Saint Serapion the Sindonite, anchorite
In Egypt, Saint Serapion the Sindonite, anchorite.
Holy martyrs of Alexandria of Egypt on the day of Pentecost
Commemoration of the holy martyrs of Alexandria, who, under the emperor Constantius and the prefect Philagrius, while the Arians and pagans burst into the church, were killed on the Friday of the Lord’s Passion.
Saint Lupicin, abbot
Saint Enda, abbot
Birth of Saint Benedict of Norcia, abbot
Saint James the Confessor, martyr
Saint Jean, bishop of Valence
Saint Nicholas of Flüe, hermit
Blesseds Thomas Pilcher, priest, and William Pike, martyrs of England
Blessed Matthew Flathers, priest and martyr of England
Saint Augustinus Zhao Rong, priest and martyr of China
Saint Benedetta Cambiagio Frassinello, founder of the Benedictine Sisters of Providence
Saint Epaphroditus, disciple of Saint Paul the apostle
Commemoration of Saint Epaphroditus, whom Saint Paul the Apostle calls brother and companion in work and struggle.
Saint Paul, bishop of Narbonne and martyr
At Narbonne on the coast of southern France along Via Domitia, deposition of Saint Paul, bishop and martyr.
Saints Callinica and Basilissa, martyrs
Saint Basil, priest and martyr
Saint Lea, widow
Saint Benvenuto degli Scottivoli, bishop of Osimo
Saint Nicholas Owen, Jesuit priest and martyr of England
Blessed François Chartier, priest and martyr of France
Blesseds Marian Górecki and Bronisław Komorowski, priests and martyrs of Poland
Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo, archbishop of Lima
Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo, bishop of Lima: lay native of Spain, expert in law, he went to America after election to this see; moved by ardent apostolic zeal, he visited his vast diocese several times, often on foot, assiduously providing for the flock entrusted to him; he defeated abuses and scandals in the clergy with synods; he catechised and converted the natives, until at Sanna in Peru he found the ultimate rest.
Saint Gwinear, martyr
In Cornwall, Saint Gwinear, martyr.
Saints Victorian, proconsular, Frumentius and Frumentius, martyrs
Saint Gautier, first abbot of Saint-Martin at Pontoise
Saint Ottone, hermit at Ariano Irpino
Blessed Pietro da Gubbio, Augustinian priest
Blessed Edmund Sykes, priest and martyr of England
Blessed Peter Higgins, Dominican priest and martyr of Ireland
Saint José Oriol, priest
Blessed Annunciata Astoria Cocchetti, virgin, founder of the Sisters of Saint Dorothy
Saint Rafqa Choboq Ar-Rayès, virgin of the Maronite Lebanese Order
Blessed Metod Trčka, Redemptorist priest, martyr of Slovakia
Saints Timolaus, Denis, Pausides, Alexander, Romulus, Alexander, Agapius and Denis martyrs
At Caesarea in Palestine, the holy martyrs Timolaus, Denis, Pausides, Alexander, Romulus and another Alexander, who, during the persecution of the emperor Diocletian, led with their hands tied before the prefect Urban, confessed to being Christians and a few days later, together with their companions Agapius and another Denis, with the decapitation they deserved the crown of eternal life.
Saint Secundulus, martyr
In Mauritania, in the lands of present-day Algeria, Saint Secundulus, who underwent the passion for faith in Christ.
Saint Macartan, bishop of Clogher
Saint Severo, bishop of Catania
Blessed Giovanni del Bastone, priest and monk
Saint Catherine of Vadstena, virgin
Blessed Diego José da Cadice López-Caamaño García-Pérez, Capuchin priest
Blessed Maria od Jezusa Ukrzyżowanego Karłowska, virgin, founder of the Sisters of the Holy Shepherd of Divine Providence
The Annunciation of the Lord
Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord, when, in the town of Nazareth, the angel of the Lord announced to Mary: “Behold, you will conceive and bear a son, and he will be called Son of the Most High.” And Mary replied: “Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it done to me according to your word.” And thus, in the fullness of time, he who was the only begotten Son of God before all time became incarnate for us men and for our salvation, by the Holy Spirit of the Virgin Mary, and was made man.
The Good Thief
Commemoration of the Good Thief, who, having professed faith in Christ on the cross, deserved to hear from him: “Today you will be with me in paradise.”
Saint Dulas, martyr
Saint Quirino, martyr at Rome
At Rome in the cemetery of Pontian on Via Portuense, Saint Quirino, martyr.
Saint Matrona, martyr at Thessalonica
Saint Mona, bishop of Milan
Saint Hermeland, monk at Fontanelle
Saint Nicodemo, hermit
Saint Procopius, hermit
Blessed Eberhard, monk
Blessed Tommaso, hermit
Saint Margaret Clitherow, martyr of England
Blessed James Bird, martyr of England
Saint Lucia Filippini, founder of Maestre Pie
Blessed Placido Riccardi, priest
Blessed Yosafata Hordashevs’ka, virgin, founder of the Handmaids of Mary Immaculate, martyr of Ukraine
Blessed Omeljan Kovč, priest and martyr of Poland
Blessed Hilary Januszewski, Discalced Carmelite priest and martyr at Dachau
Saint Castulo, martyr at Rome on Via Labicana
At Rome on Via Labicana, Saint Castulo, martyr.
Saints Emmanuel, Sabinus, Quadratus and Theodosius, martyrs
In Anatolia, in present-day Turkiye, Saints Emmanuel, Sabinus, Quadratus and Theodosius, martyrs.
