Dominican Laity – Western Province


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        1 2 3The Most Holy Name of Jesus [C]The Most Holy Name of Jesus [C]The texts are from the Dominican Rite. See Dec. 1. Bl. Stephanie Quinzani (1457-1530)Bl. Stephanie Quinzani (1457-1530)Italian, virgin, mystic, sister.
4St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. U.S.St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. U.S. St. Zedíslava Berkiana (1221-1252)St. Zedíslava Berkiana (1221-1252)Lay Dominican and wife. Bohemian, she carefully raised four children and founded 2 Dominican priories, her charities, at times miraculously confirmed, abounded for the needy, the sick, and indigent families, she died in her husband's arms. In 1989, through her intercession, a doctor was healed from a lengthy coma by a miracle. Canonized by John Paul II May 21, 1995, and established as a memorial. 5 6 7St. Raymond of Penafort (1175-1275) [M]St. Raymond of Penafort (1175-1275) [M]Spanish, priest, canonist, diplomat, Third Master of the Order, Church appointed patron of canonists, canonized in 1601. 8 9 10Bl. Gonsalvo of Amarante (+1259)Bl. Gonsalvo of Amarante (+1259)Portuguese, priest, part-time hermit, miracle worker. Bl. Ann of the AngelsBl. Ann of the Angels
11Bl. Bernard Scammacca (1430-1487) [M]Bl. Bernard Scammacca (1430-1487) [M]Sicilian, priest, penitent, mystic. 12 13 14 15 16 17
18St. Margaret of Hungary (1242-1270) [F]St. Margaret of Hungary (1242-1270) [F]Hungarian, virgin, royal princess, nun, mystic, canonized 1943. 19Bl. Andrew of Peschiera (1400-1485)Bl. Andrew of Peschiera (1400-1485)Greco-Italian, priest, missionary to heretics. 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (1225-1274) [F]ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (1225-1274) [F]Italian, priest, renowned theologian, teacher, author of the "Summa Theologiae", AKA "Angelic Doctor" and "Common Doctor" of the Church, Church appointed patron of students and Catholic schools, canonized 1323. 29 30 31