St. Serapion the Scholastic (died c.365-370) was a Bishop and head of the famed Catechetical School of Alexandria, Egypt, also known as Serapion of...
Twin martyrs Cosmas & Damian, revered Christian healers, faced persecution under Diocletian. Patrons of medicine, their legacy is celebrated in art and venerated relics.
Saint Finbar, noted for his "white hair", founded Cork's first monastery. Celebrated for his teachings and miracles, legend claims the sun shone for two weeks posthumously.
Padre Pio, born Francesco in 1887, bore stigmata and exhibited mystical gifts. Canonized in 2002, he remains an influential figure in the Catholic Church's history.