Videos for Saints Night

Learn about the lives of saints online:

Female Saints:

St. Kateri Tekakwitha: The first North American Indian to be canonized a saint.  She is the patron of ecology and the environment, people in exile and in Indigenous North Americans.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: There’s a church around here that you might know… J  She is the patron saint of in-law problems, death of children, the death of parents, widows, and the opposition of church authorities.

St. Gianna Berretta Molla- Patron saint of mothers, physicians, and unborn children.

St. Maria Gorretti: Patroness of youth, young women, purity, and victims of rape.

St. Bernedette: Patroness of illness, people who are made fun of for their faith, poverty, shepherds, shepherdesses, and Lourdes, France.

St. Josephine Bakhita: The patron saint of Sudan.  A refugee and a former slave, she joined a religious order.

Mother Teresa: Patron Saint of World Youth Day, Missionaries of Charity, Archdioceses of Calcutta

Male Saints:

St. John Bosco: The father and teacher of youth

St. Juan Diego: The first indigenous saint of the Americas.  Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego.

St. John Paul II: Patron saint of the World Youth Day, World meeting of families, young Catholics, and families

St. Nicholas…  He’s not just Santa!  He was a real person!!!  He is the patron saint of children, repentant thieves, sailors, pharmacists, and many more things.

St. Martin de Porres: Patron saint of people of mixed race, harbors, public health workers and inn keepers.

St. Aloysisus Gonzaga: Patron saint of young students, Christian youth, Jesuit scholastics, the blind, AIDS patients, and AIDS caregivers.

St. Paul: Patron saint of missions, theologians, and gentile Christians

Hermanos (En Espanol):

St. Jacinta Marto & St. Francisco Marto: Patron saints of sick people, against getting sick, captives, bodily ills, prisoners, and many other things.