List of Catholic saints


This is an incomplete list of people and angels whom the Catholic Church has canonized as saints. According to Catholic theology, all saints enjoy the beatific vision; it is impossible therefore for any list to enumerate them all. Many of the saints listed here are to be found in the General Roman Calendar, while others may also be found in the Roman Martyrology[1]; still others are particular to local places and their recognition does not extend to the larger worldwide church.

Candidates go through the following four steps on the way to being declared saints.[2][3]

Catholics by stage of sainthood
candidates proclaimed
Servants of God Venerated Catholics Beatified people Saints
by nationality by nationality by nationality by nationality
by religious order by religious order by religious order by religious order
proclaimed by local bishop by pope proclaimer by pope proclaimer by pope proclaimer
popes popes popes popes

Saints acknowledged by the Eastern Orthodox and other churches are listed in Category:Christian saints by century and/or Category:Christian saints by nationality.

Catholic saintsEdit

Saint Date of birth Date of death Date of canonization Notes
Aaron of Aleth[4] unknown after 552[5] Hermit[5]
Abadiu of Antinoe 300s 300s Bishop of Antinoe
Abamun of Tarnut 300s 372 Martyr
Abanoub 300s 300s Coptic child martyr.[6]
Abbo of Fleury[7] 945 13 November 1004[8] Assisted Archbishop of Oswald[7]
Abdon 100s c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Abercius of Hieropolis[9][10] unknown c. 167 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Abra of Poitiers 12 December 339 c. 360
Abraham Kidunaia unknown c. 360
Abraham of Rostov 900s 1045-1074
Abraham of Smolensk 1150 or 1172 c. 1222 1549 by Pope Paul III[11]
Abrosima 200s 341
Absadah 200s c. 300
Abudimus 200s 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Abundius 400s 469
Acepsimas of Hnaita unknown 10 October 376
Achilleus 0's c. 100 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Achilleus Kewanuka[12] 1869 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI[13] One of the Uganda Martyrs[13][14]
Achillius of Larissa 200s 330
Adalard of Corbie 751 2 January 827 1026 by Pope John XIX[15]
Adalbert of Prague[16] 956[17] 23 April 997[17] 3 February 999 by Pope Sylvester II[18] His skull is preserved and kept in the St. Vitus cathedral[19]
Adalgott II of Disentis[20] 1100s 1165 Bishop of Chur[20]
Adamo Abate c. 990 May 3, 1060–1070 Professed religious of the Benedictines
Adelaide of Italy 931 16 December 999 1097 by Pope Urban II[21] married layperson of the Archdiocese of Burgundy, queen of Italy and Burgundy, empress
Adelaide, Abbess of Vilich c. 970 5 February 1015 professed religious of the Benedictine nuns
Adolf of Osnabrück c. 1185 30 June 1222 or 1224 1625 by Pope Urban VIII
Adolphus Ludigo-Mkasa[22] c. 1861 3 June 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[13][14]
Adomnán c. 624 704
Adrian van Hilvarenbeek 1528 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Aedesius of Alexandria 200s 8 April 306 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ælfheah of Canterbury c. 953 19 April 1012 1078 by Pope Gregory VII Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishop of Winchester
Afra 291 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1] virgin, martyr
Agapitus unknown 6 August 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Agatha of Sicily c. 231 c. 251 found in Roman Martyrology[1] martyr; patron saint of breast cancer patients, martyrs, wet nurses, bell-founders, bakers, fire, earthquakes, and eruptions of Mount Etna
Agathangelus of Rome 200s c. 312
Agathius 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Agathopodes unknown 150 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Agnes of Bohemia 20 June 1211 2 March 1282 12 November 1989 by Pope John Paul II[25]
Agnes of Montepulciano[26] 28 January 1268 20 April 1317 10 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
Agnes of Rome unknown 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1] virgin, martyr
Agostina Livia Pietrantoni[27] 27 March 1864[28] 13 November 1894[28] 18 April 1999 by Pope John Paul II[29] She was killed by a patient she was taking care of[29]
Agostino Roscelli[30] 27 July 1818 7 May 1902 10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II[31]
Agricius of Trier c. 260 329, 333 or 335
Agricola 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Agustín Caloca Cortés[20] 5 May 1898 25 May 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[20] one of the Saints of the Cristero War[32]
Ailbe of Emly 400s 528
Alban unknown 22 June 209, 251, or 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Alban Roe 20 July 1583 21 January 1642 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Alberic of Cîteaux 1000s 26 January 1109
Albert Chmielowski[35] 20 August 1845 25 December 1916 12 November 1989 by Pope John Paul II[36]
Albert of Louvain[37] c. 1166[37] 24 November 1192[37][38] 9 August 1613 by Pope Paul V Murdered by three German knights shortly after becoming Bishop of Liège and regarded as a martyr afterwards.[20][39]
Albert of Trapani c. 1240 7 August 1307 31 May 1476 by Pope Sixtus IV
Albert of Vercelli 1100s 14 September 1214 also known as Albert of Jerusalem
Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga[40] 22 January 1901 18 August 1952 23 October 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI[41]
Albertus Magnus[42] before 1200 15 November 1280 16 December 1931 by Pope Pius XI[42]
Alexander 100s 177 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Alexander Briant 17 August 1556 1 December 1581 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Alexander of Constantinople 237–245 337 found in Roman Martyrology[1] archbishop of Constantinople
Alexander of Jerusalem 100s 251 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Alexander Sauli[43][44] 15 February 1534 11 October 1592 11 December 1904 by Pope Pius X[45][43]
Alexis Falconieri 1200s 17 February 1310 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Alexius of Rome 300s 400s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Alfonso Maria Fusco 23 March 1839 6 February 1910 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49]
Alfonso Rodríguez Olmedo [es] 10 March 1598 15 November 1628 16 May 1988 by Pope John Paul II[50]
Alonso de Orozco Mena[51] 17 October 1500 19 September 1591 19 May 2002 by Pope John Paul II[52][53]
Aloysius Gonzaga 9 March 1568 21 June 1591 31 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
Alphonsa[54] 19 August 1910 28 July 1946 12 October 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI[55][56] She was the first woman of Indian origin to be canonised as a saint by the Catholic Church[57]
Alphonsus Liguori[58] 27 September 1696 1 August 1787 26 May 1839 by Pope Gregory XVI[59][60] Doctor of Church[59]
Alphonsus Rodriguez July 25, 1532 October 31, 1617 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII
Alypius of Thagaste 400s 500s 1584 by Pope Gregory XIII
Amandus 584 679 1584 by Pope Gregory XIII
Amantius of Como 300s 8 April 448
Amato Ronconi[61] 1225 8 May 1292 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis[62]
Amatus unknown 627 3 December 1049 by Pope Leo IX
Ambrose c. 340 4 April 397 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ambrose Barlow[63] 1585[64] 10 September 1641 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[65] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Ambrosio Kibuuka 1868 3 June 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Ampelus 200s 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Amphibalus 200s 25 June 304
Amun 200s 300s
Anastasia 0's 68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasia of Sirmium 200s 25 December 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius of Antioch 200s 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius of Pavia 600s 680 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius of Persia 500s 22 January 628 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius of Suppentonia 500s 570 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius Sinaita 600s 700s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anastasius the Fuller 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anatoli Kiriggwajjo [sw][12] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Anatolia 200s 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anatolius of Laodicea 200s 3 July 283[66] found in Roman Martyrology[1] Invented the very first Metonic 19-year lunar cycle[67] in the 270s[68]
André Bessette[69][70] 9 August 1845 6 January 1937 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[71][72][73]
André-Hubert Fournet 6 December 1752 13 May 1834 4 June 1933 by Pope Pius XI[74] priest of the Diocese of Poitiers; founder of the Sisters of the Cross
Andrew Avellino 1521 10 November 1608 22 May 1712 by Pope Clement XI
Andrew Bobola 1591 16 May 1657 17 April 1938 by Pope Pius XI[75] professed priest of the Jesuits; Martyr
Andrew Corsini 30 November 1302 6 January 1374[76] 22 April 1629 by Pope Urban VIII[77]
Andrew Kaggwa 1856 26 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Andrew the Apostle c. 5 BC 62 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Andrew Wouters 1542 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Andrew Zorard c. 980 c. 1009 July 1083 by Pope Gregory VII
Angela Merici 21 March 1474 27 January 1540 24 May 1807 by Pope Pius VII
Angela of Foligno[78][79] 1248[80] 3 January 1309[80] 9 October 2013 by Pope Francis[81] Her canonization was an “equivalent canonization” (without executing the ordinary judicial process of canonization).[82]
Angela of the Cross[83][84][20][85] 30 January 1846[86] 2 March 1932[87] 4 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[84][88] Founder of the Institute of the Sisters of the Company of the Cross.[86]
Angelus of Jerusalem 1185 5 May 1220 c. 1459 by Pope Pius II
Angilbert 760 18 February 814 1100 by Pope Urban II
Anianus of Alexandria unknown 29 November 83 found in Roman Martyrology[1]l
Aniceto Adolfo [es][89] 4 October 1912 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Anna Schäffer[92] 18 February 1882 5 October 1925 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Anna the Prophetess 1st century BC 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anne c. 50 BC 12 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anne Line c. 1563 27 February 1601 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Annibale Maria di Francia[94] 5 July 1851 1 June 1927 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[95]
Anno II c. 1010 4 December 1075 29 April 1183 by Pope Lucius III
Ansanus c. 285 c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anselm of Canterbury c. 1033 21 April 1109 1163 by Pope Alexander III
Ansgar 8 September 801 3 February 865
Antanansio Bazzekuketta [sw] 1800s 27 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Anthimus of Nicomedia 200s 303, 311, or 312 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anthimus of Rome 200s 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anthony Dainan 1584 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Anthony Maria Zaccaria 1502[96] 5 July 1539[96] 27 May 1897 by Pope Leo XIII
Anthony Mary Claret[97] 23 December 1807[96] 24 October 1870[96] 7 May 1950 by Pope Pius XII[98][99]
Anthony of Antioch 266 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anthony of Hoornaar 1500s 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Anthony of Kiev 15 August 1195 13 June 1231 Cofounder of the Kiev Pechersk Lavra.[100][101]
Anthony of Padua 1 March 1389 2 May 1459 31 May 1523 by Pope Adrian VI
Anthony of St. Ann Galvão[102][103] 1739 23 December 1822[102] 11 May 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI[104] First Brazilian saint.[104] Professed priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor.[105][103]
Anthony of Weert 1523 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Anthony the Great 12 January 251 17 January 356 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Anthony the Hermit c. 468 c. 520
Antia of Illyria unknown c. 138 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Antiochus of Sulcis 0s c. 110 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Antipas of Pergamum unknown 0s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Antoine Daniel[106] 27 May 1601 July 4, 1648 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Antoninus of Florence c. 983 c. 1073 31 May 1532 by Pope Gregory IX[109]
Antoninus of Piacenza 200s 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Antoninus of Rome 100s 186 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Antonio Gonzalez 1593 24 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Antonio Maria Gianelli 12 April 1789[96] 7 June 1846[96] 21 October 1951 by Pope Pius XII[111] bishop of Bobbio; founder of the Daughters of Our Lady of the Garden
Antonio Maria Pucci[112] 16 April 1819[113] 12 January 1892[96] 9 December 1962 by Pope John XXIII[114]
Antonio of Tlaxcala[115] c. 1516 1529 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis[116] one of the Child Martyrs of Tlaxcala
Anysia of Salonika 284 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Aphrahat c. 280 c. 345
Aphrodisius 25 May 7 AD 28 April 65 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1] priest of the Diocese of Béziers, martyr
Apollinaris Claudius 0's 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Apollinaris of Ravenna unknown c.79 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Apollonia 100s 249 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Apollonius the Apologist 100s 21 April 185 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Apphia unknown 68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Aquilinus of Fossombrone unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Arcadius of Mauretania 200s c. 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Arcangelo Tadini[117] 12 December 1846[118] 20 May 1912[118] 26 April 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[119][120]
Archippus unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Aredius c. 510 591
Argeus of Tomi 200s c. 320 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ariadne of Phrygia unknown 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Arnold Janssen[121] 5 November 1837 15 January 1909 5 October 2003 by Pope John Paul II[122]
Arnold of Soissons 1040 1087 6 January 1120 by Pope Callixtus II
Asaph 500s 1 May 596
Aspren 0's 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Asterius of Amasea c. 350 c. 410
Asterius of Petra unknown 365 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Astius 0's 117 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Dyrrachium
Athanasius of Alexandria 296–298 2 May 373 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Atilano Cruz Alvarado[123] 5 October 1901 1 July 1928 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Attilanus 937 1007 1095 by Pope Urban II
Audax 200s 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Augustine of Canterbury[125][126] 500s 26 May 604[127][128] Founder of the English church.[129] First Archbishop of Canterbury[130][131] A stone memorial, the St Augustine's Cross, can still be found in Kent. It is believed to believed to mark the place where St. Augustine met King Ethelbert for the first time.[132]
Augustine of Hippo 13 November 354 28 August 430
Augustine Webster 1400s 4 May 1535 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Augusto Andrés [es][89] 6 May 1910 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Áurea of San Millán 1043 11 March 1070
Auspicius of Trier unknown c. 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Autonomus 200s c. 313
Bacchus unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bademus unknown 10 April 376
Balbina of Rome unknown c. 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Barbara 200s 200s - 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Barnabas unknown 61 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bartholomew degli Amidei [it] 1200s 1266 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Bartholomew of Braga 3 May 1514[133] 16 July 1590[133] 5 July 2019 by Pope Francis[134]
Bartholomew the Apostle 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bartolomea Capitanio 13 January 1807 26 July 1833 18 May 1950 by Pope Pius XII[135] Cofounder of the Sisters of Charity of Saints Bartolomea Capitanio and Vincenzo Gerosa (Sisters of the Holy Child Mary)[135]
