March 8 - St. John of God
St. John of God is the patron saint of booksellers, hospitals, nurses, the mentally ill and the dying.
St. Frances of Rome - March 9
St. Frances of Rome is the patron saints of Benedictine oblates, automobile drivers and widows.
St. Casimir - March 4
St. Casimir is the patron saint of Lithuania and Poland.
St. Perpetua and St. Felicity - March 7
St. Perpetua and St. Felicity are the patron saints of mothers, expectant mothers, ranchers, butchers, Carthage and Catalonia.
St. Patrick - March 17
St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, engineers, those afraid of snakes and Nigeria.
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St. Cyril of Jerusalem - March 18
St. Cyril of Jerusalem is the patron saint of catechists.
St. Turibius of Mogrovejo - March 23
St. Turibius is the patron saint of Peru, Lima, Latin America, Latin America Bishops, Native Rights, Scouts, Valladolid.
St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary - March 20
St. Joseph is the patron saint of the Catholic church.
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St. Blaise - February 3
St. Blaise is the patron saint of wool combers, wild animals, candle makers and ailments of the throat.
St. Ansgar - February 3
St. Ansgar is the patron saint of Scandinavia.
St. Paul Miki - February 6
St. Paul Miki is the patron saint of Japan.
St. Jerome Emiliani - February 8
St. Jerome is the saint of orphans and abandoned children.
St. Josephine Bahkita - February 8
St. Josephine Bakhita is the patron Saint of Human Trafficking.
St. Scholastica - February 10
St. Scholastica is the patron saint of religious sisters and of those seeking protection against violent storms.
St. Peter Damian - February 21
St. Peter is the patron saint of popes and of Rome and of many cities that bear his name, such as St. Petersburg and Saint-Pierre.
St. Cyril & St. Methodius - February 14
St. Cyril is the Patron Saint of Alexandria.
St. Methodius is the patron saint of the Archdiocese of Ljubljana.
St. Polycarp - February 23
St. Polycarp is the patron saint of earache sufferers.
St. Marguerite Bourgeoys - January 12
St. Marguerite is the patron saint of poverty, loss of parents and people rejected by religious orders.
St. Hilary of Poitiers - January 13
St. Hilary is the patron saint of children with disabilities (for unknown reasons), mothers, and sick people.
St. Sebastian - January 20
St. Sebastian is the patron saint of archers and athletes and of those who desire a saintly death.
St. Fabian is the patron saint of Rome.
St. Fabian - January 20
St. Agnes - January 21
St. Agnes is the patron saint of young girls.
St. Anthony Abbot - January 27
St. Anthony is the patron saint of fire.
St. Francis De Sales - January 24
St. Francis De Sales is the patron saint of adult education, the deaf, and journalists.
St. Angela Merici - January 27
St. Angela is the patron saint of sickness, disabled and physically challenged people, and those grieving the loss of parents.
St. Thomas Aquinas - January 28
St. Thomas is the patron saint of all universities and of students.
St. Timothy - January 26
St. Timothy is the patron saint of the stomach and intestinal ailments.
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St. Titus - January 26
St. Titus is the patron saint of United States Army Chaplain Corps.
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St. John Bosco - January 31
St. John is the patron saint of Catholic publishers and youth.