I'm from a large Catholic family, but no one really has Catholic names. It's not really a law/rule that if you're Catholic, you have to have a Catholic name, at least here in America. I actually only knew a couple of friends who are Catholic that have religious names: Mary and Elizabeth, but these are also common names, so I don't normally tag them as "religious" The rest do not.
I suggest looking at biblical names like: Abigail, Jezebel, Deborah, Lydia, Rachel etc... (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_women_in_the_Bible)
or possibly saint names: http://www.catholic.org/saints/female.php
or, since you have a Grace, maybe other "faith" words like: Hope, Faith, Joy, Serenity, etc...
I come from an Irish Catholic family. While my name isn't very traditional in that mindset, the other female members in my family definitely bear more traditional monikers.
are my favorites that go with your other girls. :)
I'm super Irish Catholic, my parents are Galway natives who had 16 kids lol. One of the traditions of my family is to use 'Mary' as a first name for girls although typically we all went by our 'second name'. My mom is called Mary Ellen. Grandmothers are Cathleen (step grandma), Annemarie & Rosemary.
My sisters are called:
I'm called Johnna after my grandda John and the first without a Mary in front of my name but my middle name is Rosemary.
Some of my nieces are:
Mary Claire, Catherine, Erin, Shannon, Tara, Colleen, Nora, Mary Anne, Mary Josephine
I think people hit most of the ones k thought of, but I'll throw them out there again!
I'm a practicing catholic and know many large catholic families.
This is a great list!
Surprised on one has mentioned it but I really like Fiona Elizabeth.,
Here are some. I tried to make sure they are all saints:
May (after Mary's month)
And Adam and Eve were saints, they have some material in the Catechism (CCC) that describes their being loosed from Purgatory. Good Luck!