St. Richard

Saint Richard of Chichester, also known as Richard de Wych, was a 13th-century English bishop known for his piety, humility, and care for the poor. Despite facing opposition from the king and some clergy, Richard remained dedicated to his pastoral duties and the spiritual welfare of his diocese. He is remembered for his simple lifestyle and his commitment to serving others, especially the needy. Saint Richard of Chichester is venerated as a model of Christian virtue and pastoral care.

Feast Day is on June 16
Patronage: Sussex, England