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St. Dabamoth (Dibamonia) St. Dabius St. Dadas St. Dafrosa St. Dagobert II St. Daig Maccairaill St. Dalasina St. Dallan St. Dalmatius of Pavia St. Dalmatius of Constantinople St. Dalmatius of Rodez St. Damalius St. Damasus Pope Saint Damasus I Damasus II St. Damhnade St. Damian St. Damian St. Damianus St. Damianus Nam Myong-hyog St. Damien of Molokai St. Damien Nam Myong-hyok Bl. Damien Yamiki St. Daniel St. Daniel St. Daniel of Padua St. Daniel St. Daniel St. Daniel St. Daniel Bl. Daniel Brottier St. Daniel Comboni Bl. Daniel Karmasz St. Daniel the Stylite St. Darerca of Ireland St. Daria St. Darius St. Darulagdach St. Dasius St. Dasius St. Dathus St. Datianus St. Datius St. Datius St. Dacius St. Dativus St. Dativus St. Datus St. David St. David I of Scotland St. David Bl. David Galvan Bermudez Bl. David Gonson St. David of Sweden Bl. David Oghlou David Bl. David Roldan-Lara Bl. David Uribe-Velasco St. Davinus St. Day St. Declan St. Decorosus St. Decuman St. Deicola St. Deifer St. Deiniol Bl. Delphina St. Delphinus St. Demetria St. Demetrian St. Demetrius St. Demetrius St. Demetrius St. Demetrius St. Demetrius St. Demetrius St. Demetrius of Thessaloniki St. Democritus St. Demonsia St. Denecutia Sts. Denis, Rusticus, and Eleutherius St. Dentlin St. Deochar St. Deodatus St. Deodatus St. Deodatus St. Deodatus St. Deodatus St. Deodatus of Nevers St. Deodatus Bl. Deogracias Palacios and Companions St. Deogratius St. Derferl-Gadarn St. Dermot St. Desideratus St. Desideratus St. Desideratus St. Desideratus St. Desiderius St. Desiderius St. Desiderius of Auxerre St. Desiderius of Cahors St. Desiderius St. Deusdedit of Canterbury St. Deusdedit St. Deusdedit St. Deusdedit St. Deusdedit St. Pope Deusdedit St. Devinicus St. Devniolin St. Devota St. Diaconus Bl. Diana St. Diarmaid St. Dichu St. Dictinus St. Didacus Bl. Didacus Carvalho St. Didier St. Didier St. Didymus Bl. Diego De Avezedo Bl. Diego Luis de San Vitores Bl. Diego Oddi Bl. Diego Ventaja Milan St. Digain St. Digna St. Digna & Emerita St. Diman Bl. Dimbalac Oghlou Wartavar Bl. Dina Belanger St. Dingad St. Diodorus St. Diodorus St. Diodorus St. Diodorus & Marianus St. Diomedes St. Diomedes St. Diomma St. Dionysia St. Dionysia St. Dionysius St. Dionysius St. Dionysius St. Dionysius
St. Dionysius St. Dionysius St. Dionysius St. Dionysius the Areopagite St. Dionysius St. Dionysius St. Dionysius Bl. Dionysius St. Dionysius the Deacon Bl. Dionysius Fugishima St. Dionysius the Great of Alexandria St. Dionysius of Alexandria St. Dionysius of Augsburg St. Dionysius of Corinth St. Dionysius of Milan St. Pope Dionysius Dionysius the Presbyter St. Dionysius Sebuggwao St. Dioscorides St. Dioscorus St. Dioscorus St. Dioscurus St. Dioscurus St. Disibod St. Dismas St. Diuma St. Dochow St. Dodo St. Dodolinus St. Dogfan St. Dogmael St. Doletatulus Bl. Dolores Rodriguez Sopena Bl. Dolores Rodriguez Sopena St. Domangard Bl. Domenico Lentini St. Dominator St. Domingo Hanh Van Nguyen St. Domingo Nicolas Dat Dinh St. Domingo Ibanez de Erquicia Bl. Domingo Iturrate Zubero St. Dominic St. Dominic Mao Trong Ha and Companions St. Dominic St. Dominica Dominican Martyrs of Vietnam St. Dominic de la Calzada St. Dominic del Val St. Dominic Doan Xuyen St. Dominic Henares Bl. Dominic Jorjes Bl. Dominic Lentini St. Dominic Loricatus Bl. Dominic Nakano St. Dominic Nicholas Dat Bl. Dominic Nifaki St. Dominic of Brescia Bl. Dominic of Fiunga Bl.Dominic of Nagasaki St. Dominic of Silos St. Dominic of Sora Bl. Dominic of the Holy Rosary St. Dominic Savio St. Dominic Shamada Bl. Dominic Shibioge Bl. Dominic Tomaki St. Dominic Trach St. Dominic Tuoc St. Dominicus St. Dominic Uy St. Dominic Van Honh Dieu St. Domitian St. Domitian of Huy St. Domitian & Hadelin St. Domitian of Chalons St. Domitius St. Domitius St. Domitius St. Domnina of Terni St. Domnina of Anazarbus St. Domnina St. Domninus St. Domninus St. Domninus of Fidenza St. Domninus St. Domnio St. Domnio St. Domnio St. Domnolus St. Domnus of Vienne St. Donald of Ogilvy St. Donan St. Donat St. Donata St. Donatian St. Donatian St. Donatian St. Donatian St. Donatian & Rogatian St. Donatus St. Donatus St. Donatus St. Donatus St. Donatus St. Donatus of Evorea St. Donatus St. Donatus of Ripacandida St. Donatus & Hilarinus St. Donatus of Besancon St. Donatus of Corfu St. Donatus of Fiesole Donus St. Dorothy St. Dorothy of Montau St. Dorotheus of Gaza St. Dositheus St. Dositheus St. Dotto Douai Martyrs St. Drausinus St. Drithelm St. Drithelm St. Droctoveus St. Drogo St. Drostan St. Drusus St. Druthmar St. Dubricus St. Dubtach St. Dula St. Dulas St. Dulcardus St. Dulcidius St. Dulcissima Dulia St. Dunatus St. Dunchadh St. Dunchaid O'Braoin St. Dunstan St. Duthac St. Dwynwen St. Dyfan St. Dyfnan St. Dyfnog St. Dymphna

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