leitrim, Ireland. (+780)
Commemorated April 25
Our holy mother St. Mella lived in the eighth century in the northern parts of what is now known as western Ireland in the...
Icon of St. Oliver of Ancona - 20th c. - (1OL10)
St. Oliver of Ancona (+1050)
Commemorated February 3
St. Oliver (also known as Oliverius of Portonuovo) was a Benedictine monk from a community south of Ancona on the Italian Adriatic Coast. It is...
Icon of St. Oswald of Northumbria - 20th c. - (1OS10)
St. Oswald of Northumbria (+August 5, 641/642)
Commemorated August 5
St. Oswald was king of Northumbria (Northern England) from 633 or 634 until his death. He married Cyneburh, the daughter of...
Icon of St. Patrick of Ireland - 20th. c - (1PA50)
St. Patrick the Wonderworker, Apostle & Enlightener of Ireland (+March 17, 460)
Commemorated March 17
St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain. The date of his birth cannot be fixed. Calpurnius, his...
Icon of St. Patrick, Enlightener of Ireland - 20th. c - (1PA60)
Icon of St. Richard of Wessex - 20th c. - (1RI10)
St. Richard, King of Wessex (+722)
Commemorated February 7
St. Richard and his holy, royal family are outstanding examples among the Anglo Saxons for the way in which kings and their families have worked in the...
Icon of St. Robert of Salzburg - 20th c. - 1RS24
Saint Robert or Rupert was a tireless missionary and bishop of the German lands and lived from 660-710 A.D. He converted many of the pagan tribes, built up churches and monasteries/convents and was a major force in growing...
Icon of St. Sebastian of Rome (1SB15)
St. Sebastian of Rome (+288)
Commemorated on December 18
St. Sebastian was born in the city of Narbonum in Gaul (modern France), and he received his education at Mediolanum (now Milan). Under emperors Diocletian and...
Icon of St. Valentine of Rome - (1VA20)
Saint Valentine a Presbyter in Rome, drew the ire of Emperor Claudius by ignoring the imperial ban against allowing men who had not fulfilled their military obligations to the Empire to marry. Remaining loyal to his...
Icon of St. Verena of Zurzach - 20th. c - (1VR10)
St. Verena of Zurzach (+350)
Commemorated September 14
St. Verena was brought up in the 3rd century in the Thebain region of Upper Egypt in a noble Christian family in the village of...
Icon of St. Vincent of Lerins - 20th c. - (1VI15)
St. Vincent of Lerins (+456)
Commemorated on May 24
St. Vincent was born in the late fourth century in Toulouse in Gaul. He initially served in the military, but later become a monk at the...
Icon of St. Walburga of Germany - (1WE15)
St. Walburga of Germany (+February 25, 777 or 779)
Commemorated May 1
St. Walburga was born into an aristocratic family in the county of Devonshire, England. Her father, St. Richard the Pilgrim, was one of the...
Icon of St. Wenceslaus the Martyr - (1WE10)
St. Wenceslaus, the Duke and Martyr of Bohemia, the Prince of the Czechs (+September 28, 935)
Commemorated on September 28
St. Wenceslaus was a grandson of the Holy Martyr and Princess St. Ludmilla (September 16), and...
Icon of St. Willibrord of Utrecht - (1WE12)
St. Williborod, Bishop of Utrecht, Apostle to the Frisians (+November 7, 739)
Commemorated November 7
St. Willibrord’s father, Wilgils or Hilgis, was a Sanon of Northumbria. Newly converted to Christianity,...
Icon of St. Winifred - (1WN10)
St. Winifred (+November 3, 660)
Commemorated November 3
St. Winifred, whose name in her own language was Gwenfrewi, was born in North Wales in the early seventh century, when Christendom was still whole, and many great...
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