St. Valentine of Rome

Saint Valentine of Rome is the patron of bee keepers, engaged coupes, betrothed couples, lovers, love, greeting card manufacturers, happy marriages, and young people. He was a physician and priest in Rome who gave aid to martyrs in prison which landed himself in jail. St. Valentine of Rome converted his jailer while in prison by restoring the sight to the jailer's daughter. St. Valentine of Rome's feast day is February 14th.