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St. Vincent de Paul

Interestingly enough, the most popular saint on Google is St. Vincent de Paul. Besides searches for the saint, this also may include searches for St. Vincent de Paul thrift stores, which are still connected to the saint.

Blessed Virgin Mary

Not surprisingly the Blessed Virgin Mary is one of the most popular searches, along with all of the various Marian apparitions.

St. Joseph

Next to the Virgin Mary is St. Joseph, who has always been a popular saint throughout the centuries.

St. Francis of Asissi

A saint whom everyone appears to love is St. Francis of Assisi, lover of God, nature and the poor.

St. Paul the Apostle

High on the list is St. Paul the Apostle, whose name is prominent in nearly every community where there is a Protestant church.

St. Patrick

A popular saint in the English speaking-world is St. Patrick of Ireland, whose feast on March 17 is celebrated worldwide.

St. Teresa of Calcutta

Mother Teresa is a saint the world loves and whose popularity over the past few decades continues to endure.

St. Michael the Archangel

Commander of the heavenly armies, St. Michael is frequently searched for on the internet, along with various searches connected to spiritual warfare.

St. Anthony of Padua

Popular for his ability to help people find something they lost, St. Anthony is frequently searched, along with prayers invoking his intercession.

St. Joan of Arc

A young woman who changed the world, St. Joan of Arc is loved by people of all backgrounds.

St. John Paul II

With his unusually long pontificate, John Paul II captivated the world and continues to inspire countless people around the world.

St. Jude

Among the millions of searches on the internet, St. Jude is often included, for his help in hopeless cases and connection to St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
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