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The history of the Church is full of many female / women Catholic saints, who received recognition for great deeds or meritorious conduct. Many lost their lives in defense of the faith, while others were themselves the mothers of important saints. Many were also honored for their contributions to the Church and their community.

Female / Women Saints


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St. Abigail St. Ada St. Adalsindis St. Adalsindis St. Adela St. Adela St. Adela St. Adelaide St. Adelaide St. Adelaide of Bellich St. Adele St. Adelina Bl. Adeline St. Adeloga St. Adrian St. Afra St. Agape St. Agatha St. Agatha Kwon Chin-i St. Agatha St. Agatha Lin St. Agathoclia St. Agia St. Agia St. Agilberta St. Agnes St. Agnes of Assisi St. Agnes of Bohemia St. Agnes De St. Agnes of Assisi St. Agnes of Bohemia St. Agnes of Montepulciano St. Agnes of Poitiers St. Agnes of Rome Bl. Agnes Takea Bl. Agnes Tsao-Kou Ying St. Agrippina Bl. Alberto Marvelli St. Albina St. Alburga St. Aldegunais St. Aldo St. Alena Bl. Alexandrina Maria da Costa St. Aleydis St. Alfreda Bl. Alix Le Clercq St. Alkeld St. Almedha St. Alodia St. Amabilis St. Amalberga St. Amata Bl. Amata St. Amelberga St. Amelberga St. Amelberga St. Amunia St. Anastasia St. Anastasia II St. Anastasia III St. Anastasia Patricia St. Anastasia the Patrician St. Anatolia St. Angadresma St. Angela Merici Bl. Angela of Foligno St. Angelo Sts. Joachim and Anne Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerick Bl. Anne of Saint Bartholomew St. Anne St. Anne Bl. Anne Jahouvey St. Anne Line Bl. Anne Mary Taigi Bl. Annunciata Cocchetti St. Anstrudis St. Anthusa St. Anthusa the Younger Bl. Antoinette Roussel St. Anysia St. Apollinaris Syncletica St. Apollonia St. Apronia St. Aquilina St. Aquilina Bl. Archangela Girlani St. Archelais and Companions St. Arilda St. Arthelais St. Ascelina Bl. Ascension of the Heart of Jesus Nicol Goni St. Asella St. Asteria St. Athanasia of Aegina St. Attalia St. Attracta St. Augusta St. Aurea St. Aurea St. Aurea St. Aurea St. Aurelia of Strasbourg St. Austreberta St. Ava St. Balda St. Baldegundis St. Barbara St. Bartholomea Capitanjo St. Basilissa St. Basilissa St. Basilla St. Bathildis St. Beatrice da Silva Meneses St. Beatrix da Silva St. Bega St. Begga St. Belina St. Benedicta St. Benedicta St. Benezet Bl. Berka Zdislava St. Berlinda St. Bernadette St. Bernadette Soubirous St. Bernardine of Siena St. Bertha St. Bertha of Kent St. Bertha of Val d'Or St. Bertha of Artois St. Bertilia St. Bertilia St. Bertilla Boscardin St. Bertoara St. Bibiana St. Bichier St. Bilhild St. Blaesilla St. Blandina St. Blath St. Bonifacia Rodriguez y Castro St. Breaca St. Bridget St. Bridget of Sweden St. Brigid St. Brigid of Ireland St. Bronach St. Buriana St. Caellainn St. Caesarea St. Caesaria St. Caesarn St. Camilla St. Candida St. Candida St. Candida St. Candida Maria of Jesus St. Candida the Elder St. Cannera St. Carissima Bl. Caritas Brader Carmelite Nuns of Compiegne St. Carmen St. Casilda of Toledo Bl. Caspar and Mary Vaz Bl. Caterina Cittadini Bl. Catherine of Pallanza St. Catherine of Alexandria St. Catherine of Bologna St. Catherine de Ricci St. Catherine Laboure St. Catherine of Sweden St. Catherine of Siena St. Cecilia St. Celine St. Cera St. Charitina St. Charity St. Chelidonia St. Christina Bl. Christina Visconti St. Cinnia St. Clare St. Clare of Montefalco Bl. Clare of Rimini St. Claudia St. Claudine Thevenet St. Cleopatra St. Clotilde St. Clotsindis St. Cocca St. Cocha St. Cointha St. Colette St. Columba the Virgin St. Columba of Spain St. Columba of Sens St. Connat St. Consortia St. Cunegundes St. Cunera St. Cuthburga St. Cyriaca St. Cyriaca & Companions St. Damhnade St. Darerca of Ireland St. Darulagdach Bl. Delphina St. Demetria St. Desiderius St. Devota Bl. Diana St. Digna St. Digna & Emerita St. Dionysia St. Dionysia Bl. Dolores Rodriguez Sopena Bl. Dolores Rodriguez Sopena St. Domnina of Terni St. Dorothy St. Dorothy of Montau St. Dula St. Dulcissima St. Dymphna St. Eanfleda St. Eanswida St. Ebba St. Ebba the Younger St. Ebba St. Edana St. Edburga St. Edburga of Bicester St. Edburga of Winchester St. Edith of Polesworth St. Edith Stein St. Edith of Wilton St. Edwen St. Einhildis & Roswinda St. Elfleda St. Elfleda St. Elfleda St. Elgiva of Shaftesbury St. Elined St. Elizabeth St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. Elizabeth of Hungary St. Elizabeth of Schonau St. Elizabeth of Portugal St. Elizabeth Rose
