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Saint Bruno of Cologne
1030-1101
Feast Day: October 6
Patronage:...

Happy Feast Day Saint Bruno of Cologne 1030-1101 Feast Day: October 6 Patronage: Germany, Carthusians, Calabria, monastic fraternities, trademarks, help for possessed people Saint Bruno was the founder of the Carthusians, (by retiring to a hermitage with 6 companions in 1084). They are noted for their strict tradition and the austere rule of St. Benedict’s

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Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska
1905 - 1938
Feast day: October 5
Pa...

Happy Feast Day Saint Mary Faustina Kowalska 1905 – 1938 Feast day: October 5 Patron of Mercy St. Maria Faustina Kowalska was born in Glogowiec, Poland in 1905. The third of ten children from a poor family, she had little formal education. After applying to various convents in Warsaw, she was finally accepted by the

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Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos
1819-1867
Feast Day: October 5
Pat...

Happy Feast Day Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos 1819-1867 Feast Day: October 5 Patronage: against cancer Blessed Fr. Francis Xavier Seelos was beatified by Pope Saint John Paul II in 2000. Born in Germany, he was inspired to be a Redemptorist missionary priest in the U.S. to serve the German immigrants. At St. Philomena’s Parish in

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Blessed Alberto Marvelli
March 21, 1918 - Oct 5, 1946 
Feast Day...

Happy Feast Day Blessed Alberto Marvelli March 21, 1918 – Oct 5, 1946 Feast Day: October 5 Beatified in 2004 by Pope Saint John Paul II Blessed Alberto Marvelli was raised in a strong Italian Catholic family that faithfully helped the poor. Throughout his life, Alberto observed an intense spiritual schedule of daily prayer, Mass,

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Saint Francis of Assisi
1181-1226
Feast day: October 4
Patronage...

Happy Feast Day Saint Francis of Assisi 1181-1226 Feast day: October 4 Patronage: animals, the environment, Italy, merchants, stowaways Francis was born into the privileged life of a nobleman. Eventually, by the grace of God, the worldly desires no longer satisfied him; he desired a simpler life with his love for poverty, nature, and simplicity.

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Saint Mother Théodore Guérin
1798-1856
Feastday: October 3
Patro...

Happy Feast Day Saint Mother Théodore Guérin 1798-1856 Feastday: October 3 Patronage: The Diocese of Lafayette, IN Saint Théodore Guérin is the foundress of The Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods in Indiana. By doing the ordinary well, she excelled in the harsh frontier conditions, withstood misunderstandings, and prejudices against Catholic women

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Guardian Angel 
Feast of Guardian Angels
Feast day: October 2
Th...

Happy Feast Day Guardian Angel Feast of Guardian Angels Feast day: October 2 The Feast of the Guardian Angels is a Catholic festival celebrated annually on October 2. Paul V was the first Pope, in 1608, to authorize a feast day in honor of guardian angels. Pope Clement X changed the date to October 2

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Saint Therese of Lisieux 
Doctor of the Church
1873-1897
Feast D...

Happy Feast Day Saint Therese of Lisieux Doctor of the Church 1873-1897 Feast Day: October 1 (New), October 3 (Trad) Patronage: Missions Saint Therese of Lisieux or Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face was a French Discalced Carmelite nun, popularly known as The Little Flower. She was a highly influential model

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Bottom row, left ...

Holy teenagers who won your crown in your youth, pray for us! Bottom row, left to right: St. Pedro Calungsod (17), Bl. Rolando Rivi (14), St. Tarcisius (12), Bl. Chiara Luce (19), St. Rose of Viterbo (18), St. Maria Goretti (12) Top row, left to right: Bl. Carlo Acutis (15), St. Jose Luis Sanchez del

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Saint Jerome
Doctor of the Church
347 - 420
Feast day:  Septembe...