Barulas 200s 303
Basil of Amasea unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Basil of Ancyra unknown 28 or 29 June 362 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Basil of Caesarea 329 or 330 1 or 2 January 379 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Basil the Elder unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Basilissa 0's 68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Beatrice of Silva c. 1424 16 August 1492 3 October 1976 by Pope Paul VI[136][137]
Beatrix 200s 302 or 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bede c. 673 26 May 735
Belina unknown 1153 1203 by Pope Innocent III
Bellinus of Padua unknown 26 November 1145 1431-1447 by Pope Eugene IV
Benedetta Cambiagio Frassinello[138] 2 October 1791 21 March 1858 19 May 2002 by Pope John Paul II[53] Founder of the Benedictine Sisters of Providence[138]
Benedict dell’Antella 1200s 20 August 1268 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Benedict Joseph Labre 25 March 1748 16 April 1783 8 December 1881 by Pope Leo XIII[139]
Benedict Menni[140] 11 March 1841 24 April 1914 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[141]
Benedict of Aniane 747 12 February 821
Benedict of Nursia[142] 2 March 480 21 March 547 1220 by Pope Honorius III
Benedict of Szkalka 900s 1012 1083 or 1085 by Pope Gregory VII
Benedict the Moor 1526 4 April 1589 24 May 1807 by Pope Pius VII
Benignus of Todi 200s 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Benildus Romançon 14 June 1805 13 August 1862 29 October 1967 by Pope Paul VI[143]
Benjamín Julián [es][89] 27 October 1908 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Benno c. 1010 16 June 1106 31 May 1523 by Pope Adrian VI[109]
Benvenutus Scotivoli 1200s 22 March 1282 1284 by Pope Martin IV
Berard of Carbio 1100s 16 January 1220 7 August 1481 by Pope Sixtus IV
Bernadette Soubirous 7 January 1844 16 April 1879 8 December 1933 Rome by Pope Pius XI[144]
Bernard degli Uberti c. 1060 4 December 1133 3 December 1139 by Pope Innocent II
Bernard of Clairvaux 1090 20 August 1153 18 January 1174 by Pope Alexander III[145] Reformer of the Cistercian Order
Bernard of Corleone[146] 6 February 1605 12 January 1667 10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II[31]
Bernard of Menthon c. 1020 June 1081 1681 by Pope Innocent XI professed religious of the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine
Bernardino of Siena 8 September 1380 20 May 1444 24 May 1450 by Pope Nicholas V
Bernardino Realino 1 December 1530 2 July 1616 22 June 1947 by Pope Pius XII professed priest of the Jesuits
Bernardo Tolomei[147] 10 May 1272 20 August 1348 26 April 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[120]
Bernat Calbó c. 1180 26 October 1243 26 September 1710 by Pope Clement XI
Bernward of Hildesheim 960 20 November 1022 8 January 1193 by Pope Celestine III
Bertrand of Comminges c.1050 1126 1309 by Pope Clement V
Beuno 500s 21 April 640 also known as Bono
Bibiana 300s 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Birillus unknown 90 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Blaise 200s 316 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Blandina c. 162 177 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Boethius c. 477 524
Bonaventure 1221 15 July 1274 14 April 1482 by Pope Sixtus IV
Bonaventure of Miyako 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Boniface of Brussels 1183 19 February 1260 1702 by Pope Clement XI
Boniface of Tarsus 200s 307 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bonifacia Rodríguez y Castro[148][149] 6 June 1837 8 August 1905 23 October 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI
Bononio 900s 30 August 1026 1026 by Pope John XIX
Boris 986 1015
Bretannio 300s 380 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bridget of Sweden c. 1303 23 July 1373 7 October 1391 by Pope Boniface IX
Brigid of Kildare c. 451 c. 525 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Britta unknown 300s
Britto of Trier 374 386
Bruno of Cologne c. 1030 6 October 1101 17 February 1623 by Pope Gregory XV
Bruno of Querfurt c. 974 14 February 1009 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Bruno of Segni c. 1045 18 July 1123 5 September 1181 by Pope Lucius III
Bruno Sserunkuuma [sw][22] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Buonfiglio Monaldi 1200s 1 January 1261 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Caesarius of Nazianzus c. 331 c. 368 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cainnech of Aghaboe c. 515 600
Cajetan 1 October 1480 7 August 1547 12 April 1671 by Pope Clement X
Calocerus unknown 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Camilla Battista da Varano[150][151] 9 April 1458 31 May 1524 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[72][73]
Camillus de Lellis 25 May 1550 14 July 1614 29 June 1746 by Pope Benedict XIV
Candida Maria of Jesus[152] 31 May 1845 9 August 1912 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[72][73]
Candida the Elder unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Canius 200s 200s
Canute IV of Denmark c. 1042 10 July 1086 19 April 1101 by Pope Paschal II
Canute Lavard 1096 7 January 1131 1169 by Pope Alexander III
Caprasius of Agen 200s 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Carmen Salles y Barangueras[92] 9 April 1848 25 July 1911 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Casimir 3 October 1458 4 March 1484 1521 by Pope Leo X or 1602 by Pope Clement VIII
Cassian of Imola 300s 13 August 363 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Castor of Karden 300s c. 400
Castritian unknown 137 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Milan
Caterina Volpicelli[153] 21 January 1839 28 December 1894 26 April 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[120]
Catherine Labouré 2 May 1806 31 December 1876 27 July 1947 by Pope Pius XII[154]
Catherine of Alexandria c. 287 c. 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Catherine of Bologna 8 September 1413 9 March 1463 22 May 1712 by Pope Clement XI
Catherine of Genoa 1447 1510 16 June 1737 by Pope Clement XII
Catherine of Palma 1 May 1533 5 April 1574 22 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI
Catherine of Ricci 23 April 1522 2 February 1590 29 June 1746 by Pope Benedict XIV
Catherine of Siena[155] 25 March 1347 29 April 1380 29 June 1461 by Pope Pius II
Catherine of Vadstena 2 October 1538 24 March 1381 1484 (cultus confirmed) by Innocent VIII
Cecilia 100s 222–235 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cermanus 200s c. 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cessianus c. 295 303
Charbel 0's 107
Charbel Makhlouf[156] 8 May 1828 24 December 1898 9 October 1977 by Pope Paul VI[157][158]
Charles Borromeo 2 October 1538 3 November 1584 1 November 1610 by Paul V
Charles Garnier[159] 25 May 1606 7 December 1649 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Charles Lwanga 1 January 1860 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI[160] One of the Uganda Martyrs[160][14]
Charles of Mount Argus[161] 11 December 1821 5 January 1893 3 June 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI
Charles of Sezze 19 October 1613 6 January 1670 12 April 1959 by Pope John XXIII professed priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor
Christian of Clogher 1000s 1138
Christina of Bolsena 200s 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Christopher unknown c. 251 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Chrysogonus 200s 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ciarán of Clonmacnoise c. 516 549
Ciarán of Saigir 400s c. 530
Cirilo Bertrán [es][89] 20 March 1888 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[162][90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Clare of Assisi 16 July 1194 11 August 1253 26 September 1255 by Pope Alexander IV
Clare of Montefalco 1268 18 August 1308 8 December 1881 by Pope Leo XIII
Clateus unknown 64 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Claude de la Colombière 2 February 1641 15 February 1682 31 May 1992 by Pope John Paul II[163]
Claudine Thévenet 30 March 1774 3 February 1837 21 March 1993 by Pope John Paul II founder of the Religious of Jesus and Mary
Clelia Barbieri 13 February 1847 13 July 1870 9 April 1989 by Pope John Paul II
Clement Mary Hofbauer 26 December 1751 15 March 1820 20 May 1909 by Pope Pius X professed priest of the Redemptorists
Clement of Ancyra c. 258 312
Clement of Ohrid 830–840 27 July 916
Cleopatra 200s 319 or 327
Clotilde c. 474 545
Colette of Corbie 13 January 1381 6 March 1447 24 May 1807 by Pope Pius VII
Colman mac Duagh 560 29 October 632
Colmán of Cloyne 15 October 522 24 November 600
Columban 540 23 November 615
Concordius of Spoleto 100s c.175 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Conrad of Constance c. 900 26 November 975 1123 by Pope Callixtus II
Conrad of Parzham 22 December 1818 21 April 1894 20 May 1934 by Pope Pius XI[164]
Conrad of Piacenza 1290 19 February 1351 2 June 1625 by Pope Urban VIII
Constantine the Great 27 February c. 272 22 May 337
Constantius of Perugia unknown c. 170 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Corbinian c. 670 8 September c. 730
Corebus unknown 138 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cornelius of Wijk bij Duurstede 1548 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Cosmas 200s c. 287 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cosmas Takeya 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Crescentian 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Crescentinus c. 292 c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Crescentius of Rome c. 292 c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Crispin of Viterbo 13 November 1668 19 May 1750 20 June 1982 by Pope John Paul II professed priest of the Franciscan Capuchins
Cristóbal Magallanes Jara[165] 30 July 1869 25 May 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Cristobal of Tlaxcala c. 1514 1527 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis[116] one of the Child Martyrs of Tlaxcala
Cunigunde of Luxembourg 975 3 March 1040 29 March 1200 by Pope Innocent III empress
Cuthbert Mayne c. 1543 29 November 1577 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Cyprian c. 200 14 September 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cyriacus 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cyriacus of Satala 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cyril 826-827 14 February 869 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cyril of Alexandria c. 376 444 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Cyril of Jerusalem c. 313 386 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dalmatius of Pavia 200s 254 or 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Damian 200s c. 287 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Damien of Molokai[166][167] 3 January 1840[166] 15 April 1889[166] 11 October 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[168] Known for his work with people with leprosy in a settlement on the Kalaupapa Peninsula of Molokaʻi.[169]
Daniel and Companions 10 October 1227 1516 by Pope Leo X
Daniel of Padua unknown 168 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Daniele Comboni[170] 15 March 1831 10 October 1881 5 October 2003 by Pope John Paul II[122]
Darerca of Ireland 300s 400s
Darius unknown early 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dathus 100s 190 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Ravenna
David c. 500 1 March 589
David Galván Bermúdez.[171] 29 January 1881[172] 30 January 1915 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
David Lewis 1616 27 August 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
David of Munktorp 1000s 1082
David Roldán Lara[173] 2 March 1907 15 August 1926 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
David the Dendrite c. 450 540
David Uribe Velasco [es][174] 29 December 1889 12 April 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Demetrius of Thessaloniki 280 305 or 306 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Denis 200s 250, 258, or 270 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Paris
Denis Ssebuggwawo Wasswa 1870 25 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Deodat of Rodez [de] c. 1340 14 November 1391 21 June 1970 by Pope Paul VI[175] Companion of Nicholas Tavelic
Deodatus of Nevers unknown 679 3 December 1049 by Pope Leo IX
Didacus of Alcalá c. 1400 12 November 1463 1588 by Pope Sixtus V
Didymus of Alexandria 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Diodorus of Tarsus 300s 390
Dionysius of Alexandria unknown 22 March 264 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dionysius of Corinth unknown 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dionysius of Vienne 100s 193 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dionysius the Areopagite 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dismas unknown 30-33 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Domingo Ibáñez de Erquicia c.1589 14 August 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Dominic de Guzmán 8 August 1170 6 August 1221 13 July 1234 by Pope Gregory IX
Dominic de la Calzada 1019 12 May 1109 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dominic of Silos 1000 20 December 1073
Dominic Savio[176] 2 April 1842 9 March 1857 12 June 1954 by Pope Pius XII
Donatus of Euroea 300s 387 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Donatus of Fossombrone unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Dorothea of Alexandria unknown c. 320
Dorothea of Caesarea 279–290 c. 311
Dorothea of Montau 6 February 1347 25 June 1394 1976 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Paul VI
Dubricius c. 465 550
Edith Stein[177] 12 October 1891 9 August 1942 11 October 1998 by Pope John Paul II also known as Teresa Benedicta of the Cross
Edmund Arrowsmith, S.J. 1585 28 August 1628 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Edmund Campion 24 January 1540 1 December 1581 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Edmund Gennings 1567 10 December 1591 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Edmund of Abingdon 20 November c. 1175 16 November 1240 16 December 1246 by Pope Innocent IV
Edward the Confessor c. 1003–1005 5 January 1066 7 February 1161 by Pope Alexander III
Edward the Martyr c. 962 18 March 978 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Egidio Maria of Saint Joseph 16 November 1729 7 February 1812 2 June 1996 by Pope John Paul II professed priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)
Eleuchadius 0's 112 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Ravenna
Eleutherius of Illyria c. 100 c. 138 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Elias of Palestine 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Elizabeth Ann Seton 28 August 1774 4 January 1821 14 September 1975 by Pope Paul VI[178] First citizen born in the USA to be declared a saint.[178][179] Widow; Founder of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul in the United States, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul of Halifax, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul of New York, and the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth of New Jersey
Elizabeth Hesselblad 4 June 1870 24 April 1957 5 June 2016 by Pope Francis[180]
Elizabeth of Hungary 7 July 1207 17 November 1231 27 May 1235 by Pope Gregory IX patron saint of the homeless, blessed by St. Francis of Assisi, associated with the Third Order of St. Francis, first saint associated with roses through the miracle of the roses
Elizabeth of Portugal c. 1271 4 July 1336 1625 25 May by Pope Urban VIII
Elizabeth of the Trinity 18 July 1880 9 November 1906 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis
Elzéar of Sabran 1285 27 September 1323 1369 by Pope Urban V
Emeric of Hungary c. 1006 2 September 1031 5 November 1083 by Pope Gregory VII
Émilie de Rodat 6 September 1787 19 September 1852 23 April 1950 by Pope Pius XII founder of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Villefranche
Émilie de Villeneuve 9 March 1811 2 October 1854 17 May 2015 by Pope Francis
Emily de Vialar 12 September 1797 24 August 1856 24 June 1951 by Pope Pius XII
