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Published on Jul 17, 2008
A short song naming over a hundred saints, sung to the tune of a popular Gilbert and Sullivan song (also known as 'The Element Song by Tom Lehrer). Sung by Dr. Paul Camarata, of The SaintCast at http://www.saintcast.org
There's Mary, Joseph, John the Baptist, James the son of Zebedee, And Peter, Andrew, Matthew, Phillip, Thomas, John, Bartholomew, And Simon Zealot, Thaddeus, and James the son of Alphaeus, And Dismas, Paul, and Barnabus, and Stephen, Luke, Ignatius Sylvester, Mary Magdalene, and Martha, Mark, and Timothy And Linus, Clement, Rufus, Thecla, Zosimus, Felicity And Anacletus, Polycarp, Hippolytus, Perpetua (gasp) And Justin Martyr, Christopher, Clement of Alexandria
There's Cecilia, Denis, Pontian, Genesius and Agatha, And John and Paul, and Valentine, and Cyprian, and Barbara, And Gregory of Nyssa, Basil, Ambrose, Helen, Lazarus, Augustine, John Chrysostom, Boniface, and Athanasius
There's Hillary, Sebastian, Philomena, Lawrence, Finian, And Benedict, Scholastica, and Patrick, Cosmas, Damian And Adalbert, and Anselm, Olaf, George, and Giles and Nicholas And Becket, Francis, Dominic, and Bonaventure, Stanislas, Aquinas, Albert, Catherine, and Bridget, Rita, Casimir, And John of God, Sir Thomas More, John Fisher, Francis Xavier There's Joan of Arc, Louis Monfort, Joseph of Cupertino (gasp) Ignatius of Loyola, Aloysius, and Juan Diego
Therese, Don Bosco, Maria Goretti, Elizabeth Ann Seton And Martin, Vincent, Bernadette, Antonio, Andrew Kim Taegon Gemma Galgani, John Vianney, Teresa Benedicta, Maxmillian, Kathrine Drexel, Padre Pio, Gianna Molla.
These are the only saints for lack of breath that I could mention. . But there's many thousands more that are deserving your attention. .