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Cadfarch, A disciple of St Iltyd, Wales Cadoc (Docus, Cathmael, Cadvaci), Founder of monastery of Llancarfan Cadwallader, King of Wales

Caesar, Apostle

 Caesarius, Deacon

Caleria, of Caesarea

Callinica, Martyr

Callinicus, Patriarch of Constantinople

 Callinicus, Martyr, of Ancyra  Calliope, Martyr Calliopius, Martyr  Callirroa, Martyr
 Callisthena, Martyr Callista, Martyr Callistus, Patriarch of Constantinople Callistratus, Martyr
 Candidus, Martyr Capiton, Bishop of Cherson  Caprasius, Martyr Carpus, Apostle
 Carpus, Martyr Cassian, Bishop of Autun in France Cassian, of Rome, Ascetic Cassiana, Ascetic, Hymnwriter
 Catherine [Katherine] The Greatmartyr Cecilia, of Rome   Cecilia, Virgin-martyr Cedd, Bishop of the East Saxons
Celestine, Pope of Rome Celsius, Martyr Cendeas, Ascetic of Cyprus  Ceolfrid (Geoffrey), Abbot of Wearmouth-Jarrow
Cephas, Apostle of the Seventy Cerycus, Martyr Cerycus, Martyr Chad (Ceadda), Bishop of Mercia 
Chaido, Newmartyr of Chalkidiki    Chaido, Martyr  Charalampus or Charalampes, Hieromartyr Chariclia, Martyr
Charitina [Charity], Martyr Chariton, Ascetic, The Confessor Charity, Martyr, Daughter of St Sophia Chionia, Martyr
Christina, Greatmartyr Christodulus [Christodoulos], of Patmos, Wonderworker Christodulus, of Cassandra, Newmartyr of Thessalonica 1777 Christodulus [Christodoulos], the Philosopher 
Christopher, Greatmartyr Christos, Newmartyr, of Prebeze, 1668 Christos, Newmartyr, The Gardener, 1748 Christos, Newmartyr, of Ioannina
Chrodegang, Bishop of Metz Chronius. Chrysantha, Martyr Chrysanthus, Martyr
Chrysanthus, Martyr Chrysanthos, Ascetic martyr of Xenophon monastery, 1821 Chrysaphius, Martyr Chrysa, Martyr
Chrysa, Newmartyr, 1795 Chrysogonus, Martyr Chudion, Martyr Chulelaius, of the Heliophoton Greatmartyrs of Cyprus
Ciaran [Kieran] Bishop of Ossory founder of monastery of Saighir  Claudia, Martyr Claudia, of Rome, Mother of St. Linus  Claudianus [Claudius], Martyr 
Claudius, Martyr Claudius of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste Clement, Hieromartyr, Pope of Rome Clement, of the 70 Apostles, Bishop of Sardis
Clement, Bishop of Ancyra [+312] Clement, of Ochrid Cleo, of the Forty Virgin Martyrs Cleonice, of the Forty Virgin Martyrs
Cleonicus, Martyr Cleopas, Apostle Cleopatra, of the Forty Virgin Martyrs Cleopatra, Ascetic
 Clodoaldus (Cloud) Founder of monastery of Nogent-sur-Seine Codratus,  Apostle, Bishop of Athens Codratus [Quadratus] Martyr of Corinth
Codratus (Quadratus) Martyr
Codratus [Quadratus] Martyr of Nicomedia Colman, Abbot of Lindisfarne Colman Mc O'Laoighse  Columba, (Columcille, Columbus) of Iona
Columbanus, Founder of monastery at Luxeuil [Bobbio] Comgall, Founder of monastery of Bangor (Ben-Chor) Conon, of the 13 Martyrs of Kantara, Cyprus Conon, Ascetic Martyr of Isauria
Conon, Martyr, The Gardener Constantine, The Great, Emperor Constantine, Of the Seven Youths of Ephesus Constantine, Prince of Georgia
Constantine Brancoveanu Constantine the Younger son of Constantine Brancoveanu  Constantine, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslav Constantine, Ascetic Martyr, Alamanus, of Cyprus
Constantine, Newmartyr, of Hydra, 1800 Constantine, Newmartyr, of Agarenon, 1819 Constantine, Ascetic, of Synnada Constantine, of Strathclyde, King, Monk Confessor
Constantius, Hieromartyr, The Russian 1742 Coralia, Martyr Corbinian, Bishop of Freising Corentinus (Cury), Bishop of Quimper in Brittany
Cormac, An abbot in Ireland Cornelius, The Centurion Cornelius, Abbot of the Pskov Caves Cornelius, Abbot of Paleostrov
Cornelius, Abbot of Komel, Vologda Cosmas, Bishop of Maiuma, Hymnwriter Cosmas, Selfless Physician of Asia Cosmas, Selfless Physician of Rome
Cosmas, Selfless Physician of Arabia Cosmas, Hieromartyr, Aitolos, 1779 Cosmas, Ascetic Martyr, Agiannana, 1760 Cosmas, of Yakhrom
Crescens, Apostle Crescens, Martyr Cumine the White, Abbot of Iona Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, Wonderworker of England
Cybi (Cuby), of Anglesey, Patron saint of Llangibby and Llangybi in Wales   Cyprian, Hieromartyr Cyprian, Bishop of Carthage Cyprian, Metropolitan of Kiev
Cyprian of Antioch Cyra or Kyra, Ascetic Cyranna, Newmartyr of Thessalonica, 1571 Cyriaca (Dominica), Greatmartyr
Cyriaca (Dominica), of Rome Cyriacus or Kyriacos, Ascetic, The Solitary Cyriacus or Kyriacos, Ascetic near Eurychou, Cyprus Cyriena or Kyriena, Martyr
Cyril [Cyrillus], Patriarch of Alexandria Cyril, Patriarch of Jerusalem Cyril, Patriarch of Constantinople, New Hieromartyr of Pythio, 1821 Cyril, Bishop of Gortyna, Crete
Cyril Bishop of Catania Cyril, of the 13 Martyrs of Kantara, Cyprus Cyril, Equal to the Apostles, Enlightener of the Slavs Cyril, Martyr, Deacon
Cyril, Abbot and Wonderworker of Novoezersk, Novgorod Cyril, of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste Cyril, Ascetic, Phileotes Cyril, Ascetic, Abbot of White Lake
Cyril, Ascetic, Father of St. Sergius of Radonezh Cyrion [Kyrion] of the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste Cyrus, The Selfless Physician