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    Volume 4 of Butler’s Lives covers the months of June and July. Putting these invaluable books together in a new and modern format has been a joy for us. We hope that you are enjoying them.  The section on St. Ignatius of Loyola is almost a complete biography!

    A great man once said that “History is the laboratory of Wisdom.” And where do we find the best history? It is found in the lives of the saints, for it is through their lives on earth, lived within the union of Christ’s mystical body, the Catholic Church, that we see the only history that truly matters for all eternity.

    This spectacular history by Fr. Alban Butler, The Lives of the Saints, presents to the reader the life story of over 1600 saints and their times. In the original introduction we find this bold statement: “It is on this account we have ventured to designate The Lives of the Saints an historical supplement to the Old and New Testaments. We think this work deserves to be so considered, on account of the close resemblance it bears to the historical portions of holy
writ. Let the divine economy, in this respect, be for a moment the subject of the reader’s consideration.”

    Loreto Publications has here reproduced the finest original edition of the text from the early 19th century with no modernization, alterations, deletions, or additions to the product of Father Butler. Father Alban Butler was born in 1710, at Appletree, Northamptonshire, the second son of Simon Butler, Esq. Orphaned at the age of eight, he was sent to be educated at the English College, Douay, in France. In 1735, Butler was ordained a priest. At Douay, he was appointed professor of philosophy, and later professor of theology. It was at Douay, he began his principal work The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs and Other Principal Saints. He also prepared material for Richard Challoner’s Memoirs of Missionary Priests, a work on the martyrs of the reign of Elizabeth. He labored for some time as a missionary priest in Staffordshire, and was finally appointed president of the English seminary at Saint Omer in France, where he remained till his death in 1773.



