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Saints with Patronages

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Achilleus and Nereus
Acquila and Priscia
Adalbert of Magdeburg/Prague-patron of Bohemia, Czech Republic, Poland, Prussia
Adelaide- patron of empresses, exiles, parenthood, princesses, second marriages, stepparents
Adjutor- patron of drowning victims, swimmers, yachtsmen
Adolph Kolping- patron of workers
Adrian of Canterbury
Adrian of Nicomedia- patron of prison guards
Agabus- patron of clairvoyants, psychics
Agapitus- patron of colicky babies
Agatha- patron of those with breast cancer, against breast cancer, hand bell choirs, martyrs,
nurses, rape victims, against volcanic eruptions
Agia- patron of lawsuits
Agnes-patron of engaged couples, young girls
Agnes of Assisi
Agnes of Bohemia
Agnes of Rome- patron of girl scouts
Agricola of Avignon-against bad luck/misfortune, against plague, of good weather, rain,
plague victims
Agrippina – against bacterial disease, evil spirits, thunderstorms
Alban- patron of refugees, torture victims
Alexius, Alexis- patron of beggars, belt makers, impoverished people, the poor
Albert Chmielowski
Albert of Trapani- patron of fever victims, jaundice victims
Albert the Great- patron of medical technicians, scientists
Alodia- patron of child abuse victims, martyrs, runaways
Aloysius Gonzaga-patron of AIDS victims, teenagers
Albinus-patron against gallstones, kidney disease
Aldegonda- patron against childhood illnesses, injuries
Alphonsus Ligori- patron of confessors, professors, moral theologians, vocations
Alphonsus Rodriguez
Aloysius Gonzaga-patron of youth
Alydis, (Alice)
Amand- patron of bartenders, brewers, wine merchants
Amanda-patron of innkeepers
Ambrose-patron of beekeepers, chandlers/candle makers, learning
Andrew Avellino-patron of apoplexy, sudden death
Andrew Bobola-patron of Poland
Andrew Dang-Lac
Andrew the Apostle- patron of fishermen, Greece, Russia, Scotland
Andrew Kim Taegon-patron of Korean clergy
Andrew the Apostle- patron of fishermen, Greece, Russia, Scotland
Angela Merici –patron of orphans, physically disabled, the sick
Angela of Foligno
Angela Salawa
Angela Truszkowska
Angelico, Fra- patron of art, artists, painters
Angeline of Mariano
Anne, Anna- patron of cabinet makers, Canada, grandmothers, housewives, women in labor
Anselm of Canterbury
Anskar- patron of Denmark, Germany, Sweden
Ansovinus-patron against hailstorms, of good crops/harvests
Anthony Claret-patron of foundations
Anthony Grassi
Anthony of Padua- patron against shipwrecks, starvation, of barren women, impoverished
people, indigenous people, lost articles, the poor, Portugal
Anthony the Great/Abbot- patron of amputees, basket weavers, brush makers, domestic
animals, eczema sufferers  
Anthony Zaccaria
Antonio de Sant’Anna Galvado
Antonio Lucci
Antonius of Florence- patron of fever victims
Ansgar- patron of Denmark, Scandinavia
Appollonia- against toothache, dentists, toothache sufferers
Arnold Janssen- founder of Divine Word, Sister Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual
Adoration (Pinkies), Missionary sisters Servant of the Holy Ghost
Arnulf of Soissons- patron of the brewers, flour industry workers, lost articles, millers,
Athelius- patron of kidnap victims
Augustine of Canterbury-patron of England
Augustine of Hippo- patron of brewers, printers, theologians
Augustine Zha Rong
Avertinus- patron against dizziness, against headaches, architects, artillerymen, builders,
headache/migraine sufferers


