Full Saints Listing

ID Month Num. Month Day Name Notes
1169 1 January 1 Almachius, martyr common
1170 1 January 1 Basil (the Great), bishop (of Caesarea), confessor GTZ: Trent, Arles; 6082
1168 1 January 1 Circumcision of Christ
1171 1 January 1 Clarus, abbot (at Vienne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Vienne
1172 1 January 1 Concordius, martyr BLS
1173 1 January 1 Eugendus, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Genf, Sitten, Lyon
1174 1 January 1 Fanchea, virgin BLS
1175 1 January 1 Felix, bishop (of Bourges) BLS
3972 1 January 1 First of the Year
1176 1 January 1 Fulgentius, bishop, confessor BLS
1177 1 January 1 Hugolinus a Gualdo BLS
1178 1 January 1 Joseph M. Tommasi BLS
1179 1 January 1 Martina, virgin, martyr GTZ: one or more religious orders
1180 1 January 1 Mary, Mother of God MR
1167 1 January 1 Octave of the Nativity of Christ
1181 1 January 1 Odilo, abbot (of Cluny) BLS
1182 1 January 1 William, abbot (of St. Benigne at Dijon) BLS
1183 1 January 1 Zdislava Berka, matron BLS
1305 1 January 2 Adalar, abbot BLS
1306 1 January 2 Airaldus, bishop BLS
1307 1 January 2 Aspasius, bishop, confessor (at Melun) BLS; GTZ: Sens
1308 1 January 2 Basil (the Great) and Gregory (of Nazianzus), bishops, Doctors of the Church MR
1309 1 January 2 Bentivoglia de Bonis, confessor BLS
1310 1 January 2 Clarus, abbot (at Vienne), confessor GTZ: Genf, Embrun, Lyon
1311 1 January 2 Gerard Cagnoli, confessor BLS: Sicily
1312 1 January 2 Macarius (of Alexandria), anchoret BLS
1313 1 January 2 Munchin BLS: Limerick
1314 1 January 2 Odilo, abbot, confessor GTZ: Cluniacs
1316 1 January 2 Stephana Quinzani, virgin BLS
1315 1 January 2 Stephen, protomartyr (Octave) common
1317 1 January 2 Vincencianus, hermit BLS
1423 1 January 3 Antherus, pope, martyr BLS
1424 1 January 3 Bertilia, virgin BLS
1425 1 January 3 Florentius, bishop (of Vienne), martyr BLS
1426 1 January 3 Genevieve, virgin BLS; GTZ: France; PCP (Paris), in red
1427 1 January 3 Gordius, martyr BLS
1428 1 January 3 John, apostle, evangelist (Octave) common
1429 1 January 3 Peter Balsam, martyr BLS
1430 1 January 3 Theopemptus, bishop, martyr BLS
1468 1 January 4 Angela (of Foligno), widow BLS
1469 1 January 4 Ferreolus, bishop (of Uzès), confessor BLS; GTZ: Uzès
1470 1 January 4 Gregory, bishop (of Langres) BLS; GTZ: Langres
1471 1 January 4 Holy Innocents, martyrs (Octave) common
1472 1 January 4 Oringa, virgin BLS
1473 1 January 4 Pharaildis, virgin BLS: Flanders
1474 1 January 4 Rigobert, bishop (of Reims), confessor BLS; GTZ: Reims
1475 1 January 4 Roger (of Ellant), confessor BLS
1477 1 January 4 Thomas Plumtree, martyr BLS
1476 1 January 4 Titus, bishop BLS
1479 1 January 5 Convoyon, abbot BLS
1480 1 January 5 Edward, king, confessor GTZ: England
1481 1 January 5 Emiliana, virgin BLS
1482 1 January 5 Gerlac, hermit BLS
1483 1 January 5 Severinus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Passau
1484 1 January 5 Simeon Stylites, monk, confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
1485 1 January 5 Syncletica, virgin BLS
1486 1 January 5 Telesphorus, pope BLS
1487 1 January 5 Thomas, bishop (Octave) WTS (Bruges)
4350 1 January 5 Ursinus, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Octave) Bourges
1478 1 January 5 Vigil of Epiphany
4083 1 January 6 Andrew Corsini, bishop (of Fiesole), confessor (+ 1373, can. 1629)
1488 1 January 6 Epiphany
1489 1 January 6 Erminold, abbot, martyr BLS
1490 1 January 6 Gertrude van der Oosten, virgin BLS
1491 1 January 6 Guarinus BLS
1492 1 January 6 Macra, virgin, martyr GTZ: Paris, Soissons
1493 1 January 6 Melanius, bishop, confessor BLS
1494 1 January 6 Peter Thomas, Carmelite, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
1495 1 January 6 Wiltrudis, widow, abbess (of Bergen) BLS
1496 1 January 7 Aldric, bishop (of LeMans), confessor BLS; GTZ: LeMans
1497 1 January 7 Cedd, bishop (of London) BLS
4421 1 January 7 Domini eductio (reductio, relatio) de Egypto. Bremen, Hamburg.
1498 1 January 7 Edward Waterson, martyr BLS
1499 1 January 7 Frambaldus, monk (at Micy) (Translation) PCP (Paris)
1501 1 January 7 Isidore, bishop (of Seville), confessor GTZ: Paderborn
1500 1 January 7 Isidore, martyr HCC; WTS (Bruges)
4031 1 January 7 Juliani and Basilisse, martyr Sevilla, Tarassona, Toledo (Mozarab.).
1502 1 January 7 Kanute, duke (of Sleswig), martyr GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia, Finnland (as king)
1503 1 January 7 Kentigerna, widow BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1504 1 January 7 Lucian, priest, martyr BLS
1505 1 January 7 Palladius, bishop (of Embrun) GTZ: Embrun
1506 1 January 7 Pelagius, bishop (of Embrun) GTZ: Embrun
1507 1 January 7 Raymond (of Peñafort), priest MR
1508 1 January 7 Reinold, martyr GTZ: Cologne
1509 1 January 7 Sanctinus, bishop (of Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
1510 1 January 7 Tillo, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Limoges
1511 1 January 7 Valentine, bishop (of Passau), confessor BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
1512 1 January 7 Vitalis, abbot (of Savigny) common
1513 1 January 7 Wittikund, confessor BLS
1514 1 January 8 Albert, bishop (of Cashel) BLS: Cashel
1515 1 January 8 Apollinaris the Apologist, bishop BLS
1516 1 January 8 Atticus, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
1517 1 January 8 Baldwin, martyr BLS
1518 1 January 8 Erhard, bishop (of Regensburg), confessor BLS; GTZ
1519 1 January 8 Eugene, bishop, martyr HCC
1520 1 January 8 Frodobert, abbot (at Troyes) BLS; GTZ: Troyes (Translation)
1521 1 January 8 Garibaldus, bishop (of Ratisbon) BLS
1522 1 January 8 Gudula, virgin GTZ: Liège; BLS: Brussels
4444 1 January 8 Julian and Basilissa, virgins, martyrs Hamburg
1523 1 January 8 Lucian, priest, martyr (with Maximus and Julian) BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)
4634 1 January 8 Maximian, martyr Bremen. - [Beauvais, als Genosse des Lucian] D., Paris.
1524 1 January 8 Natalanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
1525 1 January 8 Patiens, bishop (of Metz) BLS; GTZ: Metz
1526 1 January 8 Pega, virgin BLS
1527 1 January 8 Rigobert, bishop (of Reims), confessor GTZ: Paris, Tours; PCP (Paris)
1528 1 January 8 Severinus, abbot BLS: Austria
1529 1 January 8 Severinus, bishop (of Septempeda), confessor common; 6082, in red
4470 1 January 8 Timothy Euctus (Polyeuctus), and companions (Rusticus, Piscus (Pisseus, Cipiscus), Secundus, Lucius, Felix, Januarius and Palladius) "Revered for unknown reasons in Greece"
1530 1 January 8 William, bishop (of York), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: York
1531 1 January 8 Wulsin, bishop (of Sherbourne) BLS
1532 1 January 9 Adrian, abbot (of Canterbury) BLS
1533 1 January 9 Brihtwald, bishop (of Canterbury) BLS
1534 1 January 9 Felan, abbot BLS
1535 1 January 9 Foelanus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4294 1 January 9 Forty Martyrs (Quadraginta) Toledo (Mozarab.)
1536 1 January 9 Honorius, martyr BLS
1537 1 January 9 Jodocus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Winchester, Jos in French
1538 1 January 9 Julian and Basilissa, virgins, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Passau, France; HCC, without Basilissa
1539 1 January 9 Lucianus, bishop (of Beauvais), martyr PCP (Paris)
1541 1 January 9 Marciana, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Trier; HBD: Toledo
1542 1 January 9 Paschasia, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Dijon
1540 1 January 9 Pauline Marie Jaricot BLS
1543 1 January 9 Peter (of Sebaste), bishop, confessor BLS
4077 1 January 9 Saturnini and Vitalis, martyr Mailand (Ambros.).
1544 1 January 9 Waningus BLS
1184 1 January 10 Agatho, pope BLS
1185 1 January 10 Gregory (X), pope BLS
1186 1 January 10 John Camillus Bonus, bishop (of Milan), confessor BLS
1187 1 January 10 Marcian, priest, confessor BLS
1188 1 January 10 Paul, the first hermit, confessor common
1189 1 January 10 Peter Useolus, confessor BLS
1190 1 January 10 Petronius, bishop (of St. Dié), confessor GTZ: Vienne
1191 1 January 10 Polieuctus, martyr GTZ: Metz
1192 1 January 10 Sethrida, virgin BLS
1193 1 January 10 Valeric, hermit GTZ: Limoges
1194 1 January 10 William, bishop (of Bourges), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cistercians, France; PCP (Paris)
1195 1 January 11 Brettiva, virgin (at Brict.) GTZ: Norway
1196 1 January 11 Egwin, bishop (of Worcester), confessor BLS
4405 1 January 11 Gregorius, Bishop Freising
1197 1 January 11 Hyginius, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
1198 1 January 11 Leucius, bishop (of Brindisi), confessor BLS
1199 1 January 11 Palaemon, hermit BLS
1200 1 January 11 Paulinus, bishop (of Aquileia), confessor GTZ: Aquileia
1201 1 January 11 Quintinus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1202 1 January 11 Salvius, bishop (of Amiens) BLS
4643 1 January 11 Severus, confessor Bremen
1203 1 January 11 Theodosius (the Cenobiarch) BLS
1204 1 January 11 Three Kings (Death) GTZ: Cologne
1205 1 January 11 Vitalis (of Gaza), monk BLS
1207 1 January 11 William Carter, martyr BLS
1206 1 January 11 William, bishop (of Bourges) PCP (Paris)
1208 1 January 12 Aelred, abbot BLS
1209 1 January 12 Arcadius, martyr BLS
1210 1 January 12 Benedict (Biscop), abbot (of Wearmouth), confessor BLS; GTZ: Durham; PRI: England
1211 1 January 12 Caesaria, virgin BLS
1212 1 January 12 Ciriacus and Zoticus, martyrs WTS (Bruges)
1214 1 January 12 Hilary, bishop (of Poitiers) PCP (Paris)
1213 1 January 12 John, pope HCC
4567 1 January 12 Peter, martyr, and companions (Aventinus, Castulus, Philoromus and Zoticus) Martyrs in Egypt
1215 1 January 12 Remigius PCP (Paris)
1216 1 January 12 Satyrus, martyr GTZ: Lebus
4513 1 January 12 Septave of Epiphany Amiens, Riems
1217 1 January 12 Tatiana, virgin, martyr BLS
1218 1 January 12 Tigrius and Eutropius, martyrs BLS
1219 1 January 12 Victorianus, abbot BLS
1221 1 January 13 Agricius, bishop (of Trier) BLS; GTZ: Trier
1222 1 January 13 Berno, abbot (of Cluny) BLS
1223 1 January 13 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), martyr (sometimes confessor) (Invention) GTZ: Amiens
1224 1 January 13 Godfrey, count (of Cappenburg) BLS
1225 1 January 13 Hilary, bishop (of Poitiers), confessor, Doctor of the Church common
1226 1 January 13 Ivetta, widow, anchoress BLS
1227 1 January 13 Kentigern (Mungho), bishop (of Glasgow), confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1220 1 January 13 Octave of Epiphany
1228 1 January 13 Potitus, martyr BLS
1229 1 January 13 Remigius, bishop (of Reims), confessor (Transitus) Trier, Reims GTZ
1230 1 January 13 Veronica (of Milan) BLS
1231 1 January 14 Barbashemin (and companions), martyrs BLS
1232 1 January 14 Datius, bishop (of Milan) BLS
1233 1 January 14 Felix (of Nola), priest (sometimes bishop), confessor (sometimes martyr) common; 6082, as two saints Felix, both in red
4209 1 January 14 Firminus, bishop (of Mende) Mende
1234 1 January 14 Hilary, bishop BLS; PRI
1235 1 January 14 Kentigern BLS: Glasgow
1236 1 January 14 Macrina the Elder, widow BLS
1237 1 January 14 Martyrs of Mt. Sinai and Raithu BLS
1238 1 January 14 Odo (of Novaria), confessor BLS
1239 1 January 14 Pontianus, martyr GTZ: Utrecht; HCC, in red
1240 1 January 14 Sabas, bishop (of Servia) BLS
4351 1 January 14 William, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Octave) Bourges, (+ 1209, can. 1218)
1241 1 January 15 Alexander Akimetes, confessor BLS
1242 1 January 15 Bonitus, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor GTZ: southern France, Paris; PCP (Paris)
1243 1 January 15 Ceolwulf, king, confessor BLS
1244 1 January 15 Emebert, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor BLS
1245 1 January 15 Ephysius BLS
4365 1 January 15 Gudula, virgin (Octave)
1247 1 January 15 Isidore, bishop (of Seville), confessor BLS; GTZ: Sitten, Arles
1246 1 January 15 Isidore, priest, hermit common
1248 1 January 15 Ita, abbess (at Newcastle, Limerick) BLS
1249 1 January 15 John Calybites, confessor, BLS; GTZ: Besançon
1250 1 January 15 Macarius, abbot, confessor GTZ: Liège, Sens
1251 1 January 15 Malard, bishop (of Chartres), confessor BLS
1252 1 January 15 Maurilius, bishop (of Angers), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Angers
1253 1 January 15 Maurus, abbot, confessor common; GTZ: Freising, Constance (with Macarius); PCP (Paris), 6082, in red
1254 1 January 15 Paul, the first hermit, confessor BLS; GTZ: modern usage; PRI
1255 1 January 15 Peter (of Castelnau), martyr BLS
1256 1 January 15 Remedius, hermit, confessor GTZ: Trent
4324 1 January 15 Sperandius, confessor Gubbio, Order of St. Benedict
1257 1 January 15 Tarsitia, virgin BLS; GTZ: Rodez
1258 1 January 16 Dacian and companions, martyrs GTZ: Bamberg
1259 1 January 16 Ferriolus, bishop (of Grenoble) BLS
1260 1 January 16 Five Friars Minor (Berardus, Peter, Accursius, Adjutus and Otto), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Franciscans
1261 1 January 16 Furseus, bishop (sometimes abbot), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai, Paris, Noyon; PCP (Paris)
1262 1 January 16 Gonsalvo (of Amaranthia), confessor BLS
1263 1 January 16 Henry, hermit (at Cocket, Northumberland) BLS
1264 1 January 16 Honoratus, bishop (of Arles), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France
1265 1 January 16 James, bishop (of Tarentaise) BLS; GTZ: Tarentaise
1266 1 January 16 Macarius the Elder BLS
1267 1 January 16 Marcellus, pope (sometimes only bishop), martyr (sometimes confessor) common; 6082, in red
1268 1 January 16 Priscilla, matron BLS
1269 1 January 16 Tarantaise BLS
1270 1 January 16 Tatian and companions, martyrs GTZ: Bamberg
1271 1 January 16 Triverius, hermit, monk (at Lyon) BLS: Lyon
4256 1 January 17 Amandus, confessor Prämonstratenser
1272 1 January 17 Anthony, abbot, hermit, confessor common; 6082, in red
1273 1 January 17 Genulf, bishop (of Cahors), confessor BLS; GTZ: Albi, Bourges
1274 1 January 17 Julian Sabas, hermit BLS
1275 1 January 17 Mildgytha, virgin BLS
1276 1 January 17 Richimirus, abbot BLS
1277 1 January 17 Roselina, nun BLS
1278 1 January 17 Sabinas, bishop (of Piacenza), confessor BLS
1279 1 January 17 Speosippus, Eleosippus, and Meleosippus, martyrs BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)
1280 1 January 17 Sulpicius (Severus), bishop (of Bourges), confessor BLS; GTZ: Metz, Paderborn, Strassburg, France; PCP (Paris)
1282 1 January 18 Christina Ciccarelli, virgin BLS
1283 1 January 18 Deicolus, abbot BLS; GTZ: Besançon
1284 1 January 18 Leobard, recluse GTZ: Tours
1285 1 January 18 Prisca, virgin, martyr common
1281 1 January 18 St. Peter's Chair at Rome BLS; PRI
3960 1 January 18 Sun enters Aquarius
1286 1 January 18 Ulfrid, martyr BLS
1287 1 January 18 Venerandus, bishop (of Auvergne) GTZ: Clermont
1288 1 January 18 Volusianus, bishop (of Tours), martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France
1289 1 January 19 Andrew (of Peschiera), confessor BLS
1290 1 January 19 Bassianus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Apt
1292 1 January 19 Bernard (of Corleone) BLS
1291 1 January 19 Branvalator, confessor GTZ: Winchester
1293 1 January 19 Desiderius, bishop (of Langres), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Langres
4329 1 January 19 Fursey, abbot (of Lagny) (+ 650, circa).
