Catholic Saints

Catholic Saints S-Z Index

Roman Catholic Saints S-Z Names 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 A-G 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

Female Catholic Saints

Female Patron Saints

Roman Catholic Saints S-Z Names 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 S-Z

Saint Sabas, Abbot
Saint Sabinus, Bishop
Saint Saturninus, Martyr
Saint Scholastica, Abbess
Saint Sebastian. Martyr
Saint Seraphia, Virgin and Martyr
Saint Serenus, a Gardener, Martyr
Saint Servulus
Saint Severianus, Martyr, Bishop
Saint Severinus of Agaunum, Abbot
Saint Simeon Stylites
Saint Simeon, Bishop, Martyr
Saint Simon Stock
Saint Simplicius, Pope
Saint Soter, Pope, Martyr
Saint Stanislas Kostka
Saint Stanislas, Bishop, Martyr
Saint Stephen the First Martyr
Saint Stephen, King
Saint Sylvester, Pope
Saint Symphorian, Martyr
Saint Tarachus and his Companions
Saint Tarasius
Saint Teresa
Saint Thecla, Virgin and Martyr
Saint Theodore Tyro, Martyr

Roman Catholic Saints S-Z 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. 

Roman Catholic Saints S-Z Index
The content of this section of the website, the Roman Catholic Saints S-Z 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 S- Z 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.

Saint Theodoret, Martyr
Saint Theodosius, The Cenobiarch
Saint Thomas Aquinas
Saint Thomas of Canterbury
Saint Thomas of Villanova
Saint Thomas, Apostle
Saint Timothy, Bishop, Martyr
Saint Titus, Bishop
Saint Ursula, Virgin and Martyr
Saint Valentine, Priest and Martyr
Saint Valery, Abbot. Saint Finian, Bishop
Saint Venantius, Martyr
Venerable Bede
Saint Veronica of Milan
Saint Victor. Martyr
Saint Vincent Ferrer
Saint Vincent of Paul
Saint Vincent, Martyr
Saint Vitalis, Martyr
Saint Wenceslas, Martyr
Saint Wilfrid, Bishop
Saint William, Archbishop
Saint Willibrord
Saint Wulfran, Archbishop
Saint Yvo, Confessor
Saint Zachary, Pope
Saint Zephyrinus, Pope and Martyr
Saint Zita, Virgin

Roman Catholic Saints S-Z 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 S-Z 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.

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