Balissa-patron of nursing mothers
Barbara-patron of architects, builders, death with the sacraments, fire prevention, martyrs, miners, prisoners, stonemasons, Syria
Bartholomew-patron of Armenia, butchers, Cyprus, nervous disorders, trappers
Bartholomew of Vicenza
Basil the Great of Caesarea- patron of hospital administrators, Russia
Bede-patron of scholars
Bega (Abigail)
Benedict of Nursia- patron against poisoning, against witchcraft, of Europe, monks, speleologists
Benedict Joseph Labre- patron of bachelors, beggars, the homeless, religious orders, transients
Benedict the Black ­ patron of African- Americans, parish missions
Bernard of Clairvaux- patron of beekeepers, cancer victims, chandlers/candlemakers, Gibraltar
Bernard of Montijoux- patron of mountaineers, skiers
Bernadette- patron of impoverished, those ridiculed for piety, shepherdesses, sick
Bernadine of Siena- patron against gambling, of advertising, communications personnel, lung/respiratory problems, public relations
Bernardino of Feltre-patron of bankers, pawnbrokers
Beuno- patron of sick animals, sick children
Bibliana- patron against hangovers, working women
Blaise- patron of throat disease, veterinarians, wild animals
Bona- patron of flight attendants, pilgrims, travelers
Bonaventura-against bowel disease, intestinal disorders
Boniface- patron of brewers, Germany, tailors
Boris- patron of Moscow, princes, Russia
Brendan the Navigator- patron of boatmen, sailors, travelers, whales
Brice- against stomach disorders/diseases
Bernadette-patron of impoverished, shepherdesses, sick
Bridget of Ireland- patron of dairy workers, Ireland, nuns, poultry farmers, scholars
Bridget of Sweden- patron of healers, miscarriages, Sweden
Bruno- patron against diabolic possession
Buonadonna and Luchesio- patrons of tertiaries


Caedmon- patron of poets, song writers
Caesar de Bus
Cajetan- patron of job hunters, unemployed
Camillus de Lellis- patron of hospitals, infirmarians, nurses, sick people
Casimir- patron of Lithuania, Poland, princes
Cassian-patron of courtroom clerks, stenographers
Catherine Laboure-saint of Miraculous Medal
Catherine of Alexandria- patron of apologists, jurists, learning, librarians, orators, philosophers, preachers, public speakers, single women, spinners, students, theologians, young girls
Catherine of Bologna- patron of art, artists, liberal arts
Catherine of Laboure- visionary of the Miraculous Medal
Catherine of Siena- patron of fire prevention, Italy, nursing homes, single women
Catherine of Sweden-patron against miscarriages
Cecelia-patron of church musicians, composers, instrument makers, martyrs, musicians,
organists, poets, singers
Charles Borromeo- patron of apple orchards, catechists, seminarians
Charles Houben- Saint of Mt Argus
Charles Lwanga- patron of African Catholic Youth Action, converts, torture victims
Charles of Sezce
Christobal Magallanes
Christina the Astonishing- patron of mental disabilities, mental illness, therapists
Christopher- patron of bachelors, bus drivers, motorists, porters, travelers, truck drivers
Clare/ Claire- patron of embroiderers, television
Clarus- patron of nearsightedness
Claude de Columbiere- patron of toymakers, priest of the Sacred Heart
Claudio Granzotto- patron of artists
Clement-patron of stonemasons
Clotilda (Chloe) - patron against death of children, of adopted children, exiles, parenthood, queens, widows
Colman- patron against hangings, of Austria, horned cattle
Columba- patron of bookmakers
Columban- patron of bikers, Ireland, poets
Concordia- patron of nursing mothers
Conrad of Piacenza- patron of hernia sufferers
Conrad of Parzham
Contardo Ferrini- patron of colleges, students, universities
Corentin- patron of seafood
Cornelius- patron against earache, of cattle, cowherds, domestic animals, epileptics
Cosmos and Damian- patrons of barbers, doctors, pharmacists, physicians, surgeons
Crescentia Hoess
Crispin and Crispinian- patrons of leatherworkers, saddlers, shoemakers, tanners
Cuthbert-patron against plague, of boatmen, sailors, shepherds
Cyril and Methodius- patrons of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Europe, ecumenism, Moravia
Cyril of Alexandria-patron of Alexandria
Cyril of Jerusalem

