The Daily Saints

The most recent Saints are featured below. At the bottom of the page there are options to view more pages of Daily Saints. Or, browse upcoming Saints by clicking their image in the right hand column.

St. Rufus

St. Rufus Feastday: December 18 Rufus and Zosimus were citizens of Antioch (or perhaps Philippi) who were brought to Rome

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St. Olympias

Olympias born into a wealthy noble Constantinople family. She was orphaned when a child and was given over to the

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St. Ado of Vienne

An archbishop and scholar, Ado was born in Sens and educated at the Benedictine abbey of Ferrieres. Abbot Lupus Servatus,

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St. Mary Di Rosa

Saint Mary (Paula) Di Rosa December 15 The pounding on the barricaded door of the military hospital sent every heart

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St. John of the Cross

Born in Spain in 1542, John learned the importance of self-sacrificing love from his parents. His father gave up wealth, status, and comfort when

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St. Lucy

Lucy’s name means “light”, with the same root as “lucid” which means “clear, radiant, understandable.” Unfortunately for us, Lucy’s history

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Pope Saint Damasus I

All lovers of Scripture have reason to celebrate this day. Damasus was the pope who commissioned Saint Jerome to translate the Scriptures into Latin,

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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

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St. Romaric

In the account of St Amatus of Remiremont it is related how he brought about the conversion to God of

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St. Sabas

Sabas was born at Mutalaska, Cappadocia, near Caesarea. He was the son of an army officer there who when assigned

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