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Traditionally Approved

40 - 999 1400 - 1499
1000 - 1099 1500 - 1599
1100 - 1199 1600 - 1699
1200 - 1299 1700 - 1799
1300 - 1399 1800 - 1899

Vatican Approved
Bishop Approved
Coptic Approved
Approved for Faith Expression
Apparitions to Saints
Unapproved Apparitions - Apparitions to Saints and BlessedsAccording to the Dictionary of Apparitions of the Virgin Mary, throughout history 308 apparitions are attributed to Saints or Blesseds. They are generally unofficially recognized by Church authorities. (The orders and congregations that they have founded or belonged to have official Church sanction).

Second Century

James the Greater (apostle)

Thomas (apostle)

Lawrence (martyr)


Third Century

Gregory the Wonder Worker (ca. 213 - 240)


Fourth Century



Julian the Hospitaller

Catherine of Alexandria (ca. 307)

Nicholas of Myra (ca. 270 - 342) Basil the Great (329 - 379)
Monica (332 - 387)

Ambrose of Milan (ca. 339 - 397)

Martin of Tours (ca. 316 -397)  

Fifth Century


Mary of Egypt (ca. 420)

Maurilio (364 - 453)

Corentin (ca. 490)

Sixth Century

Dosithée (ca. 530)

Pope John I (526)

Melaine (Bishop, ca. 535)

Theophilus of Adana (The Penitent)
Galla (ca. 550) Gregory of Tours

Seventh Century

Thoeodore of Sicea (Bishop; Canonized 613)

Barbatus (Bishop; ca. 612-682)

Ildefonso of Toledo (607-667)

Aldegonde of Maubeuge (c. 639–684)

Giudicaele (658)

Gregory of Tours
Isaac of Spoleto (c. 550)

Eighth Century

Egwin (of Rochester), bishop of Worcester (717)

Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz (672-754)

Thomas of Farfa (720)

Opportuna (+766)

Hubert of Maastricht (ca. 727)

Bonitus, bishop of Clermont-Ferrand (700)
Marino (+731)

Ninth Century

Anscario, archbishop of Hamburg then bishop of Bremen (801-865)

St. Conrad of Constance (c. 900-975)

Peter the Anthonite (963)

St. Heribert of Cologne (c. 970 – 1021)

Tenth Century

Peter the Anthonite (963)

St. Heribert of Cologne (c. 970 – 1021)

St. Conrad of Constance (c. 900-975)

Eleventh Century

St. Ermengarde

St. Arnulfo Arnold (1040-1087)

St. Fulbert (960-1028)

St. Bruno

St. Albert (+1095)

St. Anselm (1033-1109)

St. Constantius


Twelfth Century

Saint Alberico (+ 1109)

St. Hugh (b. 1120)

St. William of Vercelli

St. Norberto 1082-1134)

St. Thomas a Becket (1118-1170)

St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153)

St. Elizabeth of Schönau (c.1129-1165)

St. Godric (+1170)

St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153)

Bl. Peter Monoculus (+ 1186)

Bl. Eskil (1100-1181)


Thirteenth Century

Lutgard of Tongres (1182-1246)

St. Rose of Viterbo (1235-1252)

St. Dominic Guzman (1170-1221)

St. Mathilda of Hackeborn (1241-1299)

St. Francis of Assisi (1181-1226)

St. Zita (1212-1272)

Bl. Boniface (b. 1188)

St. Simon Stock (1165-1265)

St. Peter Nolasco (1182-1249)

St. Philip Benizi (1233-1285)

St. Anthony of Padua (1195-1231)

St. Margaret of Hungary (1242-1270)

Bl. Jordan of Saxony (+1237)

Bl. John Piccolomini (1259-1305)

St. Joseph Herman (1150-1241)

St. Gertrude, the great Helfta (1256-1302)

St. Albert the Great (1193-1280)

St. Laziosi Pellegrino (1265-1345)

St. Elizabeth of Thuringia (1207 - 1231)

St. Nicholas of Tolentino (1245-1305)

St. Peter Celestine (1221-1296)

Bl. Angela of Foligno (1249-1309)

Bl. Helen of Padua


Fourteenth Century

St. Clare of Montefalco (1275-1308)

Bl. Henry Suso (1295-1366)

St. Alexis Falconieri (1200-1310)

St. Peter Thomasius (1305-1366)

Bl. Jordan of Pisa (c. 1255 - 1311)

St. Bridget of Sweden (1303-1373)

St. Agnes of Montepulciano (1268-1317)

St Andrew Corsini (1301-1374)

Saint Peter, Metropolitan of Moscow (1326+)

St. Catherine of Siena (1347 – 1380)

St. Elizabeth of Portugal (1270-1336)

St. Sergius (1314?-1392)

Fifteenth Century

St. Lidwina (1380-1433)

Bl. Alan de Rupe / Alan of Brittany (1428 -1461)

St. Bernard of Siena (1380-1444)

St. Catherine Vigri of Bologna (1413-1463)

St. Pierozzi Anthony (1389-1459)

Blessed Beatrice of Silva (ca. 1424 – 1492)

Sixteenth Century

Bl. Magdalen Pannatieri (1443-1503)

St. Felix of Cantalice (1515-1587)

Bl. Stephana de Quinzanis (1457- 1530)