Dagobert- patron of kidnap victims
Damasus- patron of archeology
Damian and Cosmos- patrons of barbers, doctors, pharmacists, physicians, surgeons
Damian of Molokai
Daniel Brottieri
David-patron of doves, Wales
Delphina and Elezar
Devota- patron of Corsica, Monaco
Didacus of Cadiz-patron of the Holy Trinity
Dionysius/Denis- patron against headaches, of France, headache/migraine sufferers
Dismas- patron of death row inmates, funeral directors/undertakers, half-way house, prisoners,
Dominic Guzman- patron of astronomers, Dominican Republic, the rosary, scientists
Dominic of Silos
Dominic Savio- patron of choirboys, juvenile delinquents
Domitian- patron against famine
Dorothy of Montau- patron against miscarriages, of Prussia
Dorthea-patron of brides, florists, gardeners
Drogo- patron of baristas, coffeehouse keepers, deaf, hernias, homely people, mute, shepherds
Dunstan- patron of armorers, blacksmiths, farriers, locksmiths, metalworkers, musicians
Dymphna- patron of epileptics, martyrs, mental disorders, runaways, sleepwalkers, 
mental illness, against diabolic possession


Edgar- patron of widowers
Edith Stein (Terethia Benedicta) - patron of converts
Edmund- patron of hernias, mental disorders, paralyzed, toothache,
Edmund Campion- patron of the press
Edward the Confessor- patron of kings, spousal separation, troubled marriages
Elezar and Delphina
Eligius/Eloi – patron of farriers, garage workers, jewelers, steel workers
Elizabeth- patron of mothers, pregnant women
Elizabeth Bayley Seton- patron of parochial schools
Elizabeth of Hungary- patron of bakers, charitable foundations, exiles, nursing homes,
Elizabeth of Portugal- patron of brides, marital problems, tertiaries
Emygdius-patron against earthquakes
Elmo/ Erasmus- patron against appendicitis, intestinal disease, seasickness, of sailors,
stomach disorders
Emilie (y) de Radat- patron of single women
Emma Ruiz
Eugene de Mazenod- patron of dysfunctional families
Eurosia- against bad weather
Eusebius of Vercelli
Eustace/Hubert- patron of hunters
Eustachius- patron of hunters, torture victims


Fabioloa- patron against divorce, infidelity, physical abuse, of widows
Faustina Kowalska
Felicity- patron against death of children, of barren women, martyrs
Felix of Nola- patron against eye disease, lies, of domestic animals, falsely accused
Ferdinand III- patron of engineers, governors, magistrates, parenthood, prisoners, rulers
Fiacre- patron against hemorrhoids, against syphilis, of cab drivers, gardeners, venereal
Fidelis of Sigmaringen
Fillian- patron against insanity, of mentally disabled
Flora – patron of converts, martyrs, victims of betrayal, working women
Florian- against floods, against house fires, of firefighters
Four Crowned Martyrs- patrons of sculptors, stonemasons
Frances of Rome- patron of death of children, motorists, ridiculed for piety, taxi drivers,
Frances Xavier Cabrini- patron of emigrants, hospital administrators, immigrants, migrant
Francis Borgia-patron against earthquakes, of Portugal
Francis Caracciola- patron of cooks especially Italian
Francis de Paola- patron of naval officers, sailors, vegetarians
Francis de Sales- patron of authors, Catholic press, deaf, editors, journalists, writers
Francis Faa di Bruno
Francis of Assisi-patron of animals, Catholic action, ecologists, Italy, merchants, zoos
Francis Solano- patron of Bolivia
Francis Xavier- patron against plagues, of Borneo, Japan, foreign missions
Francis Xavier Seelos
Francisco and Jacinto Marto- patron of prisoners, those ridiculed for piety, sick, visionaries
Francisco Antonio Fasani
Frederick of Utrecht
Frederick Ozanam
Frumentius- patron of Ethiopia


