The content of this Catholic Saints website provides details of all the Roman Catholic Saints including details, facts and information about the Catholic Patron Saints. Every Roman Catholic Saint is included in the Catholics Saints A- 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 Catholic Patron Saints describes why a saint is associated as a special patron of a cause, country or profession. The Catholic Saint of the Day section provides day to day, month by month, facts and information about each Saint's Feast Day from the Catholic liturgical year. Roman Catholic Saints also provides fast facts including a full list of Saints names, a list of the names of Female Catholic Saints, a list of the names of Patron Saints and their causes.
Story, Facts and Information about the lives of Roman Catholic Saints
The A- Z of the names of Roman Catholic Saints ( split into Catholic Saints A - G, H - L, M - R and S - Z ) provides access to a page dedicated to the Catholic Saint about which you wish to obtain history, facts and information. The history, facts and information includes the life of the Saint, the death, their Feast Day and how each of the Patron Saints are depicted, or represented in Christian Art.
Catholic Patron Saints
This section contains the history, facts and information including the life of the Catholic Patron Saint, the death, their Feast Day and how each of the Catholic Patron Saints are depicted, or represented in Christian Art. What is the definition of the Catholic Patron Saints and why they were chosen to become patrons of causes, professions and countries? What are the Meanings, definition and origins? Catholic Patron Saints are those who are considered to be a defender of a specific group of people or of a nation. There are patron saints for virtually every cause, profession or special interest. Prayers are considered more likely to be answered by asking a saint for intercession on their behalf.
Catholic Saint of the Day
There is a Catholic Saint for practically every day of the year and these are referred to as the Feast Days. What is the origin and meaning of 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. The 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 Saint of the day.
Catholic Saints Prayers
We have a prayer for each of the Apostles of Jesus Christ. Our selection of Prayers to Catholic Saints include those to Saint Dymphna, Saint Anthony for Lost Articles, Saint Jude, Saint Anthony, Saint Joseph, Saint Michael, Saint Valentine, Saint Francis, Saint Anne, Saint Michael the Archangel, Saint Bernadette and Saint Raphael.
This section of the website provides a selection and list of Catholic Prayers. The list of Prayers cover many different occasions - short, simple and traditional Catholic Prayers which are suitable for the whole family. There are Traditional Catholic Prayers include Prayers such as Ave Maria, Pater Noster, Ave Verum Corpus, Blessing for Meals, Domine Iesu Christe and the Rex gloriae. Prayers to the Virgin Mary include Hail, Holy Queen, Immaculate Mary, The Hail Mary and the Prayer in Honor of Mary. Catholic Prayers for Special occasions include Advent, Ascension, Ash Wednesday, Easter, Epiphany, Communion, Lent, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Rosary Prayers. Prayers against evil, for strength, patience and serenity. Prayers for healing, teenagers, thanksgiving, family. teachers, the deceased, for Christenings and Baptism and for Funerals, Marriages and Weddings.
Christian symbols were adopted to enable people, who adhered to the same Christian religion, to understand the meaning of a Christian or Catholic symbol regardless of understanding the written word or whatever country they were in. Christian symbols or, symbolism, provide clear graphic illustrations which represent people, saints and items of religious significance. Understanding the significance of Christian symbols and symbolism enables a greater understanding of Christian Art, Stained glass images and Architecture
Additional Information on Catholic Saints
Additional Information on Roman Catholic Saints provides fast, concise facts and lists including a full list of Saints names, a list of the names of Female Catholic Saints, a list of the names of Catholic Patron Saints and their causes sorted by Catholic Patron Saints of Countries, Patron Saints of Professions and Patron Saints of Causes. Facts and information is also provided regarding All Saints Day, Candlemas Day, Christmas, Advent and Thanksgiving.
Some valuable information on this website is taken from Benziger Brothers edition of the Lives of the Saints, by Alban Butler published in 1894.
- Names of famous Roman Catholic Saints
- A - Z Names List Index of Roman Catholic Saints
- History, Life, Biography, Facts and Information
- List of Names of Roman Catholic Patron Saints
- Catholic Saint of the Day
- Additional Information on Catholic Saint
- Saints History, Life, Biography, Facts and Information
- List of Names of Catholic Patron Saint
- Definition of a Saint
- Definition of a Catholic Saint, Martyr and Martyrdom