1294 1 January 19 Germanicus, martyr BLS
1295 1 January 19 Henry, bishop (of Uppsala), martyr GTZ: Scandinavia
1296 1 January 19 Kanute, king (of Denmark), martyr BLS
1297 1 January 19 Launomar, priest (at Chartres), abbot GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)
1298 1 January 19 Marius, Martha, and sons (Audifax and Abachum), martyrs common
1299 1 January 19 Nathalan, bishop BLS
1300 1 January 19 Patroclus, martyr GTZ: Troyes
1301 1 January 19 Pontianus, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
1302 1 January 19 Remigius, bishop (of Rouen) BLS
1303 1 January 19 Thomas (of Cori) BLS
1304 1 January 19 Wulstan, bishop (of Worcester), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
1318 1 January 20 Benedict Ricasoli, monk BLS
1319 1 January 20 Contestus, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux
1320 1 January 20 Desiderius, bishop (of Thérouanne) BLS
1321 1 January 20 Euthymius, abbot BLS
1322 1 January 20 Fabian, pope, and Sebastian, martyrs common; PCP (Paris), in red; 6082, Sebastian in red
1323 1 January 20 Fechin, abbot BLS
1324 1 January 20 Henry, bishop (of Uppsala), martyr GTZ: Abo only
1325 1 January 20 Mary and Martha 6082
1326 1 January 21 Agnes, virgin, martyr common; HCC, 6082, in red
1327 1 January 21 Edward Stransham, martyr BLS
1328 1 January 21 Epiphanius, bishop (of Pavia) BLS
1329 1 January 21 Fructuosus, bishop (of Tarragona), and companions (Augurius and Eulogius), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Spain, Narbonne
1330 1 January 21 Inez de Beniganim, virgin BLS
1331 1 January 21 Meginrad, hermit, martyr BLS; GTZ: Constance, Chur
1332 1 January 21 Nicholas Woodfen, priest BLS
1333 1 January 21 Patroclus, martyr BLS; GTZ: Cologne
1334 1 January 21 Winnin, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1335 1 January 22 Anastasius, martyr common; GTZ: Speyer
1336 1 January 22 Blaesilla, widow BLS
1337 1 January 22 Brihtwold, bishop, confessor BLS
1338 1 January 22 Dominic (of Sora), abbot BLS; 6082
1339 1 January 22 Epiphanius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Hildesheim
1340 1 January 22 Ulphus, martyr GTZ: Troyes
1341 1 January 22 Urban, pope (sometimes only bishop), martyr (sometimes only confessor) (Translation) GTZ: Magdeburg
1343 1 January 22 Vincent, Orontius and Victor, martyrs GTZ: southern France
1342 1 January 22 Vincent, deacon, martyr common; PCP (Paris), 6082, in red
1344 1 January 23 Agilus, abbot GTZ: Sens
1345 1 January 23 Asclas BLS
1346 1 January 23 Bernard, bishop (of Vienne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Lausanne, southern France
1347 1 January 23 Clement (of Ancyra) and Agathangelus, martyrs BLS
1348 1 January 23 Emerentiana, virgin, martyr common, sister of St. Agnes
1349 1 January 23 Eusebius, abbot BLS
1350 1 January 23 Ildephonsus, bishop (of Toledo) BLS
1351 1 January 23 John (the Almoner), bishop (of Alexandria) BLS
1352 1 January 23 Lufthild BLS
1353 1 January 23 Macarius, martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ
1354 1 January 23 Maimbod, martyr BLS; GTZ: Besançon
1355 1 January 23 Margaret (of Ravenna), virgin BLS
1356 1 January 23 Raymond (of Peñafort), monk BLS
1357 1 January 23 Urban, bishop (of Langres), confessor GTZ: Langres
1358 1 January 24 Artemius, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Clermont
1359 1 January 24 Autbert, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor (Elevation) GTZ: Cambrai
1360 1 January 24 Babylas, bishop (of Antioch), martyr BLS; GTZ: England, France, Norway; PCP (Paris), as Basille
1361 1 January 24 Cadoc, abbot BLS
1362 1 January 24 Eric, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Scandinavia
1363 1 January 24 Felician, bishop (of Foligno), martyr BLS
1364 1 January 24 Francis (of Sales), bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
1365 1 January 24 Macedonius, anchoret BLS
1366 1 January 24 Macharius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1367 1 January 24 Marcolino (of Forli), confessor BLS
1368 1 January 24 Sabinianus, martyr (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
4352 1 January 24 Sulpicius (Severus), bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Octave) Bourges
1369 1 January 24 Timothy, apostle, martyr common
1370 1 January 25 Amarinus, martyr GTZ: Basel
1371 1 January 25 Apollo, hermit BLS
1372 1 January 25 Artemas, martyr BLS
1373 1 January 25 Juventinus and Maximinus, martyrs BLS
1374 1 January 25 Paul, apostle (Conversion) common
1375 1 January 25 Poppo, abbot (of Stavelot) BLS
1376 1 January 25 Prejectus, bishop (of Clermont), martyr BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris), as Priest
1377 1 January 25 Publius, abbot BLS
1378 1 January 26 Alberic, abbot (of Cîteaux), confessor BLS
1379 1 January 26 Conan, bishop (of the Isle of Man) BLS
1380 1 January 26 Julian, bishop (of LeMans) PCP (Paris)
1381 1 January 26 Marus, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
1382 1 January 26 Paula, widow BLS; GTZ: Sens
1383 1 January 26 Polycarp, bishop (of Smyrna), martyr common
1384 1 January 26 Timothy and Titus, bishops MR
1385 1 January 27 Angela Merici, virgin MR
1387 1 January 27 John (of Warneton), bishop (of Thérouanne) BLS
1386 1 January 27 John Chrysostom, bishop (of Constantinople), Doctor of the Church common
1388 1 January 27 Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) BLS; GTZ: Genf, Paderborn, France, England, Scotland, Scandinavia, one or more religious orders; PCP (Paris)
1389 1 January 27 Lupus, bishop (of Chalon-sur-Saône) GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône
1390 1 January 27 Marius, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France
1391 1 January 27 Paula, widow GTZ: Hereford
1392 1 January 27 Vitalian, pope BLS
1393 1 January 28 Agnes Secundo, virgin, martyr common
1394 1 January 28 Anthony (of Amandola) BLS
1395 1 January 28 Charlemagne, emperor GTZ
1396 1 January 28 Cyril, bishop (of Alexandria) BLS
1397 1 January 28 Giles (of Lorenzana) BLS
1398 1 January 28 James (the Almsgiver) BLS
1400 1 January 28 John Elemosynarius, confessor GTZ: Cluniacs
1399 1 January 28 John, abbot (at Réome) BLS; GTZ: Langres, Limoges
1401 1 January 28 Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Teutonic Knights
1402 1 January 28 Margaret (of Hungary) BLS: Hungary
1403 1 January 28 Mary Mancini, widow BLS
1404 1 January 28 Maura, virgin (at Tours) GTZ: Tours
1405 1 January 28 Odoric (of Pordenone), confessor BLS
1406 1 January 28 Paulinus, bishop (of Aquileia) BLS
1407 1 January 28 Racho, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
1408 1 January 28 Roger (of Todi) BLS
1409 1 January 28 Thomas Aquinas, priest, confessor, Doctor of the Church MR; GTZ: Dominicans (Translation)
1410 1 January 29 Anastasia, widow, martyr GTZ: Augsburg
1411 1 January 29 Bathildis, queen PCP (Paris), as Baudent
4204 1 January 29 Beatrice, martyr [Rom] D
1412 1 January 29 Constantius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
1413 1 January 29 Gildas (the Wise), abbot (in Brittany), confessor GTZ: Poitiers, Tours; BLS: Vannes
4341 1 January 29 Hippolytus, priest, martyr Lübeck.
1414 1 January 29 Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Cistercians
1415 1 January 29 Julian, the Hospitaler GTZ: Aquileia
4084 1 January 29 Papie and Mauri, martyr [Rom] A.S. - Carmeliter.
1416 1 January 29 Paula, widow GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
1417 1 January 29 Sabina, virgin (at Troyes), martyr GTZ: Troyes
1418 1 January 29 Sabinianus, martyr BLS
1419 1 January 29 Serena, virgin GTZ: Metz, Toul
1420 1 January 29 Sulpicius Severus, bishop (of Bourges) BLS; GTZ: Bourges, Tours
1421 1 January 29 Valerius, bishop (of Trier), confessor common
4005 1 January 29 Vincent, martyr (Octave) Breslau, Lebus. - Apt, Besançon, Noyon. - Cluniacenser, Dominicaner, Kreuzherren.
1422 1 January 29 Voloc, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
1431 1 January 30 Adelelmus, abbot BLS
1432 1 January 30 Adelgundis, virgin, abbess (at Mauberge) common
1433 1 January 30 Anatolius, bishop (of Salinis), confessor GTZ: Langres
1434 1 January 30 Anne, mother of Mary (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
1435 1 January 30 Barsamja, bishop (of Odessa), martyr BLS
1436 1 January 30 Bathildis, queen (of France) BLS; GTZ: France, England; PCP (Paris)
1437 1 January 30 Flavian, martyr GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
1438 1 January 30 Glascian, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4469 1 January 30 Hippolytus, martyr [Piacenza] A.S.
1439 1 January 30 Hyacintha Mariscotti, virgin BLS
1440 1 January 30 Martina, virgin, martyr BLS
1441 1 January 30 Matthew, bishop (of Jerusalem), confessor GTZ: Teutonic Knights, Carmelites
1442 1 January 30 Polycarp, martyr PCP (Paris)
4014 1 January 30 Sabina, widow (of Landen) Mailand (Ambros.), (auch A.S.).
1443 1 January 31 Aedhan, bishop (of Ferns) BLS
4386 1 January 31 Basil the Great, bishop, confessor Compostella
1444 1 January 31 Cyrus and John, martyrs BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders
1445 1 January 31 Eusebius, hermit, martyr BLS
1446 1 January 31 Felix, Fortunatus and Achilleus, martyrs (at Valence) (Translation) GTZ: Valence
1447 1 January 31 Gaudus, bishop (of Evreux) GTZ: Evreux
1448 1 January 31 Geminianus, bishop (of Modena), confessor BLS; GTZ: Mainz
1449 1 January 31 Hyacinthus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1450 1 January 31 Ignatius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Gnesen, Utrecht; HCC
1451 1 January 31 John Bosco, priest MR
1452 1 January 31 Julius, priest, confessor GTZ: Magdeburg, Brandenburg, Havelburg, Ratzeburg; Chur, Sitten (with Julian)
1453 1 January 31 Lodivica Albertoni, widow BLS
1454 1 January 31 Marcella, widow BLS
1455 1 January 31 Mark, evangelist, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Venice, Dominicans
1456 1 January 31 Metrannus, martyr GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)
1457 1 January 31 Modoc, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
1458 1 January 31 Paolo Gambara-Costa, matron BLS
1459 1 January 31 Patroclus, martyr GTZ: Soissons
1460 1 January 31 Peter Nolasco, confessor BLS
1461 1 January 31 Protus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1462 1 January 31 Sabina, virgin (at Troyes), martyr GTZ: Toul
3975 1 January 31 Sabinianus, martyr (Octave)
1463 1 January 31 Thyrsus and Victor, martyrs GTZ: Basel, northern France. as Saturin in French
1464 1 January 31 Torquatus, bishop (of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux) GTZ: Arles
1465 1 January 31 Ulphia, virgin, hermit BLS; GTZ: Amiens
1466 1 January 31 Veronus, confessor (Invention) GTZ: Mons
1467 1 January 31 Vigilius, bishop (of Trent), martyr GTZ: Passau, Strassburg, Trier, Trent (Translation)
899 2 February 1 Bridget, virgin, abbess, martyr BLS: Ireland; HCC; PCP (Paris); PRI: England
900 2 February 1 Carterius, priest, confessor GTZ: Bourges
901 2 February 1 Eubertus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Lille
902 2 February 1 Ignatius, bishop (of Antioch), martyr common; GTZ: Cologne, Magdeburg, Mainz, Prague, Basel, Scandinavia, France
903 2 February 1 Kinnea (of Ireland) BLS
1089 2 February 29 LEAP DAY
1088 2 February 29 Oswald, bishop (of Worcester and York) BLS
904 2 February 1 Paul, bishop (of Trois-Châteaux) GTZ: Arles
905 2 February 1 Pionius, priest, martyr BLS
4212 2 February 1 Purification of BVM (Vigil) Halberstadt, Hildesheim. - Paris. only (per Grotefend)
906 2 February 1 Severus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Mainz, Rouen (Obitus)
907 2 February 1 Sigebert, king (of Austrasia) BLS
908 2 February 1 Sorus, hermit, confessor GTZ: southern France
4227 2 February 1 Ursus, priest, confessor Sitten. - Arras. - [Aosta] A.S.
1013 2 February 2 Lawrence, bishop (of Canterbury) BLS; PRI: England
1012 2 February 2 Presentation of Christ
1011 2 February 2 Purification of the Virgin (Candlemass)
1092 2 February 3 Anatolius, bishop (of Salinis), confessor GTZ: Besançon
1093 2 February 3 Anscharius, bishop (of Hamburg and Bremen) common; GTZ: Bremen, Sleswig
1094 2 February 3 Blasius, bishop (of Sebaste), martyr (sometimes only confessor) common
1095 2 February 3 Hadelinus, confessor GTZ: Liège
1096 2 February 3 John Nelson, martyr BLS
4400 2 February 3 John, the Merciful, Elemosynarius, bishop (of Alexandria), confessor (+ 619) Pauliner
1097 2 February 3 Lupicinus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
1098 2 February 3 Margaret (of England) BLS
4401 2 February 3 Simeon the gray, prophet (+ 5)
1099 2 February 3 Waldetrudis, virgin GTZ: Liège, Cambrai
1100 2 February 3 Wendelin, confessor GTZ: Meissen
1101 2 February 3 Wereburghe, abbess BLS: Chester; PRI: England
4024 2 February 4 Aldate, bishop (of Gloucester) Oxford and Gloucester, Also Aldatus, Eldatus
1102 2 February 4 Andrew Corsini, bishop (of Fiesoli), confessor BLS
4617 2 February 4 Anniversary of our Fathers and Mothers Dominican, from 1220/31
1103 2 February 4 Anscharius, bishop GTZ: Scandinavia (usually)
1104 2 February 4 Aventinus, priest, confessor GTZ: Troyes
1105 2 February 4 Casaria, virgin GTZ: Breslau
1106 2 February 4 Castor, priest, confessor GTZ: Cologne
4148 2 February 4 Eulalie, virgin, martyr Breslau.- Prämonstratenser.