Gabriel the Archangel-patron of broadcasters-radio, television, clerics, diplomats,
messengers, postal workers, stamp collectors
Gabriel Francis Possenti/ Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother-patron of Catholic Action,
clergy, youth
Gall- patron of birds
Gemma Galgani- patron of orphans, pharmacists, victims of  tuberculosis
Genesius of Rome- patron of actors, comedians, lawyers, printers, secretaries, stenographers.
torture victims
Genevieve- patron against disasters, plague, of military women, Paris, of plague victims
Gengulphus- patron against infidelity, knights, spousal separation
George- patron of boy scouts, cavalry men, England, farmers, soldiers
Gerard Majella-patron of childbirth, children, expectant mothers, falsely accused
Gerlac of Valkenberg-patron of domestic animals
Gertrude of Nivelles-patron against rats, of cats, gardeners, hospitality, mental disorders,
pilgrims, recently dead
Gertrude the Great- patron of nuns, popes, travelers, West Indies
Gilbert of Sempringham
Giles- patron of beggars, hermits, horses, lepers, nursing mothers, physically disabled,
Giles Mary of St. Joseph
Godberta- against droughts, epidemics
Gotteschalc- patron of linguists, lost vocations, princes, translators
Gregory VII
Gregory Grassi
Gregory of Nazianus- patron of poetry, sacred poetry
Gregory of Nyssa- patron of desperate/hopeless causes, friendship
Gregory the Great- patron of choir boys, musicians, plague victims, popes, singers, stone-
cutters, students, teachers
Gregory the Illuminator- patron of Armenia
Gregory the Wonderworker-against earthquakes, floods, of desperate/hopeless causes
Gummarus- patron against impotence, of cowherds, spousal separation, troubled marriages,
unhappily married men


Hedwig- patron Bavaria, against childhood deaths, jealousy, of brides, duchesses, troubled
marriages, Silesia, widows
Helen, Helena- patron of archeology, converts, divorced couples, empresses, troubled
Henry II- against sterility, of Bamberg, Basel, childlessness, dukes, kings, physically disabled
Henry of Uppsala- patron against storms, of Finland
Herve- against eye problems, foxes, wolves
Hesychius of Jerusalem
Hilary of Arles
Hilary of Poitiers-patron against snakes, snake bites
Hildegard of Bingen- patron against headaches, of healers, musicians, visionaries
Hippolytus of Rome/Porto-patron of horses, prison guards
Homobonus- patron of businessmen, cloth merchants, tailors
Honore/Honortus of Amiens- patron of bakers, cooks, pastry chefs
Honoratus Kozminski
Hubert – patron of dog lovers, hunters, rabies victims
Hugo of Grenoble
Hunna- patron of laundresses, washerwomen
Hyacinth- patron of Poland


Ignatius of Laconi
Ignatius Loyola- patron of religious retreats, soldiers
Ignatius of Antioch-patron of North Africa, Mediterranean church, throat diseases
Iranaeus- patron of Mobile, Alabama
Irene- patron of conscientious objectors, pacifists, young girls
Isaac Jogues
Isidore of Seville- patron of computers, computer technicians, internet
Isidore the Farmer- patron of agricultural workers, death of children, domestic animals,
farmers, laborers, Madrid, rain, US National Rural Life Conference
Ivo Kermartin- patron of abandoned children, canonists, jurists, lawyers, notaries, orphans


