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St. Benezet St. Gabinus St. Gabriel St. Gabriel Taurin Dufresse St. Gabriel, the Archangel St. Gabriel Francis of our Lady of Sorrows St. Gabriel Jusuke St. Gabriella St. Gabriel Lalement Bl. Gabrielle Androuin Bl. Gabriel of St. Magdalen Bl. Gaetana Sterni St. Gaetano Catanoso St. Gaetano Errico St. Gagericus St. Gaius St. Gaius St. Gaius Francis Bl. Gaius of Korea St. Galagnus St. Galanus St. Gelasius I St. Galation St. Galdinus St. Gall St. Gall St. Galla St. Gallgo St. Gallicanus St. Gallinicus St. Gamaliel St. Gamelbert of Michaelsbuch St. Gamo St. Gangulphus St. Garbhan St. Garcia St. Garibaldus St. Gaspar St. Gaspar Bertoni St. Gatian St. Gaucherius St. Gaudentia St. Gaudentius St. Gaudiosus of Naples St. Gaudlosus the African St. Gebetrude St. Gebhard of Constance St. Gebizo St. Gebuinus St. Gedeon St. Gelasius St. Gelasius St. Gelasius I Gelasius II St. Gelatus St. Gemellus St. Geminian St. Geminus St. Geminus St. Gemma Galgani St. Gemus St. Generosa St. Generosus St. Genesius St. Genesius of Arles St. Genevieve St. Genistus St. Gennadius St. Gennard Bl. Gennaro Sarnelli St. Genoveva Torres Morales St. Genulfus and Genitus St. George Bl. George Douglas Bl. George Gervase Bl. George Haydock St. George Liminotes Bl. George Matulaitis St. George Napper St. George of Amastris St. George of Antioch St. George of Lodeve St. George of Vienne St. George Preca Bl. George Swallowell St. Georgia St. Georgia St. Gerald St. Gerald of Sauve-Majeure St . Gerald of Aurillac St. Gerard of Saint-Wandrille St. Gerard de Lunel St. Gerard Majella St. Gerard of Brogne St. Gerard Sagredo St. Gerasimus of the Jordan St. Gerbold St. Gercon St. Gerebald St. Gerebrand Bl. Geremia Oghlou Boghos St. Gereon St. Gerintius of Italica St. Gerinus St. Gerlac St. Gerland St. Germaine Cousin St. Germana Cousin St. Germanicus of Smyrna St. Germanicus of Smyrna St. Germanus St. Germanus St. Germerius St. Germoc St. Gerold St. Gerontius of Cervia St. Gertrude St. Gertrude of Hamage St. Gertrude Caterina Comensoli St. Gertrude the Great St. Gertrude of Nivelles St. Gerulph St. Geruntius St. Gervase St. Getulius St. Gezelin St. Ghislain Bl. Giacomo Alberione Bl. Giacomo Cusmano St. Gianna Beretta Molla St. Gibardus St. Gibitrudis St. Gibrian St. Gilbert of Sempringham St. Gildard St. Gilduin St. Giles St. Giles, Abbot St. Giles of Assisi
St. Giles Mary of Saint Joseph St. Gilstlian Bl. Giovanni Antonio Farina St. Giovanni Calabria Bl. Giovanni Maria Boccardo Bl. Giovanni Mazzucconi St. Giovanni Piamarta St. Giulia Salzano Bl. Giuseppe Baldo Bl. Giuseppe Benedetto Dusmet St. Giuseppe Marello St. Giuseppe Maria Tommasi Bl. Giuseppe "Pino" Puglis Bl. Giuseppe Tovini Bl. Giuseppina Bonino St. Givalius St. Gladys St. Glaphyra St. Glastian St. Glodesind St. Glushallaich St. Gluvias St. Glyceria St. Glyceria St. Glycerius St. Glycerius St. Glycerius St. Goar St. Goban St. Gobnata St. Gobrain St. Godebertha St. Godfrey Bl. Godfrey II (Geoffroy II) de Loudon St. Godo St. Godwin St. Goeric of Metz St. Goeznoveus St. Gohardus St. Gollen St. Golvinus St. Gonclaco Garcia St. Goneri of Brittany St. Gonsalo Garcia St. Gonzaga Gonza Bl. Gonzalo de Amarante St. Goran St. Gordian and Epimachus St. Gorfor St. Gorgias St. Gorgonia St. Gorman St. Gormcal St. Gosbert St. Goswin St. Gotteschalk St. Gottschalk St. Govan St. Grata St. Gratia Bl. Gratia St. Gratus St. Gredifael St. Gregorio Grassi St. Gregory of Ostia Bl. Gregory of Verucchio Bl. Gregory X Gregory XI Gregory XII St. Gregory II Pope Saint Gregory III Gregory IV Gregory V Gregory VI St. Gregory VII Gregory VIII Gregory IX St. Gregory Barbarigo St. Gregory the Enlightener Pope Saint Gregory the Great Bl. Gregory Khomyshyn Bl. Gregory Lakota St. Gregory of Narek St. Gregory Nazianzus St. Gregory of Nyssa St. Gregory Palamas St. Gregory the Sinaite St. Gregory Thaumaturgus St. Grimbald Bl. Grimoaldo of the Purification St. Grimoaldus St. Grimonia St. Grwst Our Lady of Guadalupe St. Guasacht St. Gudelia St. Gudula St. Gudwal St. Guenhael St. Guenninus St. Guerembaldus St. Guesnoveus St. Guevrock St. Guido Maria Conforti St. Guier Bl. Guillaume Repin Bl. Guillermo Courtet St. Guinizo St. Guitmarus St. Gulstan St. Gumbert (Gondebert) St. Gumesindus St. Gummarus St. Gundebert Bl. Gundechar II St. Gundelindis St. Gundenis St. Gundisalvus Garcia Bl. Gundislavus Fusai St. Gondulphus of Tongeren St. Gunifort St. Gunioc Bl. Gunther St. Gunthiern St. Gurloes St. Guthagon St. Guthlac St. Guy St. Guy of Anderlecht St. Guy of Pomposa Bl. Guy Vignotelli St. Gwen St. Gwerir St. Gwynllyw St. Gyavire Bl. Maria Boznel Bl. Fr. Miroslav Bulesic St. Rafqa