Emma of Lesum 1000s 3 December 1038
Emygdius 279 309
Enrique de Ossó i Cervelló 16 October 1840 27 January 1896 16 June 1993 by Pope John Paul II
Ephrem the Syrian c. 306 9 June 373 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Epimachus unknown c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Epiphanius of Salamis 310–320 403
Erhard of Regensburg unknown 600s 8 October 1052 by Pope Leo IX
Eric IX of Sweden c. 1120-25 18 May 1160 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Erlembald 1000s 15 April 1075
Eucherius of Lyon c. 380 c. 449
Eudokia of Heliopolis 0's 107 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Eugendus c. 449 1 January 510 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Eugène de Mazenod 1 August 1782 21 May 1861 3 December 1995 by Pope John Paul II
Eulalia of Mérida c. 290 10 December 304
Euphemia 200s 303
Euphrasia Eluvathingal[181] 17 October 1877[182] 29 August 1952 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis[62]
Euphrosyne of Alexandria unknown 400's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Eusebius of Vercelli c. 2 March 283 1 August 371 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Eustace 0's 118 found in Roman Martyrology[1] martyr and soldier
Eustace White 1559 10 December 1591 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Eustathius of Antioch 200s c. 360 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Eustochia Smeralda Calafato 25 March 1434 20 January 1485 11 June 1988 by Pope John Paul II[183]
Evellius unknown 66 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Evodius unknown c. 66 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Exuperius unknown 127 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ezequiél Moreno y Díaz 9 April 1848 19 August 1906 11 October 1992 by Pope John Paul II[184]
Fabiola 300s 27 December 399
Fabius 200s 303 or 304
Faustina Kowalska[185] 25 August 1905 5 October 1938 30 April 2000 by Pope John Paul II[186]
Faustinus unknown 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Faustinus of Rome 200s 302 or 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Faustus of Milan 100s 190 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Felicissimus unknown 6 August 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Felicitas of Rome c. 101 c. 165 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Felicity 100s 7 March 203 found in Roman Martyrology[1] See also Passion of Saint Perpetua, Saint Felicitas, and their Companions
Felicula 0's 90 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Felix 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Felix of Cantalice 18 May 1515 18 May 1587 22 May 1712 by Pope Clement XI
Felix of Nicosia[187] 5 November 1715 31 May 1787 23 October 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI[41] professed religious of the Franciscan Capuchins
Felix of Valois 16 April 1127 4 November 1212 1 May 1262 by Pope Urban IV
Ferdinand III of Castile 1199 or 1201 30 May 1252 1671 by Pope Clement X
Fidelis of Sigmaringen 1577 24 April 1622 29 June 1746 by Pope Benedict XIV
Filippo Smaldone[188] 27 July 1848 4 June 1923 15 October 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI
Finbarr of Cork 550 623
Finnian of Clonard 470 12 December 549
Fintán of Taghmon unknown 635 bishop and hermit
Firmina unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Firminus of Satala 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Firmus of Satala 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Flavia Domitilla 0's c. 96 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Flavius Latinus of Brescia 0's 115 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Florentius of Vienne unknown c. 377 found in Roman Martyrology[1] Bishop of Vienne
Florian 250 c. 304
Fortunatus of Naples unknown 300s
Fortunatus of Spoleto 300s c. 400 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Franca Visalta 1170 1218 September 1273 by Pope Gregory X
Frances of Rome 1384 9 March 1440 9 May 1608 by Pope Paul V married layperson of the Vicariate of Rome
Frances Xavier Cabrini 15 July 1850[189] 22 December 1917[189] 7 July 1946 by Pope Pius XII[190] First U.S. citizen to be canonized[191] See also Elizabeth Ann Seton the first born U.S. citizen to be canonized.[178][179]
Francesco Maria da Camporosso 27 December 1804 17 September 1866 9 December 1962 by Pope John XXIII
Francesco Spinelli 14 April 1853 6 February 1913 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Francis Borgia 28 October 1510 30 September 1572 20 June 1670 by Pope Clement X
Francis Caracciolo 13 October 1563 4 June 1608 24 May 1807 by Pope Pius VII
Francis de Geronimo[193] 17 December 1642[193] 11 May 1716[193] 26 May 1839 by Pope Gregory XVI[193]
Francis de Sales 21 August 1567 28 December 1622 8 April 1665 by Pope Alexander VII
Francis Fasani 6 August 1681 29 November 1742 13 April 1986 by Pope John Paul II professed priest of the Franciscan Conventuals
Francis Kichi [jp] 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Francis of Assisi 1181 or 1182 3 October 1226 16 July 1228 by Pope Gregory IX Italian Roman Catholic friar and preacher
Francis of Nagasaki [fi] 1548 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Francis of Paola 27 March 1416 2 April 1507 1 May 1519 by Pope Leo X
Francis of Roye 1549 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Francis of Saint Michael c. 1544 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Francis Shoyemon [pl] 1500s or 1600s 14 August 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Francis Solanus 10 March 1549 14 July 1610 27 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
Francis Xavier 7 April 1506 2 December 1552 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV
Francis Xavier Bianchi 2 December 1743 31 January 1815 21 October 1951 by Pope Pius XII professed priest of the Barnabites
Francisco Blanco c. 1570 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Francisco Coll Guitart[194] 18 May 1812 2 April 1875 11 October 2009 Pope Benedict XVI[168]
Francisco Marto 11 June 1908 4 April 1919 13 May 2017 by Pope Francis
François de Laval 30 April 1623 6 May 1708 3 April 2014 by Pope Francis Canonized by equivalent canonization, first Bishop of Quebec.[195] Professed priest of the Paris Foreign Mission Society.
Fridolin of Säckingen 500s 600s
Frumentius 300s c. 383 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Fulgentius of Cartagena 500s c. 630
Fulgentius of Ruspe c. 465 1 January 527 or 533 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Fursey c. 597 650
Gabriel de Duisco c. 1578 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Gabriel Lalemant[196] 3 October 1610 17 March 1649 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows 1 March 1838 27 February 1862 13 May 1920 by Pope Benedict XV
Gaetano Catanoso[197] 14 February 1879 4 April 1963 23 October 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI[41]
Gaetano Errico[198] 19 October 1791 29 October 1860 12 October 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI
Galgano Guidotti 1148 3 December 1181 1185 by Pope Lucius III
Gall[199] 550 646
Gamaliel unknown unknown found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gaspar del Bufalo 6 January 1786 28 December 1837 12 June 1954 by Pope Pius XII priest of the Vicariate of Rome; founder of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood
Gaspare Bertoni 9 October 1777 12 June 1853 1 November 1989 by Pope John Paul II priest of the Diocese of Verona; founder of the Congregation of the Holy Stigmata (Stigmatines)
Gaucherius 1060 1140 1194 by Pope Clement III
Gaudentius of Rimini unknown 14 October 360 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gaudiosus of Tarazona 400s c. 540
Gebhard of Constance 949 995
Gelasius of Fossombrone unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Geltrude Comensoli[200] 18 January 1847 18 February 1903 26 April 2009 by Benedict XVI[120]
Geminianus 300s 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Modena
Geminus of Fossombrone unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gemma Galgani 12 March 1878 11 April 1903 2 May 1940 by Pope Pius XII
Genesius of Arles[199] 200s 303 or 308
Genevieve[199] 419-422 502-512 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Genoveva Torres Morales[201] 3 January 1870 5 January 1956 4 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[124]
George 200s 23 April 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
George Preca[202] 12 February 1880 26 July 1962 3 June 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI
Gerald of Sauve-Majeure 1025 1095 27 April 1197 by Pope Celestine III
Gerard Majella 6 April 1726 16 October 1755 11 December 1904 by Pope Pius X
Gerard of Csanád 23 April 977/1000 29 August 1046 1083 by Pope Gregory VII
Gerard of Potenza unknown 30 October 1119 1119 by Pope Callixtus II
Gerard of Toul 935 23 April 994 21 October 1050 by Pope Leo IX
Germaine Cousin 1579 1601 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Germanicus of Smyrna 100s 155 found in Roman Martyrology[1] martyr
Gerolamo Emiliani 1486 8 February 1537 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
Gertrude of Nivelles[111] c. 628 17 March 659 1677 (informally) by Pope Clement XII
Gertrude the Great 6 January 1256 c. 1302 1677 (equipollent) by Pope Clement XII
Getulius unknown 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gherardino Sostegni 1200s 1200s 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Gianna Beretta Molla[203] 4 October 1922 28 April 1962 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[95][204]
Gilbert of Sempringham[111] c. 1085 4 February 1189 or 1190 1202 by Pope Innocent III
Giordano Ansaloni 1 November 1598 17 November 1634 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] one of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Giovanni Antonio Farina[205] 11 January 1803 4 March 1888 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis[62]
Giovanni Battista de' Rossi 22 February 1698 23 May 1764 8 December 1881 by Pope Leo XIII
Giovanni Battista Piamarta[92] 26 November 1841 25 April 1913 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Giovanni Calabria 8 October 1873[206] 4 December 1954[207] 18 April 1999 by Pope John Paul II[29]
Giovanni Leonardi 1541 9 October 1609 17 April 1938 by Pope Pius XI priest and founder of the Clerics Regular of the Mother of God
Giuditta Vannini 7 July 1859 23 February 1911[208] 13 October 2019 by Pope Francis[209]
Giulia Salzano[210] 13 October 1846 17 May 1929 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[72][73]
Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo 3 May 1786 30 April 1842 19 March 1934 by Pope Pius XI[211][212] Founder of the little House of Divine Providence.[213] Priest of the Archdiocese of Turin; founder of the Sisters of Saint Joseph Benedict Cottolengo, the Brothers of Saint Joseph Benedict Cottolengo and the Society of Priests of Saint Joseph Benedict Cottolengo
Giuseppe Maria Tomasi 12 September 1649 1 January 1713 12 October 1986 by Pope John Paul II professed priest of the Theatines; cardinal
Giuseppe Moscati 25 July 1880 12 April 1927 25 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II
Giustino de Jacobis 9 October 1800 31 July 1860 26 October 1975 by Pope Paul VI[214]
Gleb 987 1015
Glyceria 100s 177 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gobnait 400s to 500s 400s to 500s
Godelieve of Gistel c. 1049 6 July 1070 1084 by Pope Urban II[215]
Godfried of Mervel [fr] 1512 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Godfried van Duynen 1502 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Gonsalo Garcia 6 February 1557 5 February 1597[216] 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX[217] First Indian to become a saint[218]One of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Gonzaga Gonza [sw] 1800s 27 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Gordianus unknown 362 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gordius of Caesarea 200s c. 310 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gorgonia 300s 23 February 375 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gotthard of Hildesheim 960 4 May 1038 1131 by Pope Innocent II
Greca 12 October 284 21 January 304
Gregorio Barbarigo 16 September 1625 18 June 1697 26 May 1960 by Pope John XXIII Bishop of Padua; cardinal
Gregory of Langres c. 446 539 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gregory of Narek 945-951 1003-1011 12 April 2015 by Pope Francis
Gregory of Nazianzus 329 25 January 390 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gregory of Nyssa c. 335 c. 395 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Gregory Thaumaturgus c. 213 c. 270 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Guarinus of Palestrina c. 1080 6 February 1158 1159 by Pope Alexander III
Guido Maria Conforti 30 March 1865 5 November 1931 23 October 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI
Guillaume Courtet c. 1590 29 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Gummarus[219] c. 717 774 Saint of the Belgian town Lier[220]
Gyavira Musoke [sw] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI[13] one of the Uganda Martyrs[13][14]
Héctor Valdivielso Sáez [es][89] 31 October 1910 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] First Argentine saint.[89] One of the Martyrs of Turon.[91] Known under the name Saint Benito de Jesus.[90]
Hedwig of Silesia 1174 15 October 1243 26 March 1267 by Pope Clement IV
Hegesippus 110 7 April 180 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Helena of Skövde c. 1101 1160 1164 by Pope Alexander III
Heliodorus of Altino 300s c. 390 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hemma of Gurk c. 995 27 June 1045 5 January 1938 by Pope Pius XI
Henry II 6 May 973 13 July 1024 July 1147 by Pope Eugene III emperor of Burgundy and Bavaria
Henry Morse 1595 1 February 1645 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Henry of Uppsala unknown 20 January 1156
Henry Walpole 1558 7 April 1595 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Herculanils 100s 180
Heribert of Cologne c. 970 16 March 1021 c. 1075 by Pope Gregory VII
Hermann Joseph c. 1150 7 April 1241 11 August 1958 by Pope Pius XII
Hermes unknown 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hermias 100s 160 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hermione of Ephesus unknown 117
Hilarion 291 371 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hilary of Poitiers c. 310 c. 367 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hildegard of Bingen 1098 17 September 1179 10 May 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI professed religious of the Benedictine Nuns, Doctor of the Church in 2012
Hippolytus of Rome c. 170 c. 235 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Homobonus 1100s 13 November 1197 12 January 1199 by Pope Innocent III
Honorina 200s c. 303
Hubertus 656–658 30 May 727
Hugh dei Lippi Uggucioni 1200s 3 May 1282 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
Hugh of Châteauneuf 1053 1 April 1132 22 April 1134 by Pope Innocent II
Hugh of Cluny 1024 28 April 1109 6 January 1120 by Pope Callixtus II
Hugh of Lincoln 1135-1140 16 November 1200 17 February 1220 by Pope Honorius III
Humilis of Bisignano[221] 26 August 1582 26 November 1637 19 May 2002 by Pope John Paul II[20][53]
Humility c. 1226 22 May 1310 27 January 1720 by Pope Clement XI
Hyacinth of Caesarea 96 AD 108 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Hyacinth of Poland c. 1185 15 August 1257 17 April 1594 by Pope Clement VIII
Hyacintha Mariscotti 16 March 1585 30 January 1640 14 May 1807 by Pope Pius VII
Hypatius of Gangra 200s c. 325
Ia of Cornwall unknown 450
Ignatius of Antioch c. 50 AD c. 108 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ignatius of Laconi 10 December 1701 11 May 1781 21 October 1951 by Pope Pius XII professed religious of the Franciscan Capuchins
Ignatius of Loyola c. 23 October 1491 31 July 1556 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV
Ignatius of Santhià[222] 5 June 1686 22 September 1770 19 May 2002 by Pope John Paul II[53] professed priest of the Franciscan Capuchins
Ignazia Verzeri[223] 31 July 1801 3 March 1852 10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II[31] founder of the Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Ildefonsus 607 23 January 667
Ingrid of Skänninge 1200s 9 September 1282
