Catholic Saints

Catholic Saints M-R Index

Roman Catholic Saints M-R Index

The S- Z of the names of Roman Catholic Saints provides access to a page dedicated to the Roman Catholic Saint about which you wish to obtain history, facts and information. The history, facts and information includes the lives of the Saint, the death, their Feast Day and even how many of the Saints are depicted, or represented in Christian Art and the paintings of Roman Catholic Saints.

The Saints detailed in the section entitled Roman Catholic Saints M-R include those used by many Catholics in America in the 1900's and information about their lives are taken from the Lives of the Saints by Alban Butler which was taken from the Benziger Brothers edition of the book published in 1894.

List of Names of Saints A-Z Index

The following links provides access to the full list of names of saints whose lives are detailed on this website.

List of Names of Saints A-Z Index
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Roman Catholic Saints

Roman Catholic Saints M-R Index
The following alphabetical list and index provides the names of the Roman Catholic Saints in this category and in some case a description detailing whether the Saints were Martrys, Popes, Bishops, Kings Priests or Confessors to enable ease of identification.

Roman Catholic Saints M-R

Saint Macarius of Alexandria
Saint Magloire, Bishop
Saint Malachi, Bishop
Saint Mammertus, Archbishop
Saint Marcella, Widow
Saint Marcellinus, Bishop
Saint Marcellus, the Centurion, Martyr
Saint Margaret, Virgin and Martyr
Saint Margaret of Scotland
Saint Mark, Evangelist
Saint Martha, Virgin
Saint Martin of Tours
Saint Martin, Pope
Saint Mary Magdalen
Saint Mary Magdalen of Pazzi
Saint Mary of Egypt
Saint Matthew, Apostle
Saint Matthias, Apostle
Saint Maud, Queen
Saint Maximus, Bishop
Saint Medard, Bishop
Saint Mello, Bishop
Saint Mesmin
Saint Michael, Archangel
Saint Monica

Saint Narcissus, Bishop

Roman Catholic Saints M-R Names Index - Canonization
Saint is a term used in Christian religions used to describe a person who is perceived of being an example of great holiness and virtue and considered capable of interceding with God on behalf of a person who prayed to them. A person who has died and has been declared a saint by canonization. Only the Roman Catholic Church has an official process for creating saints. There are two main categories of Roman Catholic saints: martyrs and confessors. A Christian martyr is regarded as one who is put to death for his Christian faith or convictions. Confessors are Roman Catholic Saints who died natural deaths.

Saint Nemesion, Martyr
Saint Nicasius, Archbishop
Saint Nicholas of Bari
Saint Nicholas of Tolentino
Saint Norbert, Bishop
Saint Odo of Cluny
Saint Olympias, Widow
Saint Omer, Bishop
Saint Onesimus, Disciple of St Paul
Saint Oswald, Bishop
Saint Pachomius, Abbot
Saint Palladius of the Scots
Saint Pamphilus, Martyr
Saint Pantaenus, Father of the Church
Saint Pantaleon, Martyr
Saint Paphnutius, Bishop
Saint Paschal Baylon
Saint Paternus, Bishop
Saint Patrick of Ireland, Bishop
Saint Paul
Saint Paul of the Cross
Saint Paulinus of Nola
Saint Perpetuus, Bishop
Saint Peter Celestine
Saint Peter Claver
Saint Peter Damian
Saint Peter of Alcantara
Saint Peter of Alexandria, Bishop, Martyr

Roman Catholic Saints M-R Index
The content of this section of the website, the Roman Catholic Saints M-R Index, provides details of all the Roman Catholic Saints including details, facts and information about the Roman Catholic Saints. Many Roman Catholic Saints are included in the Catholics Saints M-R Index with a story about the life and death of the saint with lots of facts, history and information about their lives and their deaths. The section dedicated to Roman Catholic Saints describes why a saint is associated as a special patron of a cause, country or profession and facts and information about each Saint's Feast Day from the Catholic liturgical year.

Roman Catholic Saints M-R Names Index - Feast Days
There are Roman Catholic Saints for practically every day of the year and these are referred to as the Feast Days. What is the origin and meaning of the Roman Catholic Saint's Feast Days? Most saints have specially designated feast days which are associated with a specific day of the year and these are referred to as the saint's feast day which is detailed in the Roman Catholic Saints M-R Index. The Roman Catholic Saint's feast days first arose from the very early Christian custom of the annual commemoration of martyrs on the dates of their deaths, at the same time celebrating their birth into heaven. Eventually, as time passed, practically every day of the year had at least one saint who was commemorated on that date - a Roman Catholic Saint of the day.

Saint Peter of Luxemburg
Saint Peter, Apostle
Saint Petronilla, Virgin
Saint Philip Benizi
Saint Philip Neri
Saint Philogonius, Bishop
Saint Pius V
Saint Placid, Martyr
Saint Polycarp, Bishop, Martyr
Saint Porphyry, Bishop
Saint Quintin, Martyr
Saint Radegundes, Queen
Saint Raymund Nonnatus
Saint Raymund of Pennafort
Saint Remigius, Bishop
Saint Richard of Chichester
Saint Robert of Newminster
Saint Romanus, Martyr
Saint Romuald, Abbot
Saint Rosalia, Virgin
Saint Rose of Lima
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