Jacinto and Francisco Marto- patron of prisoners, those ridiculed for piety, sick, visionaries
Jacopo di Todi- patron of composers
Jane Frances de Chantal-patron of forgotten people, parents separated from children, widows
founder of Visitation order
James and Marian - patrons of parish volunteers
James Oldo
James the Greater-patron of arthritis victims, Chile, Guatemala, laborers, Nicaragua,
pharmacists, pilgrims, rheumatism sufferers, Spain  
James the Less- patron of pharmacists, hatters
James of the Marche- patron of pawnbrokers
Januarius- patron against volcanoes, of blood banks, Naples
Jeanne Jagan
Jerome-patron of archaeologists, Bible scholars, librarians, translators
Jerome Emiliani- patron of abandoned children, orphans
Joachim-patron of grandfathers
Joan of Arc- patron of female soldiers, France, martyrs, prisoners, those who have opposition from church authorities, rape victims, ridiculed for piety, soldiers
Joan of the Cross
John I
John XXIII-patron of papal delegates
John Baptiste de la Salle- patron of school principals, teachers
John Berchemans- patron of altar servers, youth
John Bosco- patron of apprentices, editors, laborers, magicians
John Brebeuf
John Cantius-patron of Lithuania, Poland
John Cassian-patron of monks, pilgrims
John Chrysostom- patron of epilepsy, Istanbul, lecturers, orators, public speakers, preachers
John Duns Scotus
John Eudes
John Fisher-patron of Rochester, NY
John Francis Regis- patron of illegitimate children, lace makers, marriage, medical social
workers, orphans, social workers
John Gualbert- patron of foresters, park rangers
John Henry Neumann- patron of converts
John Jones
John Leonardi- patron of CCD
John Maria Vianney- patron of confessors, parish priests, priests
John Nepomecene- patron against slander, of Bohemia, bridges, Czech Republic, discretion,
John Ogilvie
John of Capistrano- patron of jurists, military chaplains
John of Damascus- patron of religious art
John of Fiesole-patron of artists especially religious arts
John of God- patron of alcoholics, booksellers, firefighters, heart patients, hospitals, nurses, printers, recovering alcoholics, the sick
John of Parma
John of the Cross- patron of contemplative life, mystics
John of Vercelli
John Roche (Neele) - patron of barge workers
John the Baptist- patron against spasms, of baptisms, Charleston, convulsive children, farriers,
John the Evangelist-patron of art dealers, Asia Minor, editors, friendship, publishers,
John the Gardener-patron of gardeners
John Wall
Josaphat- patron of ecumenism, Ukraine
Joseph- patron of Belgium, Canada, China, carpenters, Church, happy death, fathers offamilies, foster parents, Korea, Peru, social justice, universal church, workers
Joseph Cafasso- patron of prisoners, prisons, spiritual directors
Joseph Mary Tomasi-patron of liturgists
Joseph of Armithea- patron of funeral directors, pallbearers, undertakers
Joseph of Cupertino- patron of astronauts, aviators, flight attendants, flight crews, pilots,
students, test takers
Joseph of Leonissa-patron of reconciliation
Joseph Perez
Josephine Bakhita- patron of Sudan
Juan Diego- patron of indigenous people
Jude Thaddeus- patron of desperate causes, hopeless situations, hospital administrators,
Julia Billiart- foundress Sisters of Notre dame, of impoverished people, the sick
Julian Eymard
Julian the Hospitaller- patron of boatmen, carnival people, circus people, ferrymen, hotel  
staff, innkeepers, murderers
Juliana of Nicomedia-patron of the sick
Junipero Serra
Justa and Rufina-patrons of potters, Seville
Justin Martyr- patron of apologists, lecturers, philosophers
Jutta of Thuringia


Katherine Drexel-patron of minority children
Kateri Tekawitha- patron of ecologists, exiles, indigenous people, orphans, those ridiculed for
Kevin- patron of blackbirds, Dublin, Ireland


