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Saints List: January 

Colors of the Season
Colors of the Season
January 

 What do liturgical colors mean?

Solemnity of Mary
the Holy Mother of God

Solemnity of Mary

the Holy Mother of God

 

January 1

Saint Basil the Great
Saint Basil the Great

January 2 
The Most Holy Name of Jesus
The Most Holy Name of Jesus
January 3 
Saint Genevieve
Saint Genevieve
January 3 
Patron Saint of Paris
The girl who stopped Attila and his army of Huns, 
“Defender of Paris.” 
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

January 4 
 

Patron Saint of

in-law problems,

against the death of children, widows,

death of parents, and

opposition of Church authorities

Saint John Neumann
Saint John Neumann
 
January 5

Patron Saint

of Catholic Education

The Eve of the Epiphany

The Eve of the Epiphany

 
January 5 

The night La Befana

arrives in Italy!

The Epiphany

The Epiphany, Three Kings Day, & the start of Mardi Gras

 
January 6 

More Epiphany Traditions!

More Epiphany Traditions!

January 6 

Saint Andre Bessette

Saint Andre Bessette

January 6
Saint Raymond of Penafort

Saint Raymond

of Penafort

January 7 
Patron Saint of Canonists 
Saint Thorfinn Of Hamar

Saint Thorfinn

Of Hamar


January 8 
The Baptism of the Lord

The Baptism of the Lord: Christification

 
January 8 
 Saint Gregory of Nyssa

 Saint Gregory of Nyssa


January 10 
 Saint Theodosius the Cenobiarch

 Saint Theodosius

the Cenobiarch

 
January 11 
Saint Tatiana
Saint Tatiana
January 12
Patron Saint of Students 
Saint Hilary

Saint Hilary

 
January 13 
Patron Saint of Lawyers
Saint Ita
Saint Ita
January 15 
Patron Saint of
Roman Catholic Diocese
of Limerick, Ireland, Killeedy, Ireland
Saint Anthony the Abbot

 Saint Anthony the Abbot,

The Great,

The Father of Monks

January 17 
Patron Saint of animals...
Saint Margaret of Hungary

Saint Margaret

of Hungary

January 18 

Saint Wulfstan

Saint Wulfstan

January 19 

Patron Saint of vegetarians and dieters

Saint Sebastian

Saint Sebastian

January 20 

 Patron Saint of

Soldiers,

athletes,

plague-stricken, 

archers, 

holy Christian death, 

and those who

desire a saintly death

Saint Fabian

Saint Fabian

January 20 

Saint Agnes

Saint Agnes

January 21 
Patron Saint of
young girls,
chastity,
rape survivors
Our Lady of Altagracia

Our Lady of Altagracia

January 21 

Saint Vincent of Saragossa

Saint Vincent of Saragossa

January 22 

 Patron Saint of winemakers, 

champagne,

wine,  

vinegar-makers,

São Vicente, 

Lisbon; 

Vicenza, Italy 

Saint Marianne Cope

Saint Marianne Cope

January 23 
Patron Saint of lepers, outcasts, those with HIV/AIDS, the Hawaii
Saint Francis de Sales

Saint Francis de Sales

January 24 

Patron Saint of

Catholic press;

confessors;

deaf people;

educators; 

writers;

journalists; 

Saint Dwynwen, Dawn

Saint Dwynwen, Dawn

January 25

Patron Saint of Lovers (Wales)
 

Saint Timothy & Saint Titus

Saint Timothy & Saint Titus

January 26 
Patron Saint of  Stomach Disorders
Saint Angela Merica

Saint Angela Merica

January 27
 
Patron Saint of the sick, disabled and physically challenged people and those grieving the loss of parents
Saint Thomas Aquinas

Saint Thomas Aquinas

January 28 
Patron of students and all universities
Saint Blath of Kildare (Flora)

Saint Blath of Kildare (Flora)

January 29 
Model of Christian
Service to Others
Proclamation of the
Kingdom of Heaven

Proclamation of the Kingdom of Heaven

January 30 
Saint John Bosco

Saint John Bosco

January 31 
More Epiphany Traditions!

Blessed Chalk, Blessed home!

January 6 

Christus Mansionem Benedicat (Christ bless this house),

as well as the first initial of the names of the three Magi: Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar.

Up Helly Aa Day

Up Helly Aa Day


January 


Fire festivals held annually in the Shetland Islands of Scotland,

in the middle of winter to mark the end of the yule season.