Your Prayers are Accepted!


Your Prayers are Accepted


One of the many idols fabricated by Catholic Church



FROM:         M.M.Farhat
TO:                   Birjis Alam
CC:                    Cecil, Don W, David S, Hakam Q, Farouk A, Edip Yuksel, Daniel D
DATE:            Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 12:48 PM
SUBJECT:   St. Theresa Prayer

FROM:        Birjis Alam
TO:              Yasmin Moghul
CC:                   …
DATE:           12 October 2012 06:13
SUBJECT:   Re: Fw: St. Theresa Prayer

FROM:        Yasmin Moghul
TO:                  Birjis Alam
CC:                   …
DATE:           Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 2:37 AM
SUBJECT:   FW: St. Theresa Prayer

FROM:          Jessica Dubash
TO:                    Yasmin Moghul
CC:                     …
DATE:            Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 9:37 AM
SUBJECT:    FW: St. Theresa Prayer

FROM:          Yazdyar Haveliwala
TO:                    Jessica Dubash
CC:                     …
DATE:            Mon, 8 Oct 2012 06:46:12 +0000
SUBJECT:    RE: St. Theresa Prayer


This will show you how powerful prayer is !

Look at the picture, read the prayer and then make a wish and read the prayer again.


I am picking people who have touched my life and who I think would want to receive this. Please send it back to me (You’ll see why).  In case you are not aware, Saint Theresa is known as the Saint of the Little Ways, meaning she believed in doing the little things in life well and with great love…

She is represented by roses.
May everyone who receives this message be blessed.
Saint Theresa’s Prayer Cannot be deleted. 

REMEMBER to make a wish before you read the prayer. That’s all you have to do.
There is nothing attached. Just share this with people and see what happens on the fourth day. Sorry you have to forward the message, but try not to break this, please..

 Prayer is one of the best free gifts we receive… Read the prayer below.  

Saint Theresa’s Prayer  

May today there be peace within.
May you trust God that you are exactly where you are meant to be.
May you not forget the infinite possibilities that are born of faith.
May you use those gifts that you have received, and pass on the love that has been given to you.
May you be content knowing you are a child of God.
Let this presence settle into your bones, and allow your soul the freedom to sing,
Dance, praise and love.
It is there for each and every one of us.

Now, send this to 11 people within the next 5 minutes .

This angel is sent to you..


You must send her to 11 people including me.  

In 8 minutes you will receive something you have long awaited. 

Have faith. 



FROM:   Edip Yuksel
TO:          Mac Farhat
CC:          Birjis Alam, Yasmin Moghul, Jessica Dubash, Yezdyar Haveliwala
DATE:   Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 11:39 PM
SUBJECT:      Your prayers are accepted (Re: St. Theresa Prayer)

Dear faithful people, Mac Farhat, Birjis Alam, Yasmin Moghul, Jessica Dubash, and Yezdyar Haveliwala.

I received St. Theresa’s Prayer through all of your faithful work… As you know, what goes around comes around. Your hard work has paid off!

My prayers were answered:

In my dream, I was told by an angel that all of you are pure 100% organic idiots, and that God does not like idiots.

I have a medicine for your problem, but ı am not sure whether you can administer it without help. Good luck. Here is the first pill:

Before putting anything in our mouths we observe the color, sniff its smell. If it looks rotten, or smells bad we do not touch it. If a food passes the eye and nose tests, then our taste buds will be the judge. If a harmful bit fools all those examinations, our stomach come to rescue, it revolts and throws them up. There are many other organs that function as stations for testing, examination, and modification of imported material into our bodies. They ultimately meet our smart and vigilant nano-guards: white cells. Sure, there are many harmful or potentially harmful foods that pass all the way through our digestive system into our blood, such as alcohol and fat.

Nevertheless, without much using our reasoning faculty, we have an innate system that protects our body from harmful substances. Then, it is a mystery how we put information and assertions, especially the most bizarre ones, into our brains without subjecting them to rigorous test of critical thinking.