Inocencio of Mary Immaculate[89][224] 10 March 1887 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[162][90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Íñigo of Oña unknown 1 June 1057 18 June 1259 by Pope Alexander IV
Irenaeus c. 130 c. 202 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Irene of Rome 200s 288
Irene of Tomar c. 635 c. 653
Irmã Dulce Pontes 26 May 1914[225] 13 March 1992 13 October 2019 by Pope Francis[209] also known as Dulce of the Poor and first Brazilian woman saint[225]
Isaac Jogues[226] 10 January 1607 18 October 1646 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Isaac of Armenia 354 439–441
Isaac of Dalmatia unknown 30 May 383
Isaac of Nineveh c. 613 c. 700
Isidora 300s before 365
Isidore of Seville c. 556 4 April 636 found in Roman Martyrology[1] archbishop of Seville, Doctor of the Church
Isidore the Laborer c. 1070 15 May 1130 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV
István Pongrácz c. 1583 7 September 1619 2 July 1995 by Pope John Paul II
Íte of Killeedy c. 480 15 January 570
Ivo of Chartres 1040 23 December 1115
Ivo of Kermartin 17 October 1253 19 May 1303 June 1347 by Pope Clement VI
Jacinta Marto 11 March 1910 20 February 1920 13 May 2017 by Pope Francis
Jacob of Nisibis 200s 337 or 338
Jacob of Serugh c. 451 29 November 521
Jacobo Kyushei Tomonaga c.1582 17 August 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Jacques Berthieu[92] 27 November 1838 8 June 1896 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Jadwiga of Poland 3 October 1373 - 18 February 1374 17 July 1399 8 June 1997 by Pope John Paul II
Jaime Hilario Barbal 2 January 1898 18 January 1937 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[162]
James Buuzaabalyaawo [sw] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
James Kisai 1533 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX One of the 26 Martyrs of Japan[227]
James Lacobs 1541 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
James of the Marches c. 1391 28 November 1476 10 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
James the Greater c. 3 AD 44 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
James the Just unknown 62 or 69 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
James the Less 1st century BC c. 62 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Jan of Oisterwijk 1504 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Jan Sarkander 20 December 1576 17 March 1620[228] 21 May 1995 by Pope John Paul II[229]
Jane Frances de Chantal 28 January 1572 13 December 1641 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
Januarius 200s c. 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Benevento
Jean de Brébeuf[230] 25 March 1593 16 March 1649 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[231] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Jean de Lalande[232] unknown 19 October 1646 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Jean-Baptiste de La Salle 30 April 1651 7 April 1719 24 May 1900 by Pope Leo XIII
Jeanne de Lestonnac 27 December 1556 2 February 1640 15 May 1949 by Pope Pius XII widow; founder of the Sisters of the Company of Mary
Jeanne Delanoue 18 June 1666 17 August 1736 31 October 1982 by Pope John Paul II founder of the Servants of the Poor
Jeanne Jugan[233] 25 October 1792 29 August 1879 11 October 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[168]
Jeanne-Antide Thouret 27 November 1765 24 August 1826 14 January 1934 by Pope Pius XI founder of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Joan Antida Thouret
Jenaro Sánchez Delgadillo[234] 19 September 1886 17 January 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Jerome c. 347 30 September 420
Jerome of Weert 1522 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Jesús Méndez Montoya [es][235] 10 June 1880 5 February 1928 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Joachim c. 50 BC 15 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Joachim Sakakibara [fi] 1556 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Joan Elizabeth Bichier des Âges 5 July 1773 26 August 1838 6 July 1947 by Pope Pius XII cofounder of the Sisters of the Cross
Joan of Arc 1412 30 May 1431 16 May 1920 by Pope Benedict XV French heroine and martyr
Joan of France 23 April 1464 4 February 1505 28 May 1950 by Pope Pius XII
Joaquina Vedruna de Mas 16 April 1783 28 August 1854 12 April 1959 by Pope John XXIII
John Almond c. 1577 5 December 1612 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[33]
John Berchmans 13 March 1599 13 August 1621 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII
John Bosco 16 August 1815 31 January 1888 1 April 1934 by Pope Pius XI
John Boste 1544 24 July 1594 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Buonagiunta Monetti 1200s 1256 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII[46] one of the Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order[47][48]
John Cantius June 23, 1390 December 24, 1473 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
John Cassian c. 360 c. 435
John Chrysostom c. 349 14 September 407
John de Britto 1 March 1647 4 February 1693 22 June 1947 by Pope Pius XII
John Eudes 14 November 1601 19 August 1680 31 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI
John Fisher c. 19 October 1469 22 June 1535 19 May 1935 by Pope Pius XI
John Francis Regis 31 January 1597 31 December 1640 5 April 1737 by Pope Clement XII
John Gabriel Perboyre[236][237] 6 January 1802 11 September 1840 2 June 1996 by Pope John Paul II[237][236]
John Gualbert c. 985 12 July 1073 24 October 1193 by Pope Celestine III
John Henry Newman 21 February 1801 11 August 1890[209] 13 October 2019 by Pope Francis[209]
John Houghton c. 1487 4 May 1535 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Jones 1559 12 July 1598 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Joseph of the Cross 15 August 1654 5 March 1739 26 May 1839 by Pope Gregory XVI[60]
John Kemble 1599 22 August 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Kisaka 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
John Lloyd 1500s 22 July 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Macias 2 March 1585 16 September 1645 28 September 1975 by Pope Paul VI[238] professed religious of the Dominicans
John Maria Muzeeyi [sw] 1800s 27 January 1887 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
John Maron 628 707 first Maronite patriarch
John Neumann 28 March 1811 5 January 1860 19 June 1977 by Pope Paul VI[239]
John of Ávila 6 January 1499 10 May 1569 31 May 1970 by Pope Paul VI[240]
John of Beverley unknown 7 May 721 1037 by Pope Benedict IX
John of Capistrano 24 June 1386 23 October 1456 16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII or 1724 by Pope Benedict XIII
John of Cologne 1500s 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
John of Damascus 675 or 676 4 December 749
John of Dukla 1414 1484 10 June 1997 by Pope John Paul II[241]
John of God 8 March 1495 8 March 1550 16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII
John of Matha 23 June 1160 17 December 1213 21 October 1666 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Alexander VII
John of Meda 1100 26 September 1159 c. 1170 by Pope Alexander III
John of Nepomuk c. 1345 20 March 1393 19 March 1729 by Benedict XIII
John of Rome 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
John of Sahagún 24 June 1419 11 June 1479 16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII
John of the Cross 1542 14 December 1591 27 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
John Ogilvie 1579 10 March 1615 17 October 1976 by Pope Paul VI[242]
John Payne 1532 2 April 1582 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Plessington c. 1637 19 July 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Rigby c. 1570 21 June 1600 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Roberts c. 1577 10 December 1610 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Soan de Goto [es] c. 1578 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
John Southworth 1592 28 June 1654 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John Stone 1400s c. December 1539 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
John the Apostle c. 6 AD c. 100 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
John the Baptist 1st century BC 28–36 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
John Twenge 1320 10 October 1379 1401 by Pope Boniface IX
John Vianney 8 May 1786 4 August 1859 31 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI
John Wall 1620 22 August 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Jón Ögmundsson 1052 23 April 1121 1201 by Pope Innocent III
Josaphat Kuntsevych c. 1580 12 November 1623 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero 16 March 1840 26 January 1914 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49][180]
José Isabel Flores Varela[243] 28 November 1866 21 June 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
José Maria de Yermo y Parres[244] 10 November 1851 20 September 1904 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124]
José María Robles Hurtado[245] 3 May 1888 26 June 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
José María Rubio[246] 22 July 1864 2 May 1929 4 May 2003 by John Paul II
José Sánchez del Río 28 March 1913 10 February 1928 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Josemaría Escrivá[247][248] 9 January 1902 26 June 1975 6 October 2002 by Pope John Paul II[249]
Josep Manyanet i Vives[250] 7 January 1833 17 December 1901 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[204]
Joseph 1st century BC 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1] husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Joseph Cafasso 15 January 1811 23 June 1860 22 June 1947 by Pope Pius XII
Joseph Calasanz 11 September 1557 25 August 1648 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
Joseph Freinademetz[251][252] 15 April 1852[252] 28 January 1908[252] 5 October 2003 by Pope John Paul II[122]
Joseph Marello[253] 26 December 1844 30 May 1895 25 November 2001 by Pope John Paul II[254]
Joseph Mukasa Balikuddembe[255] 1860 15 November 1885[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Joseph of Anchieta, S.J. 19 March 1534 9 June 1597 3 April 2014 by Pope Francis
Joseph of Cupertino 17 June 1603 18 September 1663 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
Joseph of Leonessa 1556 4 February 1612 29 June 1746 by Pope Benedict XIV
Joseph Oriol 23 November 1650 23 March 1702 20 May 1909 by Pope Pius X
Joseph Pignatelli 27 December 1737 15 November 1811 12 June 1954 by Pope Pius XII professed priest of the Jesuits
Joseph Vaz 21 April 1651 16 January 1711 14 January 2015 by Pope Francis priest of the Oratorians
Joseph Volotsky 1439 or 1440 9 September 1515 1578 by Pope Gregory XIII
Josephine Bakhita c. 1869 8 February 1947 1 October 2000 by Pope John Paul II
Jovita unknown 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Józef Bilczewski[256] 26 April 1860 20 March 1923 23 October 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI[41]
Józef Sebastian Pelczar[257] 17 January 1842 28 March 1924 18 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[258]
Juan de Ribera 20 March 1532 6 January 1611 12 June 1960 by Pope John XXIII Archbishop of Valencia
Juan del Castillo 14 September 1595 17 November 1628 16 May 1988 by Pope John Paul II
Juan Diego[259] 1474 1548 31 July 2002 by Pope John Paul II[260] first Roman Catholic indigenous American saint
Juan García López-Rico 10 July 1561 14 February 1613 25 May 1975 by Pope Paul VI
Juan Grande Román 6 March 1546 3 June 1600 2 June 1996 by Pope John Paul II
Juan of Tlaxcala c. 1516 1529 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis[116] one of the Child Martyrs of Tlaxcala
Judas Cyriacus 0's 133 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Jude the Apostle 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1] also known as Jude Thaddeus
Julián Alfredo [es][89] 24 December 1903 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Julian of Antioch 200s c. 305 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Julian of Cuenca c. 1127 28 January 1208 18 October 1594 by Pope Clement VIII
Julian of Mesopotamia unknown 300s
Julian of Sora unknown 150 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Juliana Falconieri 1270 19 June 1341 16 June 1737 by Pope Clement XII
Juliana of Liège 1192–1193 5 April 1258 1869 by Pope Pius IX
Juliana of Nicomedia c. 286 c. 304
Julie Billiart 12 July 1751 8 April 1816 22 June 1969 by Pope Paul VI[261] Founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.[262]
Julio Álvarez Mendoza[263] 20 December 1866 30 March 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Julius of Novara 300s 401
Julius of Rome 100s 190 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Junípero Serra 24 November 1713 28 August 1784 23 September 2015 by Pope Francis professed priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor
Justin Martyr 100 165 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Justin of Chieti unknown 200s, 300s, or 500s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Justin of Siponto 200s c. 310
Justina of Padua 200s c. 304
Justino Orona Madrigal 14 April 1877 1 July 1928 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Justus of Urgell 400s c. 527
Juvenal of Benevento unknown 132 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Juvenal of Narni unknown 3 May 369 or 377 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Kateri Tekakwitha[92] 1656 17 April 1680 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93] First Native American to become a saint[93][195]
Katharine Drexel November 26, 1858 March 3, 1955 1 October 2000 by Pope John Paul II
Kilian 640 8 July 689
Kinga of Poland 5 March 1234 24 July 1292 16 June 1999 by Pope John Paul II
Kizito[264] 1872 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI[13] one of the Uganda Martyrs[13]
Kunigunde of Rapperswil unknown early 300s
Kuriakose Elias Chavara[265] 5 February 1805 3 January 1871 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis[62]
Ladislaus I of Hungary c. 1040 29 July 1095 27 June 1192 by Pope Celestine III
Lambert of Maastricht 636 c. 705
Largus 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Laura Montoya 26 May 1874 21 October 1949 12 May 2013 by Pope Francis
Laurentia 200s 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lawrence Giustiniani 1 July 1381 8 January 1456 16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII
Lawrence of Brindisi 22 July 1559 22 July 1619 8 December 1881 by Pope Leo XIII
Lawrence of Rome 31 December 225 10 August 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1] martyr of Rome
Lazarus of Bardiaboch 200s 27 March 326
Lazarus of Bethany unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lazarus of Kyoto [pl] 1500s or 1600s 29 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Leander of Seville c. 534 13 March 600 or 601
Leo Karasumaru 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Leo of Montefeltro c. 275 366
Leoba c. 710 28 September 782
Leocadia 200s 9 December c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Leonard of Noblac 400s - 500s 559
Leonard of Port Maurice 20 December 1676 26 November 1751 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Leonard van Veghel 1527 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Leonardo Murialdo 26 October 1828 30 March 1900 3 May 1970 by Pope Paul VI[266]
Leonie Aviat[267] 16 September 1844 10 January 1914 25 November 2001 by Pope John Paul II[254]
Leopold III 1073 15 November 1136 6 January 1485 by Pope Innocent VIII
Leopold Mandić 12 May 1866 30 July 1942 16 October 1983 by Pope John Paul II
Leucius of Brindisi 100s 180 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Liberalis of Treviso 300s 400
Liberius of Ravenna 100s c. 200 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Ravenna
Libert of Saint-Trond unknown 783
Liborius of Le Mans 300s 396 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Le Mans
Lodovico Pavoni 11 September 1784 1 April 1849 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49] priest and founder of the Sons of Mary Immaculate (Pavonians)
Longinus 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Longinus of Satala 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lorcán Ua Tuathail 1128 14 November 1180 11 December 1225 by Pope Honorius III