St. Emerentiana St. Emiliana Bl. Emily Bicchieri St. Emily de Rodat St. Emily de Vialar St. Emma St. Encratia St. Endellion St. Epicharis St. Epiphania of Pavia St. Ercongotha St. Eremberta St. Erentrude St. Erentrudis St. Erfyl St. Ergnad St. Ermelinda St. Ermenberga St. Ermengild St. Ermengytha St. Etheidreda St. Etheidwitha St. Ethelburga Sts. Ethelburga, Ercongota, and Sethrida St. Ethelburga St. Ethelburga of Barking St. Ethelgitha St. Ethelgiva St. Ethelreda (Audrey) St. Eugenia St. Eugenia St. Eulalia of Merida Sts. Eulampius and Eulampia St. Euphrosyne St. Euphrosyne of Polotsk St. Eurgain St. Eurosia St. Eusebia St. Eusebia Bl. Eusebia Palomino Yenes St. Eusebia St. Eusebia St. Eustadiola Bl. Eustochium St. Eustochium St. Eustochium Calafato St. Eutropia Bl. Eva of Liege St. Everild St. Exuperantia St. Fabiola St. Faith St. Faith St. Fanchea St. Fara St. Faustina Kowalska St. Febronia St. Felicitas of Rome Sts. Perpetua and Felicity St. Felicula St. Fina St. Flavia Domitilla St. Flora St. Flora & Mary St. Florentina St. Foila St. Franca Visalta St. Frances Bizzocca Bl. Frances Brideau St. Frances de Croissy St. Frances Xavier Cabrini St. Frideswide St. Galla St. Gaudentia St. Gebetrude St. Gemma Galgani St. Genevieve St. Georgia St. Georgia St. Germana Cousin St. Gertrude St. Gertrude of Hamage St. Gertrude of Nivelles St. Gianna Beretta Molla St. Gibitrudis Bl. Giuseppe "Pino" Puglis St. Gladys St. Glodesind St. Gobnata St. Godebertha St. Gorgonia St. Grata St. Grimonia Our Lady of Guadalupe St. Gudelia St. Gudula St. Gundelindis St. Gundenis St. Gwen Sts. Harlindis and Relindis Bl. Haseka (Hazeka) St. Hedwig St. Hedwig of Poland St. Helena St. Helena St. Helen of Skovde St. Helen of Skovde St. Heliconis St. Hereswitha St. Hermione St. Hieu St. Hilaria St. Hilda St. Hilda of Whitby St. Hildegarde St. Hildegard of Bingen St. Hildegund St. Hildelitba St. Hildemarca St. Honorata St. Humbeline St. Humilitas St. Hunegund St. Hunna St. Hyacinth St. Ia St. Ia of Cornwall Bl. Ida of Louvain St. Illuminata Bl. Imelda St. Imma Bl. Inez St. Ingrid of Sweden St. Irais St. Irenaeus and Mustiola St. Irene St. Irene St. Irene of Tomar St. Irmina St. Isabel of France St. Isberga St. Isidora St. Isidora the Simple St. Ita St. Jane Antide Thouret St. Jeanne-Elisabeth Bichier de Ages St. Jane Frances de Chantal Bl. Jane Gerald St. Jeanne Jugan St. Jessica Sts. Joachim and Anne St. Joan of Arc St. Joan de Lestonnac St. Joanna St. Joan of Valois Bl. John Roche & Margaret Ward Bl. Josaphata Michaelina Hordashevska St. Josephine Bakhita Bl. Josephine Leroux Bl. Juana Maria Condesa Lluch St. Jucunda St. Jude Thaddaeus St. Julia Bl. Julia Salzano St. Julia Maria Ledóchowska St. Juliana of Nicomedia St. Juliana Falconieri St. Julian of Bologna St. Juliana of Cumae St. Juliana of Norwich St. Juliana of Pavilly St. Julia Billiart St. Julia of Merida St. Julie Billiart Bl. Juliette Verolot St. Julitta St. Justa and Rufina St. Justina of Padua St. Jutta St. Kateri Tekakwitha St. Katharine Drexel St. Kennera St. Kennocha St. Kentigerna St. Kevoca St. Keyne St. Kiara St. Kinga of Poland St. Kinnia St. Kundegunda St. Kyneburga, Kyneswide, & Tibba St. Landrada St. Lasar St. Laura St. Laura of Saint Catherine of Siena St. Laura Bl. Laura Vicuna St. Lea St. Lelia St. Leo & Juliana St. Leocrita St. Liberata St. Limbania St. Lioba St. Louise de Marillac St. Louis of Omura St. Lucy Bl. Lucy Bl. Lucy Chakichi Bl. Lucy de Freitas St. Lucy Filippini St. Lutgardis St. Luthfild St. Luthgard St. Lybe St. Lydia Purpuraria St. Lydwine St. Macra St. Macrina the Elder St. Macrina the Younger St. Madalberta St. Madeleine Brideau St. Madeleine Lidoine St. Madeline Sophie Barat St. Manechildis St. Marcella St. Marcella St. Marcellina St. Marciana of Mauretania St. Marciana St. Margaret of Antioch St. Margaret Bourgeoys St. Margaret Fontana St. Margaret of Antioch Bl. Margaret of Castello Bl. Margaret of Citta-di-Castello St. Margaret Clitherow St. Margaret of Cortona St. Margaret Mary Alacoque St. Margaret of England St. Margaret of Hungary Bl. Margaret Pole St. Margaret of Scotland St. Margaret the Barefooted St. Marguerite Bourgeoys St. Marguerite d'Youville Bl. Maria Candida of the Eucharist Bl. Maria Christina Brando Bl. Maria Guadalupe Garcia Zavala Bl. Maria Ludovica de Angelis

