St. Frances of Rome
Saint Frances of Rome is the patron of lay people, taxi drivers, widows, and people ridiculed for their piety. She lived her life as both a mother of 4 and as religious once she became a widow. Saint Frances of Rome founded the Oblates of the Tor de Specchi and the first facility in Rome to house abandoned children. She dictated 97 visions and claimed to have been guided by an archangel. St. Frances of Rome's feast day is March 9th.