Lorenzo Ruiz c. 1600 29 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Louis Bertrand 1 January 1526 9 October 1581 12 April 1671 by Pope Clement X
Louis de Montfort 31 January 1673 28 April 1716 20 July 1947 by Pope Pius XII priest of the Archdiocese of Rennes; founder of the Company of Mary (Montfort Missionaries), the Daughters of Wisdom, and the Brothers of Saint Gabriel
Louis Ibaraki [es] c. 1585 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Louis IX of France 25 April 1214 25 August 1270 11 July 1297 by Pope Boniface VIII
Louis Martin[268] 22 August 1823 29 July 1894 18 October 2015 by Pope Francis[269]
Louise de Marillac 12 August 1591 15 March 1660 11 March 1934 by Pope Pius XI
Lubentius c. 300 c. 370
Luca Antonio Falcone 19 October 1669 30 October 1739 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis
Lucian of Antioch c. 240 7 January 312
Lucius unknown c. 165 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lucius of Britain unknown 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lucy c. 283 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lucy Filippini 16 January 1672 25 March 1732 22 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI founder of the Religious Teachers Filippini (Filippini Sisters)
Ludger 742 26 March 809
Ludmila of Bohemia c. 860 15 September 921
Ludovico of Casoria[270] 11 March 1814 30 March 1885 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis[62]
Luigi Guanella 19 December 1842 24 October 1915 23 October 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI
Luigi Orione[271] 23 June 1872 12 March 1940 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[95]
Luigi Scrosoppi[272] 4 August 1804 3 April 1884 10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II[31]
Luis Batis Sáinz 13 September 1870 15 August 1926 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Luke Alonso Gorda [pl] 18 October 1594 20 October 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Luke Kirby c. 1549 30 May 1582 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Luke the Evangelist unknown March 84 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lukka Baanabakintu [sw] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Lutgardis 1182 16 June 1246 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Luxorius 200s 21 August c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Lydia of Thyatira unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Macarius of Alexandria c. 300 395 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Macarius of Egypt c. 300 391 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Macrina the Younger c. 330 19 July 379 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Madeleine Sophie Barat 12 December 1779 25 May 1865 24 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI
Máedóc of Ferns c. 558 31 January 632
Máel Ruba 642 722
Magdalene of Canossa 1 March 1774 10 April 1835 2 October 1988 by Pope John Paul II Founder of the Canossian Daughters of Charity and the Canossian Sons of Charity[273]
Magdalene of Nagasaki 1611 15 October 1634 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Magnus of Anagni unknown 100's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Magnus of Cuneo unknown 200's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Magnus of Fossombrone unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Majolus of Cluny c. 906 11 May 994
Malachy 1094 2 November 1148 1190 by Pope Clement III
Manuel González García 25 February 1877 4 January 1940 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49]
Manuel Míguez González 24 March 1831 8 March 1925 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis
Manuel Moralez 8 February 1898 15 August 1926 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Maravillas de Jesús[274] 4 November 1891 11 December 1974 4 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II
Marcellin Champagnat[275] 20 May 1789 6 June 1840 18 April 1999 by Pope John Paul II[29] Professed priest of the Society of Mary, Marist Missionaries; founder of the Marist Brothers of the Schools[275]
Marcellinus 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marcellinus of Tomi 200s c. 320 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marcellus of Capua 300s or 400s 300s or 400s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marcian of Tortona 0's c. 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marciana of Mauretania 200s 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marciano José[89] 15 November 1900 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Marcianus 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Margaret Clitherow 1556 25 March 1586 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Margaret Mary Alacoque 22 July 1647 17 October 1690 13 May 1920 by Pope Benedict XV professed religious of the Visitation Nuns
Margaret of Cortona 1247 22 February 1297 16 May 1728 by Pope Benedict XIII
Margaret of Hungary 27 January 1242 18 January 1270 19 November 1943 by Pope Pius XII
Margaret of Scotland c. 1045 16 November 1093 1250 by Pope Innocent IV married layperson and queen of Scotland
Margaret the Virgin 289 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Margaret Ward c. 1550 30 August 1588 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Margarito Flores García 22 February 1899 12 November 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Marguerite Bays[208] 8 September 1815 27 June 1879 13 October 2019 by Pope Francis[209]
Marguerite Bourgeoys 17 April 1620 12 January 1700 31 October 1982 by Pope John Paul II[195] Founder of the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame of Montreal
Maria Bernarda Bütler[276] 28 May 1848 19 May 1924 12 October 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI
Maria Bertilla Boscardin 6 October 1888 20 October 1922 11 May 1961 by Pope John XXIII
Maria Crescentia Höss[277] 20 October 1682 5 April 1744 25 November 2001 by John Paul II[254] Professed religious of the Franciscan Nuns of the Third Order Regular
Maria Cristina of the Immaculate Conception Brando 1 May 1856 20 January 1906 17 May 2015 by Pope Francis
Maria Crocifissa di Rosa 6 November 1813 15 December 1855 12 June 1954 by Pope Pius XII
María de la Purísima Salvat Romero[278] 20 February 1926 31 October 1998 18 October 2015 by Pope Francis[269]
Maria De Mattias[279] 4 February 1805 20 August 1866 18 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[258]
Maria Domenica Mazzarello 9 May 1837 14 May 1881 24 June 1951 by Pope Pius XII
Maria Giuseppa Rossello 27 May 1811 7 December 1880 12 June 1949 by Pope Pius XII
Maria Goretti 16 October 1890 6 July 1902 24 June 1950 by Pope Pius XII
María Guadalupe García Zavala 27 April 1878 24 June 1963 12 May 2013 by Pope Francis
María Josefa Sancho de Guerra 7 September 1842 20 March 1912 1 October 2000 by Pope John Paul II
Maria Katharina Kasper 26 May 1820 2 February 1898 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Maria Micaela Desmaisieres 1 January 1809 24 August 1865 4 March 1934 by Pope Pius XI
María Natividad Venegas de la Torre 8 September 1868 30 July 1959 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124]
Maria Soledad Torres y Acosta[280] 2 December 1826 11 October 1887 25 January 1970 by Pope Paul VI[281]
Mariam Baouardy 5 January 1846 26 August 1878 17 May 2015 by Pope Francis
Mariam Thresia Chiramel 26 April 1876 8 June 1926[208] 13 October 2019 by Pope Francis[209] Syro-Malabar Catholic nun and the founder of the Congregation of the Holy Family[209]
Mariana de Jesús de Paredes 31 October 1618 26 May 1645 9 July 1950 by Pope Pius XII layperson of the Archdiocese of Quito, member of the Secular Franciscans
Marianne Cope[92] 23 January 1838 9 August 1918 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Marie of the Incarnation 28 October 1599 30 April 1672 3 April 2014 by Pope Francis Canonized by equivalent canonization and founder of the Ursulines of Quebec convent.[195]
Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas 4 October 1843 25 March 1927 17 May 2015 by Pope Francis
Marie-Azélie Guérin 23 December 1831 28 August 1877 18 October 2015 by Pope Francis[269]
Marie-Eugénie de Jésus[282] 25 August 1817 10 March 1898 3 June 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI
Marie-Madeleine Postel 28 November 1756 16 July 1846 24 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI founder of the Sisters of the Christian Schools of Saint Julie Postel
Marie-Marguerite d'Youville 15 October 1701 23 December 1771 9 December 1990 by Pope John Paul II widow; founder of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal (Gray Sisters)
Marina of Aguas Santas 119 139 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marina of Omura [pl] 1500s or 1600s 11 November 1634 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Marinus 200s 366 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Marko Krizin 1589 7 September 1619 2 July 1995 by Pope John Paul II
Maron 300s 410
Martha unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Martin de Porres 9 December 1579 3 November 1639 6 May 1962 by Pope John XXIII professed religious of the Dominicans
Martin of Leon c. 1130 12 January 1203
Martin of the Ascension [es] c. 1567 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Martin of Tours 316 or 336 8 November 397 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Martina of Rome unknown 228 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Martinian c. 30 AD c. 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Martinianus 300s 29 December 435 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Maruthas of Martyropolis 300s c. 420
Mary c. 8 September 18 BC 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1] mother of Jesus Christ
Mary Euphrasia Pelletier 31 July 1796 24 April 1868 2 May 1940 by Pope Pius XII
Mary Frances of the Five Wounds 25 March 1715 7 October 1791 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Mary MacKillop[283] 15 January 1842 8 August 1909 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[72][73]
Mary Magdalene unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Mary Magdalene de' Pazzi 2 April 1566 25 May 1607 28 April 1669 by Pope Clement IX
Mary of Bethany unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1] identified as Mary of Magdalene historically
Mateo Correa Magallanes 23 July 1866 6 February 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Matilda of Ringelheim c. 894 or 897 14 March 968
Matiya Mulumba 1836 30 May 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI[160] One of the Uganda Martyrs[160][14]
Matthew Kohioye [pl] 1615 19 October 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Matthew the Apostle 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Matthias 0's c. 80 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Matthias of Jerusalem 0's 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Matthias of Miyako [fi] 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Maura unknown 300s
Maurice 200s 287 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Maurus 1 January 512 15 January 584
Maximilian Kolbe 8 January 1894 14 August 1941 10 October 1982 by Pope John Paul II
Maximus of Évreux 300s c. 384
Maximus of Naples unknown 361 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Maximus the Confessor c. 580 13 August 662
Mbaga Tuzinde [sw][284] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Mechtilde c.1241 19 November 1298
Meinhard 1334 or 1336 1196 8 September 1993 (equipollent) by Pope John Paul II professed priest of the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine, Bishop of Latvia
Meinrad of Einsiedeln c. 797 21 January 861
Melania the Younger c. 383 31 December 439
Melchior Grodziecki c. 1582 7 September 1619 2 July 1995 by Pope John Paul II
Meletius of Antioch 300s 381 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Melito of Sardis 100s 180
Menas 285 c. 309
Menodora 200s 305-311 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Methodius 815 6 April 885
Methodius of Olympus 200s c. 311
Metrodora 200s 305-311 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Michael de Sanctis 29 September 1591 10 April 1625 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX
Michael Kozaki [fi] c. 1551 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Michael Kurobioye [pl] 1500s or 1600s 17 August 1633 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Michel Garicoïts 15 April 1797 14 May 1863 6 July 1947 by Pope Pius XII
Miguel de Aozaraza [pl] 7 February 1598 29 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Miguel de la Mora [es] 19 June 1874 7 August 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Miguel Febres Cordero 7 November 1854 9 February 1910 21 October 1984 by Pope John Paul II
Mirocles 200s 30 November c. 316
Monica 332 387 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Moninne c. 435 c. 517
Mugagga Lubowa [sw][255] 1800s 3 June 1886 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Mukasa Kiriwawanvu [sw] 1800s 3 June 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Munditia 200s c. 310
Mungo 518 13 January 614
Mutien-Marie Wiaux 20 March 1841 30 January 1917 10 December 1989 by Pope John Paul II
Nabor 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Narcisa de Jesús[285] 29 October 1832 8 December 1869 12 October 2008 by Pope Benedict XVI
Narcissus 200s c. 320 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Narnus unknown 345 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Natalis unknown 700s
Naum c. 830 23 December 910
Nazaria Ignacia March Mesa 10 January 1889 6 July 1943 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Nectarius of Auvergne 200s c. 300
Nereus 0's c. 100 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nerses I 300s 373
Nicanor the Deacon unknown 76 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nicasius of Die 200s 300s
Nicasius of Heeze 1522 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Nicetas the Goth 300s 372 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nicholas of Flüe 1417 21 March 1487 15 May 1947 by Pope Pius XII
Nicholas of Myra 15 March 270 6 December 342 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nicholas of Tolentino c. 1246 10 September 1305 5 June 1446 by Pope Eugene IV[286]
Nicholas Owen c. 1562 1 or 2 March 1606 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Nicholas Pieck 29 August 1534 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Nicholas Poppel 1532 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Nicholas Tavelic c. 1340 14 November 1391 21 June 1970 by Pope Paul VI[175]
Nicholas the Pilgrim 1075 2 June 1094 1098 by Pope Urban II
Nicodemus c. 1 BC 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nicola Saggio 6 January 1650 3 February 1709 23 November 2014 by Pope Francis professed Oblate of the Minims
Nicomedes unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nilus of Palestine 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nimatullah Kassab[287] 1808 14 December 1858 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[95][204]
Ninian 300s c. 432
Nino c. 280 c. 332
Noël Chabanel[288] 2 February 1613 8 December 1649 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Norbert of Xanten c. 1075 6 June 1134 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII
Nothhelm 600s 17 October 739
Novatus unknown 151 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nowa Mawaggali [sw] 1800s 31 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Nuno Álvares Pereira[289] 24 June 1360 1 April 1431 26 April 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[120]
Nunzio Sulprizio 13 April 1817 5 May 1836 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Nympha unknown c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Nymphodora 200s 305-311 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Oda c. 680 c. 726
Odile of Alsace 660 0720
Odilia of Cologne 300s 300s
Odilo of Cluny c. 962 1 January 1049 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Odo of Cluny c. 880 18 November 942 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Olaf II of Norway 995 29 July 1030 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Oliva of Brescia unknown 138
Oliver Plunkett 1 November 1625 1 July 1681 12 October 1975 by Pope Paul VI
Onesimus unknown c. 68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Onesiphorus unknown c. 81 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]f