We should not turn our brains into trashcans of false ideas, holy viruses, unexamined dogmas and superstitions, which usually use Trojan Horses to invade and conquer our castle, which is brain! We should be wise!

(For the second pill, read the following)




FROM:               M.M.Farhat
TO:                 ‘Edip Yuksel’; Farouk Aziz
CC:                 Birjis Alam; Ymoghul, Yazdyar
DATE:               15 October 2012
SUBJECT:      Your prayers are accepted (Re: St. Theresa Prayer)

Mr Yuksel

Thank you for granting me an award of being idiot. I attended 2 days conference in Oxford University organised by Arnold Mol & you  2 years ago and you put me in doubt of  your abysmal moral integrity being a disciple of imposter prophet late Rashid Khalifah, a proponent of Theory of 19.  However, now you have shown your real colours that your are on top of the most prominent idiots in the world.  I am informing your right hand man and my good friend for the last 12 + years Farouk Aziz from Malaysia as well.

My last request is: Please remove my name from your mailing list

Because a so called sensible man should not waste his time in sending trash to idiots

M. Farhat


FROM:         M.M.Farhat
TO:                 Sh Aziz
CC:                 Arnold Mol, Iftikhar, Imran
DATE:          16 October 2012
SUBJECT:      Re: Your prayers are accepted (Re: St. Theresa Prayer)

Dear Sh Aziz. Arnold Mol, Iftikhar & Imran


To understand the bottom of the whole story you scroll down to the bottom and start reading from there.

In a nutshell my sister-in-law forwarded St Theresa Prayers to me to forward to at least 7 persons which I did including Edip Yuksel. No one replied except this man

This is for your information. You can write by all means to him.

Maqbool Farhat


NB: Dear Aziz sahib  I cannot find Imran Goondiwala address in my address book. Will you please forward it to him


Forwarded to Edip Yuksel by M.M. Farhat

FROM:               Arnold Yasin Mol
TO:                 M.M.Farhat
CC:                 Aziz Shaikh; Iftikhar Ahmad
DATE:               16 October 2012
SUBJECT:      Re: Your prayers are accepted (Re: St. Theresa Prayer)

Yep, that’s Edip. Too rude.

Met vredige groeten/With peace/asSalam alaykum,

Arnold Yasin Mol


FROM:           Edip Yuksel
TO:                 Arnold Mol
CC:                 M.M.Farhat, Iftikhar Ahmad
DATE:           1 November 2012
SUBJECT:      Re: Your prayers are accepted (Re: St. Theresa Prayer)


Dear Arnold, I prefer to tell the truth rather than avoid being perceived as a rude person, by nice people like you, at the cost of hiding the truth. If I see ketchup on my friend’s nose, I will tell him/her that. I consider it as my duty as a friend. I have the same duty to a stranger who consults me or walking towards a cliff.

This matter is much worse than a gram of ketchup on the nose; it is the venomous spider of organized religions that has caused numerous tragedies and atrocities in human history.

The truth is not always popular, my dear friend (See: 23:70-71)… I could join the bandwagon and try to please those who keep forwarding this so-called prayer in the name of ST. THERESA, which CONTAINS:

  • Polytheistic instructions, such as “pray while looking at the picture” of one of the many the Catholic idols.
  • Fabricated rules, such as “St. Theresa’s prayer cannot be deleted” or “share it with 11 people”; and
  • False promises, such as “you will receive what you have been waiting in 8 minutes”.

Thus, I did not join the bandwagon, since It CONTRADICTS:

  • The experiences of those who pray to God in the name of idols. Those prayers do not save millions of people from their myriad miseries.
  • The monotheistic principle that instructs me not put faith in intercession of any prophet, saint, pope, bishop, priest, mullah, monk, or guru while praying to God, my only Lord.
  • My knowledge gathered through reasoned observation and learning about placebo effect, selective memory, subliminal messages, and religious promotion, marketing and propaganda.

The prayer cleverly propagates authority of the polytheistic, corrupt, and hypocritical teachings of the Catholic Church. The Quran, the proven word of God contains many prayers and I can directly pray to God without looking the picture of a fabricated saint by Catholic Church to fool and control the “faithful”, euphemism for the “gullible” and “idiot”.