1107 2 February 4 Flosculus, bishop (of Orléans) GTZ: Orléans
4556 2 February 4 Gelasius, martyr Halle.
1108 2 February 4 Geminianus (Germanus), martyr WTS (Bruges)
1109 2 February 4 Gilbert, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders, York; PRI: England
4471 2 February 4 Gregory, priest, martyr (of Spoleto) (+303)
1110 2 February 4 Isidore (of Pelusium), priest BLS
1111 2 February 4 Joan (of Valois), queen (of France) BLS
1112 2 February 4 Joseph (of Leonissa), friar BLS
1113 2 February 4 Lidorius, bishop (of Tours) (Translation) GTZ: Tours
1114 2 February 4 Lifard, bishop, martyr GTZ: Cambrai
1115 2 February 4 Modan, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1116 2 February 4 Neophyta, virgin GTZ: Worms
1117 2 February 4 Papia and Maurus, martyrs GTZ: Cologne
1118 2 February 4 Phileas, bishop (of Thmuis), and Philoromus, tribune, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Trier
1119 2 February 4 Rembert, bishop (of Bremen), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: Bremen
4342 2 February 4 Simonis de Gassi, priest [Rom] D., (+ 55)
1120 2 February 5 Abraham, bishop (of Arbela) common
1122 2 February 5 Adelheidis, abbess (of Our Lady in Cologne) BLS
1121 2 February 5 Agatha, virgin, martyr common; 6082, in red
1123 2 February 5 Avitus, bishop (of Vienne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Vienne
1124 2 February 5 Ingenuinus and Albuinus, bishops GTZ
1125 2 February 5 Martyrs in Pontus BLS
1126 2 February 5 Vitus, bishop (of Vienne), confessor GTZ: Genf
1127 2 February 5 Vodoald, priest, confessor GTZ: Soissons
1128 2 February 6 Amandus and Vedast, bishops, confessors common; GTZ: northern Germany, Scandinavia, England and one or more religious orders (Deposition); WTS (Bruges), in red
1129 2 February 6 Antolianus, martyr GTZ: Clermont
1130 2 February 6 Barsanuphius, anchoret BLS
1131 2 February 6 Brinolph, bishop (of Skara) GTZ: Skara
1132 2 February 6 Dorothy, virgin, martyr common
1133 2 February 6 John Sales and William Saultmouche, martyrs BLS
1134 2 February 6 Paul Miki, priest, and companions, martyrs MR
1135 2 February 7 Amandus and Vedast, bishops, confessors (Deposition) (GTZ: more commonly on Feb 6)
1136 2 February 7 Augulus, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: Trier
1137 2 February 7 Austreberta, virgin 6082
1138 2 February 7 Chrysolius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Bruges
4606 2 February 7 Deceased Parents Dominican
1139 2 February 7 Helena, queen GTZ: Reims, Rouen, Sens, Langres, Angers
1140 2 February 7 Herenus and Zoticus, martyrs WTS (Bruges)
1141 2 February 7 Mathilda, virgin GTZ: Augsburg
4343 2 February 7 Moses, hermit, bishop Hermit, bishop and messenger of faith among the Saracens (+ 390)
4472 2 February 7 Pelagius, pope (+ 590), Pope Pelagius II
1142 2 February 7 Richard, king, confessor BLS; GTZ: Eichstädt; PRI: England
1143 2 February 7 Romuald, abbot, confessor BLS
1144 2 February 7 Theodorus (of Heraclea), martyr BLS; PCP (Paris)
4185 2 February 7 Theodosia, virgin Deutschorden
1145 2 February 7 Thomas Sherwood, martyr BLS
1146 2 February 7 Tresain BLS: Avenay (Champagne)
1147 2 February 8 Cuthman BLS
4233 2 February 8 Dionysius, bishop Remiremont
1148 2 February 8 Guillermus (Guilleonus), bishop, confessor WTS (Bruges)
1149 2 February 8 Helen, virgin HCC
1150 2 February 8 Helena, queen GTZ: Bamberg, Basel, Bremen, Gnesen, Kammin, Magdeburg, Mainz, Minden, Utrecht, Gran, Luçon, Oléron
1151 2 February 8 Jerome Emiliani, confessor MR
1152 2 February 8 John (of Matha) BLS
1153 2 February 8 Julian, martyr GTZ: Gran, Agram
4244 2 February 8 Mengold, count [Lüttich, Huy] A.S., (? 892)
1154 2 February 8 Nicetius, bishop (of Besançon), confessor GTZ: Besançon
1155 2 February 8 Paul, bishop (of Verdun), confessor BLS; GTZ: Trier
4216 2 February 8 Solomon, king (of Brittany), (Translation) Paris
1156 2 February 8 Stephen (of Grandmont) BLS
4186 2 February 9 Alexander, bishop, martyr Kopenhagen
1157 2 February 9 Alto, abbot, confessor GTZ: Freising
1158 2 February 9 Ansbert, bishop (of Rouen), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris, Reims, Rouen
1159 2 February 9 Apollonia, virgin, martyr common
1160 2 February 9 Attracta BLS
1161 2 February 9 Erhard BLS
1162 2 February 9 Furseus, bishop (sometimes abbot), confessor GTZ: Strassburg, Poitiers
1163 2 February 9 Nicephorus, martyr BLS
3974 2 February 9 Octave of the Purification of the Virgin
1164 2 February 9 Sabinus, bishop (of Canosa), confessor 6082 (as Savin), in red. (+566)
1165 2 February 9 Simeon, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr GTZ: Abo
1166 2 February 9 Theliau, bishop BLS
4197 2 February 9 Victoris and Susanne, martyr and virgin [Reims, Mouzon] A.S.
909 2 February 10 Austreberta, virgin GTZ: Rouen
910 2 February 10 Erlulph, martyr BLS
911 2 February 10 Protadius, bishop (of Besançon) GTZ: Besançon
912 2 February 10 Scholastica, virgin common; 6082, in red
4442 2 February 10 Sigonis, bishop (of Clermont) Clermont A.S.
913 2 February 10 Sotheris, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ
914 2 February 10 William (of Maleval), hermit, confessor BLS; GTZ: Wilhelmiten
915 2 February 10 Zoticus and companions (Ireneus, Hyacinthus and Amantius), martyrs (zum Datieren nicht benutz) GTZ
916 2 February 11 Desiderius, bishop (of Vienne, Auvergne), martyr (confessor, at Lyon) GTZ
917 2 February 11 Domitian, confessor WTS (Bruges)
918 2 February 11 Eufrasia, virgin GTZ: Meaux, Châlons-sur-Marne
919 2 February 11 Fritheswida, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Salisbury
920 2 February 11 Mary, Our Lady of Lourdes MR
4379 2 February 11 Radegunda of Thuringen, queen (Translation of Bones) (+ 587)
921 2 February 11 Salomon, king (Translation) PCP (Paris)
922 2 February 11 Saturninus, Dativus, and companions, martyrs BLS
4608 2 February 11 Scholastica, virgin Metz, Würzburg
923 2 February 11 Seven Founders of the Servite Order BLS
924 2 February 11 Severinus, abbot (of St. Maurice Agaunum) BLS; GTZ: Sens, Lausanne, LeMans, Aix (as bishop, martyr)
925 2 February 11 Simplicius, bishop (of Vienne), confessor GTZ: Chur, Trier
926 2 February 11 Theodora, empress BLS
4607 2 February 11 William, the Great, hermit, confessor (+ 1157, can. 1202)) Lubeck
927 2 February 12 Anthony Cauleas, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
4179 2 February 12 Barbara, virgin, maryr (Translation) Cambrai
928 2 February 12 Benedict (of Anian), abbot BLS
4187 2 February 12 Damiani and Quiriacus, martyrs Bremen and Salamanca
929 2 February 12 Dorothy, virgin HCC
930 2 February 12 Eulalia, virgin, martyr (at Barcelona) GTZ: less common in Germany; PCP (Paris)
931 2 February 12 Felix, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz, Magdeburg, Brandenburg, Kammin
4473 2 February 12 Gregory, pope (+731), Pope Gregory II. Celebrated in Fulda
932 2 February 12 James Fenn, John Nutter, George Haydock, John Mundyn, and Thomas Hemerford, priests, martyrs BLS
933 2 February 12 Julian PCP (Paris)
934 2 February 12 Meletius, bishop (of Antioch), martyr BLS
4422 2 February 12 Modestus, Ammonius, Zoticus, Cyriacus, and Simplicius, martyrs in Alexandria
4588 2 February 12 Rufinus and Justus, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.). - [Sevilla; mit Macarii] A.S
935 2 February 12 Victor, martyr WTS (Bruges)
936 2 February 13 Castor, priest, confessor GTZ: Trier
937 2 February 13 Catherine de Ricci BLS
938 2 February 13 Desiderius, bishop (of Vienne) PCP (Paris)
939 2 February 13 Domninus, bishop (of Digne) GTZ: Digne
940 2 February 13 Eormenhildis, virgin GTZ: Winchester; PRI: England
941 2 February 13 Fulcrann, bishop (of Lodève), confessor GTZ: Albi, Narbonne
942 2 February 13 Fusca, virgin, martyr GTZ: Aquileia
943 2 February 13 Gislebertus, bishop (of Meaux) GTZ: Meaux
944 2 February 13 Gregory (II), pope BLS
945 2 February 13 Guimerus, bishop (of Carcassonne) GTZ: Carcassonne
946 2 February 13 Julian, martyr WTS (Bruges)
947 2 February 13 Kentigern BLS
948 2 February 13 Licinius, bishop (of Angers) BLS; GTZ: northern France
949 2 February 13 Martinianus, hermit (at Athens) BLS
950 2 February 13 Modomnoc (of Ossory) BLS
951 2 February 13 Polyeuctus, martyr BLS
952 2 February 13 Roger, abbot BLS
953 2 February 13 Stephen, abbot BLS
954 2 February 13 Stephen, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon, Sitten
955 2 February 14 Abraham, bishop (of Carrhae) BLS
956 2 February 14 Auxentius, hermit BLS
957 2 February 14 Conran, bishop (of Orkney) BLS
958 2 February 14 Cyril, monk, and Methodius, bishop MR
959 2 February 14 Gilbert (of Sempringham) BLS
960 2 February 14 Maro, abbot BLS
961 2 February 14 Thomas Plumtree, Luke Kirby, Richard Kirkman, and Richard Thirkill, priests, martyrs BLS
962 2 February 14 Valentine, priest (sometimes bishop), martyr (sometimes only confessor) common; 6082, as two saints Valentine
963 2 February 14 Vitalis and companions (Zeno and Felicola), martyrs GTZ: als Genossen des Valentine, zum Datieren nicht verwendet
964 2 February 15 Anthony (of Padua), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans
965 2 February 15 Aquilinus, bishop (of Evreux), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Evreux
966 2 February 15 Austregisil, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Ordination) GTZ: Bourges
4105 2 February 15 Cratonis and companions, martyrs Rome
967 2 February 15 Ebbo, bishop (of Sens) (Translation) GTZ: Sens
968 2 February 15 Faustina, virgin HCC
969 2 February 15 Faustinus and Jovita, martyrs common; GTZ: Aquileia, Brixen, Sitten, Troyes; 6082, in red
970 2 February 15 Guibertus, abbot WTS (Bruges)
971 2 February 15 Leopold, marquis, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Passau
972 2 February 15 Lucius, martyr PCP (Paris), as Lucien
4287 2 February 15 Marcellus, bishop Precise identity unknown, perhaps one of Marcellus of Die, Marcellus of Apamea, Marcellus of Trier or Marcellus of Paris
973 2 February 15 Quinidus, bishop (of Vaison), confessor GTZ: Aix, Arles
974 2 February 15 Severus, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
975 2 February 15 Sigfrid, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr), Apostle of Sweden BLS; GTZ: Scandinavia
4160 2 February 15 Silvianus, bishop (of Morinorum) Amiens, Senlis,
3961 2 February 15 Sun enters Pisces
4515 2 February 15 Valentine, bishop (of Terni), martyr
976 2 February 16 Elias, Jeremy, Isaias, Samual and Daniel, martyrs BLS
977 2 February 16 Gregory (X), pope, confessor BLS
978 2 February 16 Honestus, priest, martyr GTZ: Amiens; BLS: Netherlands
979 2 February 16 Juliana, virgin, martyr common
980 2 February 16 Onesimus, bishop, martyr, BLS; GTZ: France
981 2 February 16 Simeon, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
982 2 February 16 Tanco, bishop, martyr BLS
984 2 February 17 Bonosus, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
985 2 February 17 Chrysantianus, martyr GTZ: Aquileia
4032 2 February 17 Constabilis, bishop (of Caven) (+ 1124) [Neapel] A.D.
986 2 February 17 Donatus and companions (Secundiani, Eutychii), martyr PCP (Paris, alone), Sitten (with companions)
987 2 February 17 Finnian, monk BLS: Scotland
988 2 February 17 Fintan, abbot (of Chuainednech) BLS
989 2 February 17 Firmanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
990 2 February 17 Flavian, bishop (of Constantinople), martyr BLS
983 2 February 17 Flight into Egypt
991 2 February 17 Loman, bishop (of Trim, Meath) BLS
992 2 February 17 Pancratius (Pancronius), bishop, confessor WTS (Bruges)
993 2 February 17 Polychronius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Gnesen
994 2 February 17 Pulchronius, bishop (of Verdun) GTZ: Verdun
4206 2 February 17 Saturninus, Castulus, Magnus and Lucius, martyrs [Terni] A.S.
995 2 February 17 Seven Founders of the Servite Order MR
996 2 February 17 Silvinus (of Auchy), bishop (of region near Thérouanne), confessor BLS; GTZ: northern France
997 2 February 17 Theodulas and Julian, martyrs BLS
998 2 February 18 Apollinaris, martyr WTS (Bruges)
999 2 February 18 Colmann, bishop, confessor BLS: Ireland; GTZ: Scotland
1000 2 February 18 Concordia, virgin GTZ: Ratzeburg
4339 2 February 18 Constantia, virgin Mailand (Ambros.), [Rom] A.S.
1001 2 February 18 Leguntius, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
1002 2 February 18 Leo and Paregorius, martyrs BLS
4468 2 February 18 Martial, bishop (of Limoges), deposition of bones
4298 2 February 18 Pantaleonis and companions, martyr Sitten
1003 2 February 18 Simeon, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr common; GTZ: Bremen, Cologne, Mainz, Trier, one or more religious orders, northern France
1004 2 February 19 Barbatus, bishop (of Benevento), confessor common; 6082, in red
1005 2 February 19 Gabinus, priest, martyr BLS; HCC
1006 2 February 19 Gall, abbot WTS (Bruges)
1007 2 February 19 George, bishop (of Lodavia) BLS
4188 2 February 19 Juliana, martyr (of Alexandria) Bremen, Breslau, Sitten
1008 2 February 19 Leguntius, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier, Chur
1009 2 February 19 Mansuetis, bishop (of Milan) BLS
4602 2 February 19 Marcellini, pope, martyr Mailand (Ambros.)
4169 2 February 19 Publius, confessor Sitten (m.), auch A.S.
