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Laborer for the double monastery of Whitby, composer of hymns and other Biblical poems in Anglo-Saxon, who died between 670 and 680.

Caius and Soter

Popes, having their feast together on 22 April

Also known as St. Gaetano. Biography of the founder of the Theatines.

Camillus de Lellis

Founder of a religious order devoted to care of the sick and dying.

Irish priest, monastic founder, missionary to Scotland, d. 600.

Canute IV

King of Denmark, martyr, d. 1086

Also known as Mochuda. Irish monk, priest, hermit, founder. He composed a monastic rule in Irish verse. Died in 637.


Casimir grew up in a world where his life was not his own. As a prince of Poland, the second son of King Casimir IV and Elizabeth of Austria, his life was scheduled to cement his father's authority and increase Poland's power.

Catherine de' Ricci

Cloistered Third Order Dominican nun, mystic, who died in 1590.

Catherine of Alexandria

Virgin and martyr. In the Middle Ages, one of the most popular saints.

Poor Clare, mystic, and writer, who died in 1463

Mystic and author, who died in 1510.

Daughter of St. Bridget of Sweden. Widow, pilgrim, superior of the Brigittine motherhouse, d. 1381.

Commonly known as St. Chad. Seventh-century bishop of Lichfield.


In the fourth century a Greek religious romance on the Loves of Cecilia and Valerian was written in glorification of virginal life with the purpose of taking the place of then-popular sensual romances.

Brother of St. Chad (Ceadda) and bishop of the East Saxons, d. 664.


Blessed Ceslaus was the son of a noble Silesian family and possibly St. Hyacinth's brother. Hee was ordained, became a canon in Cracow, Poland, a provost at St. Mary's in Sandomir, went to Rome, and was received into the Dominicans by St. Dominic.


Bishop of Nilopolis, in Egypt. When the persecution was instituted by Emperor Trajanus Decius, Chaeromon Was quite elderly.

Charles of Sezze

John Charles Marchioni was born at Sezze, Italy, on October 19, of humble parents. He became a shepherd and wanted to become a priest.