Parents that raise good kids, especially single moms.
They give up their lives to put the best of what they have into their kids.
Paul refers to all believers as Saints, so I think we are all preaty cool.
Mary Magdalene & Saint Jude are the most sympathetic; Mary was painted as a prostitute, yet was the first to see Christ after his resurrection. Judas is vilified as a traitor, but i've always felt a little sorry for him - he was, when you think about it, instrumental in bringing about the prophecy of the Messiah being betrayed by one of his own. Scribes had written that christ would be betrayed, making Judas a vital piece of the jigsaw. Without him, Jesus wouldn't tick all the 'messiah' boxes & therefore may not be considered the son of God. For this reason, i think he's one of the most important apostles, even if he wasn't one of the bravest.
But my favourite Saint of all, has to be Our Lady; have a little statue in my living room and whenever im stuck, i look to it for inspiration.
I am not catholic - but saints have still impacted my life.
Our generation saint - Saint Teresa. Patron saint of the poor and needy. (She also worked with the sick, orphaned and dying.) She was quite the humanitarian, as well as shook her finger at how donations sent overseas were misappropriated.
The only others I can think of is Saint Bernadette, Saint Therese of the little flower, Saint Anne, Saint Francis, Saint Paul and Saint Peter.
Sain Lucia,becouse I'm Lucia
ROGER MOORE!....Well,he did play "THE SAINT!!"
St. Jude. He is the saint of the hopeless cases.
The unknown saint is my favorite saint, because his achievements were beyond all estimation of men.
I'm not Catholic but I like St. Francis of Assisi because of his love & care for animals.