Lawrence of Brindisi- patron of cooks, cutlers, impoverished people, glaziers, librarians, the
the poor, restaurateurs, seminarians, silence
Leander of Seville
Leo Karasumaru
Leonard- patron against burglary, prisoners of war, robbery victims, women in labor
Leonard of Port Maurice-patron of parish missions
Leopold Mandic
Lidwina- patron of ice skaters, skaters
Lorenzo Ruiz
Louis IX- patron of crusaders, grooms, kings, parenthood, St Louis
Louis Maria de Monfort
Louis of Tolouse
Louise de Marillac- patron of abuse victims, social workers
Luchesio and Buonadonna- patrons of tertiaries
Lucy- patron against eye troubles, hemorrhaging, of cutlers, martyrs, those with eye diseases,
Ludmilla- patron of Bohemia, converts, Czech Republic, duchesses, widows
Ludovico of Casoria
Luke Belludi
Luke the Evangelist- patron of artists, brewers, butchers, glassworkers, lace makers, notaries,painters, physicians, surgeons
Lydia- patron of cloth dyers


Macrina the Elder- patron against poverty, of impoverished people, widows
Macrina the Younger-patron of theologians, especially females
Madron- patron against pain
Magi, (Three Kings) - Gaspar, Mechior, Balthazar-patrons of travelers
Magnus-patron of fishmongers
Magnus of Fussen- patron against lightening, vermin
Malachy- patron of visionaries
Madeleine Sophie de Barat- patron of the Sacred Heart
Marcellus the Centurion- patron of conscientious objectors, pacifists
Margaret of Antioch- patron against sterility, of childbirth, divine intervention, exiles,
kidney diseases, nurses, pregnant women, Scotland
Margaret of Cortona- patron of homeless, midwives, ridiculed for piety, single mothers,
Margaret Clitherow-patron of businesswomen, converts, martyrs, working women
Margaret Mary Alacoque- patron of polio victims, the Sacred Heart
Margarite d’Youville
Maria Bertilla Boscardin
Marian and James- patrons of parish volunteers
Marian Cape
Marguerite of Bourgios
Maria de Cabeza- patron of farm wives
Maria Goretti- patron of children, maidens, martyrs, rape victims, teenagers, young girls
Mark the Evangelist- patron of Egypt, notaries, teenagers, Venice
Martha-patron of the active life, cooks, dieticians, domestics, housekeepers, waitpersons
Martin de Porres- patron of hair dressers (male), health workers, interracial justice, public health education, public education, race relations, social justice
Martin I
Martin of Tours- patron of cavalrymen, geese, horse riders, impoverished, innkeepers, military
chaplains, the poor, tailor
Mary Ann of Jesus Paredos
Mary Magdelene- patron of aroma-therapists, contemplative life, cosmetologists, hairdressers,
penitents, perfumers
Mary Magdelene de Pazzi- patron of visionaries
Matthew the Evangelist- patron of accountants, bankers, bookkeepers, customs agents,
security guards, tax collectors
Matthew Talbot-patron of alcoholics, dockworkers, recovering alcoholics
Maurice- patron of dyers, gout victims, infantrymen, knife sharpeners, sword smiths,
Maurus- patron against colds, gouts
Maximillian Kolbe-patron of political prisoners, recovering drug addicts
Medard-patron against toothaches, of corn harvests, prisoners, winemakers
Methodius and Cyril- patrons of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Europe, ecumenists
Michael- patron of boy scouts, grocers, paramedics, paratroopers, police officers, radiologists,
sailors, the sick
Michael Giedroyc
Miguel Augustin Pro
Monica-patron of against infidelity, AL- ANON, alcoholics, housewives, married women,
mothers, recovering alcoholics
Morand- patron of wineries
Moses the Black- patron of Africa


