Calling All Saints

Your Saint Goes HereIf you have a favorite saint you would like me to cover in future columns, please let me know! I’m working about 4 days out right now, so pick one at least 5 days out. I can’t guarantee I’ll cover your saint, especially if that day has a particularly important saint (for instance March 17 is going to be Saint Patrick for both churches, so don’t ask for Macarius the Wonderworker of Kalyazin or Withburga of Dereham). But I’ll do what I can!

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Reader Alexis


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I live in the Tacoma area. When not writing things some people think are funny, I teach technology to 7th and 8th graders at a local middle school.

16 comments on “Calling All Saints

  1. St. Zoe of Rome (Dec. 18), St. Pelagia of Tarsus (May 14)

  2. St. Hilda, of the double-abbey of Whitby, would be fun. She was one of the characters in “Absolution by Murder,” and hosted the Synod of Whitby. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Hilda

  3. St Edith of Wilton – the name given to me at my chrismation:

  4. Christina of Tyre, July 24, and St John Maximovitch, June 19 or July 2 (argh, the split calendar!)

  5. New Martyr /Grand Duchess Elizabeth, July 5, please.

  6. St. Martin of Tours (Nov. 11)

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