Happy Feast Day Saint Jerome Doctor of the Church 347 – 420 Feast day: September 30 Patronage: archeologists; archivists; Bible scholars;librarians; libraries; schoolchildren; students;translators Saint Jerome, Doctor of the Church is best known for his translation of the Bible into Latin (the Vulgate), and his commentaries on the Gospel of the Hebrews. His list of

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Archangels
St. Michael, St Gabriel, St. Raphael
Feast day: Septe...

Happy Feast Day Archangels St. Michael, St Gabriel, St. Raphael Feast day: September 29 Archangels are believed to be messengers of God sent to direct, guide, defend, and protect us. Only the three we reverently remember on September 29 – Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael — are named in the Old as well as the New

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Pope John Paul I
Died: September 28, 1978
The Smiling Pope
1912-1978
Venerable P...

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Our Lady Undoer of Knots
Feast Day: September 28
Mary, under the...

Happy Feast Day Our Lady Undoer of Knots Feast Day: September 28 Mary, under the title of, Our Lady Undoer of Knots or Our Lady Untier of Knots, is a favorite of Pope Francis. The knots represent all the troubles and trials in our lives and our sins which separate us from God. “Eve, by

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Saint Lorenzo Ruiz
1600-1637
Feast Day: September 28
Patronage: ...

Happy Feast Day Saint Lorenzo Ruiz 1600-1637 Feast Day: September 28 Patronage: Filipino youth, the Philippines, overseas workers, altar servers Saint Lorenzo Ruiz was born in the Philippines and was a happily married family man who joined the Dominican Confraternity of the Most Holy Rosary. He was accused of murder and fled on a Dominican

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Saint Vincent de Paul
1581 - 1660
Feast day: September 27 (New),...

Happy Feast Day Saint Vincent de Paul 1581 – 1660 Feast day: September 27 (New), July 19 (Trad) Patronage: charities, horses, hospitals, leprosy, lost articles, prisoners, volunteers, Saint Vincent de Paul Societies St. Vincent de Paul was a priest who dedicated himself to serving the poor. He was canonized in 1737. De Paul was renowned

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Our Lady, Star of the Sea (Stella Maris)
Feast day: September 27...

Happy Feast Day Our Lady, Star of the Sea (Stella Maris) Feast day: September 27 Patroness of the Catholic missions to seafarers Our Lady, Star of the Sea is an ancient title for the Virgin Mary. The words Star of the Sea are a translation of the Latin title Stella Maris. The title was used

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Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian
Died: 287
Feast Day: September 26 ...

Happy Feast Day Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian Died: 287 Feast Day: September 26 (New), September 27 (Trad) Patronage: Doctors, Physicians, Pharmacists, Surgeons, Barbers, Dentists Saints Cosmas and Damian were twin brothers and skilled doctors born in Cilicia, Turkey. The brothers gave their services for free and in the process attracted many souls to the

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Saint Nicholas of Flüe
1417-1487
Feast Day: March 21 September 2...

Happy Feast Day Saint Nicholas of Flüe 1417-1487 Feast Day: March 21 September 25 (Switzerland and Germany) Patronage: Switzerland, Pontifical Swiss guard, councilmen, difficult marriages, large families, separated spouses Saint Nicholas of Flüe, affectionately called “Bruder Klaus” (Brother Klaus), was a Swiss political figure, husband and father of 10, who became a hermit. He served

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 Saint Padre Pio
1887 - 1968
Feast Day: September 23
Patronage: ...

Happy Feast Day Saint Padre Pio 1887 – 1968 Feast Day: September 23 Patronage: Civil defense volunteers, Catholic adolescents Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, was a Capuchin Catholic priest from Italy. He was born Francesco Forgione, and given the name Pius when he joined the Capuchins, thus he is popularly known as Padre Pio. He became

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Pope Saint Linus
c. AD 10 - c. AD 76
Feast Day: September 23
Pat...

Happy Feast Day Pope Saint Linus c. AD 10 – c. AD 76 Feast Day: September 23 Patronage: hat and veil makers Pope Linus is the second bishop of Rome succeeding St. Peter, according to the early Church Fathers. His pontificate endured from c. AD 67 to his death. He was consecrated by St. Paul

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Saint Thomas of Villanova
1488-1555
Feast Day: September 22
Patr...

