Franciscan of the Observance, known as the "King of Preachers." Customarily called Blessed ever since his death in 1450.
Sites related to Alcuin of York, a deacon and abbot who was very prominent in Carolingian education. He died at Tours in 804.
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There are at least five saints named Irene in the Catholic Church. This
St. Irene is a martyr of the Diocletian persecution. She, along with her two sisters Agape and Chionia, died for the faith in 304. Her feast day is April 5 in the West, April 16 in the East.
Sites related to St. Abban the Hermit. Nationality and dates are in dispute; he is said to have given his name to the town of Abingdon.
Information on St. Acca, bishop of Hexham, d. 742.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Adalbert of Prague.
Sites related to St. Adrian of Canterbury, an African-born Benedictine abbot who died in 709 or 710.
Sites dedicated to St. Aelred of Rievaulx, a twelfth-century Cistercian abbot, spiritual writer, and historian.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Agatha.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Agnes of Rome.
Information on St. Alcmund of Hexham, bishop, d. 781.
Information on St. Aldhelm, abbot of Malmesbury and bishop of Sherborne, scholar. He died in about 709.
Information on St. Alfrida. There are numerous variations in spellings of her name. She was the daughter of King Offa of Mercia. She was a late eighth-century hermit in Lincolnshire.
Bishop of Passau. Most noted today for his staunch support of clerical celibacy. He also promoted the Cluniac reform, established religious houses for canons regular, and was a papal legate. Altmann died in 1091.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Ambrose of Milan.
A martyr of the Decian persecution. He was stoned to death with his companion Paul. His feast is 15 May in the West.
Sites dedicated to St. Andrew the Apostle.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Anne.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Anselm of Canterbury.
This St. Apollinaris was bishop of Ravenna, and suffered martyrdom in about the year 79. His feast day is 23 July in the Eastern church, currently 20 July in the Roman Catholic church.
This St. Apollinaris, born in Vienne, was bishop of Valence in the Kingdom of Burgundy. He died in 520. Feast day: 5 October.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Apollonia.
Sites devoted to, or with information about Saint Augustine of Canterbury.
Aurelius Augustinus, Bishop of Hippo (354-430), was a Doctor of the Church and the father of much of modern Christian theology. He is noted for his defense of Christianity against paganism, entitled City of God, and for introducing therein Christian history. He is the author of numerous other classical philosophical and theological works which were influential in the development of medieval Christianity and the Neo-Platonist movement.
Fourth-century bishop included in the Roman Martyrology. His feast day is December 18.