List of saints

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This is an incomplete list of Christian saints in alphabetical order by Christian name, but if necessary by surname, the place, or attribute part of the name as well.

There are more than 10,000 Roman Catholic saints. Among the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Communions, the numbers may be even higher, since there is no fixed process of "canonization" and each individual jurisdiction within the two Orthodox communions independently maintains parallel lists of saints that have only partial overlap.

Note that the Anglican Communion have only ever canonised one saint—King Charles I of England (see Society of King Charles the Martyr). However, it recognises pre-Reformation saints, as does the United Methodist Church. Persons who have led lives of celebrated sanctity or missionary zeal are included in the Calendar of the Prayer Book "without thereby enrolling or commending such persons as saints of the Church". Similarly, any individuals commemorated in the Lutheran calendar of saints will be listed as well.

Wikipedia contains calendars of saints for particular denominations, listed by the day of the year on which they are traditionally venerated, as well as a Chronological list of saints and blesseds, listed by their date of death.

Christian saint s since 450 A.D.

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1 The saint has been removed from the Roman Catholic calendar of saints due to a lack of historical evidence. Removal is not automatically a judgement about the existence of the saint in question, and is also not equivalent with "de-canonization", it only means that the saint no longer has an official 'feast' day.
2 St. George is specifically mentioned in the English Book of Common Prayer from 1662, and Common Worship of 2000. However, other Anglican churches have since removed reference to him, or never included him in the past.
3 The Anglican feast is "Michael and All Angels".
4 Common Worship has "Commemoration".
5 Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church only, based on a local tradition of his conversion and martyrdom.
6 Eastern Rite Catholic Churches only.
7 Russian Orthodox Church only.

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