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St. Juan Diego

Juan Diego was born in 1474 in the calpulli or ward of Tlayacac in Cuauhtitlan, which was established in 1168 by Nahua tribesmen and conquered by the Aztec lord Axayacatl in 1467; and was ... continue reading

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St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent was born of poor parents in the village of Pouy in Gascony, France, about 1580. He enjoyed his first schooling under the Franciscan Fathers at Acqs. Such had been his progress ... continue reading

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St. Francis Xavier

FRANCIS XAVIER, ST. (1506-1552). Born in the family castle of Xavier, near Pamplona in the Basque area of Spanish Navarre on Apr. 7, he was sent to the University of Paris 1525, secured his ... continue reading

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St. John Boste

One of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales. He was born at Dufton, at Westmoreland, England, and studied at Oxford. Becoming a Catholic in 1576, he went to Reims and received ordination in 1581. ... continue reading

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St. Cecilia

In the fourth century a Greek religious romance on the Loves of Cecilia and Valerian was written in glorification of virginal life with the purpose of taking the place of then-popular sensual romances. Consequently, until better evidence is produced, we must conclude ... 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. James the Lesser

St. James the Less, the author of the first Catholic Epistle, was the son of Alphaeus of Cleophas. His mother Mary was either a sister or a close relative of the Blessed Virgin, and for that reason, according to Jewish custom, he was sometimes called the brother of the ... continue reading

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St. Alphege

Bishop and prophet, called "the Elder" or "the Bald." Also known as Elphege, he was the bishop of Winchester, England. There he ordained St. Dunstan. A holy prophet, Alphege is credited with helping to restore monasticism to England. 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.

St Irenaeus of Lyon Teaches Us How to Know God

By Deacon Keith Fournier

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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