1010 2 February 19 Susanna PCP (Paris)
1014 2 February 20 Chlodoald, priest, confessor PCP (Paris)
1015 2 February 20 Eleutherius, bishop (of Tournai), confessor BLS; GTZ: Tournai
1016 2 February 20 Eucharius, bishop (of Orléans), confessor BLS; GTZ: Liège; HCC
4435 2 February 20 Eustachius, martyr Paris
4106 2 February 20 Gall, abbot and confessor (Elevation) Paris
4383 2 February 20 Leo, bishop (of Cantazaro) Cantazaro
1017 2 February 20 Mildred, abbess BLS; PRI: England
4170 2 February 20 Publius, confessor Bremen
1018 2 February 20 Sadoth, bishop (of Seleucia), Ctesiphon, and companions, martyrs BLS
1019 2 February 20 Tyrannio, bishop (of Tyre), Zenobius, and companions, martyrs BLS
1020 2 February 20 Ulrick BLS
4139 2 February 20 Victoris et Corone, martyrs Toul. - [Feltre, Patrou] Potth., Mailand, Ambros, (nur Cor.).
4097 2 February 21 79 Martyrs Cologne, Utrecht
4537 2 February 21 Claudius, Sabinus and Maximus, martyrs [Sicilien] A.S.
1021 2 February 21 Daniel, priest, and Verda, virgin, martyrs BLS
4171 2 February 21 Eustachius, martyr Palermo
4123 2 February 21 Felix (II), bishop (of Meten), venerable Vgl. Felicis
4122 2 February 21 Felix and Adauctus, martyrs Brandenburg, Halle, Havelberg, Kammin, Lübeck, Magdeburg, Metz, Toul.
1022 2 February 21 German, abbot (of Granfel), (and Randoald), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Switzerland
4189 2 February 21 Hilary, bishop, martyr Bremen
1023 2 February 21 Marcellus, martyr (sometimes only confessor) WTS (Bruges)
1024 2 February 21 Margaret (of Cortona), penitent BLS: England
4387 2 February 21 Pauliani, bishop (of Puy) Puy
1025 2 February 21 Pepin (of Landen) BLS
1026 2 February 21 Peter Damian, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
1027 2 February 21 Peter's Chair PCP (Paris)
1028 2 February 21 Severianus, bishop (of Scythopolis), martyr BLS
4333 2 February 21 St. Peter's Chair (Vigil) Augsburg
4299 2 February 21 Verulus, Secundinus, Siricius, Felix, Servulus, Saturninus, Fortunatus, and companions, martyrs in Hadrumetum in Africa
1029 2 February 21 Victorinus PCP (Paris), as Victor
1031 2 February 22 Baradat BLS
1032 2 February 22 Margaret (of Cortona), penitent BLS
1030 2 February 22 St. Peter's Chair at Antioch
1033 2 February 22 Thelassius and Limneus BLS
1034 2 February 23 Boisil, prior (of Melross) BLS
1035 2 February 23 Celsus, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
1036 2 February 23 Dositheus, monk BLS
1037 2 February 23 Matthias (Vigil) HCC
1038 2 February 23 Milburga, virgin BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
1039 2 February 23 Oswald, bishop (of Worcester) GTZ: England
1040 2 February 23 Peter Damian, bishop (of Ostia), cardinal BLS
1041 2 February 23 Polycarp, bishop, martyr MR
1042 2 February 23 Polycarp, priest, confessor GTZ: France
4474 2 February 23 Romane, virgin, martry [Todi] A.S.
1043 2 February 23 Serenus, martyr BLS
1044 2 February 23 Sinerius, martyr GTZ: Clermont
1045 2 February 24 Ethelbert, king, confessor BLS; PRI: England
1046 2 February 24 Gerard, bishop (of Csanad), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Hungary
1047 2 February 24 John the Baptist (Invention of his head) GTZ: Verdun
1048 2 February 24 Lethard, bishop (of Senlis) BLS
1049 2 February 24 Matthias, apostle common; GTZ: celebrated on Leap Day in a leap year
1050 2 February 24 Montanus, Lucius, Flavian, Julian, Victoricus, Primolus, Rhenus, and Donatian, martyrs BLS
1051 2 February 24 Praetextatus, bishop (of Rouen), martyr BLS
1052 2 February 24 Robert (of Arbrissel) BLS
1053 2 February 25 Aldetrud, virgin, abbess GTZ: Liège
1054 2 February 25 Caesarius BLS
4056 2 February 25 Constantii. priest Turin
1055 2 February 25 Donatus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4168 2 February 25 Godehard, (Adulensis), confessor [Mailand] D.
1056 2 February 25 Guinefortus, abbot GTZ: Bourges
1057 2 February 25 Mauritius (knight) and companions, martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Magdeburg
4516 2 February 25 Paul, apostle, Invention of head Rome
1058 2 February 25 Tarasius, bishop (of Constantinople), confessor BLS
1059 2 February 25 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon) PCP (Paris)
1061 2 February 25 Victor, priest, confessor GTZ: Troyes
1060 2 February 25 Victorinus and companions, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Switzerland, Worms, Gran, Agram; PCP (Paris), as Verain
1062 2 February 25 Walburga, virgin, abbess BLS; GTZ: Salzburg, Genf, nur hier beachtlich
1063 2 February 26 Agricola, bishop (of Nevers), confessor GTZ: Sens
1064 2 February 26 Alexander, bishop (of Alexandria), confessor common
1065 2 February 26 Dionysius (I), bishop (of Augsburg), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Augsburg
1066 2 February 26 Ethelbert, king, confessor BLS
4161 2 February 26 Felix Liège
1067 2 February 26 Fortunatus, bishop, martyr GTZ; WTS (Bruges)
1068 2 February 26 Justus and Pastor, martyrs (at Complutum) (Translation) GTZ: Narbonne
1069 2 February 26 Porphyrius, bishop (of Gaza) BLS
1070 2 February 26 Veronica PCP (Paris)
1071 2 February 26 Victor (of Arcis), anchoret BLS
4300 2 February 27 Abundi, confessor Mailand (Ambros.).
1073 2 February 27 Alexander, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1072 2 February 27 Alnoth, anchoret BLS
4293 2 February 27 Augustine (Reconditio) Augustiner
1074 2 February 27 Baldomer, confessor GTZ: Lyon
1075 2 February 27 Galmier BLS
1076 2 February 27 Honorina, virgin, martyr PCP (Paris); GTZ: Paris, Rouen
1077 2 February 27 Julian, Chronion, and Besas, martyrs BLS
1078 2 February 27 Leander, bishop (of Seville), confessor common
1079 2 February 27 Nestor, bishop, martyr BLS
1080 2 February 27 Petronius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Gnesen
1081 2 February 27 Thalilaeus BLS
3995 2 February 28 Augustine, Doctor of the Church (Translation) Halle. - Apt. - Augustiner-Eremiten (prima), Kreuzherren
1082 2 February 28 Justus, martyr PCP (Paris)
4301 2 February 28 Macarius, bishop (of Ultramontani) Benedictiner (Casinenser), Domini ultramontani (ep.)
1083 2 February 28 Martyrs of Alexandria BLS
1084 2 February 28 Oswald, bishop PRI: England
1085 2 February 28 Pinnosa, virgin GTZ: Breslau
1086 2 February 28 Proterius, bishop (of Alexandria), martyr BLS
1087 2 February 28 Romanus and Lupicinus, abbots, confessors common; HCC, 6082, without Lupicinus
4458 3 March 1 Agape, Ciconie and Irene, virgin, martyrs Martyred in Thessaloniki (+304)
2248 3 March 1 Albinus, bishop (of Angers), confessor (sometimes martyr) common; GTZ: Switzerland, Erml., Gnesen, France, Scandinavia, York, one or more religious orders
2249 3 March 1 David, bishop, confessor BLS: Wales; GTZ: England; PRI: England
2250 3 March 1 Donatus, martyr GTZ: Basel
4001 3 March 1 Herculanus, bishop (Translation)
2251 3 March 1 Hilarius, bishop (of Carcassonne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Carcassonne
4384 3 March 1 Leo, abbot (of Mulen(?) in Calabria) Monte Leone, Calabria; Order of St. Basil
2253 3 March 1 Marnanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
2252 3 March 1 Mary Magdalene (Conversion) GTZ: Hildesheim
2254 3 March 1 Monan, confessor martyr
4225 3 March 1 Simplicius, bishop (of Berry) Tours
2255 3 March 1 Siviardus, abbot GTZ: Sens
2256 3 March 1 Stephen Rowsham, priest, martyr BLS
2257 3 March 1 Suitbert (the Elder), bishop (of Northumbria) BLS
2258 3 March 1 Suitbert (the Younger), bishop (of Verdun), confessor GTZ: Bremen, Cologne, Verdun
2338 3 March 2 Cedd, bishop, confessor GTZ: England
2337 3 March 2 Chad, bishop, confessor BLS; PRI: England
2339 3 March 2 Charles, earl (of Flanders), martyr BLS
2340 3 March 2 Joavan, bishop BLS
2341 3 March 2 Lucius, bishop HCC
2342 3 March 2 Macra, virgin, martyr GTZ: Reims
2343 3 March 2 Marman, bishop BLS
2344 3 March 2 Martyrs under the Lombards BLS
2345 3 March 2 Prime (Primitivus?) PCP (Paris)
2346 3 March 2 Sabinianus, martyr (at Troyes) (Translation) GTZ: Troyes
2347 3 March 2 Simplicius, pope BLS
2348 3 March 2 Supplicius sic
2420 3 March 3 Aelred, abbot BLS
4649 3 March 3 Anno, bishop (of Cologne), Ordination Siegburg, Cologne. Also Hanno
2421 3 March 3 Callistus (I), pope, martyr GTZ: Switzerland
2422 3 March 3 Camilla, virgin GTZ: Auxerre
2423 3 March 3 Cunigundis, empress common
2424 3 March 3 Emeterius and Chelidonius, martyrs BLS
2425 3 March 3 Eusebius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4573 3 March 3 Felicitatis, martyr Mother of the Seven Brothers (+ 165); Halle
4302 3 March 3 Florianus, Felix, Castus, Luciolus, Justus, Fortunatus, and 40 companions, Martyrs in Africa
2426 3 March 3 Guingualeus, abbot GTZ: Brittany
2427 3 March 3 John, bishop (of Holar), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Norway
2428 3 March 3 Lamalisse BLS: Scotland
2429 3 March 3 Marinus and Asterius, martyrs BLS; PCP (Paris), without Asterius
4344 3 March 3 Maximus, martyr
2430 3 March 3 Winwaloe, monk BLS
4584 3 March 3 b. Petri Hieremie, confessor Ord. Prec. Palermo
2443 3 March 4 Adrian, bishop (of St. Andrews), martyr BLS; GTZ: northern Germany
4623 3 March 4 Anthony, abbot (of Tours) Tours
2444 3 March 4 Basinus, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
2445 3 March 4 Casimir, prince (of Poland) common
2446 3 March 4 David, confessor HCC
2447 3 March 4 Focus, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4149 3 March 4 Julius (Bishop), Roti and companions, martyrs Rom [AS]
2448 3 March 4 Lucius, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
2449 3 March 4 Nicholas Horner, martyr BLS
2450 3 March 4 Nine Hundred Martyrs GTZ: Brixen
4228 3 March 4 Stolbrandus and Gaius, martyrs Scotland
2451 3 March 4 Wenceslas, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Prague
2452 3 March 5 Adrian and Eubulus (of Palestine), martyrs BLS
2453 3 March 5 Drausius, bishop (of Soissons), confessor GTZ: Soissons
4127 3 March 5 Eusebius, martyr, (of Cremonen.) Agram.
2456 3 March 5 Keranus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Exeter; Hereford (as Piran)
2455 3 March 5 Kieran BLS: Ireland
4475 3 March 5 Olive, virgin, martyr [Brescia] A.S.
2454 3 March 5 Phocas, martyr HCC
2457 3 March 5 Roger BLS
2458 3 March 5 Saturninus PCP (Paris)
2459 3 March 5 Timothy, apostle, martyr (Advent) GTZ: Minden
2460 3 March 5 Victor, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2461 3 March 6 Baldred, Abbot, Hermit BLS; GTZ: Scotland.(Erroniously as Bishop, the mythical Baldred of Strathclyde). Baldred of Tyninghame was an 8thC Northumbrian (+ 757) who later retired to be a hermit on Bass Rock
4033 3 March 6 Basil, bishop (of Bononien) [Bologna] A. S.
2462 3 March 6 Cadroe BLS
2463 3 March 6 Chrodegang, bishop (of Metz), confessor BLS
2465 3 March 6 Claudianus, confessor GTZ: Trent
2464 3 March 6 Colette, abbess BLS
2466 3 March 6 Cyril, confessor GTZ: Carmelites
2467 3 March 6 Felicitas PCP (Paris), as Felix
2468 3 March 6 Fridolin, abbot, confessor common
4107 3 March 6 Juliani, bishop (of Toletani), confessor Toledo
2469 3 March 6 Kineburge, Kineswide, and Tibba BLS
2470 3 March 6 Quiriacus, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
4034 3 March 6 Victor and Victorini, martyrs Bremen, Lübeck, Utrecht.
2471 3 March 7 German Gardiner, John Ireland, and John Larke, martyrs BLS
2472 3 March 7 Paul (the Simple), anchoret BLS
2473 3 March 7 Perpetua, Felicitas, and companions, virgins, martyrs common
4353 3 March 7 Saturi and Saturnini, martyrs Bourges
2474 3 March 7 Thomas Aquinas, confessor, Doctor of the Church common
2475 3 March 7 Victorinus, martyr GTZ: Augsburg
2476 3 March 8 Apollonius, Philemon, and companions, martyrs BLS
4229 3 March 8 Arianus and companions, martyrs
4557 3 March 8 Candidus, martyr (+ 302), member of the Theban Legion with Maurice
4125 3 March 8 Cyprian, martyr Copenhagen
2477 3 March 8 Duthac, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2478 3 March 8 Felix, bishop (of Dunwich, Suffolk), martyr BLS; PRI: England
2479 3 March 8 Gay, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2480 3 March 8 Hunfrid, bishop (of Thérouanne) GTZ: Thérouanne (+ 871)
2481 3 March 8 John (of Avila) BLS
2482 3 March 8 John (of God), confessor common
2483 3 March 8 Julian, abbot (of Toledo) BLS
2484 3 March 8 Psalmod, anchoret BLS
2485 3 March 8 Pudentiana PCP (Paris)
2486 3 March 8 Rose (of Viterbo) BLS
2487 3 March 8 Senan, abbot, bishop BLS
2488 3 March 9 Botulph PCP (Paris)
2489 3 March 9 Catherine (of Bologna), abbess BLS
2490 3 March 9 Cyril and Methodius, bishops, confessors GTZ: Prague, Gnesen
2491 3 March 9 Forty Martyrs common; 6082, in red
2492 3 March 9 Frances (of Rome), widow common
2493 3 March 9 Gregory (of Nyssa) BLS
2494 3 March 9 Pacian, bishop (of Barcelona) BLS
2495 3 March 9 Poncius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4517 3 March 10 Agatha, Gorgonious and Firminus, martyrs
2259 3 March 10 Alexander, martyr PCP (Paris), with Gaius in Utrecht
2260 3 March 10 Clodonius, abbot HCC
2261 3 March 10 Droctoveus, abbot (of St.-Germain-des-Pres, Paris) BLS; GTZ: Paris
4257 3 March 10 Emilianus, abbot (of Lagny) [Paris, Lagny] A.S.