Onuphrius unknown 300s or 400s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Optatus unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Oran of Iona 400s 500s
Orentius 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Osana 698 750
Óscar Romero 15 August 1917 24 March 1980 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Osmund 1000s 3 or 4 December 1099 1 January 1457 by Pope Callixtus III
Othmar c. 689 c. 759
Otto of Bamberg c. 1060 30 June 1139 1189 by Pope Clement III
Ovidius unknown c. 135
Pachomius the Great 292 9 May 348 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pacian c. 310 c. 391 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pacificus of San Severino 1 March 1653 24 September 1721 26 May 1839 by Pope Gregory XVI[60]
Palatias 200s 302 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pamphilus of Caesarea late 200s 16 February 309
Pancras of Rome c. 289 12 May 303 or 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pancras of Taormina unknown c. 40 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pantaenus 100s c. 200 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pantaleon c. 275 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paola Elisabetta Cerioli[290] 28 January 1816 24 December 1865 16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II[95][204]
Paphnutius of Thebes 200s 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Papias of Hierapolis unknown 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Parmenas 0's 98 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1] one of the Seven Deacons
Parthenius unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paschal Baylon 16 May 1540 17 May 1592 16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII
Paschasius Radbertus 785 865 1073 by Pope Gregory VII
Patermutius unknown 300s
Paternus of Auch unknown 150
Patiens unknown 12 November 150
Patrick unknown 400s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paul Ibaraki 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX One of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Paul Miki[291] c. 1562[291] 5 February 1597[291] 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX One of the 26 Martyrs of Japan[291]
Paul of the Cross 3 January 1694 18 October 1775 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Paul of Thebes c. 227 c. 342
Paul Suzuki 1563 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Paul the Apostle c. 5 AD c. 64 or 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paul the Simple c. 225 c. 339 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paula Frassinetti 3 March 1809 11 June 1882 11 March 1984 by Pope John Paul II
Paula Montal Fornés[292] 11 October 1799 26 February 1889 25 November 2001 by Pope John Paul II[254]
Pauline of the Agonizing Heart of Jesus[293] 16 December 1865 9 July 1942 19 May 2002 by Pope John Paul II[53]
Paulinus II of Aquileia c. 726 802 or 804
Paulinus of Antioch unknown 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Paulinus of Nola 354 22 June 431
Paulinus of Trier unknown 358 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pausilippus unknown 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pedro Armengol c. 1238 27 April 1304 8 April 1687 by Pope Innocent XI
Pedro Calungsod[92] 21 July 1654 2 April 1672 21 October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI[93]
Pedro de Arbués c. 1441 17 September 1485 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX
Pedro Esqueda Ramirez 29 April 1887 22 November 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Pedro Poveda Castroverde[294] 3 December 1874 28 July 1936 4 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II
Pega c. 673 c.719
Pelagia of Tarsus unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Peleus unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Peregrine Laziosi c. 1260 1 May 1345 27 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
Peregrinus 0's 138 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Perpetua 182 7 March 203 found in Roman Martyrology[1] See also Passion of Saint Perpetua, Saint Felicitas, and their Companions
Peter c. 1 AD 64-68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Peter Balsam 200s 311 found in Roman Martyrology[1] crucified at Aulane during the Maximinian persecution
Peter Baptist [it] 24 June 1542 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Peter Canisius 8 May 1521 21 December 1597 21 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI
Peter Chanel 12 July 1803 28 April 1841 12 June 1954 by Pope Pius XII professed priest of the Society of Mary, Marist Missionaries; martyr
Peter Chrysologus c. 380 31 July 450 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Peter Claver[295] 26 June 1580 8 September 1654 15 January 1888 by Pope Leo XIII
Peter Damian c. 988 22 February 1072 or 1073 found in Roman Martyrology[1] Doctor of the Church
Peter de Regalado 1390 30 March 1456 29 June 1746 by Pope Benedict XIV
Peter Faber 14 April 1506 1 August 1545 17 December 2013 by Pope Francis
Peter Fourier 30 November 1565 9 December 1640 27 May 1897 by Pope Leo XIII
Peter González 1190 15 April 1246 13 December 1741 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Benedict XIV
Peter Julian Eymard[296] 4 February 1811 1 August 1868 9 December 1962 by Pope John XXIII[297][296]
Peter Nolasco 1189 6 May 1256 30 September 1628 by Pope Urban VIII
Peter of Alcantara 1499 18 October 1562 28 April 1669 by Pope Clement IX
Peter of Alexandria 200s 25 November 311 Pope of Alexandria
Peter of Anagni 1000s 1105 4 June 1109 by Pope Pascal II
Peter of Assche 1530 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Peter of Canterbury 500s c. 607 1915 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Benedict XV
Peter of Jesus Maldonado 15 June 1892 11 February 1937 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Peter of Narbonne [de] 1300s 14 November 1391 21 June 1970 by Pope Paul VI[175] Companion of Nicholas Tavelic
Peter of Saint Joseph de Betancur[298] 21 March 1626 25 April 1667 30 July 2002 by Pope John Paul II
Peter of Tarentaise 1102 14 September 1174 10 May 1191 by Pope Celestine III
Peter of Verona 1205 6 April 1252 9 March 1253 by Pope Innocent IV
Peter Sukejiro [pt] 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Peter the Exorcist 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Peter Thomas 1305 1366 1628 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Urban VIII
Petronax of Monte Cassino 1 May 670 6 May 747
Petronilla unknown c. 90 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pharnacius of Satala 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Philemon unknown 68 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Philetus unknown c. 121 found in Roman Martyrology[1] Roman senator
Philip Benizi de Damiani 15 August 1233 22 August 1285 12 April 1671 by Pope Clement X
Philip Evans 1645 22 July 1679 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Philip Howard 28 June 1557 19 October 1595 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Philip Neri 21 July 1515 25 May 1595 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV
Philip of Gortyna 100s 180 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Philip of Jesus 1572 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Philip the Apostle unknown 80 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Philo unknown 150 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Philomena c. 10 January 291 c. 10 August 304 13 January 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI Virgin, Martyr
Phocas 0's 102 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Phocas the Gardener 200s c. 303
Pietro I Orseolo 928 10 January 987 18 April 1731 (equivalent) by Pope Clement XII
Pinytus 100s 180 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pio of Pietrelcina[299] 25 May 1887 23 September 1968 16 June 2002 by Pope John Paul II[300]
Pirmin 700 3 November 753
Placidus 200s 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Placidus of Messina unknown 500s
Plautilla unknown 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Plechelm 600s 730 c. 950 by Pope Agapetus II
Polycarp 69 AD 156 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Polydore Plasden 1563 10 December 1591 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Pompilio Maria Pirrotti 29 September 1710 15 July 1766 19 March 1934 by Pope Pius XI professed priest of the Piarists
Ponsiano Ngondwe [sw] 1800s 26 May 1886[23] 18 October 1964 by Pope Paul VI One of the Uganda Martyrs[14]
Pontianus of Spoleto c. 156 14 January 175 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Adeodatus I 570 8 November 618
Pope Adrian III unknown 8 July 885 2 June 1891 by Pope Leo XIII
Pope Agapetus I unknown 22 April 536
Pope Agatho 600s 10 January 681
Pope Alexander I 10 January 75 AD c. 115 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Anacletus c. 25 26 April 92 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Anastasius I 300s 19 December 401
Pope Anicetus 0's c. 20 April 168 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Anterus 100s 3 January 236 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Benedict II 600s 8 May 685
Pope Boniface I 300s 4 September 422
Pope Boniface IV 550 8 May 615
Pope Caius 200s 22 April 296 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Callixtus I 100s 222 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Celestine I 300s 1 August 432
Pope Celestine V 1215 19 May 1296 5 May 1313 by Pope Clement V
Pope Clement I c. 35 AD 99 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Cornelius unknown June 253 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Damasus I c. 305 11 December 384 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Dionysius unknown 26 December 268 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Eleutherius 100s 189 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Eugene I 615 2 June 657
Pope Eusebius 200s 17 August 310
Pope Eutychian 200s 7 December 283 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Evaristus 17 April 44 AD c. 107 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Fabian c. 200 20 January 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Felix I 200s 30 December 274 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Felix III 400s 1 March 492
Pope Felix IV 490 22 September 530
Pope Gelasius I 400s 19 November 496
Pope Gregory I c. 540 12 March 604
Pope Gregory II 669 11 February 731
Pope Gregory III 600s 28 November 741
Pope Gregory VII 1015 25 May 1085 24 May 1728 by Pope Benedict XIII
Pope Hilarius unknown 29 February 468
Pope Hormisdas 450 6 August 523
Pope Hyginus unknown 142 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Innocent I 300s 12 March 417
Pope John I 400s 18 May 526
Pope John Paul II 18 May 1920 2 April 2005 27 April 2014 by Pope Francis
Pope John XXIII 25 November 1881 3 June 1963 27 April 2014 by Pope Francis
Pope Julius I 200s 12 April 352 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Leo I[301][302] c. 400 10 November 461 found in Roman Martyrology[1] also known as Leo the Great, Doctor of the Church[301]
Pope Leo II 611 July 683
Pope Leo III unknown 12 June 816 1673 by Pope Clement X
Pope Leo IV 790 17 July 855
Pope Leo IX 21 June 1002 19 April 1054 1082 by Pope Gregory VII
Pope Linus c. 10 AD c. 76 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Lucius I c. 200 5 March 254 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Marcellinus 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Marcellus I 6 January 255 16 January 309
Pope Mark 200s 7 October 336 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Martin I 21 June 598 16 September 655
Pope Miltiades 200s 10 or 11 January 314
Pope Nicholas I 800 13 November 867 8 May 868 by Pope Adrian II
Pope Paschal I unknown 28 June 767
Pope Paul I 700s 824
Pope Paul VI[303] 26 September 1897 6 August 1978 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[303][192]
Pope Pius I late 1st century c. 155 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Pius V 17 January 1504 1 May 1572 22 May 1712 by Pope Clement XI
Pope Pius X 2 June 1835 20 August 1914 29 May 1954 by Pope Pius XII
Pope Pontian 200s October 235 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Sergius I 650 8 September 701
Pope Silverius 400s 2 December 538
Pope Simplicius 400s 10 March 483
Pope Siricius 334 26 November 399 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Sixtus I 42 AD 125 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Sixtus II unknown 6 August 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Sixtus III c. 390 18 August 440
Pope Soter unknown c. 174 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Stephen I unknown 2 August 257 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Stephen IV c. 770 24 January 817
Pope Sylvester I 200s 31 December 335 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Symmachus 400s 19 July 514
Pope Telesphorus unknown c. 137 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Urban I 100s 23 May 230 found in Roman Martyrology[1]f
Pope Victor I 100s 199 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Vitalian 600 27 January 672
Pope Zachary 679 15 March 752
Pope Zephyrinus 100s 20 December 217 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pope Zosimus 300s 26 December 418
Possidius 300s 400s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Potentian 300s 390 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pothinus c. 87 AD 177 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Lyon
Praxedes unknown 165 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Prisca 0's 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Processus c. 30 AD c. 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Procopius of Sázava c. 970[304] March 25, 1053 June 2, 1204 by Pope Innocent III[305][306] or by a liturgical elevation and translation of his body to the altar in Sázava[304]
Proculus of Bologna 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Proculus of Pozzuoli 200s c. 305
Prosdocimus 0's c. 7 November 100 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ptolemaeus unknown c. 165 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Publius 33 AD c. 125 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pudens unknown 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pudentiana unknown 100s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Pusai unknown 344
Quadratus of Athens unknown 129 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Quirinus of Neuss unknown 30 March 116 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Quirinus of Sescia 200s 309
Rafael Arnáiz Barón[307] 9 April 1911 26 April 1938 11 October 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[168]
Rafael Guízar y Valencia[308] 26 April 1878 6 June 1938 15 October 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI
Rafaela Porras Ayllón 1 March 1850 6 January 1925 23 January 1977 by Pope Paul VI[309]
Rafqa Pietra Choboq Ar-Rayès[310] 29 June 1832 23 March 1914 10 June 2001 by Pope John Paul II[31]
Rainerius c. 1115 or 1117 c. 1160 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Rais 200s 303
Ralph Sherwin 25 October 1550 1 December 1581 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Raphael Kalinowski 1 September 1835 15 November 1907 17 November 1991 by Pope John Paul II
Raymond Nonnatus 1204 31 August 1240 1657 by Pope Alexander VII
Raymond of Penyafort c. 1175 6 January 1275 29 April 1601 by Pope Clement VIII Spanish Dominican friar
Relindis of Maaseik unknown 750
René Goupil[311] 15 May 1608 29 September 1642 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[107] One of the Canadian Martyrs[108]
Respicius unknown c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Richard Gwyn c. 1537 15 October 1584 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Richard of Chichester c. 1197 3 April 1253 25 January 1262 by Pope Urban IV
Richard Pampuri[312] 2 August 1897[312] 1 March 1930[312] 1 November 1989 by Pope John Paul II[313]
Richard Reynolds c. 1492 4 May 1535 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Richard the Pilgrim 600s 722
Rigobert 600s c. 743 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Rita of Cascia c. 1381 22 May 1457 24 May 1900 by Pope Leo XIII
Robert Bellarmine[314] 4 October 1542 17 September 1621 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[315] Doctor of the church[316]
