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List of Female Saints

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St. Paul | Egyptian Hermit and founder of Monastic life in Thebes, January15

St. Anthony | Founder of monastic life in the desert of Egypt, January 17
St. Fulgentius | Bishop of Ruspe, Tunisia, January 1st
St. John the Alms Giver | Patriarch of Alexandria, January 23
St. Gelasius | Bishop of Rome and third African Pope (492-496), March 1
SS. Perpetua and Felicity | Martyred in Carthage along with 6 others companions, March 7
St. Maximilian (Marmilian) | Martyred at Theveste, Numidia after refusing to serve in the Roman army, March 12
St. Benedict the Black | Sicilian, son of African parents; the first African to be canonized through the regular canonical process, April 4
St. Zeno | Born at Cherchell, Algeria; missionary in Verona, Italy, where he become Bishop of Verona (c. 362), April 12
St. Marcellinus | He was an African missionary to France, April 20
St. Athanasius | Bishop of Alexandria, May 2
St. Orsiesius | Abbot of Tabennisi Monastery, Egypt, June 15
St. Cyril of Alexandria | Patriarch of Alexandria (412-444), June 27
SS. Timothy and Maura | Husband and wife martyred in Southern Egypt, May 3
St. Isdore of Chios | Alexandrian army officer beheaded for his faith, May 15
St. Josephine Bakhita | Sudanese slave girl born in 1869. She was later sold to an Italian Consol who took her to Italy where she eventually became free. She was baptized and later joined the Canossian Sisters in Vincenza, Italy, lived a holy life, and beatified May 17, 1992. She was canonized on October 1st 2000. Her feast is 8 February.
St. Julia of Tunisia | Slave girl crucified for her faith, May 22
St. Charles Lwanga and Companions | Martyrs, canonized by Pope Paul VI in 1964. The 22 young court servant were martyred for their faith by the Buganda King Mwanga in 1886. Along with them were 80 young Anglicans. June 3
St. Onuphrius | Egyptian hermit, June12
St. Shenute | Founder of monastic life in Egypt, July 1
St. Anatolius | Philosopher and scientist of Alexandria, July 3
St. Pantaenus | Head of Alexandrian Catechetical School and missionary to Persia (Iran), July 9
St. Eugenius | Archbishop of Carthage, July 13
St. Speratus and companions | The 12 martyrs of Scillum, Carthage, Tunisia, July 17
St. Aurelius | Archbishop of Carthage, Tunisia, July 20
St. Victor I | Bishop of Rome and first African Pope (189-199), July 23
St. Rutilius | North African martyr, August 2
Blessed Isidore Bakanja | A Congolese labourer and catechist martyred for his faith, 8 August
Blessed Victoire Rasoamanarivo | Foundress of the Catholic Action in Madagascar, beatified in 1989, August 21
153 martyrs of Utica | Thrown into a pit of quicklime in Utica, Tunisia, August 24
St. Monica | Mother of St Augustine of Hippo, widowed at age 40, August 27
St. Poemen | A desert monk known for his holiness, and who encouraged frequent Communion, August 27
St. Augustine of Hippo | Bishop of Hippo Regius (modern Annaba) on coast of Algeria, Doctor of the Church, August 28
St. Moses the Black | A slave, gang leader, who after conversion died a martyr of non-violence on August 28, his feast day. That date providentially coincides with the march to Washington by 200,000 African Americans in 1963, August 28
Blessed Ghebre Mikha'el | Ethiopian priest and martyr, September 2
St. Donatian and Companions | Martyrs, six Bishops of the Ecclesiatical province of Byzaccne (present day Tunisia and Algeria); killed for their faith by the Arian Vandals, September 6
St. Nemesia and Companions | 9 Bishops, several deacons and lay persons who died in a marble quarry in North Africa, September 10
St. Maurice and his Theban Legion (from Egypt) | Martyrs, who were killed at Agauno, Switzerland for refusing to sacrifice to pagan divinities, September 22
St. Matthew | Apostle and Evangelist. According to one ancient tradition, he was the first evangelizer of Nubia (modern Sudan), September 21
St. Raissa | Virgin and martyr from Alexandria, September 22
St. Cassian of Tangiers | A lawyer who resigned and became Christian and died as a martyr, December 3
St. Melchiades | Bishop of Rome and second African Pope (311-314), December 10
SS. Aizan and Sazan | Twin Brothers; Aizan was the first Christian Emperor of the Kingdom of Axum, Ethiopia, October 1
St. Thais | Egyptian penitent, converted after many years as a prostitute, October 8
St. Cerbonius | African missionary Bishop in Italy, October 10
St. Michael Aragave | One of the first Ethiopian Monks, October 11
St. Sarmata | A disciple of St. Anthony of Egypt, martyred by Saracens in the Egyptian desert, October 11,5000 African martyrs and confessers of the faith
African martyrs deported and killed for their faith by the Vandal King Huneric, October 12
Commemoration of the Saints of the Ethiopian Church: St. Frumentius (Abba Salama) and Aedesius
Syriac monks and founders of the Church in Ethipia, October 27
St. Elesbaan | An Ethiopia King who died as a monk in Jerusalem, October 27
St. Martin de Porres | Born in Peru, son of a Spanish father and an African slave mother, who became a pharmacist at an early age and later joined the Dominican Order, where he continued to dispense medicine to the poor, while living a humble and austere life, with great devotion to the Eucharist, November 3
St. Pierius | Head of the Catechetical School in Alexandria, November 4
St. Achilias | Head of religious instruction in Alexandria, November 7
St Nennas | An Egyptian soldier in Phygia, who fled from persecution and became a hermit, November 11
St. Arcadius and companions | Martyrs, victims of the Arian Kind of the Vandals, Genseric, November 13
St. Lalibala (Ghebre Mesqel) | An Ethipian Emperor revered for his faith, October 27
St. Tekla Hymanot | A great Ethipian reformer of monasticism, October 27
St. Gelasius | Bishop of Rome and third African Pope (492-496), liturgical reformer, who orderded the reception of Communion under both species, November 21
St Cathrine of Alexandria | Virgin and martyr who suffered martyrdom in Alexandria. Her relics are said to be kept in the monastery of St. Catherine on Sinai, November 25
Blessed Anuarite Nengapeta | Virgin and martyr, a member of the Holy Family Sister in Congo Kinshasa, martyred by the Simba rebels, December 1
St. Peter Martyr of Alexandria | Patriarch of Alexandria during the Roman persecution, December?