4484 3 March 10 Felix and Philip, martyrs Martyred in Africa, also March 9
2262 3 March 10 Forty Martyrs of Sebaste BLS
2263 3 March 10 Gordian WTS (Bruges)
4538 3 March 10 Hugo, archbishop (of Rouen) AB of Rouen, Paris, Bayeux, Lisieux and Avraches. (+ 730)
2264 3 March 10 Kessog, bishop (of Lerin and Boin, Scotland), confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2265 3 March 10 Mary Magdalene (Conversion) GTZ: Augsburg, Magdeburg
2266 3 March 10 Vitus, Modestus and Crescentia, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Paderborn, Riga
2267 3 March 11 Aengus (the Culdee), bishop, confessor BLS
2268 3 March 11 Agapitus WTS (Bruges)
2269 3 March 11 Blanchart PCP (Paris)
2270 3 March 11 Constantine (II), king, martyr BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2271 3 March 11 Eulogius (of Cordova), priest, martyr BLS
4485 3 March 11 Firman, abbot (of S. Savini) [Fermo] A.S., order of St. Benedict
2272 3 March 11 Forty Martyrs GTZ: Gnesen
2273 3 March 11 Gorgonius (and Dorothy), martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Minden; HCC, without Dorothy
2274 3 March 11 Gumpert, confessor (Death) GTZ: Würzburg
4262 3 March 11 Heraclius, confessor Bremen (A.S. als m.).
2275 3 March 11 John the Baptist (Invention of his head) GTZ: Arles
2276 3 March 11 Oswin, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: York
2277 3 March 11 Sophronius, bishop (of Jerusalem) BLS
2278 3 March 11 Vigilius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
2279 3 March 12 Gorgonius (and Dorothy), martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Metz
2280 3 March 12 Gregory (the Great), pope, confessor common; PCP (Paris), 6082, in red
4589 3 March 12 Justine, recluse, virgin (+ 1319) [Arezzo] A.S.
2282 3 March 12 Maurus, abbot, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Paris
2281 3 March 12 Maximilian BLS
2283 3 March 12 Paul, bishop (of Laon) BLS
4545 3 March 13 Ansovino, bishop (of Camerino), confessor Camerino
2284 3 March 13 Consortia, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Arles
4345 3 March 13 Donatus and Advocatus, martyrs
2285 3 March 13 Euphrasia, virgin BLS; GTZ: Chur
2286 3 March 13 Gerald, bishop BLS
2287 3 March 13 Kennocha, virgin BLS; GTZ: Scotland
4303 3 March 13 Leander, archbishop (of Spain) Leandri aep. Hispalen. cf. März 13: Compostella, *Sevilla (mit 8a), Toledo (Mozarab.).
2288 3 March 13 Leo, pope, confessor HCC
2289 3 March 13 Macedonius, bishop, and companions WTS (Bruges); PCP (Paris), Companions include Patrice and Modesta
4464 3 March 13 Martin, abbot (of St. Moritz/Maurice in Valais († 561)
4325 3 March 13 Maximus (Martialis et Silvani), martyrs [Vienne, S. Antoine]. - [Antoniter] A.S.
2290 3 March 13 Mocheomoc (or Pulcherius), abbot BLS
2291 3 March 13 Nicephorus, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
2292 3 March 13 Theophanes, abbot BLS
2293 3 March 14 Acepsimas, bishop, Joseph, priest and Aitillaha, deacon, martyrs BLS
4486 3 March 14 Alexander, martyr in Pydna in Macedonia († 390)
2294 3 March 14 Bonaventure, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans
2295 3 March 14 Boniface, bishop (of Ross) BLS
2296 3 March 14 Eupergius, confessor GTZ: Fréjus
2297 3 March 14 Felicissimus, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3996 3 March 14 Florence, virgin Compostella, Sevilla.
2298 3 March 14 Innocent (I), pope HCC; PCP (Paris)
4304 3 March 14 Leo, pope, confessor
2299 3 March 14 Leobinus, bishop (of Chartres) GTZ
2300 3 March 14 Mathilda, queen (of Germany) BLS
4108 3 March 14 Peter, martyr Toul
4098 3 March 14 Quadraginta Septem Martyrs (47 martyrs) Utrecht. - [Rom] A.S.
4539 3 March 14 Zachary, pope Mans. - Turin
2301 3 March 15 Abraham, hermit, and Mary, martyrs BLS
4558 3 March 15 Glodeswindis, abbess, transfer (of bones) (+ 610) Founder of Convent in Metz, daughter of Duke Wintro of Champagne
2302 3 March 15 Longinus, martyr common
4190 3 March 15 Lucius, bishop, martyr Bremen, Verden.
2303 3 March 15 Magorianus, confessor GTZ: Trent
4336 3 March 15 Matrona, virgin, martyr Merseburg, Capua, Barcelona and Thessaloniki
2304 3 March 15 William Hart, martyr BLS
2305 3 March 15 Zachary, pope BLS
2306 3 March 16 Boniface, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
2307 3 March 16 Colloquil, king GTZ: Sens
2308 3 March 16 Cyriacus, martyr GTZ: northern Germany, Sens
2309 3 March 16 Edward PCP (Paris)
4629 3 March 16 Eugenia, virgin, martyr Died in Saracen Spain, linked to Eugenia March-26
2310 3 March 16 Finian (the Leper) BLS
2312 3 March 16 Heribert, bishop (of Cologne), confessor GTZ
2311 3 March 16 Hilary, bishop (of Aquileia) and Tatian, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia; HCC, without Tatian
2313 3 March 16 Julian (of Cilicia), martyr BLS
2314 3 March 16 Matrona, virgin WTS (Bruges)
2315 3 March 16 Robert Dalby and John Amia (Ann), priests, martyrs BLS
4418 3 March 16 Simeon justi, confessor Apt.
2316 3 March 17 Gertrude, virgin, abbess (of Nivelle) common; HCC, in red
2317 3 March 17 Joseph (of Arimathea) BLS
4419 3 March 17 Julian Urii, blessed [Padua] A.S.
2318 3 March 17 Martyrs of Alexandria BLS
2319 3 March 17 Patrick, bishop, confessor, Apostle to Ireland common; GTZ: Salzburg, England, Scotland, France; PRI: England
4078 3 March 17 Wihtburh, virgin Daughter of King Anna of East Anglia (Wythburge)
2320 3 March 18 Agricola, bishop (of Chalon-sur-Saône), confessor GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône
2321 3 March 18 Alexander, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr BLS; GTZ: Teutonic Knights
2322 3 March 18 Anselm, bishop (of Lucca), confessor BLS; GTZ: Worms
4371 3 March 18 Curentus, Timotheus, Saldia, Felicianus, and Jocundus, martyrs in Mauritania
2323 3 March 18 Cyril (of Jerusalem), bishop (of Jerusalem), Doctor of the Church common
2324 3 March 18 Edward, king (of England), martyr BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
2325 3 March 18 Finian, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
2326 3 March 18 Fridian, bishop (of Lucca) BLS
2327 3 March 18 Gabriel, the archangel BLS; GTZ: Franciscans (current use of Mar 24 is not medieval)
2328 3 March 18 Offren (Vulfran?) PCP (Paris)
4226 3 March 18 Primus dies Seculi Creation of the world, 3952 BCE, according to Bede
3962 3 March 18 Sun enters Aries
2329 3 March 18 Theodorius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2330 3 March 19 Alcmund, martyr BLS
2331 3 March 19 Aphrodisius (Offradosse) PCP (Paris)
2332 3 March 19 John, hermit HCC
2333 3 March 19 Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary common
2334 3 March 19 Landoald, confessor WTS (Bruges)
2335 3 March 19 Leontius, bishop (of Saintes) GTZ: Saintes
2336 3 March 19 Mary Magdalene (Translation) GTZ: Basel
4162 3 March 19 Theodore, pope Mailand (Ambros.).
2349 3 March 20 Agapitus PCP (Paris)
2350 3 March 20 Benedict (Vigil) 6082
2351 3 March 20 Cuthbert, bishop (of Lindisfarne), confessor common; PRI: England
2352 3 March 20 Joachim, confessor GTZ: Franciscans
2353 3 March 20 Urbicius, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
2354 3 March 20 Wulfram, bishop (of Sens), confessor BLS; GTZ: Sens
2355 3 March 21 Benedict, abbot (of Montecassino), confessor common; 6082, in red
2356 3 March 21 Enda, abbot BLS
2358 3 March 21 Serapion the Scholastic, bishop (of Thmuis) BLS
2359 3 March 21 Serapion the Sindonite BLS
2357 3 March 21 Serapion, abbot (of Arsinoe) BLS
4109 3 March 22 Afrodisius, bishop (of Biterren, confessor PCP (Paris), as Emerence
4334 3 March 22 Avitus, hermit Périguex
2360 3 March 22 Basil (of Ancyra) BLS
2361 3 March 22 Catherine (of Sweden), virgin BLS
2362 3 March 22 Deogratias, bishop (of Carthage) BLS
2363 3 March 22 Frumence PCP (Paris), as Emerence
2364 3 March 22 Justinus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2365 3 March 22 Lea, widow BLS
4559 3 March 22 Matthew, abbot, confessor Trent
2366 3 March 22 Paul, bishop (of Narbonne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Narbonne
2367 3 March 22 Salvius, bishop (of Albi), confessor (Elevation) GTZ: Albi
4388 3 March 22 Saturninus and nine mrtyrs, northwest Africa
2368 3 March 23 Edelward, priest BLS
4305 3 March 23 Felix and Audactus, martyrs Hamburg
4580 3 March 23 Marciani, bishop (of Tortosa), martyr Usually March-6, here in Compostella
2369 3 March 23 Maximus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
2370 3 March 23 Sophia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Carmelites
2371 3 March 23 Theodore PCP (Paris)
2372 3 March 23 Turibius (of Mogrovejo), bishop MR
2373 3 March 23 Victorian, martyr BLS
4100 3 March 24 Agapitus m. in Phryg. Cologne, Tours, Le Mans
2374 3 March 24 Botulph PRI: England
2375 3 March 24 Fidelis, bishop WTS (Bruges)
2376 3 March 24 Gabriel, the archangel BLS; GTZ: modern usage
2377 3 March 24 Irenaeus, bishop (of Sirmium) BLS
2378 3 March 24 Pygmenius (Pinguesme) PCP (Paris)
2379 3 March 24 Quirinus, martyr GTZ: Salzburg
2380 3 March 24 Simon (of Trent), martyr BLS (with William); GTZ: Trent
4417 3 March 24 Theodore, priest (of Antioch), martyr Mans.
3980 3 March 24 Vigil of the Annunciation
2381 3 March 25 Annunciation to Mary
2382 3 March 25 Cammin, abbot BLS
2383 3 March 25 Gervase and Protase, martyrs (Invention) GTZ: Soissons
2384 3 March 25 James Bird, martyr BLS
2385 3 March 25 Kilian, bishop, and companions, martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Paderborn
2386 3 March 25 Margaret Clitherow, martyr BLS
2387 3 March 26 Bernadine (of Fossa) BLS
2388 3 March 26 Braulio, bishop (of Saragossa) BLS
2389 3 March 26 Castulus, martyr GTZ: Salzburg, Prague
2390 3 March 26 Dismas (the Good Thief), martyr BLS
2391 3 March 26 Felix, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
4247 3 March 26 Fortunatus, martyr Autun
2392 3 March 26 Ludger, bishop (of Münster), confessor, Apostle to Saxony BLS; GTZ: northern Germany
2393 3 March 26 Maximus PCP (Paris), as Mondain
4147 3 March 26 Montani, priest, martyr Amiens
2394 3 March 26 Theodore (Theodoric), bishop WTS (Bruges)
2396 3 March 27 Adalpret, bishop (of Trent), martyr GTZ: Trent
2397 3 March 27 Angadrisma, virgin, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Beauvais
2398 3 March 27 Castulus, martyr GTZ: Gnesen
2400 3 March 27 John (of Egypt), hermit BLS
2399 3 March 27 John Damascene, Doctor of the Church BLS
2401 3 March 27 Leodegar (Legier), bishop (of Autun) PCP (Paris)
4624 3 March 27 Marciani, bishop (of Tortona) Tortona, same as March-6
2395 3 March 27 Resurrectio Dominica HCC; WTS (Bruges)
2402 3 March 27 Rupert, bishop (of Salzburg), confessor BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
2403 3 March 28 Arnulf PCP (Paris)
2404 3 March 28 Benedict, abbot (of Montecassino) (Octave) 6082, in red
2405 3 March 28 Columban, bishop, confessor (sometimes virgin, martyr(?)) WTS (Bruges)
4306 3 March 28 Dorothy, confessor Bremen
2406 3 March 28 Guntram, king (of the Franks), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; HCC
2407 3 March 28 John Capistrano BLS
2408 3 March 28 Priscus, Malchus, and Alexander, martyrs BLS
4436 3 March 28 Rogatus, Martyr Sometimes Rogata, Virgin/Martyr
2409 3 March 28 Sixtus III, pope BLS
2410 3 March 29 Armogastes, Archinimus, and Saturas, martyrs BLS
2411 3 March 29 Benedict, abbot (Octave) 6082
2416 3 March 29 Cunegundis, empress (Canonization) GTZ: Bamberg
2412 3 March 29 Eustasius, abbot (of Luxeu) BLS; PCP (Paris)
2413 3 March 29 Gregory (the Great), pope HCC, Ordination. Original English date, moved to Sept-3
2414 3 March 29 Gundleus BLS: Wales
2415 3 March 29 Jonas, Barachisius, and companions, martyrs BLS
2417 3 March 29 Mark, bishop (of Arethusa) BLS
2418 3 March 29 Maximinus, bishop (of Trier), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Trier
4110 3 March 29 Pastoris, priest Hamburg
4230 3 March 29 Petri de Honestis, canonici regularis (+ 1119), [Ravenna, Sa Maria del Porto] A.S
4150 3 March 29 Quintini, bishop, martyr Mans, Tours.
2419 3 March 29 Saturninus, confessor WTS (Bruges)
4111 3 March 29 Victoris, martyr Lübeck.
2431 3 March 30 Domicius, bishop HCC
2432 3 March 30 John Climacus, abbot BLS
2433 3 March 30 Quirinus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2434 3 March 30 Regulus, bishop (of Senlis), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: Senlis
4035 3 March 30 Secundus, bishop, martyr [Asti, Patron] A.S., D. (auch März 29), Mailand (Ambros.), Turin.
2435 3 March 30 Veronus, confessor GTZ: Mons
4184 3 March 30 Victoris Bremen, Merseburg
2436 3 March 30 Zosimus, bishop (of Syracuse) BLS
2437 3 March 31 Acasius, bishop (of Antioch) BLS
4208 3 March 31 Aldhelm, bishop (translation of relics) Malmsbury/Sherborne
4231 3 March 31 Amos, prophet Autun, Compiegne
2438 3 March 31 Balbina, virgin GTZ; PCP (Paris), as Albaire
2439 3 March 31 Benjamin, deacon, martyr BLS
4413 3 March 31 Cornelia, and companions (Theodoulos, Anesius, Felix, Portus, Abda and Valeria), martyr Martyrs in Carthage
4335 3 March 31 Felix, pope, martyr Felix I(+ 210), Benedictiner (Casinenser).
2440 3 March 31 Guido, abbot (of Pomposa) BLS
2441 3 March 31 Pastor, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4637 3 March 31 Quirinus, martyr Mailand (Ambros.).
