Saint Kateri Tekakwitha

Virgin Saint Kateri Tekakwitha was a Mohawk-Algonquian woman from New York. She is called "Lily of the Mohawks."

Saint Henry

Saint Henry was a German king and Holy Roman Emperor. He is the patron saint of the childless, of Dukes, of the handicapped, and of those rejected by Religious Order.

Saint Veronica

Saint Veronica wiped the face of Jesus Christ with her while He was on the way to Calvary carrying His Cross. According to tradition, the cloth was imprinted with the image of Christ's face.

Saint Benedict

Saint Benedict of Nursia was an abbot. He is the founder of Western Monasticism and the patron saint of Europe.

Saint Veronica Giuliani

A devoted nun who received the stigmata, persevered through trials, and served selflessly. Canonized in 1839 for her unwavering faith.

Saint Augustine Zhao Rong and Companions

Chinese soldier Augustine Zhao Rong, martyred in 1815 with Bishop Dufresse, among 120 martyrs from 1648-1930.

Saints Aquila and Priscilla

Paul met Priscilla and Aquila in Corinth around 50 AD; they were tentmakers expelled from Rome by Emperor Claudius.

Pope Saint Benedict XI

He was the author of a volume of sermons and commentaries on a part of the Gospel of Saint Matthew, the Psalms, the Book of Job and the Apocalypse.

Saint Maria Goretti

Saint Maria Goretti, an Italian tenant farmer's daughter, forgave her attacker before dying at age 11; her killer attended her canonization.

Saint Anthony Zaccaria

Saint Anthony Mary Zaccaria, founder of the Barnabites, was a zealous preacher and pivotal figure in the Counter-Reformation.