By the way: Who is St. Theresa? It is one of the many fictional idols created by Catholic Church. Kellogg’s innovates and market cereals; Ford innovates and markets cars; Apple innovates electronic devises and markets them. Catholic Church innovates and markets lies, holy lies. It is a very productive lie-production machine. The bigger lies, the more excited customers it gets. They have been carving new saint-idols for every profession and segment of their target population. Anyone who knows about marketing and advertising knows that Saints serve to reinforce the brand name. The incredible wealth and power of the Catholic Church, in the past and even in the present is realized EXACTLY through these sorts of “prayer marketing” scams.

So, my dear friends. Sorry for crashing your party with sober words. Go and follow the Catholic Church’s propaganda, and look at the picture of one of the hundreds of their fictional idols and hope that your prayers will be accepted in 8 minutes!

You will be in the company of the millions of delusional and duped people who sing peace in their churches, synagogues or mosques but support warmongers, bigger military and cheer for more bloodshed. Those who can put faith in St. Theresa and the false promises in the name of God, will surely be able to put faith in many other false promises. They will suffer from cognitive dissonance, which is the culprit in the greatest tragedies in human history.

As for those who wish to pray through this or that idol, here is the alphabetic list of the saints fabricated by the Catholic Church. You will get dizzy, which one to choose. I will not say good luck, since I have no doubt that you will regret in the hereafter, if not here.

Before you go through the list of saints in the first letter of the alphabet, below a few “facts” about the saints peddled by the Catholic Church alongside St. Theresa. It is from the same site, above in the category of Fun Facts:

And don’t miss this menu at the same site. I removed the hyperlinks, but it should give you some idea about the SAINT INDUSTRY. It is very lucrative. It brings billions of dollars to Catholic Church:


Saints Index
Saints FAQs
Patron Saints
Popular Saints
Church Doctors
Female Saints
Black Saints
Japanese Saints
Irish Saints
Martyr Saints
Saint News
Feast day List
Saint of the Day
Saints Fun Facts
Saint Calendar
California Missions
Angel Encounters
Search Saints
Here is the list of the 894 “saints” or “idols” whose names start with LETTER A only. They are all TRINITERIAN CATHOLICS. And ALL of them are worshipers of the previous saints. A self-serving industry! The holy perpetual machine!