4307 3 March 31 Romanus, monk
2442 3 March 31 Sabina, virgin HCC
4518 4 April 1 Annunciation to Mary, Octave Metz, Regensburg. - Tarassona. - Carmeliter
64 4 April 1 Cantius, Cantianus, Cantianilla, martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Hildesheim
65 4 April 1 Donatus, martyr GTZ: Bremen
66 4 April 1 Ferreolus, bishop (of Uzès), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Uzès
67 4 April 1 Francis de Paola, hermit MR
68 4 April 1 Gilbert, bishop (of Caithness), confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
69 4 April 1 Hugh, bishop (of Grenoble), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France, Carthusians
70 4 April 1 Mary Magdalene (Conversion) GTZ: Salzburg
71 4 April 1 Melito, bishop (of Sardes), confessor BLS
72 4 April 1 Pontius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4126 4 April 1 Quintiani, martyr Hamburg
73 4 April 1 Theodora, virgin, martyr GTZ
74 4 April 1 Valeric, abbot, bishop (in Auvergne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Amiens; HCC; PCP (Paris)
4297 4 April 1 Venantius, bishop, martyr Messina(It) and Saint Malo (Brittany)
4560 4 April 2 Abundus, bishop (of Como), confessor (+ 469)
160 4 April 2 Apian, martyr BLS
161 4 April 2 Bronacha BLS: Kill-Broncha
162 4 April 2 Constantius, king (of Scotland) BLS
163 4 April 2 Ebba, and companions, virgins, martyrs BLS
164 4 April 2 Francis de Paola, confessor common
165 4 April 2 Guthlac PRI: England
166 4 April 2 John Payne, priest, martyr BLS
167 4 April 2 Mary (of Egypt) GTZ: Gnesen, Strassburg, France, one or more religious orders; PCP (Paris)
168 4 April 2 Nicetius, bishop (of Lyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Lyon
169 4 April 2 Nychasius, bishop HCC
170 4 April 2 Theodosia, virgin, martyr BLS
275 4 April 3 Agape, Chionia, Irene, and companions, martyrs BLS
4177 4 April 3 Benedicti Nigri [Palermo] A.S., OFM
4487 4 April 3 Benignus and Evagrius, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.).
276 4 April 3 Florentius, bishop (of Strassburg) (Translation) GTZ: Strassburg, Basel
277 4 April 3 Nicetas, abbot BLS
278 4 April 3 Pancratius, martyr PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
279 4 April 3 Richard, bishop (of Chichester), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
4085 4 April 3 Theodosia, virgin, martyr Köln, [Lüttich] Mon. Germ. Scr. XII, 590, Utrecht. - Toledo (Mozarab.)
280 4 April 3 Ulpian, martyr BLS
295 4 April 4 Ambrose, bishop, confessor common
296 4 April 4 Claudius, martyr GTZ: Russia
297 4 April 4 Isidore, bishop (of Seville), confessor, Doctor of the Church common; GTZ: Spain, Sens
298 4 April 4 Plato, abbot BLS
299 4 April 5 Agape and companions, virgins GTZ: Aquileia
300 4 April 5 Beccan, confessor BLS: Ireland
301 4 April 5 Claudian, martyr (somtimes only confessor) HCC; WTS (Bruges)
302 4 April 5 Gerald, abbot (of Suauve) BLS; GTZ: Limoges
303 4 April 5 Irene, martyr PCP (Paris)
4423 4 April 5 Marcian, Nicander, and Apollonius, martyrs in Egypt
304 4 April 5 Tigernach, bishop, confessor BLS
305 4 April 5 Vincent Ferrer (de Valencia), priest, confessor common; GTZ: Dominicans
306 4 April 6 Celestine, pope common
307 4 April 6 Celsus McAedh, bishop (of Armagh) BLS
4086 4 April 6 Firminus, bishop, martyr Utrecht
308 4 April 6 One Hundred and Twenty Martyrs of Hadiab BLS
309 4 April 6 Prudentius, bishop (of Troyes) BLS; GTZ: Troyes
310 4 April 6 Sixtus (I), pope, martyr BLS
4308 4 April 6 Theodore, martyr Märtyrer in der Pentapolis in Libyen († 310)
311 4 April 6 Timothy PCP (Paris)
312 4 April 6 William, abbot (of Eskille) BLS
313 4 April 6 Winebald, abbot (at Troyes), confessor GTZ: Troyes
314 4 April 7 Aibert BLS
315 4 April 7 Aphraates, anchoret BLS
316 4 April 7 Celestine, pope GTZ
4036 4 April 7 Eufemia, virgin Beauvais, Nevers.
4172 4 April 7 Eugenie Paris
317 4 April 7 Finian BLS
318 4 April 7 Hegesippus, confessor BLS; GTZ: Utrecht
319 4 April 7 Herman Joseph, confessor BLS
320 4 April 7 Jean Baptiste de la Salle, priest MR
321 4 April 7 Macarius PCP (Paris)
4112 4 April 7 Pelusius, priest (of Alexandria) Toul
322 4 April 7 Sixtus, pope WTS (Bruges)
323 4 April 8 Aedicius BLS
324 4 April 8 Albert, bishop (of Jerusalem) BLS
325 4 April 8 Apollinaris PCP (Paris)
326 4 April 8 Callistus (I), pope WTS (Bruges)
327 4 April 8 Celestine, pope GTZ; HCC
328 4 April 8 Dionysius (of Corinth), bishop, confessor BLS
329 4 April 8 Maximinus, bishop (of Aix), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Aix
330 4 April 8 Perpetuus, bishop (of Tours) BLS
331 4 April 8 Walter, abbot (of St. Martin's near Pontoise) BLS
4553 4 April 9 Casilda, virgin (+1050, approx), Burgos
332 4 April 9 Dotto BLS
333 4 April 9 Eupsychius, martyr BLS
334 4 April 9 Fridestan, bishop GTZ: Winchester
335 4 April 9 Gaucher, abbot BLS
336 4 April 9 Hugh, bishop (of Rouen), confessor GTZ: Rouen
4330 4 April 9 Madelgarius, monk [Paris, Lagni] D.
337 4 April 9 Mary (of Egypt) common
338 4 April 9 Massylitan Martyrs BLS
339 4 April 9 Monica, widow (Translation) GTZ: Augustinians
340 4 April 9 Prochorus PCP (Paris)
341 4 April 9 Roman Captives in Persia, martyrs BLS
342 4 April 9 Seven Virgins, martyrs GTZ: Basel, Amiens
343 4 April 9 Theodosia, virgin WTS (Bruges)
344 4 April 9 Waltrude, matron BLS; GTZ: Mons (Transitus)
345 4 April 9 Zosimus BLS
75 4 April 10 Appollonius, priest HCC
76 4 April 10 Bademus, abbot, martyr BLS
77 4 April 10 Ezekiel, prophet WTS (Bruges)
80 4 April 10 Godobert, bishop (of Angers) PCP (Paris), as Profer
4424 4 April 10 Macharius, bishop (of Antioch in Pisidia), translation Ghent (+ 1012)
78 4 April 10 Mechtildes, abbess BLS
79 4 April 10 Palladius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
81 4 April 11 Aedh, abbot BLS
82 4 April 11 Antipas, martyr BLS
83 4 April 11 Godeberta, virgin GTZ: Noyon
84 4 April 11 Guthlac, hermit, confessor BLS: Abbey of Croyland; GTZ: England
85 4 April 11 Isaac, monk, confessor GTZ: Bamberg
86 4 April 11 Leo (I, the Great), pope, confessor common
87 4 April 11 Maccai, abbot BLS
88 4 April 11 Stanislas, bishop, martyr MR; GTZ: Krakow (Death)
89 4 April 12 Constantine, bishop (of Gap), confessor GTZ: Gap
90 4 April 12 Erkenbodo, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor GTZ: Thérouanne
91 4 April 12 Julius, pope BLS; WTS (Bruges), as bishop
92 4 April 12 Marcellus PCP (Paris), as Marcel
93 4 April 12 Odilo, abbot, confessor GTZ: Chartres
94 4 April 12 Sabas (the Goth), martyr BLS
95 4 April 12 Tetricus, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
96 4 April 12 Victor (of Braga) BLS
4389 4 April 12 Vissie, virgin, martyr Fermo
97 4 April 12 Zeno, bishop (of Verona), confessor BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
98 4 April 13 Caradoc, priest, hermit BLS
4113 4 April 13 Carpi, bishop, martyr Mailand (Ambros.)
99 4 April 13 Eufemia, virgin, martyr GTZ: (not everywhere); HCC; PCP (Paris)
100 4 April 13 Eusebius (Eusebia), virgin WTS (Bruges)
102 4 April 13 Guinoch BLS
101 4 April 13 Hermenegild, martyr BLS; PRI: England
4439 4 April 13 Mark, abbot (of Auvergne) Clermont
103 4 April 13 Martin (I), pope, martyr MR
104 4 April 13 Valerianus PCP (Paris)
105 4 April 14 Anthony, John, and Euatachius, martyrs BLS
106 4 April 14 Benezet BLS: Avignon
4309 4 April 14 Bernard, abbot (of Tironien) (+ 1114), Order of S. Benedict
107 4 April 14 Carpus, bishop (of Thyatira), Papylas, deacon, and Agathodorus, martyrs BLS
108 4 April 14 Euphemia PCP (Paris)
109 4 April 14 Justin Martyr BLS
110 4 April 14 Ledwina, virgin BLS
111 4 April 14 Tiburtius, Valerian, and Maximus, martyrs common; HCC, without Maximus; PCP (Paris), as Valerien
112 4 April 15 Basilissa and Anastasia, martyrs BLS
4425 4 April 15 Felix, Fortunatus and companions, martyr Martyred in Saragossa. Felix, Fortunatus, Silvanus, Lucianus, Gomalus, Parcilaus, Leonides, Mica, Gallienus, Marcianus, Faustinus, and Lucianus
113 4 April 15 Helena, queen GTZ: Salzburg, Five Churches; HCC
114 4 April 15 Invelta, virgin GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
4142 4 April 15 Maronis, Euthicetis and Victorini, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.).
115 4 April 15 Munde, abbot BLS
116 4 April 15 Olimpiadis, virgin, martyr (and Maximus) WTS (Bruges)
4207 4 April 15 Oswald, bishop (of Worcester) (d. 992), translation 11th C and later, English
117 4 April 15 Paternus, bishop (of Avranches) BLS
118 4 April 15 Peter Gonzales (Telm, Elm), confessor BLS
119 4 April 15 Primus PCP (Paris)
120 4 April 15 Ruadhan, abbot BLS
121 4 April 16 Anicetus PCP (Paris), as Anacletus
122 4 April 16 Benedict Joseph Labre, confessor BLS
123 4 April 16 Callistus (I), pope, (and companions), martyrs GTZ: Mainz; HCC
124 4 April 16 Drogo, recluse, confessor BLS
125 4 April 16 Eighteen Martyrs of Saragossa BLS
126 4 April 16 Engratia, virgin, martyr (at Saragossa) BLS; GTZ: Auch, Spain
127 4 April 16 Fructuosis, bishop (of Braga) BLS
128 4 April 16 Isidore, martyr GTZ: one or more religious orders
129 4 April 16 Joachim (of Siena) BLS
130 4 April 16 Magnus, earl (of the Orkneys), martyr common
4561 4 April 16 Martial, martyr, and companions 2 possible groupings, one with Vincent and Carissus, the other with Felix and Faustus
131 4 April 16 Paternus, bishop (of Vannes), martyr GTZ: Vannes
132 4 April 16 Turibius, bishop (of Astorga) BLS
133 4 April 16 Turibius, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
134 4 April 16 Vasius, bishop (of Saintes), martyr GTZ: Saintes
135 4 April 17 Anicetus, pope, martyr common
136 4 April 17 Donanus, abbot GTZ: Scotland
4234 4 April 17 Elie priest, Paulus and Isidore, monks, martyrs [Cordova] A.S., D.
137 4 April 17 Henry Heath BLS
138 4 April 17 Leonidas PCP (Paris)
139 4 April 17 Peter, confessor HCC; WTS (Bruges), as deacon
140 4 April 17 Simeon, bishop (of Ctesiphon), and companions, martyrs BLS
141 4 April 17 Stephen Harding, abbot (of Citeaux), confessor BLS
3963 4 April 17 Sun enters Taurus
142 4 April 18 Apollonius (the Apologist), martyr BLS
4015 4 April 18 Caloceri Brixiensis, martyr [Albenga], [Brescia] A.S., Mailand (Ambros.).
143 4 April 18 Eleutherius, bishop, and Ancia, his mother, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg, southern France
144 4 April 18 Galdin, bishop (of Milan) BLS
145 4 April 18 Laserian, bishop (of Leighlin, Ireland) BLS
146 4 April 18 Mappalicus (Mapolice) PCP (Paris)
147 4 April 18 Marie de l'Incarnation, virgin BLS
148 4 April 18 Perfectus, martyr GTZ: Paris
149 4 April 18 Renatus, bishop (of Angers) (Translation) GTZ: Angers
150 4 April 18 Ursmar, bishop, confessor GTZ: Liège, Cambrai
151 4 April 19 Anthony, martyr HCC
4337 4 April 19 Bernard, penit. (of St. Omer) (+ 1182) [Thérouanne] A.S.
152 4 April 19 Carissimus and Dulcissimus, martyrs GTZ: Bamberg
4028 4 April 19 Crescenti, subdeacon [Florenz] A.S., Turin.
153 4 April 19 Eleutherius, bishop WTS (Bruges)
154 4 April 19 Elphege, bishop (of Canterbury), martyr Originally Ælfheah, BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
4552 4 April 19 Expeditus, martyr (+ 303)
4191 4 April 19 Hermogenis and companions, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.).
155 4 April 19 James Duckett, martyr BLS
156 4 April 19 Kanute, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Odense
157 4 April 19 Leo (IX), pope, confessor common
158 4 April 19 Perfectus PCP (Paris), as Profert
4087 4 April 19 Thiemonis, archbishop (of Salzburg) (+ 1101)
159 4 April 19 Ursmar, bishop, confessor BLS
4198 4 April 19 Vincent, martyr Hamburg. - [Elne-Perpignan, Collioure] D., [Segovia] A.S.
171 4 April 20 Adalar, bishop, martyr GTZ: Mainz
172 4 April 20 Agapitus, martyr (Invention (of his head) GTZ: Besançon
173 4 April 20 Agnes (of Montepulciano), virgin, abbess BLS
174 4 April 20 Apollinus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4192 4 April 20 Genesius, martyr Augsburg
175 4 April 20 James (of Scavonia) BLS
4063 4 April 20 Leo, Pope, confessor Turin (+ 1054)
176 4 April 20 Mamertinus and Marianus, martyrs GTZ: Auxerre
177 4 April 20 Marcellinus, bishop (of Embrun), confessor GTZ: southern France
4549 4 April 20 Nicholas, bishop (of Myra) Shaftsbury
178 4 April 20 Senesius, martyr GTZ: Augsburg
179 4 April 20 Serf, bishop (of Orkney) BLS
4101 4 April 20 Simonis, ord. erem. (+ 1322) Bologna] D., [Todi] A.S.
180 4 April 20 Soter PCP (Paris), as Gobert
181 4 April 20 Thomas Tichborne, martyr BLS
182 4 April 20 Victor, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bremen, Krakow, Regensburg, Strassburg
184 4 April 21 Anastasius the Sinaite, anchoret BLS
185 4 April 21 Anastasius the Younger, bishop (of Antioch), martyr BLS
183 4 April 21 Anastasius, bishop (of Antioch) BLS
186 4 April 21 Anselm, bishop (of Canterbury), confessor, Doctor of the Church common; PRI: England
187 4 April 21 Beuno, abbot (of Clynnog, Carnarvonshire) BLS
188 4 April 21 Eingan, king (of the Scots) BLS
189 4 April 21 Malrubius, martyr BLS
190 4 April 21 Marcellus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4650 4 April 21 Maximus, martyr
4029 4 April 21 Simon, bishop (of Selucia) Utrecht. - Kopenhagen. - Mans. - Mailand (Ambros.).
191 4 April 21 Victor PCP (Paris)
4426 4 April 21 Vitalis, martyr Toledo (Mozarab.).
