Do Catholics believe that others saints make apparitions than just Mary?
Traditionally, many of the saints have appeared to various members of the faithful throughout the centuries, as well as Our Lord himself.
At Fatima, Our Lady, St. Joseph and the Child Jesus appeared in the last apparition on October 13, 1917.
St. Catherine of Alexandria, St. Margarite of Antioch and St. Micheal the Archangel appeared to St. Joan of Arc.
St. Joseph appeared at Cotignac, France in 1660. The apparition of St. Joseph at Cotignac is an approved apparion.
According to tradition, Our Lord appeared to St. Peter on the Appian Way in order to encourage him to be crucified for the faith. There is a church built on the site of this apparition, know commonly as the Church of the Domine Quo Vadis.
At Knock, Ireland Our Lady of Knock appeared with St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist along with Our Lord under the symbolism of the Lamb or God on August 21, 1871.
Now the question may be addressed as if Catholics believe that the apparitions of Mary are in someway unique in some respect?
The answer may be yes or no, depending if we accept St. Joseph’s Assumption as being real or not. Pius tradition within the Church still allows this possibility.
It is not known exactly when the body of St. Joseph was taken up into heaven, but most likely it was soon after Christ's Resurrection or Ascension. Some believe that St. Joseph was among the saints who miraculously rose from the grave as a witness to the resurrection of Jesus, as recounted in St. Matthew's Gospel:
"Many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep arose; and coming forth out of the tombs after His resurrection, they came into the holy city and appeared to many."
Although it is not an article of the Catholic faith, Pope St. John XXIII made the statement that the assumption of St. Joseph is worthy of belief. Yet, this traditional belief is not widely known or held today. Perhaps St. Joseph's appearance in the sky at Fatima is meant to reignite this belief among the faithful so that we will better understand what a powerful intercessor he is for us, especially for fatherhood, the family, and a model of authentic masculinity, all of which have been so decimated in modern culture.
Now if St. Joseph has been take up into heaven, then Mary’s privilege of having a glorified body and soul is not quite so unique.
It is entirely fitting that the Holy Family, so closely united on earth—both spiritually and physically—is presently united in the same way in heaven.
Francis Suarez maintained St. Joseph was taken up into heaven bodily. St. Bernardino of Siena, Gerson, and St. Vincent Ferrer held the same. St. Francis de Sales points out the fact that nobody claims the tomb of St. Joseph and that there are no relics of this saint. Then he continues in Les Vrais Entretiens Spirituels:
Surely, when Our Lord went down into Limbo, St. Joseph addressed Him in this wise: “Be pleased to remember, Lord, that when you came down from Heaven to earth I received you into my house and family, that I took you into my arms from the moment you were born. Now you are going back to Heaven, take me with you (body and soul). I received you into my family, receive me into yours; I took you in my arms; take me into yours; I looked after you and fed you and guided you during your life on earth; stretch forth your hand and lead me into life everlasting.”
Some have speculated that Saint Joseph was among the “saints” who were resurrected shortly after the death of Christ on Good Friday. - Was Saint Joseph Assumed Bodily into Heaven?
It is thus possible that in addition to Our Lord, both Our Lady and St. Joseph can appear with their glorified bodies to the faithful in an apparition, while other saints can appear in apparitions in the form of a vision!
After all St. Joseph, Our Lady and the Child Jesus all appeared at Fatima on October 13, 1917!