St. Aloisius Gonzaga (1568-1591)

St. Jerome Emiliani (1486-1537)

Bl. Alphonsus de Orozco (1500–1591)

St. Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556)

St. Paschalis Baylon (1540-1592)

St. Peter of Alcantara (1499-1562)

St. Philip Neri (1515-1595)

St. Stanislaus Kostka (1550-1568)

St. Peter Canisius (1521-1597)

St. Teresa of Avila (1515-1582)


Seventeenth Century

St. Mary Magdalene de'Pazzi (1566-1607)

St. Giuseppe di Calasanzio (1556-1648)

St. Alphonsus Rodriguez (1531 - 1617)

St. Jean de Brebeuf, SJ (1593-1649)

St. Rose of Lima (Isabella Flores 1586-1617)

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690)

Eighteenth Century

St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort (1673-1716)

St. Paul of the Cross (Paul Francis Danei, 1694-1775)

St. Veronica (Ursula) Giuliani (1660 - 1727)


Nineteenth Century

St. Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774 - 1824)

St. John Vianney (1786-1859)

Bl. Anna Taigi Maria (1769 - 1837)

Bl. Mirijam Banardy (1846 - 1876)

St. Caspar of Bufalo / Gaspar del Bufalo (1786 - 1837)

St. Bernadette Soubirous (1844-1879)

St. Anthonio Maria Claret y Clara (1807-1870)

St. John Bosco (1815-1888)

St. Catherine Laboure (1806 – 1876)


Twentieth Century

St. Gemma Galgani (1878-1903)

Bl. Maria Pierina De Micheli (1890-1945)

St. Luigi Guanella (1842–1915)


St. Annibale Maria di Francia (1951-1927)

St. Padre Pio (1887-1968)

Laurentin, Rene and Sbalchiero, Patrick. Dictionary of the Apparitions of the Virgin Mary. 2010 Edizioni ART. pp. 698-690

Featured Apparitions to Saints

Alexandria, Egypt (305)

Feast Day : November 25

Investigated: N/A

First Apparition:
305 (Jesus and Mary)

Approved: N/A

Last Apparition:
310 (Jesus)

Visionaries: St. Catherine of Alexandria

Number of Apparitions: 3

Miracles & Signs:
According to legend, at her martyrdom white, milk-like liquid flowed from her severed veins instead of blood. It is claimed that for many years oil oozed from her bones; this oil was prized as medicine and for lamps in holy sanctuaries.

Summary: Legend says that St. Catherine of Alexandria studied philosophy when she was young as was fashionable in Alexandria's high society. During the course of her studies she learned about Christ. Then Catherine was converted by a vision of Our Lady and the Holy Child. She refused marriage to an emperor because Christ had already appeared to her in person and placed his gold ring on her finger (like St. Catherine of Siena). She later received a vision of Christ while in prison.

Steinfeld, Germany (1190)

Investigated: N/A

First Apparition:

Approved: Traditional approval only. His status as a saint was confirmed by Pope Pius XII in 1958. (Confirmatio Cultus)

Last Apparition:

Visionaries: St. Hermann Joseph

Number of Apparitions: Many

Summary: St. Joseph Herman (1150-1241), also known as Hermann of Cologne, as a child he was very devoted to Our Lady. Often a child in a church praying before the statue of the Virgin Mary once, with the innocence of their children, offered an apple to the statue that was taken by Mary.He was famous for his mystical gifts and especially for his "mystical marriage with the Blessed Virgin Mary, and from this derived the name of Joseph. Herman wrote in Latin hymns dedicated to the Madonna, are still preserved. He was canonized in 1958.

Fiesole, Italy (1373)

Investigated: N/A

First Apparition: 1373

Approved: No investigation or offical approval. Pope Eugene IV permitted a public cult and Pope Urban VIII canonized him in 1629.

Last Apparition: 1373

Visionaries: St. Andrew Corsini

Number of Apparitions: 1

Summary: In 1373, while St. Andrew Corsini had been celebrating the midnight Mass of Christmas, the Blessed Virgin appeared to him and told him he would leave this world on the feast of the Epiphany, to meet God. It came to pass, and he died on that day.

Brescia, Italy (1464)

Investigated: N/A

First Apparition:

Approved: No investigation or official approval. Bl. Stefana was beatified by Beatified by Pope Benedict XIV in 1740.

Last Apparition:

Visionaries: Bl. Stefana Quinzani

Number of Apparitions: Many

Summary:Blessed Stephana de Quinzanis (1457- 1530) was an Italian Dominican tertiary and stigmatic. She received many mystical experiences in her life including visions of Our Lord, His Blessed Mother, St. Dominic, St. Thomas Aquinas, and St. Catherine of Siena.

Castellazzo, Italy (1720) (

Investigated: N/A

First Apparition:

Approved: The bishop of Alessandria discerned that Paul's visions were authentic, and gave him permission to proceed to draw up a rule for the new order.

Last Apparition:

Visionaries: St. Paul of the Cross

Number of Apparitions: 1

Summary: St. Paul of the Cross had a vision of our Lady in a black habit with the name Jesus and a cross in white on the chest. In the vision, the Blessed Virgin told him to found a religious order devoted to preaching the Passion of Christ. He later founded the Passionist Order.


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