192 4 April 21 William, confessor GTZ: Cluniacs
193 4 April 22 Aprunculus, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
194 4 April 22 Azades, Tharba, and companions, martyrs BLS
195 4 April 22 Caius, pope, martyr common
196 4 April 22 Dionysius (sometimes bishop or pope) and companions (Rusticus, Eleuterius), martyrs (Invention) GTZ: Augsburg, France; PCP (Paris)
197 4 April 22 Epipodius and Alexander, martyrs BLS
198 4 April 22 Formatus, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
199 4 April 22 Fortunatus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
200 4 April 22 Ipipodius, martyr GTZ: Lyon
201 4 April 22 Leo, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Sens
202 4 April 22 Leonides, martyr BLS
203 4 April 22 Opportuna, virgin, abbess (of Montreuil) BLS; GTZ: Genf, Angers, Paris, Séez; PCP (Paris)
204 4 April 22 Rufus, anchoret BLS
205 4 April 22 Soter, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
206 4 April 22 Theodore (of Siceon), bishop BLS
207 4 April 23 Adalbert, bishop (of Prague), martyr common
208 4 April 23 Felix, Fortunatus and Achilleus, martyrs (at Valence) GTZ: southern France
209 4 April 23 George, martyr common; WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
210 4 April 23 Gerard, bishop (of Toul) common
211 4 April 23 Ibar (McLugni), bishop (of Beg Erin) BLS
212 4 April 23 John, bishop (of Holar), confessor GTZ
213 4 April 23 Pusinna, virgin GTZ: Minden
214 4 April 23 Regulus, bishop (of Senlis), confessor GTZ: France
215 4 April 24 Adalbert, bishop (of Prague), martyr GTZ: Salzburg, Augsburg, Eichstädt
216 4 April 24 Alexander and companions, martyrs GTZ: Lyon
217 4 April 24 Bova and Doda, virgins BLS; GTZ: Reims
4372 4 April 24 Deodatus, abbot (of Blois) [Chartres, Blois] A.S.
218 4 April 24 Dismas (the Good Thief) BLS
219 4 April 24 Egbert, priest PRI: England
220 4 April 24 Eutropis, martyr WTS (Bruges)
221 4 April 24 Fidelis (of Sigmarengen) common
222 4 April 24 George, martyr GTZ: Aquileia, Augsburg, Salzburg, Gnesen, Prague, northern Italy, Hungary
4030 4 April 24 Gregory, bishop (of Illiberitani) [Granada] A.S.
223 4 April 24 Ludger, bishop (of Münster), confessor (Deposition) GTZ: Münster
3987 4 April 24 Mark, evangelist (Vigil) common
224 4 April 24 Mellitus, bishop (of Canterbury), confessor BLS; PRI: England
225 4 April 24 Norbert, bishop (of Magdeburg), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Praemonstrensians
226 4 April 24 Robert, abbot (of Chaise-Dieu, Auvergne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cluniacs, southern France; PCP (Paris)
227 4 April 24 Shadrach, Meschach, and Abednego HCC
228 4 April 24 Victoria, virgin GTZ: Apt
229 4 April 24 Wendelin, confessor GTZ: Mainz
230 4 April 24 Wilfrid, bishop (of York), confessor (Translation) GTZ: York
231 4 April 25 Anianus, bishop (of Alexandria) BLS
232 4 April 25 Floribert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Liège
233 4 April 25 George, martyr GTZ: Chur
234 4 April 25 Ivo, bishop BLS
235 4 April 25 Kebius, bishop BLS
236 4 April 25 Macull BLS: Ireland
237 4 April 25 Mark, evangelist, martyr common
238 4 April 25 Phaebadius, bishop (of Agen) BLS
239 4 April 25 Rusticus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
4562 4 April 26 Anacletus, pope, martyr Apr. 26: Chur - Kopenhagen
240 4 April 26 Benignus, martyr (at Dijon) (Translation) GTZ: Langres
241 4 April 26 Cletus and Marcellinus, popes, martyrs common; GTZ: Mainz; HCC, PCP (Paris), without Marcellinus
4569 4 April 26 Exuperantie, virgin [Troyes] A.S.
4541 4 April 26 Floscellus, child, martyr Autun (+ 177-80)
242 4 April 26 Pascharius Radbert, abbot BLS
243 4 April 26 Peter Canisius, Doctor of the Church BLS
244 4 April 26 Richarius, abbot BLS
4321 4 April 26 Saint Chapelle, Paris (Dedication) Paris
245 4 April 26 Trudpert, martyr GTZ: Salzburg
246 4 April 27 Alpinianus, priest GTZ: Limoges
247 4 April 27 Anastasius, pope, martyr common; GTZ: Worms
248 4 April 27 Anthimus, bishop, and companions, martyrs BLS
4408 4 April 27 Antonius, bishop (of Cambrai), martyr Cambrai, (am 27. Apr. haben die A. S. Antonius erem. Lucensis).
249 4 April 27 Egbert BLS
250 4 April 27 Gaudius, martyr GTZ: Aix
251 4 April 27 Germanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Agram
4346 4 April 27 Liberalis, bishop (of Elten), confessor [Torcello] A.S., [Treviso] D.
252 4 April 27 Zita, virgin BLS
253 4 April 28 Aphrodisius, bishop (of Béziers) and companions, martyrs GTZ: Narbonne
254 4 April 28 Artemius, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Sens
255 4 April 28 Cronan, abbot (of Roscrea, Ireland) BLS
256 4 April 28 Didymus and Theodora, martyrs BLS
257 4 April 28 Lambert, bishop, martyr (Translation (Commemoration)) GTZ: Liège
258 4 April 28 Liborius, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Paderborn, LeMans
259 4 April 28 Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort, confessor BLS
260 4 April 28 Pamphilus, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Magdeburg, Kammin
261 4 April 28 Patricius, bishop (of Prusa, Bithynia), martyr BLS
262 4 April 28 Peter Chanel, priest, martyr MR
263 4 April 28 Pollio, lector, and companions, martyrs BLS
264 4 April 28 Vitalis, martyr common; GTZ: Magdeburg (with Pamphilus)
265 4 April 29 Catherine (of Siena), virgin, Doctor of the Church MR
266 4 April 29 Edmund, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: England
267 4 April 29 Euphrosius(?) 6082
268 4 April 29 Fiachna, monk BLS
269 4 April 29 Frontasius, martyr GTZ: Limoges
270 4 April 29 Germana PCP (Paris), as Germanus
271 4 April 29 Hoildis, virgin (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
272 4 April 29 Hugh, abbot (of Cluny), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cistercians, Cluniacs
273 4 April 29 Peter Martyr (of Milan), martyr BLS; GTZ: Dominicans; HCC; PCP (Paris)
274 4 April 29 Robert (Gruthuysen), abbot (of Molesme), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cistercians
4310 4 April 29 Valentini and companions, martyrs [Perugia] A.S.
281 4 April 30 Ajutre, recluse BLS
282 4 April 30 Catherine (of Siena), virgin BLS; GTZ: Dominicans
283 4 April 30 Desideratus, priest GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône
284 4 April 30 Erconwald, bishop (of London), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
285 4 April 30 Eutropius, bishop (of Saintes), martyr GTZ: Metz, France; PCP (Paris)
286 4 April 30 Fronto, bishop (of Périgueux), confessor (Invention) GTZ: Limoges
287 4 April 30 Germanus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
288 4 April 30 James, (the Great), apostle GTZ: Russia only
289 4 April 30 James, Marian, and companions, martyrs BLS
290 4 April 30 Maxentia (mother of Vigilius), widow GTZ: Trent
291 4 April 30 Maximus, martyr BLS
4631 4 April 30 Mercurialis, bishop (of Forli) [Forli] A.S., D.; Mercurialis I
3982 4 April 30 Philip and James (the less), apostles (Vigil)
292 4 April 30 Pius (V), pope MR
293 4 April 30 Quirinus, martyr GTZ: Cologne, Mainz, Trier, Basel, Reims
4276 4 April 30 Radolph of Afflighem [Cambrai] D. (aka. Raoul)
4636 4 April 30 Severus, bishop Naples, A.S
294 4 April 30 Sophia, virgin, martyr BLS; HCC
2496 5 May 1 Achius and Acheolus, martyrs BLS
2497 5 May 1 Africanus, bishop (in Aquit.) GTZ: Albi
2498 5 May 1 Amator, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: France; PCP (Paris)
2499 5 May 1 Andeolus, martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France
2500 5 May 1 Arigius, bishop (of Gap), confessor GTZ: Gap
2501 5 May 1 Asaph, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2502 5 May 1 Benignus, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg
2503 5 May 1 Bertha, wife of Gondebert, queen GTZ: Reims
2504 5 May 1 Brioc, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ
2505 5 May 1 Firminus, bishop (of Uzès), confessor (Revelation) GTZ: Uzès
4402 5 May 1 Jeremiah, prophet
2506 5 May 1 Joseph Opifex MR
2507 5 May 1 Macarius, bishop (of Comminges) GTZ: Bordeaux
2508 5 May 1 Marculf, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Coutances
2509 5 May 1 Orientius, bishop (of Auch), confessor GTZ: Auch
2510 5 May 1 Philip and James (the Less), apostles common
2511 5 May 1 Quiriacus, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr GTZ: Troyes only
2512 5 May 1 Restituta, virgin, martyr GTZ: Soissons
2513 5 May 1 Richard Reynolds, martyr BLS
2514 5 May 1 Sigismund, king (of Burgundy), martyr BLS; GTZ: Switzerland (elsewhere moved to May 2)
2515 5 May 1 Walburga, virgin GTZ; PRI: England
2626 5 May 2 Achius and Acheolus, martyrs GTZ: Amiens
2627 5 May 2 Alpinus, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne) (Translation) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
2628 5 May 2 Athanasius, bishop (of Alexandria), confessor, Doctor of the Church common; PCP (Paris), as Anastasius
2629 5 May 2 Bertrand, bishop (of Comminges), confessor (Revelation) GTZ: Comminges
2630 5 May 2 Cassius and Florentius (and Malusius), martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Cologne
4102 5 May 2 Catharina Sen. OP Dominican, Ambrosian
2631 5 May 2 Clement, bishop (of Metz), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Metz
2632 5 May 2 Elisabeth, widow (Translation, Elevation) GTZ
2633 5 May 2 Florentius, confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
2634 5 May 2 Gatian, bishop (of Tours), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Tours
2635 5 May 2 Germanus, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2636 5 May 2 Quintinus, martyr (Elevation) GTZ: Noyon
2637 5 May 2 Sicarius, martyr GTZ: Périgueux
4173 5 May 2 Sigismund, king (of Burgundy), martyr common
2638 5 May 2 Walbert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Mainz, Basel
2742 5 May 3 Alexander, Eventius, and Theodolus, martyrs common
2743 5 May 3 Genius, confessor GTZ: Lectoure
2741 5 May 3 Invention of the Cross
2744 5 May 3 Juvenalis, martyr GTZ: Metz, France; PCP (Paris)
2745 5 May 3 Philip and James, apostles MR
2762 5 May 4 Anthony, abbot (at Tours) GTZ: Tours
2763 5 May 4 Candidus and Malulfus, bishops (of Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
2764 5 May 4 Corcodemus, deacon GTZ: Auxerre
4143 5 May 4 Crown of Thorns (protection of the Crown) common
4427 5 May 4 Elizabeth, widow (Transfer of Bones) Of Thuringia. Constans and Toss (+1338)
2765 5 May 4 Florian, martyr GTZ
2766 5 May 4 Godehard, bishop (of Hildesheim), confessor BLS; GTZ: Bamberg, Meissen, Prague, Utrecht, Verdun, Worms, Hildesheim (Translation)
2767 5 May 4 Guido, abbot, confessor GTZ: Speyer, Worms
2768 5 May 4 Helena, virgin (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes, Auxerre
2769 5 May 4 John Fisher, Thomas More, and companions, martyrs BLS
4217 5 May 4 Macharius, bishop (of Burgundy) [Bordeaux] A.S.
2770 5 May 4 Monica, widow BLS; GTZ: Augustinians; PRI
2771 5 May 4 Possessor and Firminus, bishops (of Verdun) (Translation) GTZ: Verdun
2772 5 May 4 Pulchronius, bishop (of Verdun) (Translation) GTZ: Verdun
2773 5 May 4 Quiriacus, bishop (of Ancona), martyr GTZ: Teutonic Knights, France; PCP (Paris)
2774 5 May 4 Richard Reynolds, friar, martyr BLS
2775 5 May 4 Salvianus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Amiens
2777 5 May 4 Walburga, virgin WTS (Bruges)
2776 5 May 4 Waldrada, abbess, virgin GTZ: Verdun
2778 5 May 5 Aldelmus, bishop (of Sherbourne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: London
2779 5 May 5 Angelus, martyr BLS; GTZ: Carmelites
4193 5 May 5 Ascension Sunday Havelberg, Münster und Paris.
2780 5 May 5 Audoenus, bishop (of Rouen), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
2781 5 May 5 Augustine, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr) (Conversion) GTZ: Augustinians
2782 5 May 5 Avertin BLS
2783 5 May 5 Britonius, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
2784 5 May 5 Clarus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Fréjus
4354 5 May 5 Dedication of Cathedral of St. Stephen, Bourges Bourges, 1324
4391 5 May 5 Dedication of St. Johns in Besançon Besançon
2785 5 May 5 Fortunatus, bishop (of Poitiers) GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2787 5 May 5 Gengulf, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2786 5 May 5 Godehard, bishop (of Hildesheim), confessor GTZ
2788 5 May 5 Hilary, bishop (of Arles), confessor BLS; GTZ: Arles
2789 5 May 5 Jovinianus, martyr (at Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
2790 5 May 5 Maurontus, abbot BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
2791 5 May 5 Nicetius, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Toul, Verdun
2792 5 May 5 Pius (V), pope, confessor BLS
2793 5 May 5 Sacerdos, bishop (of Limoges) GTZ: Limoges
2794 5 May 6 Eadbert, bishop (of Lindisfarne) BLS; PRI: England
2796 5 May 6 John Damascene BLS
2795 5 May 6 John, apostle, evangelist (a Porta Latina) common; PCP (Paris), 6082, in red; WTS (Bruges), sometimes in red
2797 5 May 6 Matthew, apostle, evangelist (Translation) 6082, in red
2798 5 May 6 Melorus, martyr GTZ: Meaux
2799 5 May 6 Valerius and Valerianus, bishops (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
2800 5 May 7 Benedict (II), pope BLS
4390 5 May 7 Celerinus, martyrs and companions
4288 5 May 7 Christina of Bolsena, martyr (Translation) Translation of bones to Palermo (also may 10) [https://www.heiligenlexikon.de//BiographienC/Christina_von_Bolsena.html]
4002 5 May 7 Cletus, pope, martyr Mans. - Turin.
2801 5 May 7 Domitian, bishop, confessor GTZ: Liège
2802 5 May 7 Domitilla (Flavia), virgin, martyr GTZ: Chur, Sens
2803 5 May 7 Domnius, bishop (of Salona), martyr GTZ
4178 5 May 7 Eovaldus and Sixtus, martyrs [Gerona, Span.] A.S.
4428 5 May 7 Flavius, bishop, and companions, martyrs Martyred in Nicomedia, 3-4th C
2804 5 May 7 Florentinus and Hilarius, martyrs (at Autun) (Translation) GTZ: Paris
2806 5 May 7 John of Beverly, bishop (of York), confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Norway; PRI: England
2805 5 May 7 Juvenal, confessor HCC; as martyr; WTS (Bruges); GTZ (as Juvenalis)
2808 5 May 7 Mastidia, virgin (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
4403 5 May 7 Maurelius, bishop (of Ferrara) [Ferrara, Patron] A.S.