Robert Lawrence c. 1485 4 May 1535 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Robert of Molesme 1028 17 April 1111 1222 by Pope Honorius III
Robert Southwell c. 1561 21 February 1595 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Roch c. 1348 15 or 16 August 1376 or 1379 added to the Roman Martyrology by Pope Gregory XIV (1590-1591)
Roderick 700s 13 March 837
Rodrigo Aguilar Alemán 13 March 1875 28 October 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Rögnvald Kali Kolsson c. 1103 20 August 1158 1192 by Pope Celestine III layperson of the Diocese of Caithness
Román Adame Rosales[317] 27 February 1859 21 April 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Romanus of Caesarea 200s c. 303
Romanus Ostiarius unknown c. 258 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Romaric unknown 653 3 December 1049 by Pope Leo IX
Romuald c. 951 19 June 1027 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII
Romulus 0's 117 found in Roman Martyrology[1] martyr
Roque González y de Santa Cruz 17 November 1576 15 November 1628 16 May 1988 by Pope John Paul II
Rosa Francisca Dolors Molas Vallvé 7 November 1854 9 February 1910 11 December 1988 by Pope John Paul II
Rose of Lima 20 April 1586 24 August 1617 12 April 1671 by Pope Clement X
Rose of Viterbo c. 1233 March 6, 1251 1457 by Pope Callistus III
Rose Philippine Duchesne 29 August 1769 18 November 1852 3 July 1988 by Pope John Paul II[318] Professed religious of the Society of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Rose Venerini[319] 9 February 1655 7 May 1728 15 October 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI founder of the Religious Teachers Venerini (Venerini Sisters)
Rudesind 26 November 907 1 March 977 1195 by Pope Celestine III
Rufina 200s 257 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Rufus of Metz 300s 400
Rupert of Bingen 712 732
Rupert of Salzburg c. 660 27 March 710
Sabás Reyes Salazar [es] 5 December 1883 13 April 1927 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Sabbas the Goth 334 372 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Sabbas the Sanctified 439 5 December 532
Sabina unknown c. 126 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Sagar of Laodicea unknown 175 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Salomone Leclercq 15 November 1745 2 September 1792 16 October 2016 by Pope Francis[49]
Salonius 400 400s
Salvador Lara Puente 13 August 1905 15 August 1926 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Salvador of Horta December 1520 18 March 1567 17 April 1938 by Pope Pius XI
Sancha of Portugal 2 February 1264 c. 1302 10 May 1705 by Pope Clement XI
Saturninus of Cagliari 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Satyrus of Milan c. 331 378 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Savina of Milan 200s 311
Savinian 300s 390 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Scholastica c. 480 10 February 543
Sebaldus 700s c. 770 26 March 1425 by Pope Martin V
Sebastian c. 256 c. 288 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Secunda 200s 257 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Secundus of Asti 0's c. 119 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Senán mac Geirrcinn 488 500s
Sennen 100s c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Septimius of Iesi 200s 307
Seraphin of Montegranaro 1540 12 October 1604 16 July 1767 by Pope Clement XIII
Serapia 0's c. 119 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Serapion of Algiers 1179 14 November 1240 14 April 1728 by Pope Benedict XIII
Serapion of Macedonia 100s 195 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Serenus the Gardener 200s 23 February 307
Sergius unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Servandus 200s c. 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Servatius of Tongeren 300s 13 May 384 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Severinus of Noricum c. 410 8 January 482
Severus of Barcelona 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Shemon Bar Sabbae 200s 345 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Sigfrid of Sweden 1000s 1100s c. 1158 by Pope Hadrian IV
Silas 0's 65–100 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Simeon 1st century BC unknown found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Simeon of Jerusalem unknown c. 107 or 117 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Simeon of Mantua 900s 1016 1049 by Pope Leo IX
Simeon Stylites c. 390 2 September 459
Simón de Rojas 28 October 1552 29 September 1624 3 July 1988 by Pope John Paul II[318]
Simon Stock c. 1165 16 May 1265
Simon the Zealot unknown c. 65 or 107 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Simpert 700s 13 October 807
Simplicius 200s 302 or 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Smaragdus 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Sossius 275 19 September 305 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Spyridon c. 270 348 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Stachys the Apostle unknown c. 54 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Stanislaus Kostka 28 October 1550 15 August 1568 31 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
Stanislaus of Szczepanów 26 July 1030 11 April 1079 17 September 1253 by Pope Innocent IV
Stanislaus Papczyński 18 May 1631 17 September 1701 5 June 2016 by Pope Francis[180] professed priest and founder of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception
Stanisław Kazimierczyk[320] 27 September 1433 3 May 1489 17 October 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI[72][73]
Stephen 5 AD 34 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Stephen Harding ca. 1050 28 March 1134
Stephen I of Hungary c. 975 15 August 1038 20 August 1083 by Pope Gregory VII married layperson of the Archdiocese of Esztergom, king of Hungary
Stephen of Cuneo [it] 1045 14 November 1391 21 June 1970 by Pope Paul VI[175] Companion of Nicholas Tavelic
Stephen of Muret c. 1340 8 February 1124 1189 by Pope Clement III
Stephen of Obazine 1085 8 March 1154 1701 by Pope Clement XI
Stephen the Younger 713 or 715 28 November 764 or 765
Sturm 705 17 December 779 1139 by Pope Innocent II
Swithun Wells c. 1536 10 December 1591 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Syagrius of Nice unknown 787 or 788
Sylvester Gozzolini 1177 26 November 1267 1598 by Pope Clement VIII
Symeon of Trier 980s 1035 5 January 1047 by Pope Clement II
Symeon the New Theologian 949 March 12, 1022 theologian
Symphorosa unknown c. 138 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Szymon of Lipnica[321] c. 1437 18 July 1482 3 June 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI
Talarican 700s 800s 11 July 1898 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Leo XIII
Tarcisius unknown 200s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Tatwine c. 670 30 July 734
Teilo c. 500 c. 560
Telemachus 300s 1 January 404 or 391 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Terentian 0's 118 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Todi
Teresa Jornet Ibars 9 January 1843 26 August 1897 27 January 1974 by Pope Paul VI[322]
Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart 15 July 1747 7 March 1770 19 March 1934 by Pope Pius XI professed religious of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns
Teresa of Ávila 28 March 1515 4 October 1582 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV
Teresa of Calcutta 26 August 1910 5 September 1997 4 September 2016 by Pope Francis[180]
Teresa of the Andes 13 July 1900 12 April 1920 21 March 1993 by Pope John Paul II
Thamel unknown 125 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Thecla 30 AD 0's found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Thecla of Kitzingen 700s c. 790 AD
Theobald of Marly 1100s 8 December 1247
Theobald of Provins 1033 June 30, 1066 1073 by Pope Alexander II
Theodora unknown 120 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theodora of Alexandria 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theodore unknown 130 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Théodore Guérin[323] 2 October 1798 14 May 1856 15 October 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI
Theodore of Amasea 200s 17 February 306 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theodore of der Eem 1499–1502 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
Theodore of Pavia unknown 778
Theodore Stratelates 281 319
Theodore the Studite 759 826
Theodoret of Antioch unknown 22 October 362
Theodosia of Constantinople 600s 700s
Theodosia of Tyre 290 2 April 307
Theodotus of Ancyra 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theonas 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theopemptus of Nicomedia 200s c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theophanes the Confessor 758–760 12 March 817
Theophilus of Antioch 100s 183-185 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theopista 0's 118 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Theophilus of Corte[20] 30 October 1676 17 June 1740 29 June 1930 by Pope Pius XI[20]
Theotonius of Coimbra c.1082 18 February 1162 (cultus confirmed) by Pope Benedict XIV
Theresa of Portugal 4 October 1178 18 June 1250 13 December 1705 by Pope Clement XI
Thérèse Couderc 1 February 1805 26 September 1885 10 May 1970 by Pope Paul VI[324]
Thérèse of Lisieux[325] 2 January 1873 30 September 1897 17 May 1925 by Pope Pius XI[326]
Thomas Aquinas 1225 7 March 1274 18 July 1323 by Pope John XXII
Thomas Becket 21 December c. 1119 29 December 1170 21 February 1173 by Pope Alexander III Archbishop of Canterbury
Thomas de Cantilupe c. 1218 25 August 1282 17 April 1320 by Pope John XXII
Thomas Garnet[199] c. 1575 23 June 1608 25 October 1970 by Pope Paul VI[33] one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales[34]
Thomas Kozaki 1582 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Thomas More[327] 7 February 1478 6 July 1535 19 May 1935 by Pope Pius XI[328]
Thomas of Villanova[329] 1488 8 September 1555 1 November 1658 by Pope Alexander VII[329]
Thomas Rokuzayemon [pl] 1590 17 November 1634 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Thomas the Apostle 0's 3 July 72 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Thomas Xico 1500s 5 February 1597 8 June 1862 by Pope Pius IX one of the 26 Martyrs of Japan
Thraseas unknown 170 found in Roman Martyrology[1] bishop of Eumania
Timothy c. 17 AD c. 97 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Titus 0's 96 or 107 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Tola of Clonard 600s 700s
Tommaso da Cori 4 June 1655 11 January 1729 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[162] professed priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor
Toribio Romo González[330] 16 April 1900 25 February 1928 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Torpes of Pisa unknown c. 65 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Tranquilino Ubiarco Robles 8 July 1899 5 October 1928 21 May 2000 by Pope John Paul II[124] one of the Saints of the Cristero War
Tryphon unknown c. 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Turibius of Mogrovejo 16 November 1538 23 March 1606 10 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII archbishop of Lima
Ubald c. 1084 1160 4 March 1192 by Pope Celestine III Bishop of Gubbio
Ubaldesca Taccini 1136 1205
Ulrich of Augsburg 893 4 July 973 4 July 993 by Pope John XV[145] The first saint to be canonized not by a local authority but by the Pope.[331][145]
Urban of Langres 327 c. 390 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ursicinus of Ravenna unknown c. 67 AD found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ursmar 600s 713
Ursula 300s 21 October 383 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Ursula Ledóchowska[332] 17 April 1865 29 May 1939 18 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[258]
Valentine 226 14 February 269 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Verdiana 1182 10 February 1242 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Vergilius of Salzburg 700 27 November 784 1233 by Pope Gregory IX
Veronica Giuliani 27 December 1660 9 July 1727 26 May 1839 by Pope Gregory XVI[60]
Viator of Bergamo unknown 370
Vicenta María López i Vicuña 24 March 1847 26 December 1890 25 May 1975 by Pope Paul VI[333]
Victoria 200s 250 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Victoria of Albitina 200s 304
Victoriano Pío [es][89] 7 July 1905 9 October 1934 21 November 1999 by Pope John Paul II[90] One of the Martyrs of Turon[91]
Victorinus of Pettau 200s 303-304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Viktor of Xanten unknown 300s found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Villanus 1100s 1237
Vincent de Paul 24 April 1581 27 September 1660 16 June 1737 by Pope Clement XII
Vincent Ferrer 23 January 1350 5 April 1419 3 June 1455 by Pope Callixtus III
Vincent of Lérins 300s c. 445
Vincent of Saragossa 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Vincent Pallotti 21 April 1795 22 January 1850 January 20, 1963 by Pope John XXIII[334][335]
Vincent Romano[336] 3 June 1751 20 December 1831 14 October 2018 by Pope Francis[192]
Vincent Shiwozuka [pl] c.1576 29 September 1637 18 October 1987 by Pope John Paul II[110] One of the 16 Martyrs of Japan
Vincent Strambi[337] 1 January 1745 1 January 1824 11 June 1950 by Pope Pius XII professed priest of the Passionists; Bishop of Macerata
Vincenza Gerosa 29 October 1784 29 June 1847 18 May 1950 by Pope Pius XII[135] Cofounder of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Bartolomea Capitanio and Vincenza Gerosa (Sisters of Holy Child Mary)[135]
Vincenzo Grossi[338] 9 March 1845 7 November 1917 18 October 2015 by Pope Francis[269] Priest of the Vicariate of Rome; founder of the Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallottines), the Pallottine Missionary Sisters and the Pallottine Sisters of the Catholic Apostolate
Virginia Centurione Bracelli[339] 2 April 1587 15 December 1651 18 May 2003 by Pope John Paul II[258]
Vitalis 200s c. 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Vitus c. 290 c. 303 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Vladimir the Great c. 958 15 July 1015 Grand Prince of Kiev
Walpurga c. 710 25 February 777 or 779
Wenceslaus c. 911 28 September 935 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Wendelin of Trier c. 554 c. 617
Wiborada 800s 926 5 January 1047 by Pope Clement II
Wihtberht 7 May 675 13 August 747
Wihtburh unknown 17 March 743
Wilfrid c. 633 709 or 710
Wilfrid II unknown 29 April 745 or 746
Wilgils c. 630 600s
Willehad c. 735 8 November 789
Willehad of Denmark 1482 9 July 1572 29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX one of the Martyrs of Gorkum[24]
William of Donjeon c. 1140 10 January 1209 17 May 1218 by Pope Honorius III
William of Gellone 755 28 May 812 or 814 1066 by Pope Alexander II
William of Maleval unknown 10 February 1157 8 May 1202 by Pope Innocent III
William of Perth 1100s c. 1201 1256 by Pope Alexander IV
William of Roskilde unknown 1073 or 1074 21 January 1224 by Pope Honorius III
William of York 1000s 8 June 1154 1227 by Pope Honorius III
William Pinchon c. 1175 29 July 1234 24 March 1247 by Pope Innocent IV
Willibald c. 700 c. 787
Willibrord c. 658 7 November 739
Wolfgang of Regensburg 934 31 October 994 8 October 1051 by Pope Leo IX
Wolfhelm of Brauweiler 1000s 1091 professed priest of the Benedictines
Wulfram of Sens c. 640 20 March 703
Wulfstan 1008 January 1095 14 May 1203 by Pope Innocent III[340]
Zacchaeus of Jerusalem 0's 116 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zacharias of Vienne 0's 106 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zanitas of Bardiaboch 200s 27 March 326
Zdislava Berka c. 1220[341] 1252[341] 21 May 1995 by Pope John Paul II[342]
Zeno of Verona 300 12 April 371 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zita[343] c. 1212 April 27, 1272 5 September 1696 by Pope Innocent XII[344]
Zoe unknown 127 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zoilus 200s 304 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zosimus[345] 93 AD 110 found in Roman Martyrology[1]
Zygmunt Gorazdowski[346] 1 November 1845 1 January 1920 23 October 2005 by Pope Benedict XVI[41]
Zygmunt Szczęsny Feliński[347] 1 November 1822 17 September 1895 11 October 2009 by Pope Benedict XVI[168]