Saints Montanus, priest, and Maxima, wife, martyrs
Saint Eutychius, subdeacon of Alexandria and martyr
Saint Peter, bishop of Sebastea
Saint Bercaire, first abbot of Hautvilliers
Saints Baronzio and Desiderio, hermits
Saint Liudger, bishop of Münster
In the monastery of Werden in Saxony, in Germany, transitus of Saint Liudger, bishop, who, instructed by Alcuin, preached the Gospel in the lands of Holland, Denmark and Saxony, constituted the episcopal see of Münster and founded many monasteries, true centres of propagation of faith.
Blessed Maddalena Caterina Morano, Salesian virgin
Saint Rupert, bishop of Salzburg
At Salzburg in Bavaria, in present-day Austria, Saint Rupert, bishop, who, living first in Worms, at the request of Duke Theodone came to Bavaria and built a church and monastery in Salzburg, which he governed as bishop and abbot, spreading from there the Christian faith.
Blessed Pellegrino da Falerone, Franciscan priest
At San Severino Marche, Blessed Pellegrino da Falerone, priest, who was among the first disciples of Saint Francis and, having gone on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, aroused the admiration of the Saracens themselves.
Blessed Panacea De’ Muzzi, virgin and martyr
Blessed Francesco Faà di Bruno, priest, founder of the Sisters of Our Lady of Suffrage and Saint Zita
Saint Castor, martyr at Tarsus
At Tarsus in Cilicia, in present-day Turkiye, Saint Castor, martyr.
Saints Priscus, Malchus and Alexander, martyrs
Commemoration of the holy martyrs Priscus, Malchus and Alexander: at the time of the persecution of the emperor Valerian, they lived on a farm on the outskirts of Caesarea in Palestine, a city where numerous crowns of celestial martyrdom were offered to the gaze; moved by divine ardour, they spontaneously presented themselves before the judge and, having blamed him because he only raged against the blood of the pious, they were immediately given to the fairs by him as Christians.
Saint Cyril, deacon and martyr
Saint Proterius, bishop of Alexandria of Egypt
Saint Gontran, king of the Franks
Saint Hilarion, hegumen in Bithynia and martyr
Saint Stephen Harding, abbot
Saint Cono, monk
Blessed Antonio da Monticiano Patrizi, Augustinian priest
Blessed Jeanne-Marie de Maillé, widow
Blessed Christopher Wharton, priest and martyr of England
Blessed Renée-Marie Feillatreau épouse Dumont, martyr of France
Saint Józef Sebastian Pelczar, bishop of Przemyśl, founder of the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Saint Eustasio, bishop of Naples
At Naples, commemoration of Saint Eustasio, bishop.
Saint Mark, bishop of Aretusa
Commemoration of Saint Mark, bishop of Arethusa in Syria, who at the time of the Arian controversy never deviated from the right faith, and under the emperor Julian the Apostate suffered violent harassment; he was greeted by Saint Gregory Nazianzen as a distinguished personality and an elder of a very holy life.
Saints Armogastes, Archinimus and Saturus, martyrs
Commemoration of Saints Armogastes, Archinimus and Saturus, martyrs, who in Africa, at the time of the Vandal persecution, under the Arian king Genseric, suffered many atrocious tortures and infamy for having professed the true faith.
Saint Berthold, founder of the Carmelites
Saint Guillaume Tempier, bishop of Poitiers
Saint Ludolf, bishop of Ratzeburg and martyr
Blessed John Hambley, priest and martyr of England
Saint Secondo, martyr in Lombardia
At Asti, Saint Secondo, martyr.
Saint Domninus, martyr in Macedonia
At Thessalonica in Macedonia, now in Greece, Saint Domninus, martyr.
Saint Regulus, bishop of Arles
At Senlis in Gallia Lugdunensis, in present-day France, Saint Regulus, bishop.
Holy martyrs of Constantinople during the time of Emperor Constantius
Saint John Climacus, abbot
Saint Zosimo, bishop of Syracuse
Saint Osburh, first abbess of Coventry
Saint Clinio, abbot
Saint Pietro Regalado, Franciscan priest
Blessed Amédée IX, duke of Savoy
Saints Antoine-Marie-Nicolas Daveluy, bishop and apostolic vicar of Korea, Pierre Aumaître and Martin-Luc Huin, priests, Iosephus Chang Chu-gi, Thomas Son Cha-sŏn and Lucas Hwang Sŏk-tu, catechists, martyrs of Korea
Saint Ludovico da Casoria Palmentieri, Franciscan priest, founder of Congregation of the Brothers of Charity
Saint Leonardo Murialdo, priest, founder of the Congregation of Saint Joseph
Saint Julio Álvarez Mendoza, priest and martyr of Mexico
Blessed Maria Restituta Kafka, virgin of the Third Order of Saint Francis of Christian Charity and martyr at Vienna
Saint Benjamin, deacon and martyr in Persia
At Argol in Persia, Saint Benjamin, a deacon, who did not give up preaching the word of God and, under the reign of Vararane V, suffered martyrdom with sharp rods stuck in his nails.
Saint Balbina, martyr at Rome
At Rome, commemoration of Saint Balbina, whose basilica founded on the Aventine bears her venerable name.
Saint Agilolf, bishop of Cologne
Saint Guido, abbot of Pomposa
Blessed Jeanne, Third Order Carmelite virgin
Blessed Bonaventura da Forlì Tornielli, Servite priest
Blessed Christopher Robinson, priest and martyr of England
Blessed Natalia Tułasiewicz, martyr of Germany
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