Nagasaki martyrs?Paul Miki, Peter Baptist, Leo Karasumaru
Narcissus of Jerusalem
Nereus and Achielleus
Nicholas of Myra, Bari- patron of brewers, brides, children, dockworkers, Greece, pawnbrokers, Russia, sailors, travelers
Nicholas of Torentino-patron of babies, infants, lost souls, sailors
Nicholas Owen
Nicholas von Flue- patron of councilmen, spousal separation
Notburga- patron of agricultural workers, fieldworkers, Switzerland, wait persons
Notkar Balbulus- patron of musicians, stammerers


Odilia- patron of Alsace, the blind
Olaf II-patron of kings, Norway, troubled marriages, woodcarvers
Oliver Plunkett-patron of Armagh
Orlando Catanii
Osmund- patron of mental disorders, the paralyzed


Pacifico of San Servino
Pancras-against cramps, perjury, of oaths, treaties
Panteleon- patron of bachelors, doctors, endurance, physicians, victims of tuberculosis
Pascal Baylon- patron of cooks, Eucharistic Congresses and societies, food service workers,
Patrick- patron of herpetologists, Ireland, Nigeria, snakes
Paul- patron against snake bites, of Catholic action, Cursillo movement, Malta, preachers,
Public relations, tentmakers
Paul Miki
Paul the Hermit- patron of weavers
Paula- patron of widows
Paulinus of Nola
Pedro de San Jose Bentacur- patron of posadas
Pelegia the Penitent- patron of actresses
Peregrine Laziosi- patron against skin diseases, of AIDS victims, cancer victims, the sick, skin
Perpetua- patron of cows, nursing mothers
Peter- patron of fishermen, longevity, popes, papacy, universal church
Peter Baptist- patron of Japan
Peter Chanel- patron of Oceania
Peter Claver- patron of African –Americans, Colombia, inter racial justice, race relations,
slavery victims
Peter Damian
Peter Favre
Peter Gonzalez
Peter of Alacantara- patron of Brazil, watchmen
Peter of Taventaise
Peter Regaldo
Pharadilis- patron against childhood illnesses, physical abuse, of troubled marriages
Philip Neri- patron of orators, public speakers, Rome, US Special Forces
Phillip of Zell- patron of babies, infants
Philomena- patron of babies, desperate/hopeless causes, orphans
Phocas- patron of agricultural workers, farmers, gardeners
Photini (Woman at the well)
Pierre Toussaint- patron of barbers
Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio)
Pirimus-patron of snake bite victims
Pius V
Pius X- patron of First Holy Communicants
Placid- against chills
Pollio- patron of lectors
Polycarp- patron against earaches
Porphyry of Gaza
Priscia and Acquila


Quentin- patron against coughs
Quirinus ­ patron against diabolic possession, obsession


Rafal Chylinski
Raphael- patron of the blind, health inspectors, lovers, nurses, physicians, travelers
Raymond Nonnatus-patron of C-section, childbirth, falsely accused, midwives, obstetricians,
pregnant women
Raymond of Penaforte- patron of canonists, confessors, law schools, medical record librarian,
Regina- patron against poverty, of shepherdesses, torture victims
Reinhold- patron of stonemasons
Rene Groupil-patron of anesthetists, anesthesiologists
Rita of Cascia- patron against hemorrhaging, of desperate /hopeless situations, infertility,
marital problems, parenthood, unhappily married women
Robert Bellarmine- patron of canonists, catechists, Cincinnati
Roch- patron of AIDS victims, against cholera, falsely accused, of dog lovers, invalids,
plague victims
Romanus- patron of mentally ill
Rose Venerini
Rose of Lima-patron against earthquakes, of Central and South America, gardeners,
Rose of Viterbo- patron of exiles, florists
Rose Philippine Duchesne-patron of those who have opposition from church authorities
Rufina and Justa- patrons of potters


