She read the bible to poor people on the street who could not
read or afford the bible.
she lived in Ireland.
How did Saint John Navisko become a saint
The patron saint of sports (athletics) is St. Sebastian, not St. Chloe.
St. Petersburg is the name of a city and not a saint.
St. Patrick was dead when he became a saint. That is a primary requisite for becoming a saint.
Which Saint Ignatius? There are several.
saint edward the confessor
There is no saint named Paricia.
There is no saint named Columbus.
St. Christopher, if he existed, became a saint based on his reported martyrdom.
There is a St. John the Baptist but no St. John Paul the Baptist.
Judas, the betrayer of Our Lord, is not a saint.
St. Patrick did not aspire to become a saint. He simply tried to do the will of God in the best way possible and that led to him being declared a saint.
Anne did not become a saint until she died at a VERY old age.
Gabriel is an archangel who was created by God as a saint.
To learn about the life of St. Clare of Assisi and why she deserves the title of 'saint' click on this link.
To learn why St. Anthony of Padua deserves the title of saint, click on the link below.
Andrew is a saint but not a patron saint.
There seems to be no Saint Cadog, however there is Saint Cadoc of Llancarvan. Is this who you were referring to?
St. Sebastian died for his faith. He was a martyr. That, alone, is sufficient for a person to be considered as a saint.
And did you have a particular St. Elizabeth in mind? There are several.
he became a saint because he can translate the whole bible
Pius XI is not yet a canonized saint.
There are a number of saints named Isidore. Which saint were you referring to?
St. Rachel is an Old Testament matriarch and not accorded the title of saint.
Roman Catholic Saint Abigail is known as the saint of beekeepers. She was declared a Saint in the sixth century.
St. Vincent of Zaragoza was proclaimed a saint by the early Christian community based on his martyrdom.
St. Bridget of Sweden as canonized on October 7, 1391, by Pope Boniface IX. St. Bridget of Ireland is a precongregational saint and was never canonized.
There were a couple St. Oswalds, you need to be more specific.
Saint Bridget became a saint by devoting her life to God, and she founded the order of Saint Savior (or the Brigittines)
There is no saint named Maritna. However, there is a Saint Martina who was a Roman Virgin who became a saint by suffering martyrdom.
See the link below for information on St. Madeline-
Please specify which Saint Dominic. There are several.
St. Joseph was himself a workman, a carpenter.
St. Benedict was officially recognized (canonized) as a saint in the year 1220 by Pope Honorius III
Saint Joseph de Veuster, St. Damien of Molokai, was canonized October 11, 2009.
Click on the link below for a brief biography of Saint Peregrine Laziosi and you decide why he is a saint.
Click on this biography of St. David below and read all about this saint and why he deserves the title.
The top words that do rhyme with caoimhe is diva and caoimhe is my name it means peace in some foreign countries. Caoimhe also rhymes with Beba which means baby girl in spanish
Answer St. Joseph become a saint because he accepted Mary when the angel said that the child in Mary's womb is the son of the Lord.
St. Michael the Archangel was created by God as a pure spirit long before the universe existed. He was created as a saint.
St. Catherine of Siena became a saint because of all her devotion to God and for helping people who were poor.
Caoimhe Butterly was born in 1978.
There is a saint named Therese and several others named Teresa but I can find no saint named Theresa.
Click on this link and you can read about the life and accomplishments of St. Charles Borromeo and learn why he deserves the title of saint.
I have placed a link to the biography of St. Mungo below so that you can determine for yourself why he was accorded the honor of saint.
Roman Catholic Answer Like any other saint, she cooperated with the Will of God for her in her life to be a saint. In St. Anne's life, the Will of God was to raise the Blessed Virgin Mary.
St. Faustina did not become an angel. She became a saint. God alone can create angels and they are pure spirits, not transformed humans.
St George was never king.
To be declared a saint by the Church you must first die.