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St. Habedeum St. Habet Deus St. Hadelin St. Haduin St. Hadulph St. Hagio St. Hallvard St. Hanibal Maria Di Francia Bl. Hans Wagner St. Hardoin St. Hardulph Sts. Harlindis and Relindis St. Harold St. Harvey Bl. Haseka (Hazeka) St. Hatebrand St. Hedda St. Hedwig St. Hedwig of Poland St. Hegesippus St. Heimrad St. Heimrad (Haimerad) St. Helanus St. Heldrad St. Helen St. Helena St. Helena St. Helen of Skovde St. Helen of Skovde St. Helenus St. Heliconis Bl. Helie de Bourdeille St. Helier St. Heliodorus St. Heliodorus St. Heliodorus St. Heliodorus St. Heliodorus St. Helladius St. Helladius and Theophilus the Deacon St. Helladius of Auxerre St. Hemerion St. Hemiterius and Cheledonius St. Henry St. Henry Bl. Henry Abbot St. Henry de Osso y Cervello St. Henry II St. Henry of Cocket St. Henry of Uppsala Bl. Henry Suso St. Henry of Sweden St. Henry of Uppsala St. Henry Walpole St. Theoctie St. Heraclas St. Heraclas, Bishop, and Helladius St. Heraclemon St. Heraclemon and others hermits of Kemet St. Heraclius St. Heraclius and Zosimus St. Heraclius of Sens St. Heradius St. Heradius and Zozimus St. Herais St. Herais St. Herais (Iraja) St. Herbert St. Herbert of Derwentwater St. Herbert Hoscam St. Herculafilis St. Herculaflus St. Herculanils St. Herebald St. Heredina St. Hereswitha St. Heribert of Cologne Bl. Herman the Cripple St. Herman Joseph St. Hermas St. Hermengaudis St. Hermengild St. Hermenland St. Hermes St. Hermes St. Hermes St. Hermes St. Hermes and Adrian St. Hermias St. Hermione St. Hermogenes St. Hermogenes St. Hermogenes of Alexandria St. Hermogenes with Menas, & Eugraphos, Alexandria Martyrs St. Hermogius St. Hermolaus St. Hermylus St. Hernan St. Herodion St. Heron St. Heron St. Herulph St. Herve St. Herve St. Hesychius St. Hesychius St. Hesychius St. Hesychius of Antioch St. Hiduiphus St. Hidulphus St. Hiero St. Hieron St. Hieronides St. Hieroteus St. Hieroteus St. Hierotheus St. Hieu St. Hilaria St. Hilarion St. Hilarion (Hilarianus) St. Hilarius St. Hilarius St. Hilary St. Hilary St. Hilary St. Hilary
St. Hilary St. Hilary of Galeata St. Hilary St. Hilary of Poitiers St. Hilary, Pope St. Hilary of Arles St. Hilda St. Hilda of Whitby St. Hildebert St. Hildegarde St. Hildegard of Bingen St. Hildegrin St. Hildegund St. Hildelitba St. Hildemar St. Hildemar Bl. Hildemar St. Hildemarca St. Hilduard St. Hilorian St. Hiltrude St. Himelin St. Himelin St. Himerius of Cremona St. Hipolytus St. Hipparchus and Companions St. Hippeas St. Hippolytus St. Hippolytus St. Hippolytus St. Hippolytus St. Hippolytus of Porto St. Hiro St. Homobonus St. Honestus St. Honorata St. Honorata St. Honoratus St. Honoratus of Amiens St. Honoratus St. Honoratus St. Honoratus St. Honoratus of Aries St. Honoratus St. Honoratus Bl. Honoratus Kozminski St. Honoratus of Amiens St. Honoratus of Toulouse St. Honoratus of Vercelli St. Honorina St. Honorius St. Honorius Honorius II Honorius III Honorius IV St. Honorius of Brescia St. Honorius of Canterbury St. Hopaesius St. Hope St. Hor St. Hor St. Hor (Anba Hor) St. Hormisdas St. Hormisdas St. Hormisdas Pope St. Hortulanus St. Hortulanus St. Horus of the Thebaid St. Hubert Hubert Schiffer St. Hubert St. Hugh St. Hugh of Lincoln St. Hugh dei Lippi Uggucioni Bl. Hugh Faringdon Bl. Hugh Green St. Hugh of Lincoln Bl. Hugh More St. Hugh of Ambronay St. Hugh of Anzy le Duc St. Hugh of Grenoble St. Hugh of Lincoln St. Hugh of Noara St. Hugh of Rouen St. Hugh the Great St. Hugh the Little Bl. Humbald St. Humbeline St. Humbert of Morailles Bl. Humbert III of Savoy Bl. Humbert of Romans Bl. Humbert Bl. Humbert St. Humilitas St. Humphrey St. Humphrey Lawrence Bl. Humphrey Middlemore St. Hunegund St. Hunger St. Hunna St. Huno St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth of Caesarea St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth St. Hyacinth Castaneda Bl. Hyacinthe Marie Cormier Bl. Hyacinth Jordan Ansalone Bl. Hyacinth of Englene St. Hyacinth Orfanel St. Hydroc St. Hygbald St. Hyginius St. Hyginus, Pope St. Hypatius of Gangra St. Hypatius St. Hypatius of Bithynia St. Hypatius and Andrew Hyperdulia St. Hyperechios St. Hyperechius St. Hywyn

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Nothing is known about St. Sebastian's youth other than the fact he may have come from southern France and he was educated in Milan. He joined the Roman Army in 283 AD, ostensibly to be of ... continue reading | shop

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St. Catherine of Siena was born during the outbreak of the plague in Siena, Italy on March 25, 1347. She was the 25th child born to her mother, although half of her brothers and sisters did ... continue reading | shop

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St. Peter Regulatus

Also Peter Regalado, Franciscan reformer. Peter was born at Valladolid, Spain, to a noble family, and entered the Franciscan Order in his native city at the age of thirteen. After several years, he ... continue reading

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Lucy's history has been lost and all we really know for certain is that this brave woman who lived in Syracuse lost her life during the persecution of Christians in the early fourth century. Her veneration spread to Rome so that by the sixth century the whole Church ... 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. Gabriel, the Archangel

St. Gabriel is an angel who serves as a messenger for God to certain people. He is one of the three archangels. Gabriel is mentioned in both the Old and the New Testaments of the Bible. First, in the Old Testament, Gabriel appears to the prophet Daniel to explain his ... continue reading



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St. Bernardine of Siena

In the year 1400, a young man came to the door of the largest hospital in Siena. A plague was raging through the city so horrible that as many as twenty people died each day just in the hospital alone. And many of the people who died were those who were needed to tend ... continue reading

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St. Pachomius

St. Pachomius was born about 292 in the Upeer Thebaid in Egypt and was inducted into the Emperor's army as a twenty-year-old. The great kindness of Christians at Thebes toward the soldiers became embedded in his mind and led to his conversion after his discharge. After ... continue reading



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