Saint Denis was bishop of Paris in the 3rd century and was martyred for his faith by decapitation. He is the most famous cephalophore in Christian history with legend claiming he walked several miles, holding his head, and preached a sermon on repentance. He is the patron saint of Paris and France.
Saint Teresa of Avila was a Spanish mystic of the 1500s. She wrote four devotions on the ascent of the soul: Devotion of Heart, Devotion of Peace, Devotion of Union, and Devotion of Ecstasy.
Saint Christopher is a martyr of the 3rd century. In Eastern Orthodox icons, he is sometimes depicted with the head of a dog. This image came about from the misinterpretation of the Latin term Cananeus (Canaanite) to read canineus (canine). He is the patron saint of travelers.
Saint Lucy was a martyr who died during the Diocletianic Persecution. She was denounced by her betrothed for wanting to consecrate her virginity to God and spread her dowry and riches to the poor. In one history, her eyes were gouged out by a Roman soldier. In another, she removed her own eyes to discourage a persistent suitor. When her body was prepared for burial, they discovered that her eyes had been restored. She is the patron saint of the blind.