Sabas- patron of lectors, torture victims
Scholastica- patron against storms, of convulsive children, nuns
Sebastian-patron of archers, athletes, plague victims, soldiers
Sebastian of Aparicia
Sebald- against cold weather, of Bavaria, freezing victims, Nuremberg
Seraphin of Montegranaro
Servatius- patron against foot disorders, rats, vermin, of rheumatism, successful
Seven Sleepers- patrons of sleep disorders
Sharbel Makhlouf
Sibyllina of Pavia
Simon the Apostle-patron of sawyers
Solange-patron against drought
Solanus Casey
Stanislaus Kostka- patron against broken bones, death with the sacraments
Stephen- patron of bricklayers, builders, deacons, stonemasons
Stephen of Hungary- patron of Hungary
Stephen of Mar Saba
Stephen the Younger- patron of coin collectors
Susanna- patron of martyrs
Swithbert – patron of angina sufferers, Germany, throat diseases
Swithin- patron against drought, for rain
Sylvester of Assisi


Tarsicius- patron of altar severs, First Communicants
Terethia Bendicta (Edith Stein) - patron of converts, Europe, orphans, World Youth Day
Teresa de Jesus, (Avila)-patron against headaches, against heart attacks, of headache/migraine
sufferers, heart attack victims, orphans, ridiculed for piety, Spain
Teresa of Calcutta- patron of impoverished people, the poor
Teresa of Liseux- patron of AIDS victims, aviators, florists, foreign missions, France, Russia,
victims of tuberculosis
Teresa of Los Andes
Theobald Roggeri- patron against fever, sterility, of church janitors, janitors
Theophilus of Corte
Three Kings (Magi)
Thomas Aquinas- patron against lightening, storms, of academics, apologists, booksellers, colleges, college students, pencil- makers, publishers, scholars, schools, theologians,
Thomas a Becket- patron of clergy
Thomas More- patron of adopted children, civil servants, court clerks, lawyers, politicians,
step parents, widowers
Thomas of Villanova
Thomas the Apostle – patron of architects, construction workers, doubters, East Indies, India,
Pakistan, surveyors
Thorac Thorhallson-patron of Iceland
Timothy-patron of stomach disorders
Titus-patron of Crete
Turibus of Mogroveio-patron of indigenous peoples, Peru


Urban V
Ursula- patron of British Virgin Islands, Cologne, drapers, schoolgirls, teachers, young women,
World Youth Day


Vaast- patron of babies, toddlers
Valentine- patron against fainting, of beekeepers, engaged couples, epilepsy, fainting, lovers
Valerian- patron against exposure, freezing weather, of freezing victims
Venerius-patron of lighthouse keepers
Veronica- patron of laundresses, photographers
Veronica Guliani
Viator- patron of catechists
Victor of Marseilles-patron against foot trouble, of hunters, millers, torture victims
Vincent de Paul- patron of charitable societies, hospitals, leprosy, lost articles
Madagascar, prisoners, volunteers
Vincent Ferrar- patron of builders, pavement workers, plumbers
Vincent of Saragossa- patron of Lisbon, Vicenza, torture victims, winemakers, wineries
Vitus- patron against dog bites, lightening, oversleeping, storms, of actors, comedians,
Czech Republic, dancers, dog lovers, epileptics, Prague, snake bite victims
Vladamir- patron of converts, kings, murderers, Russia


Walburga- patron against dog bites, coughs, famine, plague, of good crops/harvests, plague
victims, rabies victims
Walter of Pontnoise- patron of prisoners, stress related jobs, wine merchants
Wenceslaus- patron of Bohemia, brewers, Czech Republic
Wilgefortis- patron of unhappily married women
Winifride-patron against skin disease, of martyrs, wells,
Willibord- patron of epilepsy, Holland, Netherlands
William Carter
William Joseph Chaminade
William of Gellone- patron of knights, romantic tales
William of Norwich- patron of kidnap victims
Wolfgang- against stomach disorders/diseases, of paralyzed people, woodsmen



Yolanda of Poland


Zeno of Verona ­patron of babies, fishermen, infants, Verona
Zita-patron of domestics, housekeepers, maids, food service workers, lost keys, ridiculed for piety, wait persons

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