St. Aaron
St. Abadios
St. Abadir
St. Abadiu
St. Abaidas
St. Abakerazum
St. Abakuh
St. Aba Mina
St. Abamon (Apa Pamun)
St. Abanoub
St. Aba Salamah, (Frumentius)
St. Abba Capito
St. Abba Isa
St. Abba Julian
St. Abban
St. Abban
St. Abban of Murnevin
St. Abbo
St. Abbo
St. Abdas of Susa
St. Abdas
St. Abdiesus
St. Abdon
St. Abel
St. Abercius Marcellus
St. Aberoh (Aburom, Arianus)
St. Abhor (Amba Hor)
St. Abibas
St. Abibas
St. Abibus
St. Abidianus
St. Abigail
St. Abilius
St. Abilius
St. Abilus
St. Abra
St. Abraham
St. Abraham
St. Abraham
St. Abraham
St. Abrahamites Monks
St. Abraham Kidunaja
St. Abraham of Carrhae
St. Abraham of Kratia
St. Abraham of Rostov
St. Abraham of Smolensk
St. Abraham the Poor
St. Abraham the Poor
St. Abran
St. Abreha and Atzbeha (Aizan and Sazana)
St. Absadah
St. Absadi
St. Abudimus
St. Abuna (Frumentius)
St. Frumentius of Ethiopia
St. Abundius
St. Abundius
St. Abundius
St. Abundius
St. Aburom
St. Acacius
St. Acacius
St. Acacius
St. Acca
St. Accidia
St. Acculus
St. Aceolus
St. Acepsimas
St. Acepsimas
St. Acepsius
St. Acestes
St. Acha the Confessor
St. Acharius
St. Achatius
St. Achillas
St. Achillas
St. Achillas
St. Achillas
St. Achillas
St. Achillas of Alexandria
Sts. Nereus & Achilleus
St. Achilleus
St. Achilleus Kewanuka
St. Acirianus
St. Acisclus
St. Acius
St. Acllinus
St. Acrates (Aragawi)
St. Acyndinus
St. Ada
St. Ada
St. Adalar
St. Adalard of Corbie
St. Adalbald of Ostrevant
St. Adalbero
Bl. Adalbero
St. Adalbert
St. Adalbert of Magdeburg
St. Adalbert of Prague
St. Adalgis
St. Adalgis
St. Adalgott
St. Adalsindis
St. Adalsindis
St. Adam
St. Adamnan
St. Adamnan of Coldingham
St. Adauctus
St. Adaucus
St. Addal
St. Adela
St. Adela
St. Adela
St. Adelaide
St. Adelaide
St. Adelaide of Bellich
St. Adelard
St. Adele
St. Adelelmus
St. Adelina
Bl. Adeline
St. Adeloga
St. Adelphius
St. Adelphius the ‘Confessor.’
St. Adelphus
St. Adelphus
St. Adeodatus
St. Adeodatus II
St. Aderald
St. Adheritus
St. Adjutor
St. Adjutor
St. Adolf of Osnabruck
Bl. Adolph Kolping
Sts. Adolphus and John
St. Adolphus Ludigo-Mkasa
St. Ado of Vienne
Bl. Adrian
St. Adrian
Adrian II
St. Adrian III
Adrian IV
Adrian V
St. Adrian
St. Adrian
St. Adrian
St. Adrian, Abbot
Bl. Adrian Fortescue
St. Adrian III
St. Adrian Van Hilvarenbeek
St. Adrio
St. Adulf
Sts. Adulph and John
St. Adventor
St. Aedesius
St. Aedesius
St. Aedh MacBricc
St. Aelred of Rievaulx
St. Aemilianus (Emilian)
St. Aengus
St. Aetherius
St. Afan
St. Afra
St. Afra
St. Africanus
St. Africus
St. Agabius
St. Agabus
St. Aganus
St. Agape
St. Agape
St. Agapitus
St. Agapitus
St. Agapius
St. Agapius
St. Agapius
St. Agatha
St. Agatha Kwon Chin-i
St. Agatha
St. Agatha Chon Kyonghyob
St. Agatha Kim
St. Agatha Lin
St. Agathangelo Noury
St. Agathangelus
St. Agatha Yi
St. Agatha Yi Kannan
St. Agatha Yi Kyong-i
St. Agatha Yi Sosa
St. Agatho
St. Agatho
St. Agathoclia
St. Agathon
St. Agathopus
St. Agathus
St. Ageranus
St. Agericus
St. Agia
St. Agia
St. Agilbert
St. Agilberta
St. Agileus
St. Agilulfus
St. Agilus
Bl. Agnello of Pisa
St. Agnellus
St. Agnellus of Pisa
St. Agnes
