Behind the titles of Bishop, foundress etc you can be sure to find a person who tried to love in some way or another by being kind, gentle, merciful, listening, wise, joyful, peaceful, faithful or hardworking. Saints need not necessarily be religious.
There are many lay people of all sorts who also lived a saintly life including a the saint who mistakenly murdered his parents, one who committed rape, one who was killed by his adopted son, the saint who for many years was a man's mistress, saints who were alcoholics, saints who died in childbirth, saints who had an unfaithful husband or wife, saints who were orphaned, who were abandoned, who married young, who died young, who ran away from home, who left the Faith and later returned, who died for the Faith, who were killed in battle, who were murdered, saints who were tortured, who were fired from a job, who were disliked, who were homely or illiterate, who were mystics, who were neglected, who were poor, who were ridiculed, who were sick, who had mental problems, who endured others' bad temper, who had trouble with their in-laws, who though married lived as celibates etc.
Trying our luck at sainthood might not be such a far fetched option!
Secular Saints: Two Hundred Fifty Canonized and Beatified Lay Men, Women and Children, Joan Carroll Cruz. 1989.