19. The angel of the church you attend
Tradition also has it that every church has its own guardian angel. Think of that wonderful line in Eucharistic Prayer I: “Almighty God, we pray that your angel may take this sacrifice to your altar in heaven. Then, as we receive from this altar the sacred body and blood of your Son, let us be filled with every grace and blessing.” Again, a great Saint to pray with before Mass and other activities at your parish.
20. A Saint of your favorite hobby
While a few people probably need reminders to moderate their penances (as famously happened to St. Aloysius Gonzaga), most of us need help in keeping our hobbies in check. To summarize St. Francis de Sales, we must not let our amusements become occupations. Your favorite hobby probably has a Saint to help out. Athletes love St. Sebastian, while photographers can pray with St. Veronica.
21. A particular Saint that God specially draws you to
The above places and events are among the most ordinary ways God draws us to Himself through particular Saints. There may be, however, a Saint you’re drawn to for no particular reason you can discern. Though you may learn the reason later on, don’t wait: go ahead and pray!
A private litany?
As you research the above, you’ll come up with a list of Saints who lead you particularly to God through the times, places, and circumstances of your life in Christ. Putting together a private litany of these Saints and asking them to intercede for you and others can be a great way to start a formal prayer period.