St. Agnes of Assisi
St. Agnes of Bohemia
St. Agnes De
Bl. Agnes de Jesus Galand
St. Agnes Kim Hyoju
St. Agnes of Assisi
St. Agnes of Bohemia
St. Agnes of Montepulciano
St. Agnes of Poitiers
St. Agnes of Rome
Bl. Agnes Takea
Bl. Agnes Tsao-Kouy
St. Agobard
St. Agofredus
St. Agostina Petrantoni
St. Agostino Roscelli
St. Agrecius
St. Agricola
St. Agricola
St. Agricolus
St. Agrippina
St. Agrippinus
Bl. Agustin Caloca Cortes
St. AIban of Mainz
St. Aibert
St. Aichardus
St. Aidan
St. Aidan of Lindisfarne
St. Aidan of Ferns
St. Aidric
St. Aigulf
St. Aigulf
St. Ailbhe
St. Aileran
St. Aimo
St. Aizan and Sazana (Abreha and Atzbeha)
St. Ajuture
Bl. Alan de la Roche
Bl. Alan de Solminihac
St. Alban
St. Alban Bartholomew Roe
St. Alban of Britain
St. Alberic of Utrecht
St. Alberic of Cîteaux
St. Alberic Crescitelli
Bl. Albert of Bergamo
Bl. Albert of Clatina
St. Albert Chmielowski
St. Albert the Great
St. Albertinus
St. Albert of Jerusalem
St. Albert of Magdeburg
Bl. Alberto Marvelli
Bl. Albert of Bergamo
St. Albert of Cashel
St. Albert of Como
St. Albert of Gambron
St. Albert of Genoa
St. Albert of Jerusalem
St. Albert of Louvain
St. Albert of Montecorvino
St. Albert of Trapani
St. Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga
St. Albina
St. Albinus
St. Albinus
St. Alburga
St. Alcmund
Bl. Alcuin
St. Aldate
St. Aldebrandus
St. Aldegunais
St. Aldemar
St. Aldericus
St. Aldhelm
St. Aldo
St. Aleaunie
St. Alena
St. Alexander
St. Alexander of Jerusalem
St. Alexander I
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
Alexander II
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
Alexander III
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
Alexander IV
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander Akimetes
St. Alexander the Bishop
St. Alexander Briant
Sts. Alexander, Heraclins, and Companions
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander of Gaza
St. Alexander of Kemet
St. Alexander
St. Alexander Nevski
St. Alexander of Alexandria
St. Alexander of Comana
St. Alexander of Constantinople
Bl. Alexander of Lugo
Bl. Alexander Rawlins
St. Alexander Sauli
St. Alexander the Soldier
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexander
St. Alexandra and Companions
St. Alexandra
St. Alexandra of Alexandria
Bl. Alexandrina Maria da Costa
St. Alexis
St. Alexis Falconieri
Bl. Alexius Nakamura
St. Alex U Seyong
St. Aleydis
St. Alfanus
Bl. Alfonso Maria Fusco
St. Alfreda
Bl. Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster
St. Alfred the Great
St. Alfrick
St. Alfwold
St. Alice
St. Alipius
Bl. Alix Le Clercq
St. Alkeld
St. Allerius
St. Allucio
St. Almachius
St. Almedh
St. Almirus
St. Almus
St. Alnoth
St. Alodia
Bl. Luigi Variara
Bl. Alojzije Stepinac
St. Alonso Rodriguez
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
St. Alphaeus
St. Alphaeus
St. Alphege
St. Alphege of Canterbury
St. Alphege
St. Alphius
St. Alphonsa
St. Alphonsa of the Immaculate Conception
St. Alphonsus
Bls. Alphonsus Navarette, Ferdinand Ayala, and Leo Tanaca
Bl. Alphonsus de Mena
Bl. Alphonsus de Orozco
Bl. Alphonsus de Vaena