ArchangelsEdit

MartyrsEdit

Martyrs of NatalEdit

The Martyrs of Natal were a group of 30 Brazilian Catholics killed in northern Brazil by a group of Dutch Calvinists in 1645. They were canonized on 15 October 2017 by Pope Francis.[348] Those that were killed on 16 July 1645 were:

Those that were killed on 3 October 1645 were:

  • Ambrósio Francisco Ferro
  • Antônio Baracho
  • Antônio Vilela
  • Antônio Vilela Cid
  • Diogo Pereira
  • Estêvão Machado de Miranda
  • Francisco de Bastos
  • Francisco Mendes Pereira
  • João da Silveira
  • João Lostau Navarro
  • João Martins
  • José do Porto
  • Manuel Rodrigues de Moura
  • Mateus Moreira
  • Simão Correia
  • Vicente de Souza Pereira

The remaining unnamed twelve killed on 3 October 1645 were 7 lay companions of João Martins, the wife of Manuel Rodrigues de Moura, the daughter of Antônio Vilela, 2 daughters of Estêvão Machado de Miranda, and the daughter of Francisco Dias.[348]

Martyr Saints of ChinaEdit

The Martyr Saints of China were a group of 87 Chinese Catholics and 33 Western missionaries martyred from 1648 to 1930 because of their faith. They were canonized on 1 October 2000 by Pope John Paul II.[349] They are:

Vietnamese MartyrsEdit

The Vietnamese Martyrs were a group of 117 martyrs that were killed from 1745 to 1862 in Vietnam for their Catholic faith.[350] They were canonized on 19 June 1988 by Pope John Paul II[351]. They are:

Korean MartyrsEdit

The Korean Martyrs were a group of 103 martyrs that were killed from 1839 to 1866 in Korea for their Catholic faith. They were canonized on 6 May 1984 by Pope John Paul II.[352] They are:

See alsoEdit

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  161. ^ Fr. Charles of St. Andrew (1821 - 1893)
  162. ^ a b c d Canonization of then martyrs and two priests Cirilo Bertrán and eight companions, Inocencia de de la Inmaculada, Benedict Menni and Thomas of Cori
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  165. ^ Cristóbal Magallanes Jara Article in Spanish
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  167. ^ St Jozef Damien De Veuster (1840-1889)
  168. ^ a b c d e Eucharistic celebration for the canonization of five new saints
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  170. ^ Daniel Comboni (1831-1881)
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  172. ^ David Galván Bermúdez
  173. ^ David Roldán Lara Article in Spanish
  174. ^ David Uribe Velasco Article in Spanish
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  177. ^ Teresa Benedict of the Cross Edith Stein (1891-1942) nun, Discalced Carmelite, martyr
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  180. ^ a b c d Pope Francis Sets Canonization Date For Mother Teresa: Sept. 4
  181. ^ Euphrasia Eluvathingal
  182. ^ Bl. Euphrasia of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (1877-1952)
  183. ^ Visita pastorale a Messina ea reggio Calabria Canonizzazione della beata Eustochia Calafato Omelia di Giovanni Paolo II Messina - Sabato, 11 giugno 1988 vatican.va, article in Italian
  184. ^ SANTA MISA EN EL V CENTENARIO DE LA EVANGELIZACIÓN Y CANONIZACIÓN DEL BEATO EZEQUIEL MORENO Y DÍAZ HOMILÍA DEL SANTO PADRE JUAN PABLO II Faro a Colón, Santo Domingo Domingo 11 de octubre de 1992 Vatican.va, article in Spanish
  185. ^ Mary Faustina Kowalska 1905-1938 vatican.va, bibliography
  186. ^ Pope John Paul II, Homily for the Canonization of Sr Mary Faustina Kowalska, 30 April 2000.
  187. ^ Felix of Nicosia (1715-1787)
  188. ^ Filippo Smaldone (1848 – 1923)
  189. ^ a b Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini cabrini.edu, Cabrini University
  190. ^ July 7th is the 70th Anniversary of the Canonization of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini mothercabrini.org, Sr. Mary Louise Sullivan, July 8, 2016
  191. ^ How Mother Cabrini Became the First American Saint time.com,Lily Rothman, 6 July 2016
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  193. ^ a b c d May 11th - Saint Francis Jerome, SJ
  194. ^ St Francisco Coll y Guitart (1812-1875)
  195. ^ a b c d Catholic Church fast-tracks two early Quebec figures for sainthood Nationalpost.com
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  197. ^ Gaetano Catanoso (1879-1963)
  198. ^ Gaetano Errico (1791-1860)
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  200. ^ Geltrude Comensoli (1847-1903) Vatican.va
  201. ^ Genoveva Torres Morales
  202. ^ Blessed George Preca
  203. ^ "Gianna Beretta Molla (1922–1962)". Retrieved 26 June 2017.
  204. ^ a b c d Canonization of six new saints
  205. ^ Giovanni Antonio Farina
  206. ^ Saint Giovanni Calabria
  207. ^ St. Giovanni Calabria
  208. ^ a b c Four women to be canonized alongside John Henry Newman
  209. ^ a b c d e f g Pope to canonize Newman and four others on 13 October
  210. ^ Giulia Salzano (1846 -1929) Vatican.va, Page 63-76
  211. ^ Il Santo della Provvidenza: San Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo donorioneitalie.it, 1 May 2016, text in Italian
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  213. ^ Message of John Paul II to the society of the priests of St Joseph Benedict Cottolengo
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  215. ^ Mulder-Bakker, Anneke B. (2003). The Invention of Saintliness. Routledge. p. 67. ISBN 978-1-134-49865-9.
  216. ^ First Indian canonized is East Indians' patron saint timesofindia, 6 February 2013
  217. ^ Wogan, Peter (2018). Magical Writing In Salasaca: Literacy And Power In Highland Ecuador. Routledge. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-429-96766-5.
  218. ^ D'Mello, Ashley, "St Gonsalo Garcia: The 1st Indian saint", The Times of India, October 13, 2008
  219. ^ Saint Gummarus
  220. ^ Jones, Paul Anthony (2019). The Cabinet of Linguistic Curiosities: A Yearbook of Forgotten Words. University of Chicago Press. p. 285. ISBN 978-0-226-64670-1.
  221. ^ Umile Da Bisignano (1582 – 1637)
  222. ^ Ignatius of Santhià (1686 – 1770)
  223. ^ Teresa Eustochio Verzeri (1801-1852)
  224. ^ Alphonsa of the Immaculate Conception (1910-1946)
  225. ^ a b Irma Dulce, Nun of the Poor, Becomes 1st Brazilian Woman Saint
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  228. ^ Saint Jan Sarkander Article in French
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  233. ^ St Mary of the Cross Jugan (1792-1879)
  234. ^ Jenaro Sánchez Delgadillo Article in Spanish
  235. ^ Jesús Méndez Montoya Article in Spanish
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  239. ^ Canonization of John Nepomucene Neumann, Homily of Paul VI, Sunday, 19 June 1977 vatican.va
  240. ^ CANONIZACIÓN DEL BEATO JUAN DE ÁVILA vatican.va, article in Spanish
  241. ^ Mass for the canonization of blessed John of Dukla
  242. ^ Solenne canonizzazione in San Pietro del beato Giovanni Ogilvie vatican.va, article in Italian
  243. ^ José Isabel Flores Varela Article in Spanish
  244. ^ José Maria de Yermo y Parres Article in Spanish
  245. ^ José María Robles Hurtado Article in Spanish
  246. ^ JOSÉ MARÍA RUBIO Y PERALTA (1864-1929)
  247. ^ JOSEMARÍA ESCRIVÁ DE BALAGUER
  248. ^ JOSEMARÍA ESCRIVÁ DE BALAGUER CANONIZATION 6 October 2002
  249. ^ Josemaría Escrivá Chronology of the Cause for Canonization
  250. ^ Josep Manyanet y Vives (1833-1901)
  251. ^ Biography of St. Joseph Freinademetz
  252. ^ a b c Joseph Freinademetz (1852-1908)
  253. ^ Giuseppe Marello (1844-1895)
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  256. ^ Joseph Bilczewski (1860-1923)
  257. ^ Joseph Sebastian Pelczar (1842-1924)
  258. ^ a b c d Canonization of four new saints
  259. ^ Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin (1474-1548)
  260. ^ Saragoza, Alex (2012). Mexico Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic. ABC-CLIO. p. 95. ISBN 978-0-313-34948-5.
  261. ^ Canonization of St. Julie Billiart (1751-1816) Movie showing the canonization of St. Julie Billiart
  262. ^ The foundress of the sisters of Notre Dame de Namur hebostonpilot.com, Thomas Lester, 11 May 2018
  263. ^ Julio Álvarez Mendoza Article in Spanish
  264. ^ Mubiru, Charles Lwanga (2012). The Uganda Martyrs and the Need for Appropriate Role Models in Adolescents' Moral Formation: As Seen from the Traditional African Education. LIT Verlag Münster. p. 128. ISBN 978-3-643-90142-2.
  265. ^ Kuriakose Elias Chavara
  266. ^ Canonizzazione di don Leanardo Murialdo vatican.va, article in Italian
  267. ^ Léonie Françoise De Sales Aviat (1844-1914)
  268. ^ Cappella papale XXIX domenica del tempo ordinario santa messa celebrata dal santo padre Francesco con il rito della canonizzazione Ludovico Martin e Maria Azelia Guérin (1823-1894; 1831-1877) vatican.va, p.20-23
  269. ^ a b c d Holy mass and canonization of the blesseds: Vincenzo Grossi, Mary of the Immaculate conception, Ludovico Martin and Maria Azelia Guérin, Homily of his holiness Pope Francis Saint Peter's Square 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 18 October 2015 vatican.va
  270. ^ Ludovico of Casoria
  271. ^ Luigi Orione (1872-1940)
  272. ^ Luigi Scrosoppi (1804 - 1884)
  273. ^ Solenne canonizzazione di Maddalena di Canossa Omelia Di Giovanni Paolo II Piazza San Pietro - Domenica, 2 ottobre 1988 vatican.va, 2 October 1988, article in Italian
  274. ^ MARÍA MARAVILLAS DE JESÚS (1891-1974)
  275. ^ a b Marcellin Joseph Benoît Champagnat (1789-1840) priest, of the Society of Mary, Founder of the Institute of the Little Brothers of Mary (Marist Brothers)
  276. ^ Mary Bernard (Verena) Bütler (1848-1924)
  277. ^ St Maria Crescentia Höss (1682-1744)
  278. ^ Cappella papale XXIX domenica del tempo ordinario santa messa celebrata dal santo padre Francesco con il rito della canonizzazione MARIA DELL’IMMACOLATA CONCEZIONE (1926-1998) vatican.va, p.8-11
  279. ^ Maria De Mattias (1805 - 1866)
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  281. ^ Canonizzazione di Maria Soledad Torres Acosta vatican.va, article in Italian
  282. ^ Blessed Marie Eugenie of Jesus (1817 - 1898)
  283. ^ Mary of the cross MacKillop (1842 -1909) Vatican.va, Page 45-62
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  285. ^ Narcisa de Jesús Martillo Morán (1832-1869)
  286. ^ Thomas of Villanova - 450 years and Nicholas of Tolentine - 700 years An Exhibit commemorating two Augustinian Saints Villanova University, Falvey Memorial Library, August 15-September 30, 2005
  287. ^ St Nimatullah Youssef Kassab Al-Hardini (1808-1858)
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  290. ^ St Paola Elisabetta (Costanza Cerioli) (1816-1865)
  291. ^ a b c d St. Paul Miki and the 26 Martyrs of Japan, feast day Feb. 6 catholicnewsherald.com, 31 January 2020
  292. ^ Paula Montal Fornés De San José De Calasanz (1799-1889)
  293. ^ Paulina do Coração Agonizante de Jesus (1865 – 1942)
  294. ^ Pedro Poveda Castroverde (1874-1936)
  295. ^ Who was St. Peter Claver, whose tomb the Pope will visit this week?
  296. ^ a b Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament – Part 2: Saint Peter Julian Eymard missionmagazine.com, Rich May, 30 December 2017
  297. ^ ST. Peter Julian Eymard, priest founder of the sacramentini vaticannews.va
  298. ^ St Peter de Betancurt (1626-1667)
  299. ^ Padre Pio da Pietrelcina
  300. ^ Office for the liturgical celebrations of the supreme pontiff, canonizations-beatifications, Canonization (June 16, 2002) vatican.va
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