There is no female patron of sports. St. Sebastian is considered the only patron saint of sports.
There is no female patron of sports. We have only St. Sebastian who is the patron saint of athletes and athletics.
Saint Sebastian is the patron saint of athletes and athletics.
There is no male or female patron saint of basketball. The patron saint of all sports, male and female, is St. Sebastian.
St. Sebastian is the patron saint of all athletics and athletes.
Almost every single female saint you can think of is Catholic. This is because the Roman Catholic Church names people to be saints.
Yes, Sebastian is the patron saint of all athletics and athletes - male or female.
There are many black female saints in the Catholic Church. There are many included in this directory but it does not distinguish between male and female. For a list click on this link.
The only saint recognized by the Catholic Church as the patron saint of athletes and athletics is St. Sebastian. See this link for confirmation of this.
I read somewhere that there really was no patron saint of sports. I'm not sure though.
There has never been a female bishop in the Catholic Church.
Undoubtedly, the first female saint in order of importance is the Blessed Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus and thus the mother of God, and mother of the Church.
I don't think that there is a St. Amanda, but there is a St. Amandus. His Saint day is celebrated on February 6th.
Yes, Saint Damian, the brother of Saint Cosmas, is a Catholic saint.
Yes, St. Lucy is a Catholic saint.
Yes, Saint Sebastian was a Catholic
There is no Catholic saint named Freya.
Yes, Saint Samthann was a Catholic.
Yes, George is a very popular Catholic saint.
Yes, Katharine Drexel is a Catholic saint.
I couldn't find a female saint of love. I did found though that St. Dorothy is the patron saint of Brides, and Sts. Elizabeth and Cecilia are the patrons of difficult marriages. St. Raphael the Archangel is also a patron of love, but angels are neither male nor female.
There is no Catholic saint named Harrison.
Yes, St. Rose is a Catholic saint. She was the first canonized saint from the Americas.
Saint Natalia of Nicomedia is a Catholic saint and her memorial is observed on December 1.
Roman Catholic AnswerSaint Francis had a follower name Clare, who founded the female monastic order known as the Poor Clares based on the Franciscan rule.