St. Alphonsus Marie Liguori
St. Alphonsus Rodriguez
St. Airick
St. Altfrid
Sts. Altigianus and Hilarinus
St. Altinus
St. Altman
St. Alto
Bl. Alvarez of Corova
St. Alverius
St. Alvitus
St. Alypius
St. Amabilis
St. Amabilis
Bl. Amadeus IX of Savoy
Bl. Amadeus of Lausanne
St. Amadour
St. Amaethlu
St. Amalberga
St. Amalberga
St. Amand
St. Amandus
St. Amantius
St. Amantius of Como
St. Amantius
St. Amarand
St. Amaranthus
St. Amarinus
ST. Amasius
St. Amaswinthus
St. Amata
Bl. Amata
St. Amator
St. Amator
St. Amator
St. Amatus
St. Amatus
St. Amba Agatho the Silent, Abraham
St. Amba Baula the Just (Paul)
St. Amba Betra (Peter)
St. Amba Paphnutius
St. Amba Shenudi
St. Ambrose
St. Ambrose
St. Ambrose of Alexandria
St. Ambrose Aut-pert
St. Ambrose Edward Barlow
Bl. Ambrose Fernandez
St. Ambrose Kibuka
Bl. Ambrosio Francisco Ferro and Companions
St. Ambytianus
St. Amedeus
St. Amelberga
St. Amelberga
St. Amelberga
St. Amicus
St. Amicus
St. Ammon
St. Ammon
Ammon, the Great
St. Ammon
St. Ammon
St. Ammon
St. Ammon and Serapion
St. Ammonaria
St. Ammonas
St. Ammonius
St. Ammonius
St. Amo
St. Amor
St. Amor of Amorbach
St. Amor of Aquitaine
Bls. Amparo Rosat Balasch and Maria del Calvario Romero Clariana
St. Ampelius
St. Ampellius
St. Ampelus
St. Amphianus
St. Amphibalus
St. Amphilocus
St. Amphion
St. Ampliatus
St. Amulwinus
St. Amunia
St. Anacharius
Bl. Anacleto González Flores
St. Anacletus
St. Anacletus II
St. Ananias
St. Ananias II
St. Ananias III
St. Anastasia
St. Anastasia II
St. Anastasia III
St. Anastasia Patricia
St. Anastasia the Patrician
St. Anastasius
St. Anastasius I
St. Anastasius X
St. Anastasius XI
St. Anastasius XII
St. Anastasius XIII
St. Anastasius XIV
St. Anastasius XV
St. Anastasius XVI
St. Anastasius XVII
St. Anastasius XVIII
St. Anastasius XIX
Anastasius II
St. Anastasius XX
St. Anastasius
Anastasius III
Anastasius IV
St. Anastasius V
St. Anastasius VI
St. Anastasius VII
St. Anastasius VIII
St. Anastasius IX
St. Anastasius Cornicularius
St. Anastasius the Fuller
St. Anastasius the Sinaite
St. Anathalon
St. Anatole Kiriggwajjo
St. Anatolia
St. Anatolius
St. Anatolius of Laodicea
St. Anatolius
St. Anatolius
St. Andeolus
St. Andochius
Bl. Andrea Carlo Ferrari
Bl. Andrea Giacinto Longhin
St. Andreas Bauer
St. Andre Bessette
Bl. Andre de Soveral
Bl. Andre Fardeau
Bl. Andrés Solá Molist
St. Andrew
St. Andrew Chong Hwa-Gyong
Bl. Andrew Hibernon
Bl. Andrew of Strumi
Bl. Andrew Segni (of Anagni)
St. Andrew Thong Kim Nguyen
St. Andrew Trong Van Tran
St. Andrew
St. Andrew
St. Andrew
St. Andrew and Companions
St. Andrew Avellino
St. Andrew Bobola
St. Andrew-Chong Kwagyong
St. Andrew Corsini
St. Andrew Dotti
St. Andrew Dung Lac
St. Andrew Dung Lac
Bl. Andrew Ishchak
St. Andrew Kagwa
Sts. Andrew Kim Taegon, Paul Chong Hasang, and Companions
St. Andrew Nam-Thuong
Bl. Andrew Oexner of Riun
St. Andrew of Crete
Bl. Andrew of Phu Yen
Bl. Andrew of Segni
St. Andrew of Trier
Bl. Andrew Sushinda
St. Andrew the Scot
St. Andrew the Tribune
St. Andrew Tien-K’Ing
Bl. Andrew Tokuan
St. Andrew Trong
St. Andrew Wouters
St. Andrew Zorard
