The Saints of the Catholic Church are guides and intercessors. Information about them coming soon!
The widely revered Saint Joseph is known by the following titles or representations in the Catholic Church: 1) the Husband of Mary; 2) the Foster-Father of Jesus; 3) the Worker; 4) the Patron of the Universal Church; and 5) the Patron of a happy death. These images provide something for everyone to identify with – particularly husbands and fathers, but also all workers…and everyone who will eventually die.
September 28th is the Feast Day of Saint Wenceslaus, the patron of Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic).
Saint Sebastian (c. AD 256 – 288) was an early Christian saint and martyr. His feast day is celebrated on January 20th.
Although called “Saint”, Michael the Archangel is an angel, rather than a “saint” seemingly around since the beginning of time.