Calendar of Feastdays & Memorial dates for the lesser known Mystics, Saints & holy persons of the Catholic church

Celebrating their entrance into eternal life:
A calendar of Feast days & Memorial dates for the lesser known Mystics, Saints & holy persons of the Catholic church that are on this website.

[Photo left: St Gemma Galgani, extraordinary stigmatic, mystic & victim soul -feast day April 11]

Christians endeavor to see and appreciate the world and all of God's creation through the eyes of faith. And it is because of our faith in Christ that we look upon our human death not as an ending, but as a new and most glorious beginning- for it is on the day of our deaths that we are born into eternal life, to be forever united with God in the Blessed Trinity, along with the Virgin Mary, the Angels, and the Saints for all of eternity. And it is precisely for this reason that Catholics do not so much honor the birthdays of the Saints, but instead of their births we honor and celebrate the dates of their earthly deaths, because it is on this day that they are born into everlasting life--their true birthday! And so it is that the Feastday or Memorial of the Saints, Blesseds and holy persons is normally always celebrated on the day of their earthly deaths.

There certainly are plenty of websites that list the feastdays and memorials of the popular and well known Saints, Blesseds and holy persons--no need to repeat that information here. So the emphasis of this page is to list the feast days of the lesser known Saints and holy persons, especially the lesser known Mystics of the Church, many of which are highlighted on this website.

Religious Calendar of feast days and memorial dates for the lesser known Saints, Mystics & holy persons.

Irving "Francis" Houle, American stigmatic, Jan. 3
Maria von Morl, mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -Jan 11
Maria Teresa Carloni, mystic & stigmatic -Jan 17
Blessed Maria Bolognesi, mystic & stigmatic, -Jan 30

Little Nellie of holy God (Nellie Organ) -Feb 2
Marthe Robin, mystic, stigmatic, victim soul & foundress -Feb 6
Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich, mystic and stigmatic -Feb 9
Magdalena Gornik, Sloveninan mystic, stigmatic and victim soul -Feb. 23

Ven. ConcepciĆ³n Cabrera de Armida -Mar. 3
Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, mystic & messenger of the Divine Will -Mar. 4

Maria Domenica Lazzeri, mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -April 4
St. Gemma Galgani, extraordinary mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -April 11
St. Lydwine of Schiedam -Apr 14
St. Bernadette Soubirous, visionary of the Lourdes apparitions, -April 16
Sr. Maria Antonia, Brazilian nun who saw her guardian Angel since childhood -Apr. 24

Marie Rose Ferron, American mystic & stigmatic -May 11
St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, mystics and stigmatic -May 25

Gabrielle Bossis, mystic -June 9
Blessed Elena Aiello, Italian mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -June 19
Blessed Anna Maria Taigi, wife, mother & mystic, -June 19
Sr. Mary of the Holy Trinity -June 25

Rhoda Wise, American mystic & stigmatic, wife, mother, Catholic convert -July 7
Servant of God Brother Marcel Van, Vietnamese mystic, -July 10
Servant of God Sister Consolata Betrone, Italian mystic -July 18
St. Mary Magdalene, first mystic of the Church -July 22
Blessed Maria Pierina de Micheli, mystic & prophet of the Holy Face devotion -July 26

Maria Esperanza de Bianchini, Venezuelian mystic/visionary -Aug. 7
Teresa Benedict of the Cross (Edith Stein)- Aug. 9
Teresa Musco, stigmatic & victim soul, Aug. 19
Servant of God Louise Lateau, mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -Aug. 25
Blessed Mariam Baouardy, mystic -Aug. 26

Sr. Benigna Consolata Ferrero-September 1
Blessed Dina Belanger, Canadian mystic and foundress -Sept. 4
Therese Neumann, German mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -Sept 18
St. Padre Pio, Priest -extraordinary mystic, stigmatic & victim soul -Sept. 23

St. Therese of Liseaux -Oct 1
Maria Valtorta, mystic & author, known as the "pen of Jesus" -Oct 12
Blessed Alexandrina da Costa, Portuguese mystic & victim soul -Oct. 13
St. Paul of the Cross, priest, founder & mystic -Oct 19 (or Oct 20 in the USA)

Servant of God Sr. Jeanne Benigne Gojos -Nov. 5

Pere Jean Lamy, mystic and founder, -Dec. 1
St. Charbel Makhlouf, priest -Dec. 24
Josefa Menendez, mystic who gave messages of mercy from Jesus -Dec. 29

For those interested, I have also published on this website a Litany of Stigmatics containing the names of many of the known stigmatics of the Catholic church.

-May the prayers and the holy example of the Saints, Blesseds and devout souls of all ages lead us to everlasting life! AMEN +


Anonymous said...

Don't forget Sr. Benigna Consolata, September 1!

Thanks for the list, btw!

Glenn Dallaire said...

Thanks for the suggestion! I just added her and I also realized that I really need to update this list with the quite a few mystics I have added to this site.
Thanks again!
May God bless you and your loved ones,
Glenn Dallaire

Anonymous said...

You're welcome, Glen. Here are a few that you might like to add:

Feb 9, Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich,
March 3, Ven. ConcepciĆ³n Cabrera de Armida
April 14, St. Lydwine
May 25, St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi
June 25, Sr. Mary of the Holy Trinity
October 1, St. Therese
November 5, Servant of God Sr. Jeanne Benigne Gojos (a truly remarkable mystic... Our Lord mentioned her in the revelations of Sr. Benigna Consolata)

God bless.

Glenn Dallaire said...

I just added the ones above also----thank you!
May God bless you and your loved ones,
Glenn Dallaire

NJada said...

Hello, not sure if you're still writing articles at this time, but would you consider writing about St. Hildegard? I get the impression her writings are important, but maybe not the most accessible. I've been surprised to find, for a Doctor of the Church, how scattered the information about her is, and how varied the opinions.

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Nick,
Thanks for the suggestion! -Yes, St. Hildegard would indeed be a great one to add to this website. I recently added St Lutgarde who as you know was another extraordinary early woman mystic and stigmatic.

May God bless you and your loved ones,
Glenn Dallaire

Anonymous said...

Hi Glenn. Thanks for letting us know more about the saints, servants of God, etc. whose lives and stories bring us closer to God.
Would you add
Teresa Benedict of the Cross Edith Stein (1891-1942)
nun, Discalced Carmelite, martyr?
Thanks and God bless you

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Anonymous,
Great suggestion! I added her to the calendar above. Thanks and may God bless you and your loved ones.