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saint Agnan, saint Aignan (fr) - saint Albert le Grand (fr) - Saint Ambroise (fr) - saint Anselme (fr) - saint Antoine (fr) - saint Antoine de Padoue (fr) - saint Antoine Marie Zaccaria (fr) - saint Antonin (fr) - Augustine, Augustine of Hippo, Saint Augustine, St. Augustine - saint Boniface (fr) - saint Gabriel Lalemant (fr) - saint Joseph (fr)[Spéc.]

saint Augustin de Canterbury (fr) - ВасилийBasil, Basil of Caesarea, Basil the Great, St. Basil, St. Basil the Great - saint Bernardin de Sienne (fr) - Bruno, Saint Bruno, St. Bruno - saint Casimir (fr) - Célestin V, del Morrone, saint Pierre Célestin Pietro Angeleri (fr) - saint Charles Borromée (fr) - saint Christophe (fr) - Saint Colomban (fr) - saint Cyprien (fr) - saint Cyrille (fr) - saint Cyrille (fr) - saint Cyrille (fr) - saint Denis, saint Denys (fr) - saint Éloi (fr) - saint Étienne (fr) - Étienne Ier (fr) - saint François d'Assise (fr) - saint François de Paule (fr) - saint François de Sales (fr) - François de Jassu, saint François Xavier (fr) - saint Fulbert de Chartres (fr) - sainte Geneviève (fr) - saint Germain d'Auxerre (fr) - saint Grégoire de Nazianze (fr) - saint Grégoire de Nysse (fr) - Georges Florent, saint Grégoire de Tours (fr) - saint Grégoire l'Illuminateur (fr) - saint Grégoire le Thaumaturge (fr) - saint Grégoire VII (fr) - saint Gui, saint Guy (fr) - saint Hilaire (fr) - Saint Hilarion (fr) - saint Hippolyte (fr) - saint Honorat (fr) - Saint Hubert (fr) - saint Hugues de Cluny (fr) - Ignatius of Loyola, Loyola, Saint Ignatius of Loyola, St. Ignatius of Loyola - Irenaeus, Saint Irenaeus, St. Irenaeus - Jacques le Mineur, saint Jacques, saint Jacques le Juste, saint Jacques le Mineur (fr) - James, Saint James, Saint James the Apostle, St. James, St. James the Apostle - saint Janvier (fr) - saint Jean Chrysostome (fr) - saint Jean Fisher (fr) - John, John the Divine, John the Evangelist, Saint John, Saint John the Apostle, St. John, St. John the Apostle - Saint Jean, saint Jean-Baptiste (fr) - saint Jean-Baptiste de La Salle (fr) - curé d'Ars, saint Jean-Marie Vianney (fr) - Saint Jérôme (fr) - Judas, Jude, Saint Jude, St. Jude, Thaddaeus - saint Laurent (fr) - saint Léon Ier (fr) - saint Léon III (fr) - Léon IX, saint Bruno d'Eguisheim-Dagsburg (fr) - Louis IX, Saint Louis, St. Louis - saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort (fr) - Luke, Saint Luke, St. Luke - saint Marcel Ier (fr) - saint Martin (fr) - saint Mathieu (fr) - saint Maurice (fr) - saint Méthode (fr) - saint Michaël, saint Michel (fr) - saint Nicolas (fr) - saint Ouen (fr) - saint Pacôme (fr) - Patrick, Saint Patrick, St. Patrick - Apostle of the Gentiles, Apostle Paul, Paul, Paul the Apostle, Saint Paul, Saul, Saul of Tarsus, St. Paul - saint Paul de la Croix (fr) - Saint Philippe (fr) - Pie X, saint Giuseppe Sarto (fr) - ПётрPeter, Saint Peter, Saint Peter the Apostle, Simon Peter, St. Peter, St. Peter the Apostle - saint Pierre Canisius (fr) - saint Pierre Damien (fr) - saint Pierre Fourier (fr) - saint Remi, saint Remy (fr) - saint Robert de Molesmes (fr) - saint Sébastien (fr) - saint Sidoine Apollinaire (fr) - saint Stanislas (fr) - doubting Thomas, Saint Thomas, St. Thomas, Thomas, Thomas the doubting Apostle - Becket, Saint Thomas a Becket, St. Thomas a Becket, Thomas a Becket - Saint Thomas d'Aquin (fr) - saint Thomas More, saint Thomas Morus (fr) - saint Venceslas (fr) - saint Vincent de Paul (fr) - saint Zacharie (fr) - Saint Valentin (fr)[ClasseParExt.]



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