25 Catholic names that mean catholic for boys, listing Catholic baby names 1-20. Antonio, Benedict and Peter are popular names. Amadour, Aniketos, Battista, Boyne, Calvert, Campion, Candelario, Celesto, Cope, Epifanio, Finbar, Fulton, Ignatius, Joachim, Makarios, Massey and Novena are uncommon names. View Catholic baby names for name meanings, search Catholic names for girls, or search other baby names.
Amadour ... has been venerated by the Catholic church ... 
Aniketos ... The name has survived in a small way in Catholic countries because of a second-century martyred pope who was later canonized. 
Antonio ... Saint Anthony of Padua is a very important saint in the Catholic church ... 
Battista ... Mainly used in countries with a strong Roman Catholic tradition ... 
Benedict ... Benedict is used mainly by Roman Catholics ... 
Boyne ... the Protestant King William III defeated the Catholic King James II ... 
Calvert ... Their proprietarship of Maryland ended when, as Catholics ... 
Campion ... Name of a small wildflower and of an English Catholic martyr, Edmund Campion ... 
Candelario ... Refers to the Catholic feast of Candlemas, February 2 ... 
Celesto ... Associated in Catholic countries with Popes Celestine I and IV (both saints). 
Cope ... Probably an occupational name referring to the long cape worn by a bishop of the Catholic or Anglican church.
Epifanio ... and in the Catholic calendar ... 
Finbar ... A prominent abbott and bishop who kept the Catholic Church alive in Ireland during the seventh and eighth centuries ... 
Fulton ... Catholic bishop Fulton J. Sheen.
Ignatius ... Saint Ignatius of Loyola was the founder of the Catholic Jesuit order. 
Joachim ... According to medieval Catholic tradition ... 
Makarios ... The name of at least 73 Catholic saints. 
Massey ... or possibly related to the Catholic Mass ... 
Novena From a word used by the Catholic Church ...
Peter ... In Catholic tradition ... 
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