There are a number of saints named Elizabeth. Please be specific.
There is no mention in any of the biographies of Saint Cecilia of any siblings.
If Lucy had any siblings there is no record of them.
If Sophia had any siblings, there is no record of them.
If Matthew had any siblings I can find no reference to them.
If Monica had any siblings, there is no surviving record of them.
If Valentine of Rome had any siblings there is no record of them.
If Cecilia had any siblings, we have no historic record of them.
One or more may be saints in Heaven but none have been recognized through the official canonization process. I cannot even find a list of the names of the siblings of Saint Francis.
Saint Christopher is a legendary saint who may, or may not have ever existed. he was removed from the official Calendar of Saints a number of years ago because there was so little information known about him and most of that was pure legend. We do not know if he existed, much less if he had any siblings.
If Barnabas had any siblings we have no record of them.
There is no reference to any siblings that Catherine may have had.
There is no mention in any biographies about any possible siblings of Patrick.
There is no written record of any siblings that Sebastian may have had.
If Elizabeth had any siblings we have no record of them.
Little is known about Saint Anne's life so it is unknown whether she had any siblings. There are no surviving records that might answer your question.
If he had any brothers or sisters, there is no record of them.
There are a number of saints named Catherine. Please be specific.
Yes. The Orthodox Church has their own Saints.
If Lucy had any siblings, no historic record remains of their names.
Saints of November 14: Saint Lawrence O'Toole: in the yr. 1180 Saint Serapion of Algiers: in the yr. 1240
Any saint by definition has achieved sainthood, except that some 'saints' are angels (St. Michael) and some saints were not canonized (St. Cecilia).
No, there are no 'saints' such as Saint Patrick or Saint Francis in the Bible. The concept of 'saints' is something dreamed up by certain religions. The word saints in the New testament is used to refer to all/any believers in Christ
There is no record of the names of the parents or of any siblings that St. Anthony may have had.