St. Justin the Philosopher    
St. Pamphilus    
St. Caprais    
St. Peter of Pisa    
St. Wistan    
Sts. Pothinus, Sanctus, Attalus, Blandina    
Sts. Marcellinus and Peter    
St. Erasmus    
St. Cecilius    
St. Clotildis or Clotilda    
St. Coemgen    
St. Lifard    
St. Genesius    
St. Quirinus    
St. Optatus    
St. Walter    
St. Petroc    
St. Breaca    
St. Burian    
St. Nenooc    
St. Boniface    
St. Dorotheus of Tyre    
St. Dorotheus    
St. Illidius    
St. Norbert    
St. Philip the Deacon    
St. Gudwall    
St. Claude    
St. Paul    
St. Robert    
St. Colman    
St. Godeschalc    
St. Meriadec    
St. Medard    
St. Gildard    
St. Maximinus    
St. William    
St. Clou    
St. Syra    
Sts. Primus and Felicianus    
St. Columba    
St. Pelagia    
St. Vincent    
St. Richard    
St. Margaret    
Sts. Getulius and Companions    
St. Landry    
Bl. Henry of Treviso    
St. Barnabas    
St. Tochumra    
St. Tochumra    
St. John of Sahagun    
Sts. Basilides, Quirinus, Nabor, and Nazarius    
St. Eskill    
St. Onuphrius    
St. Ternan    
St. Antony of Padua    
St. Damhnade    
St. Basil the Great    
Sts. Rufinus and Valerius    
St. Methodius    
St. Docmael    
St. Nennus    
St. Psalmodius    
Sts. Vitus, Crescentia, and Modestus    
St. Landelin    
Bl. Bernard    
St. Vauge    
Bl. Gregory Lewis Barbadigo    
Sts. Quiricus and Julitta    
St. John Francis Regis    
Sts. Ferreolus and Ferrutius    
St. Aurelian    
Sts. Nicander and Marcian    
St. Botulph    
St. Avitus    
St. Molingus    
St. Prior    
Sts. Marcus and Marcellianus    
St. Marina    
St. Elizabeth of Sconauge    
St. Amand    
Sts. Gervasius and Protasius    
St. Boniface    
St. Juliana Falconieri    
St. Die    
St. Silverius    
St. Gobain    
St. Idaberga    
St. Bain    
St. Aloysius Gonzaga    
St. Ralph    
St. Meen    
St. Aaron    
St. Eusebius    
St. Leufredus    
St. Paulinus    
St. Alban    
St. Etheldreda    
St. Mary of Oignies    
The Nativity of St. John the Baptist    
The Martyrs of Rome    
St. Bartholomew    
St. Prosper of Aquitaine    
St. Maximus    
St. William of Monte-Vergine    
St. Adelbert    
St. Moloc    
Sts. Agoard and Aglibert    
Sts. John and Paul    
St. Maxentius    
St. Vigilius    
St. Babolen    
St. Anthelm    
Ven. Raingarda    
St. Ladislas I    
St. John    
St. Irenæus    
St. Leo II    
Sts. Plutarch, etc.    
Sts. Potamiana and Basilides    
St. Peter, Apostle    
St. Hemma    
St. Paul, Apostle    
St. Martial    
St. Rumold    
Sts. Julius and Aaron    
St. Theobald    
St. Gal    
St. Calais    
St. Leonorus    
St. Simeon    
St. Thierri    
St. Cybar    
The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin    
Sts. Processus and Martinian    
St. Otho    
St. Monegondes    
St. Oudoceus    
St. Phocas    
St. Guthagon    
St. Gunthiern    
St. Bertran    
St. Ulric    
St. Odo    
St. Sisoes    
St. Bertha    
St. Finbar    
St. Bolcan    
St. Peter of Luxemburg    
St. Modwena    
St. Edana    
St. Palladius    
St. Julian    
St. Sexburgh    
St. Goar    
St. Moninna    
St. Pantænus    
St. Willibald    
St. Hedda    
St. Edelburga    
St. Felix    
St. Benedict XI    
St. Elizabeth of Portugal    
St. Procopius    
Sts. Kilian, Colman, and Totnan    
St. Withburge    
Bl. Theobald    
St. Grimbald    
St. Ephrem of Edessa    
On the Writings of St. Ephrem    
The Martyrs of Gorcum    
St. Everildis    
St. Veronica Giuliani    
The Seven Brothers and St.Felicitas    
Sts. Rufina and Secunda    
St. James    
St. Hidulphus    
St. Pius I    
St. Drostan    
St. John Gualbert    
Sts. Nabor and Felix    
St. Eugenius    
St. Anacletus    
St. Turiaf    
St. Bonaventure    
St. Camillus de Lellis    
St. Idus    
St. Henry II    
St. Plechelm    
St. Swithin    
St. Eustathius    
St. Elier    
St. Alexius    
Sts. Speratus and His Companions    
St. Marcellina    
St. Ennodius    
St. Leo IV    
St. Turninus    
St. Symphorosa and Her Seven Sons    
St. Philastrius    
St. Arnoul    
St. Arnoul, Martyr    
St. Frederic    
St. Odulph    
St. Bruno    
St. Vincent of Paul    
St. Arsenius    
St. Symmachus    
St. Macrina    
St. Joseph Barsabas    
St. Margaret    
Sts. Justa and Rufina    
St. Cesla    
St. Aurelius    
St. Ulmar    
St. Jerome Æmiliani    
St. Praxedes    
St. Zoticus    
St. Barhadbesciabas    
St. Victor of Marseilles    
St. Arbogastus    
St. Mary Magdalen    
St. Vandrille    
St. Joseph of Palestine    
St. Meneve    
St. Dabius    
St. Apollinaris    
St. Liborius    
St. Lupus    
St. Francis Solano    
Sts. Romanus and David    
St. Christina    
Sts. Wulfhad and Ruffin    
St. Lewine    
St. Declan    
St. Kinga    
St. James the Great    
St. Christopher    
Sts. Thea, Valentina, Virgins and St. Paul    
St. Cucufas    
St. Nissen    
St. Anne    
St. Germanus    
St. Pantaleon    
Sts. Maximian, Malchus, Martinian, Dionysius, John, Serapion, and Constantine    
St. Congall    
St. Luican    
Sts. Nazarius and Celsus    
St. Victor    
St. Innocent I    
St. Sampson    
St. Martha    
Sts. Simplicius, Faustinus, and Beatrice    
St. William    
St. Olaus, King of Norway    
St. Olaus, King of Sweden    
Sts. Abdon and Sennen    
St. Julitta    
St. Ignatius of Loyola    
St. John Columbini    
St. Helen of Skofde   

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