Top Ten Female Saints
Without her we would not have our blessed savior Jesus Christ. She told God whatever He wanted she would do which is a big commitment.
Such a blessed and strong Woman. No doubt the best saint of all time.
She is the one gave birth to Christ who saved us all.
She is the Mother Of God.
Led France to victory, over the British.
What a wonderful woman, she had so much love to give and cared so much for those living in poverty. I only hope that one day I could have just a fraction of love in my heart that Mother Teresa had for the world. She is a true inspiration.
Her relevance today in what can be achieved with the temptations we all face far outway those of bygone eras we cannot relate to.
She has a national holiday in Sweden so yeah.
Without a doubt the greatest female saint after the Virgin Mary. Her purity and holiness and second to none.
The current list to me seems in manifest error. The list should be as follows: Virgin Mary, Teresa of Avila, Catherine of Alexandria, Catherine of Siena, Barbara, Joan of Arc, Clare of Assisi, Mary Magdalene, Clare of Montefalco, Therese of Lisieux.
Outside-the-box thinker with a witty sense of humour.
A great mystic & reformer who had a good sense of humor.
St. Teresa please pray for my community!
She chose to suffer Martyrdom at age 12, rather than deny Christ.
This my favourite Christian Saint.
One of the best saints ever!
She was the disciple who first witnessed the Resurrection Of Christ.
Beloved disciple, as Jesus called her.
Philosopher and Student, who chose to suffer Martyrdom, rather than deny Christ.
My mum chose her and I want to pick her because she cared for the poor and that's what I want to do
Cared for the poor
Patron saint of music
Prisca was born of a noble family in Rome during the reign of Claudius II. Most likely a Christian from birth, she was arrested during the persecutions when she was a young teenager and brought before the Emperor for questioning. Despite her youth, Prisca courageously proclaimed and upheld her Catholic Faith, even though she knew that by doing so in those days was ultimately the pronouncement of her own death sentence.