St. Andronicus
St. Anectus
St. Angadresma
Bl. Ángel Darío Acosta Zurita
St. Angela of the Cross
St. Angela Merici
Bl. Angela of Foligno
Bl. Angela Salawa
St. Angelelmus
Fra Angelico
St. Angelo
Bl. Angelo Augustine of Florence
Bl. Angelo of Borgo San Sepolcro
Bl. Angelo of Chivasso
Bl. Angelus of Acri
Bl. Angelus Orsucci
St. Angilbert
St. Angilbert
St. Anglinus
St. Angus MacNisse
St. Anianas
St. Anianus
St. Anianus
St. Anicet Adolfo
Bl. Anicet Hryciuk
St. Anicetus
St. Anicetus
St. Aninus
St. Anna the Prophetess
St. Anna Dierk (Maria Adolfina)
St. Anna Kim
St. Anna Nan-Sinn-Cheu
Bl. Anna of the Angels Monteagudo
St. Anna Pak A-gi
Bl. Anna Rosa Gattorno
St. Anna Schaeffer
St. Anna Wang
Sts. Joachim and Anne
Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerick
Bl. Anne of Saint Bartholomew
St. Anne
St. Anne
Bl. Anne-Francoise de Villeneuve
Bl. Anne Hmard
Bl. Anne Jahouvey
St. Anne Line
Bl. Anne Mary Taigi
Bl. Anne Maugrain
St. Annemund
St. Anno
St. Annobert
Bl. Annunciata Cocchetti
St. Ansanus
St. Ansbald
St. Ansbert
St. Ansegisus
St. Anselm
St. Anselm of Lucca
St. Anselm
St. Anselm of Lucca
St. Anselm of Nonantola
Bl. Anselm Polanco Fontecha
St. Ansfrid
St. Ansgar
St. Ansillo
St. Anskar
St. Ansovinus
St. Anstrudis
St. Ansueris
St. Ansuinus
St. Ansurius
St. Anterus
St. Anthelm
St. Anthimus
St. Antholian
St. Anthony
Bl. Anthony Baldinucci
Bl. Anthony of Amandola
Bl. Anthony of Hungary
Bl. Anthony of Stroncone
St. Anthony, Merulus, and John
St. Anthony, Merulus, and John
Bl. Anthony
St. Anthony the Abbot
Bl. Anthony Baldinucci
St. Anthony Dainan
St. Anthony Daniel
St. Anthony Daveluy
Bl. Anthony della Chiesa
St. Anthony Dich Nguyen
Bl. Anthony Fantosat
Bl. Anthony Francisco
Bl. Anthony Gonzales
St. Anthony the Great of Thebes
St. Anthony the Hermit
St. Anthony Ishida
St. Anthony Kauleas
St. Anthony Kim Son-u
Bl. Anthony Kimura
Bl. Anthony Kiun
Bl. Anthony Manzi
St. Anthony Mary Claret
St. Anthony Mary Gianelli
St. Anthony Mary Pucci
St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria
Bl. Anthony Middleton
St. Anthony Nam-Quynh
Bl. Anthony Neyrot
Bl. Anthony of Korea
St. Anthony of Saxony
Bl. Anthony of St. Bonaventure
Bl. Anthony of Tuy
St. Anthony of Padua
St. Anthony Pechersky
St. Anthony Peter Dich
St. Anthony Primaldi
Bl. Anthony Sanga
Bl. Anthony Turner
Bl. Anthony Vom
St. Anthusa
St. Anthusa the Younger
St. Antidius
St. Antilnus
St. Antiochus
St. Antipas
Bl. Antoine Chevrier
Bl. Antoine Fournier
Bl. Antoinette Roussel
Bl. Anton Maria Schwartz
Bl. Antonia Mesina
St. Antonino Fantosati
St. Antoninus
St. Antoninus
St. Antoninus
St. Antoninus of Sorrento
Bl. Antonio de Sant’Anna Galvao
St. Antonio Vieira
Bl. Anton Martin Slomsek
Bl. Anwarite Nangapeta
St. Anysia
St. Anysius
St. Apelles
St. Aphraates
St. Aphrodisius
St. Aphrodisius
St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris
St. Apollinaris Franco
St. Apollinaris Sidonius
St. Apollinaris Syncletica
St. Apollo
St. Apollo and Companions
St. Apollonia
St. Apollonius
St. Apollonius
St. Apollonius
St. Apollonius
St. Apollonius the Apologist
