Saint Charbel Makhlouf
During his life, he obtained a wide reputation for holiness, and for his ability to unite Christians and Muslims. He is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church --wikipedia
Sister Cecelia Maria
Died with a smile on her face
He was named patron protector of Europe by Pope Paul VI in 1964. In 1980, Pope John Paul II declared him co-patron of Europe, together with Cyril and Methodius --wikipedia
Nicholas of Flüe / Brother Klaus
Swiss hermit and ascetic who is the patron saint of Switzerland, b. 1417, d. 1487
"he that grows in love grows in grief"
from "Catherine of Siena (25 March 1347 – 29 April 1380)... Canonized in 1461, she is also a Doctor of the Church." --wikipedia
3rd-century Roman saint... associated with a tradition of courtly love. He is also a patron saint of Terni, epilepsy and beekeepers --wikipedia
Padre Pio's bilocation and the Odor of Sanctity
Among the most remarkable of the documented cases of bilocation was the Padre's appearance in the air over San Giovanni Rotondo during World War II... (see link)
James the Greater, an apostle of Jesus
Visionary of Lourdes d.1879. In honor of All Saint's Day --by request
Thérèse of Lisieux (Saint Therese)
"French Catholic Discalced Carmelite nun who is widely venerated in modern times." d.1897 --wikipedia. Calibrated as a spiritual teacher.
Archangels calibrate 50,000+ according to Truth vs. Falsehood. I don't anticipate I will calibrate all the archangels, but here is one, by request.
Romanian Orthodox monk, d. 1989, calibrated as a spiritual teacher
Also spelled "Hafiz." 14th-century Sufi poet and mystic.
"She was mentioned by name twelve times in the canonical gospels, more than most of the apostles and more than any other woman in the gospels, other than Jesus's family." --wikipedia
"Joseph is regarded as the patron saint of workers" --wikipedia
Ignatius of Loyola
Founded the Jesuit order, died 1556. Personal LoC.
St. Maria Faustina Kowalski
Polish Roman Catholic nun and mystic.