Happy Feast Day Saint Thomas of Villanova 1488-1555 Feast Day: September 22 Patronage: Students, the poor, orphans, Villanova University, PA. The Provence of St. Thomas of Villanova Saint Thomas of Villanova was a Spanish Augustine Bishop of Valencia. He was an absentminded professor of theology and philosophy who was committed to the poor (called the

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Saint Matthew the Apostle
1st century
Feast Day: September 21 
P...

Happy Feast Day Saint Matthew the Apostle 1st century Feast Day: September 21 Patronage: accountants, Italy, bankers, tax collectors Matthew, a former tax collector from Capernaum was called by Jesus to be His disciple. After his call, Matthew invited Jesus home for a feast. On seeing this the Scribes and the Pharisees criticized Jesus for

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Saint Andrew Kim
1821-1846 
Feast Day: September 20
Patronage: K...

Happy Feast Day Saint Andrew Kim 1821-1846 Feast Day: September 20 Patronage: Korea Saint Andrew Kim was the first native-born Korean Catholic priest. He was baptized at 15, studied for the priesthood in Macau, and was ordained in Shanghai. St. Andrew was then sent back to Korea to preach, evangelize and arrange travel for more

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Our Lady of La Salette 
1846
Feast Day: September 19
In 1846 the...

Happy Feast Day Our Lady of La Salette 1846 Feast Day: September 19 In 1846 the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to two children, Maximin Giraud and Melanie Calvat on a mountain in La Salette, France while they were attending cattle. She was weeping and an intense light surrounded her. Around her neck was a crucifix,

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Saint Januarius (St. Gennaro)
Died 305
Feast Day: September 19
P...

Happy Feast Day Saint Januarius (St. Gennaro) Died 305 Feast Day: September 19 Patronage: blood banks; Naples; volcanic eruptions Saint Januarius was a bishop of Benevento, Italy. When visiting prisoners, during the Diocletian reign, he too was imprisoned. They were thrown to a wild bear who didn’t harm them, then they were beheaded. For 600

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Saint Joseph of Cupertino
1603-1663
Feast Day: September 18
Patr...

Happy Feast Day Saint Joseph of Cupertino 1603-1663 Feast Day: September 18 Patronage: aviators, pilots, air travelers, students, learning disabled Saint Joseph of Cupertino had a miserable childhood because he lacked many basic natural abilities, even his mother treated him harshly. Through humble mortification and obedience, he rose to a deep union with God. The

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Saint Robert Bellarmine
Doctor of the Church
1542 - 1621
Feast d...

Happy Feast Day Saint Robert Bellarmine Doctor of the Church 1542 – 1621 Feast day: September 17 Patronage: canonists, canon lawyers, catechists, catechumens, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Saint Robert Bellarmine was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was canonized in

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Saint Hildegard of Bingen
Doctor of the Church
1098 - 1179
Feast...

Happy Feast Day Saint Hildegard of Bingen Doctor of the Church 1098 – 1179 Feast Day: September 17 St. Hildegarde was an amazing 12th-century German mystic, composer, abbess, poet, philosopher, teacher, and writer. She wrote extensively on theology, science, and medicine, and she left a legacy of letters, poems, songs, visions and musical compositions. She

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Saint Cyprian of Carthage
Died 258
Feast Day: September 16
Patro...

Happy Feast Day Saint Cyprian of Carthage Died 258 Feast Day: September 16 Patronage: Algeria, North Africa Saint Cyprian was an educated and a famous orator who converted to Christianity as an adult. In 249 he became Bishop of Carthage and is considered an early “Father of the Church”. He was instrumental in the Church’s

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Saint Cornelius the Centurion
1st century
Feast Day: September 1...

