Saints' Names for Girls
Abbie, Abby, Gail, Gale
Adalie, Adela, Adelaide, Adelina, Adeline, Aline, Della
Ines, Inez, Neysa, Nina, Ninete, Rachel
Saint Agnes of Prague was very wealthy, and she freely used this gift to help the poor. She financed a hospital, a Franciscan friary and a Poor Clare convent. She never considered herself as above others, and even after she became abbess, she cooked for the sisters and mended the clothes of lepers.
Albina, Bianca, Blanche
Alex, Alexandra, Alexandrina, Alexis, Cassandra, Sandra
Alicia, Alisa, Alison, Alix, Alyce, Elissa, Elsie, Ilsa
Emily, Emeline, Emilia, Emiliana, Emma
Amata, Aimee, Amata
Angel, Angelica, Angelina, Angelique, Angelita
Anne, Anita, Anna, Annabel, Annabella, Annette, Hannah, Nan, Nancy, Nanette
Saint Anne Line converted to Catholicism at a time when people were arrested for this. She fearlessly helped others survive the persecutions, and her home became a rallying point for Catholics. Fully aware of the possible cost to her life, she hid a priest and held Mass in her home, but was arrested and hanged for it.
Antoinette, Antonina, Tanya, Toni, Tonia
Saint Anthony Claret was convinced that the Church should use the power of the printed word to evangelize the world.
Arlette, Carol, Carey, Carla, Carole, Caroline, Carolyn, Charlene, Charlotte, Cheryl (fem. of Charles)
Brigid, Bride, Brigit, Brigitta, Brigette
Just before Saint Brigid of Ireland was born, her Christian mother was sold to a Druid landowner. Even though she grew up oppressed as a slave, she found great joy in loving God.
Gabriela, Gabriella, Gabrielle