St. Aponius
Apostle of the Gentiles
The Apostles
Apostles of England
Apostles of Erin (Ireland)
Apostles of Rome
St. Appian
St. Appian
St. Apronia
St. Apronian
St. Aprus
St. Apuleius
St. Aquila
St. Aquila
St. Aquilina
St. Aquilina
St. Aquilinus
St. Aquilinus
St. Aquilinus
St. Arator
St. Arator
St. Arbogast
St. Arcadius
St. Arcadius
St. Arcadius and Companions
St. Arcangelo Tadini
Bl. Archangela Girlani
St. Archelais and Companions
St. Archelaus
St. Archippus
St. Arcontius
St. Ardalion
St. Ardanus
St. Ardo
St. Arduinus
St. Arduinus
St. Aredius
St. Aresius and Companions
St. Aretas and Companions
St. Arethas and Companions
St. Aretius
St. Argeus
St. Argymirus
St. Ariadne
St. Arialdus
St. Arian and Companions
St. Arigius
St. Arilda
St. Aristarchus
St. Aristides
St. Aristion
St. Aristobulus
St. Ariston and Companions
St. Armagillus
St. Armentarius
St. Armentarius
St. Armogastes and Companions
Bl. Arnaldo Catani
St. Arnold
St. Arnold Jansen
Bl. Arnold Reche
St. Arnulf
St. Arnulf
St. Arnulf
St. Arnulf of Eynesbury
St. Arnulf
St. Arnulf of Soissons
St. Arnulf
St. Arsacius
St. Arsenius
St. Arsenius the Great
St. Artaldus
St. Artaxus
St. Artemas
St. Artemas
Bl. Artemide Zatti
St. Artemius
St. Artemius
St. Artemius
St. Arthelais
St. Arwald
St. Asaph
St. Ascelina
Bl. Ascension of the Heart of Jesus Nicol Goni
St. Asclas
St. Asclepiades
St. Asella
St. Ashley
St. Asicus
St. Aspasius
St. Aspren
St. Asteria
St. Astericus
St. Astericus
St. Astericus and Companions
St. Astericus
St. Astius
St. Athanasia of Aegina
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius
St. Athanasius Badzekuketta
St. Athanasius the Athonite
St. Athelm
St. Athenodorus
St. Athenodorus
St. Athenogenes
St. Atilano Cruz Alvarado
St. Attala
St. Attalas
St. Attalia
St. Atticus
St. Atticus of Constantinople
St. Attilanus
St. Atto
St. Atto
St. Atto
St. Attracta
St. Aubin
St. Auctus
St. Augulus
St. Augusta
St. Augustalus
St. Augustine of Canterbury
St. Augustine of Hippo
St. Augustine Huy Viet Phan
St. Augustine Moi
St. Augustine Moi Van Nguyen
St. Augustine of Huy
Bl. Augustine Ota
St. Augustine Pak Chong-won
St. Augustine Tchao
St. Augustine Webster
St. Augustine Yi Chin-gil
St. Augustine Yi Kwang-hon
6 Augustinian Recollect Companions
Bl. Augusto Czartoryski
St. Augusto Andres
St. Augustus
St. Augustus Chapdelaine
St. Augustus Schoffler
St. Aurea
St. Aurea
St. Aurea
St. Aurea
St. Aurea
St. Aurelia of Strasbourg
St. Aurelian of Limoges
St. Aurelian
St. Aurelian
Bl. Aurelio da Vinalesa
Bl. Aurelio Maria
St. Aurelius
St. Aureus
St. Ausonius
St. Auspicius
St. Austell
St. Austindus
St. Austreberta
St. Austregisilus
St. Austremonius
St. Autbert
St. Autbert
St. Autbod (Aubeu)
St. Autbodus
St. Authaire
St. Autonomous
St. Autor
St. Autus
St. Auxanus
St. Auxentius
St. Auxentius of Bithynia
St. Auxibius
St. Ava
St. Aventanus
St. Aventine of Troyes
St. Aventinus of Tours
St. Aventinus of Chartres
Bls. Avertanus and Romaeus
St. Aviates
St. Avitus
St. Avitus
St. Avitus of Vienne
St. Avitus I of Clermont
St. Avitus II of Clermont
St. Aymard
St. Azas and Companions