Happy Feast Day Saint Cornelius the Centurion 1st century Feast Day: September 13 Patronage: soldiers, benefactors, philanthropists, Jewish converts Saint Cornelius the Centurion was the first non-Jewish convert to Christianity. He was an Italian Captain of the Roman Army. As related in the Acts of the Apostles, an angel appeared to him and invited him

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Our Lady of Sorrows
Feast Day September 15

The feast of Our Lady's Sorrows (Our...

Our Lady of Sorrows Feast Day September 15 The feast of Our Lady’s Sorrows (Our Lady’s Seven Sorrows) has its origin in Christian devotion which finds it fitting to associate her with the Passion of her Son. The Church, commemorating Mary’s suffering, emphasizes her great and courageous love, which caused her to be so closely

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Saint Catherine of Genoa
1447-1510
Feast Day: September 15
Patro...

Happy Feast Day Saint Catherine of Genoa 1447-1510 Feast Day: September 15 Patronage: Brides, Childless People, Difficult Marriages, People Ridiculed For Their Piety, Temptations, Victims Of Adultery, Victims Of Unfaithfulness, Widows St. Catherine of Genoa is best known for her visions of purgatory and of her dedication to the sick at the largest hospital complex

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross 
 The Emperor Heraclius recovered the cross in 614 ...

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Saint Notburga of Rattenberg
1265-1313
Feast Day: September 14
P...

Happy Feast Day Saint Notburga of Rattenberg 1265-1313 Feast Day: September 14 Patronage: servants, peasants, farmers Saint Notburga was the daughter of German peasants. She was a kitchen maid of Count Henry of Rattenberg and saved the leftovers for the poor. Once asked if she could forgo attending Mass and work more, she said, ”Let

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Saint John Chrysostom
Bishop and Doctor of the Church
c. 344-407...

Happy Feast Day Saint John Chrysostom Bishop and Doctor of the Church c. 344-407 Feast Day: September 13 (New), January 27 (Trad) Patronage: orators, preachers, speakers, lecturers, education, epilepsy, Constantinople Saint John Chrysostom was born to a Christian mother and a pagan Roman father. His father died, and his mother guided his education with the

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The Beatification of Cardinal Stefan Wysznski
Blessed Stefan Wyszynski
1901-1981...

The Beatification of Cardinal Stefan Wysznski Blessed Stefan Wyszynski 1901-1981 Beatified September 12, 2021 Blessed Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski was Polish nobility that heroically stood against the socialist and communist government. He became a priest and chaplain of the Polish underground during WWII, surviving torture and many hardships. In 1946-1948 he was ordained the Bishop of

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The Most Holy Name of Mary
   "Mary means enlightener because she brought forth ...

The Most Holy Name of Mary “Mary means enlightener because she brought forth the Light of the world. In the Syriac tongue, Mary signifies Lady.” –St. Isidore of Seville https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/mary-fine-art-prints Source All content is property of the owner, unless otherwise specified. This content is not owned, or maintained by Holy Rosary, and is used only

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Saint Nicholas of Tolentino
1245-1305
Feast day: September 10
Pa...

Happy Feast Day Saint Nicholas of Tolentino 1245-1305 Feast day: September 10 Patronage: Holy Souls in Purgatory, animals, babies, boatmen, dying people, mariners, sailors Saint Nicholas of Tolentino, the first Augustinian to be canonized, was born in Italy to pious parents. At 18, he became a monk and at 25, an Augustinian priest. St. Nicholas

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Saint Peter Claver
1581-1654
Feast Day: September 9
Patronage: M...

Happy Feast Day Saint Peter Claver 1581-1654 Feast Day: September 9 Patronage: Missionary work, black missions, slaves, against slavery, race relations, African Americans, inter-racial justice, foreign missions, against slavery Saint Peter Claver, a Spanish Jesuit was inspired by St. Alphonsus Rodriguez to go to the Indies and save “millions of perishing souls”. In 1610 he

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Blessed Frederic Ozanam
1813-1853
Feast day: September 9
Founder...

