Information on SS. Cyril and Methodius, brothers who were ninth-century missionaries to the Slavs.
Information on St. Caedmon, earliest person known to compose poetry in English. He died in about 680.
Sites with information on St. Catherine, martyred at Alexandria in about 305. She is the patron saint of philosophers.
Information on St. Catherine of Siena, a Third Order Dominican, mystic, Doctor of the Church, who died in 1380.
Information on St. Cedd, the brother of St. Chad. Cedd was bishop of the East Saxons, and died in 664.
Information on St. Ceolfrid, abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow, who died in 716.
St. Chad is famous for not being Archbishop of York. He was elected and installed, but withdrew in favor of King Alcfrid's candidate, St. Wilfrid. Chad became bishop of Lichfield, where he died in 673.
Information on St. Christopher, a martyr of the third or early fourth century.
Sites related to Pope St. Clement I, also known as Clement of Rome. The fourth pope and the first of the Apostolic Fathers, he died in about the year 101.
This St. Colman was a nephew of St. Columba, and abbot of Muckamore. He died at Lann Elo in 611.
Sites on St. Colman the first bishop of Dromore. His feast day is 7 June.
Information on St. Colman of Lindisfarne. He attended the Synod of Whitby, and founded the Diocese of Mayo.
Sites devoted to St. Columba, Irish-born abbot of Iona, d. 597. "Columba" is the Latinized form of "Columcille."
Sites with information on St. Columban, or Columbanus, a sixth-century Irish monk, and the author of a monastic rule.
Sites related to St. Comgall, sixth-century founder of the monastery of Bangor.
Sites related to St. Cuthbert, a seventh-century Celtic monk and bishop.
Information on St. Cuthman, an eighth-century English hermit.
Information on St. Cyprian of Carthage, a very important third-century bishop who died a martyr.
Sites related to St. Cyril of Alexandria, fifth-century anti-Nestorian archbishop and theologian.