Patron Saint Stories
Stories of Patron Saints
Would you like to know about your saint or that of someone else?
Patron Saints' Stories are written so that even children can understand the patron saint of their Baptismal, birth, or Confirmation name.
Certain of the saints also appear on the Fence of Saints which surrounds Mary's Glen, a prayerful woods in the heart of Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA.
We invite you to explore these pages and learn about the saints and what they might teach you.
God bless you!
Thank you so much for all of the patron stories for the children in my homeschool co-op class. I can't wait to give them out! -- Lori Keifer
This is a letter to request Saints Stories for my second grade Religious Education class. . . Thank you so much for this awesome ministry! I always put the stories in a frame for each child and I cannot begin to tell you how happy they are to know about their patron saints. . . God bless you abundantly! -- Loretta Jacobs
I just wanted to send a short note in thanks for sending the saint's information to me for Ralph. I . . . am appreciative for the time you took to produce it. . . . Have a bless day! --- Joseph R. Nelson
Thank you for your graceful information. It's very nice to have a story for Jovina Tri Mekarsari, for she already know the origin of her own baptism name. It's been 35 years to realize what exactly her name means for her, and especially for me. May God give the very best blessings and joys for you and your family. Above all, both of me and Jovina also pray for you always. ---Terima kasih. Tuhan Yesus dan Bunda Maria memberkati.---Jakarta. Indonesia. ---Best Regards, ---Adolfus Chrys Mulyadi
Thank you so much for the beautiful saint stories! God bless you in all you do! --Sincerely, Cheryl Rehmann
I got all the stories and can't wait to give them out - they look beautiful - thank you so, sooooo much. I just know my students will love them all. Thank you for everything you do. You have a wonderful ministry! God bless you, Gloria (Costanza) :-)
This is what I was looking for. This is fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. I was often bothered by my nephew's name not being traditionally a saint's name. Now I know it is. His name is Hayden, now I can put my mind at peace. Thank you so much. I will pass this list link on to my parish, for I know there were others at the mission who had trouble finding the list. (Lynn Canterbury)
"What a unique and interesting ministry! We were delighted with the stories and hope our grandchildren will appreciate them as they grow old enough to understand."-- Greg and Donna C