Happy Feast Day Blessed Frederic Ozanam 1813-1853 Feast day: September 9 Founder of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Bl. Frederic Ozanam was a French scholar that was challenged to put his faith into action and started the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. He always respected and served the poor which taught him

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Happy Birthday Blessed Mother
"May the mother of Jesus and our mother, always sm...

Happy Birthday Blessed Mother “May the mother of Jesus and our mother, always smile on your spirit, obtaining for it, from her most holy son, every heavenly blessing.” “The Blessed Virgin was eternally predestined, in conjunction with the incarnation of the divine Word, to be the Mother of God. By decree of divine Providence, she

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Saint Adrian of Nicomedia
Died:  306
Feast day: September 8
Patr...

Happy Feast Day Saint Adrian of Nicomedia Died: 306 Feast day: September 8 Patronage: soldiers, epileptics, butchers, prison guards, plague Saint Adrian was a pagan officer and bodyguard at the imperial court of Nicomedia. Adrian was so impressed by the strength and faith shown by persecuted Christians that he declared himself a Christian, though he

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Blessed Maria Bolognesi
1924-1980
Italian Mystic, Stigmatist, an...

Happy Feast Day Blessed Maria Bolognesi 1924-1980 Italian Mystic, Stigmatist, and Layperson Beatified: September 7, 2013 Patroness of the Servants of the Paraclete Blessed Maria Bolognesi was born out of wedlock and suffered a difficult childhood. She suffered heroically an endless list of physical maladies throughout her life and in 1940 also suffered diabolical possession

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Saint Magnus of Fussen
Died: c. 666 AD
Feast Day: September 6th
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Happy Feast Day Saint Magnus of Fussen Died: c. 666 AD Feast Day: September 6th Patronage: against insects, caterpillars, hail storms, lightning strikes, snakes, vermin, the plague, and for protection of crops Saint Magnus the “Apostle of Allgau” was a Benedictine monk and missionary in Bavaria, Germany who founded the Fussen Abbey. He is one

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Blessed Dina Bélanger
April 30,1897- September 4,1929
Feast Day:...

Happy Feast Day Blessed Dina Bélanger April 30,1897- September 4,1929 Feast Day: September 4 Beatified March 20,1993 by Pope St. John Paul II Blessed Dina Bélanger was born in Quebec into a prominent Canadian family. She had a normal childhood where she excelled in music. She studied in New York City, planning to be a

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Saint Rose of Viterbo
1233-1251
Feast day: September 4
Patronage...

Happy Feast Day Saint Rose of Viterbo 1233-1251 Feast day: September 4 Patronage: florists, flower growers, people in exile, people rejected by religious orders, Viterbo, Italy As a young child, Saint Rose of Viterbo had visions of Jesus and Mary. At the age of 3, she brought back to life her deceased Aunt, after laying

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Saint Rosalia of Palermo
1130 - 1166
Feast day: September 4
Patr...

Happy Feast Day Saint Rosalia of Palermo 1130 – 1166 Feast day: September 4 Patronage: evolutionary studies, Palermo, plague Born in Palermo, little is known of St. Rosalia. To be closer to God she lived her life in the seclusion of a cave and practiced many penitential acts. In 1624, many years after her death

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Saint Gregory the Great 
Doctor of the Church
540-604
Feast Day:...

Happy Feast Day Saint Gregory the Great Doctor of the Church 540-604 Feast Day: September 3 (New), March 12 (Trad) Patronage: teachers, students, musicians, singers and England St. Gregory the Great was Pope from 590 to 604 and is known for his contributions to the Liturgy of the Mass. He built 6 monasteries in Sicily

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September, the Month of Our Lady of Sorrows

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Saint Phoebe
1st century
Feast Day: September 3
Saint Phoebe was...

Happy Feast Day Saint Phoebe 1st century Feast Day: September 3 Saint Phoebe was a Christian woman and faithful follower of St. Paul who praised her for her assistance to him and to many others. She dependably served the early church by her many gifts and talents. Biblical scholars believed she delivered a letter from

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