The Catholic saint feast day on February 4 is Saint Andrew Corsini. He was a 14th-century Italian bishop and member of the Carmelite order. He was known for his humility, charity, and devotion to the poor. Saint Andrew Corsini is remembered for his work as a peacemaker, and for his efforts to reconcile feuding families and bring an end to political strife. He is the patron saint of Florence, Italy, and his feast day is celebrated by the Catholic Church on February 4 each year.