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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton was the first native born American to be canonized by the Catholic Church. Born two years before the American Revolution, Elizabeth grew up in the upper class of ... continue reading | shop

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St. Thomas Aquinas

Thomas is believed to have been born in the castle of Roccasecca in the old county of the Kingdom of Sicily, which is now known as the Lazio region of Italy, in 1225. His parents were ... continue reading | shop

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St. Elizabeth

What we know of St. Elizabeth comes from the Gospel, the book of Luke, in particular. In Luke, Elizabeth, a daughter of the line of Aaron, and the wife of Zacharias, was "righteous before ... continue reading | shop

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St. Bridget

St. Bridget arrived in Ireland a few years after St. Patrick. Her father was an Irish lord named Duptace. As Bridget grew up, she became holier and more pious each day. She loved the poor and would often bring food and clothing to them. One day she gave away a ... continue reading

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St. Michael the Archangel

Saint Michael the Archangel isn't a saint, but rather he is an angel, and the leader of all angels and of the army of God. This is what the title "Archangel" means, that he is above all the others in rank. St. Michael has four main responsibilities or offices, as we ... continue reading



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St. Maria Josefa Sancho de Guerra

Maria Josefa Sancho de Guerra (Maria Josefa of the Heart of Jesus, September 7, 1842 - March 20, 1912) was a Spanish nun, founder of the Institute of the Servants of Jesus charity and declared a saint by the Catholic Church in 2000. Born in 1842 in the city of ... continue reading

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St. Colette

Colette was the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby Abbey in Picardy, France. She was born on January 13, christened Nicolette, and called Colette. Orphaned at seventeen, she distributed her inheritance to the poor. She became a Franciscan tertiary, and ... continue reading



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Image of Irenaeus of Lyon wrote these words - The glory of God gives life; those who see God receive life. For this reason, God-who cannot be grasped, comprehended, or seen-allows Himself to be seen, comprehended, and grasped by men, that He may give life to those who see and receive Him. It is impossible to live without life, and the actualization of life comes from participation in God, while participation in God is to see God and enjoy His goodness.

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This great defender of the faith insisted on the central claim of Christianity: God can be known and loved-indeed, that is why He came into our midst in the person of His Son; so that through a  relationship with Jesus Christ, man could participate in the very ... continue reading

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