4258 5 May 7 Maxime, virgin, martyr [Chartres, Dourdan] D
2809 5 May 7 Nazarius and Celsus, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Narbonne
2810 5 May 7 Peter Martyr (Translation) GTZ: Dominicans
2811 5 May 7 Serenicus, deacon (at Séez), confessor GTZ: Séez
2812 5 May 7 Silvanus, bishop (of Gaza), martyr PCP (Paris)
2813 5 May 7 Stanislas, bishop (of Krakow), martyr BLS
2814 5 May 7 Stephen, protomartyr (Translation) GTZ: Metz, Passau
2815 5 May 7 William, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Bourges
2816 5 May 8 Beatus PCP (Paris)
2817 5 May 8 Casaria, virgin GTZ: Fritzlar
2818 5 May 8 Desideratus, bishop (of Bourges) GTZ: Bourges
2819 5 May 8 Fuscian, Victoricus and Gentian, martyrs (Translation of Gentian) GTZ: Amiens
2820 5 May 8 Gibrian, priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Reims
2821 5 May 8 Helladius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
2822 5 May 8 John (the Theologian), apostle, evangelist GTZ: Russia
4527 5 May 8 Liberation of Orleans (1429) Siege of Orleans is broken under Joan of Arc
2823 5 May 8 Louis, king, confessor (Translation of his head) GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2824 5 May 8 Martin, confessor GTZ: Sens
2825 5 May 8 Metronus, confessor GTZ: Italy
2826 5 May 8 Michael, the archangel (Apparition on Monte Gargano) common; 6082, in red
2827 5 May 8 Nicholas, bishop (Translation) WTS (Bruges)
2828 5 May 8 Odrian, bishop (of Waterford) BLS: Waterford
2829 5 May 8 Peter, bishop (of Tarentaise), confessor BLS; GTZ: Genf, Cistercians
2830 5 May 8 Simon, a boy, martyr GTZ: (modern usage)
2831 5 May 8 Stanislas, bishop, martyr GTZ
2832 5 May 8 Victor, martyr BLS; GTZ: Switzerland, southern Germany; 6082
2833 5 May 8 Wiro, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
2834 5 May 9 Andrew, apostle (Translation) BLS: Scotland
2835 5 May 9 Beatus, confessor GTZ: Constance, Chartres
2836 5 May 9 Brynoth, bishop (of Scara, Sweden) BLS
2837 5 May 9 Gengulf, martyr GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
2838 5 May 9 Gerontius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
2839 5 May 9 Gordian, martyr WTS (Bruges), sometimes in red
2840 5 May 9 Gregory (of Nazianzus), bishop, confessor, Doctor of the Church BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders
2841 5 May 9 Hermas BLS
4488 5 May 9 Hyppolytus, confessor, translation Hyppolytus of Rome (+236), Transfer of Bones to Paris
4609 5 May 9 Jerome, priest, doctor (translation Trient. - Tarassona
2842 5 May 9 Luke, evangelist (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
2843 5 May 9 Macarius, abbot, confessor GTZ: Worms
2844 5 May 9 Nicholas (of Myra), bishop, confessor (Translation) common; PCP (Paris), in red
2845 5 May 9 Nicholas, bishop (of Lincopen, Sweden) BLS
2846 5 May 9 Stephen, protomartyr (Advent) GTZ: Halberstadt
2847 5 May 9 Suitbert, bishop (of Verdun), confessor (Advent) GTZ: Verdun
2849 5 May 9 Thomas Pickering, martyr BLS
2848 5 May 9 Timothy, apostle, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
4152 5 May 9 Tournai Cathedral, dedication Tournai
2516 5 May 10 Antoninus, friar BLS
4533 5 May 10 Aphrodisius, Saturninus and companions, martyrs Martyrs in Tarsus. 111 in total(?).
2517 5 May 10 Bede (the Venerable), priest, confessor, Father of the Church GTZ: England
2518 5 May 10 Catuldus, monk, bishop (of Taranto) BLS
4289 5 May 10 Christina of Bolsena, martyr (Translation) Translation of bones to Palermo (also may 7) [https://www.heiligenlexikon.de//BiographienC/Christina_von_Bolsena.html]
2520 5 May 10 Comgall, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2519 5 May 10 Concessa, virgin GTZ: Tarbes
2521 5 May 10 Gordian and Epimachus, martyrs common
2522 5 May 10 Isidore (of Madrid) BLS: Madrid
4457 5 May 10 Job, prophet, confessor Toul. - Agram
2523 5 May 10 Lawrence, bishop (of Dublin), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
2524 5 May 10 Lupus, bishop (of Troyes), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Troyes
2525 5 May 10 Mamertus, bishop PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
2526 5 May 10 Maturinus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: central France; PCP (Paris)
2527 5 May 10 Palladius, bishop (of Bourges) GTZ: Bourges
2528 5 May 10 Quartus and Quintus, martyrs GTZ: Augsburg
2529 5 May 10 Sinerius, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Clermont
2530 5 May 10 Sophia, widow, and daughters (Faith, Hope, and Charity), martyrs GTZ: Strassburg
4448 5 May 11 Fremund, king, martyr [England] A.S.
2531 5 May 11 Gengulf, martyr GTZ: Basel, Metz, Strassburg, France; PCP (Paris), as Gendulph
2532 5 May 11 John Rochester, James Walworth, and companions, martyrs BLS
2533 5 May 11 Majolus, abbot (of Cluny), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cluniacs, France; PCP (Paris)
2534 5 May 11 Mamertus, bishop (of Vienne), confessor common
2535 5 May 11 Nereus and Achilleus, martyrs WTS (Bruges)
2536 5 May 11 Pontius, bishop (of Cimiez), martyr GTZ: southern France
2537 5 May 11 Rufus and Agatimber, bishops (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
2538 5 May 11 Walter, abbot GTZ: Limoges
4490 5 May 12 Crispoltus, bishop (of Foligno), martyr [Foligno] A.S, (+ c. 300), killed in Bettona, It.
4489 5 May 12 Cyriacus, martyr, and companions (Maximi, Gradi) [Rom] A.S.
2539 5 May 12 Epiphanius, bishop (of Salamis) BLS
2540 5 May 12 Flavia Domitilla, martyr BLS
2541 5 May 12 Germanus, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
2542 5 May 12 John Stone, martyr BLS
2543 5 May 12 Martin, bishop (of Tours), confessor (Subvention) GTZ: Tours
2544 5 May 12 Mary ad Martires martyr
2545 5 May 12 Modoald, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier, Ermld.
2546 5 May 12 Nereus and Achilleus, martyrs common
2547 5 May 12 Onesimus, bishop (of Soissons) GTZ: Soissons
2548 5 May 12 Pancratius, confessor (sometimes martyr) common; HCC, in red
2549 5 May 12 Rictrudes, abbess BLS
4385 5 May 13 Alexander, martyr Roman
2550 5 May 13 Boniface, martyr PCP (Paris)
2551 5 May 13 Gengulf, martyr GTZ
2552 5 May 13 Hugh, abbot (of Cluny), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Cluniacs
2553 5 May 13 Ingenuinus and Albuinus, bishops (Translation) GTZ: Brixen
2554 5 May 13 John (the Silent), bishop, confessor BLS
2555 5 May 13 Karadocus, priest GTZ: Brittany
2556 5 May 13 Marcellianus, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
4574 5 May 13 Maturin, confessor Beauvais. Normally May-10
2557 5 May 13 Peter Regalati, friar BLS
2558 5 May 13 Robert Bellarmine BLS
2559 5 May 13 Servatius, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr) common; HCC, in red
4027 5 May 13 Theodore, pope [Rom] D.
4409 5 May 13 Victoris and Companions, martyrs [Pollenza auf Majorca] A.S.
2560 5 May 13 Walburga BLS
2561 5 May 14 Aquillus (Aquillinus), bishop WTS (Bruges)
2562 5 May 14 Audoenus, bishop (of Rouen) PCP (Paris)
2563 5 May 14 Boniface, martyr common; GTZ: Speyer, Basel, Constance, one or more religious orders, southern France
2564 5 May 14 Carthagh (the Younger, of Mochuda), bishop (of Kier-raigh) BLS
2565 5 May 14 Gengulf, martyr GTZ: Würzburg
2566 5 May 14 Matthew, apostle MR
2567 5 May 14 Michael Garicoits BLS
2568 5 May 14 Pachomius, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: France
2569 5 May 14 Pontius, martyr BLS
2570 5 May 14 Victor and Corona, martyrs GTZ: Bremen, Metz, France
4355 5 May 14 William, bishop (of Bourges), Translation (Octave) Bourges, (+ 1209, can. 1218)
4235 5 May 15 Bernard, cannon regular Franciscaner
2571 5 May 15 Brendan, abbot, confessor GTZ: Coutances
2572 5 May 15 Dympna, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
2573 5 May 15 Genebrard, priest, martyr BLS
4447 5 May 15 Gervasius Pavia
2574 5 May 15 Halvard, martyr GTZ: Norway
2575 5 May 15 Isidore, martyr HCC; WTS (Bruges); PCP (Paris)
2578 5 May 15 Mary, Our Lady of Grace BLS: England
2576 5 May 15 Moderannus, bishop (of Rennes) (Translation) GTZ: Rennes
2577 5 May 15 Odorius, martyr GTZ: Amiens
2579 5 May 15 Peter, Andrew, and companions, martyrs BLS
2580 5 May 15 Sophia, virgin, martyr GTZ
4437 5 May 15 Timothy, apostle, martyr Might also be martyr with 7 virgins in Gaudix-Baza (Spain)
2581 5 May 15 Wigbert, prior, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Fritzlar
2582 5 May 16 Abda and Abdjesus, bishops (of Kaskhar), martyrs BLS
2583 5 May 16 Alnobert, bishop (of Séez) GTZ: Séez
4546 5 May 16 Amantius, Maurilius and Almerius, martyrs Chartres
4327 5 May 16 Aquilini, confessor (sometimes martyr) Bremen
2584 5 May 16 Brendan (the Elder), abbot BLS; PRI: England
2585 5 May 16 Brendan, abbot, bishop, confessor GTZ: Switzerland, Scotland
2586 5 May 16 Cassius and Victorinus, martyrs GTZ: Clermont
2587 5 May 16 Emanus, martyr GTZ: Chartres
2588 5 May 16 Fidolus, abbot (at Troyes), confessor GTZ: Troyes
4429 5 May 16 Florentius and Diocletian, martyrs [Osimo] D.
2589 5 May 16 Francoveus, monk GTZ: Nevers
2590 5 May 16 Germerius, bishop (of Toulouse) GTZ: Toulouse
2591 5 May 16 Honoratus, bishop (of Amiens), confessor BLS; GTZ: Amiens, Paris; PCP (Paris)
2592 5 May 16 John Nepomucen, martyr BLS (+ 1393)
2593 5 May 16 Maxima, virgin GTZ: Fréjus
2594 5 May 16 Peregrinus, bishop (of Auxerre), martyr GTZ: Hildesheim, northern France; HCC
2595 5 May 16 Ragnobert, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux
2596 5 May 16 Simon Stock BLS
2597 5 May 16 Terentius, bishop (of Metz) (Translation) GTZ: Metz
2598 5 May 16 Theobald, bishop, confessor GTZ: Ratzeburg
4153 5 May 16 Tournai Cathedral, dedication (ovtave) Tournai
2599 5 May 16 Ubaldo (Baldassini), bishop (of Gubbio) BLS; GTZ: Brixen
2600 5 May 17 Aigulf, abbot and companions, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Grasse
2601 5 May 17 Ambrose PCP (Paris)
2602 5 May 17 Bernardinus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans
2603 5 May 17 Brandan, martyr (sometimes bishop, confessor) WTS (Bruges)
2604 5 May 17 Cathan, bishop BLS
4514 5 May 17 Gordian and Epimachus, martyrs (Octave) rare
4373 5 May 17 Liberius and Sixtus, confessors Bremen.
2605 5 May 17 Maden BLS: Brittany, Cornwall
2606 5 May 17 Maw BLS
2607 5 May 17 Paschal Baylon, confessor BLS
2608 5 May 17 Possidius, bishop BLS
4008 5 May 17 Restitute, Virgin, Martyr [Cagliari] A.S., [Neapel] A.S.
2609 5 May 17 Sillan, bishop BLS
4088 5 May 17 Syri (Ciri), bishop (of Papien), confessor (Translation) Lausanne, Utrecht. - Mailand, Ambros.
4064 5 May 17 Torpetis (Tropetis), martyr Hamburg. - [Pisa] A.S. (D. als Translatio).
4311 5 May 17 Valerie, martyr, virgin Nevers
4449 5 May 18 Anthony, martyr (translation) Seville
4114 5 May 18 Dioscorus, martyr (in Egypt) Fransiscan, Cologne, Liege
2610 5 May 18 Elfgive, king GTZ: Winchester
2611 5 May 18 Eric, king (of Sweden), martyr BLS; GTZ: Scandinavia
2612 5 May 18 Felix, martyr PCP (Paris)
4394 5 May 18 Florentinus, confessor Toul
2614 5 May 18 Geremar, abbot, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Beauvais
2613 5 May 18 John (I), pope, martyr MR
4128 5 May 18 Mark, pope, confessor Utrecht, Worms. - Kjöbenhavn
2615 5 May 18 Potamon, bishop (of Heraclea, Egypt), martyr BLS
3964 5 May 18 Sun enters Gemini
2616 5 May 18 Theodatus and Seven Virgins, martyrs BLS
2617 5 May 18 Torpetis, virgin, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2618 5 May 18 Venantius, martyr BLS
4410 5 May 19 Augustini Novelli, blessed Prior General of the Hermits of St. Augustin (+ 1309) Mai 19: [Siena] A. S
2619 5 May 19 Calogerus and Parthenius, martyrs GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
2620 5 May 19 Celestine, pope, confessor (Peter de Morono) BLS; GTZ: Celestines; PCP (Paris)
2621 5 May 19 Dunstan, bishop (of Canturbury), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
2622 5 May 19 Ivo, priest (at Tréguier), confessor GTZ; PCP (Paris)
2623 5 May 19 Patricius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Russia
2624 5 May 19 Peter, bishop (of Tournai), confessor GTZ: Tournai
2625 5 May 19 Pudentiana, virgin, martyr common
2639 5 May 20 Anna Maria Taigi BLS
2640 5 May 20 Austregisil, bishop (of Bourges), confessor GTZ: France
2641 5 May 20 Basilla, virgin, martyr GTZ: Utrecht, Chur
2642 5 May 20 Baudelius, martyr (at Nîmes) GTZ: southern France
2643 5 May 20 Bernardino (of Siena), confessor common
2644 5 May 20 Ethelbert, king (of the Angles), martyr BLS; GTZ: England
2645 5 May 20 Eustasius, martyr 6082
4570 5 May 20 Germar, abbot (of Flay), transfer of bones Flay, (+ 660)
2646 5 May 20 Ivo, bishop (of Chartres) BLS
2647 5 May 20 Maximus PCP (Paris)
2648 5 May 20 Protasia, virgin, martyr (at Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
2649 5 May 20 Saturnina, virgin, martyr GTZ: Paderborn
2650 5 May 21 Ausonius, bishop (of Angoulême), martyr GTZ: Angoulême
2651 5 May 21 Austregesilus, bishop (of Bourges) PCP (Paris), as Vandrille
4491 5 May 21 Eleutherius, martyr [Chieti] A.S., [Troja] E
2652 5 May 21 Felix (of Cantalicio) BLS
2653 5 May 21 Godrick, hermit BLS; GTZ: Durham; PRI
2654 5 May 21 Helena, queen WTS (Bruges)
2655 5 May 21 Helena, virgin (at Auxerre) GTZ: Soissons
2656 5 May 21 Hospitius (Sospis), recluse BLS
2657 5 May 21 Itisberga, virgin GTZ: Artois
4089 5 May 21 Secundus, martyr Utrecht
4312 5 May 21 Timothy, deacon [England] A.S.
2658 5 May 21 Valens, martyr GTZ: Augsburg, Krakow
2659 5 May 21 Valerius, bishop HCC
2660 5 May 21 Vales, priest (at Auxerre) GTZ: Sens
2661 5 May 22 Aubert PCP (Paris)
2662 5 May 22 Basiliscus, martyr BLS
2663 5 May 22 Bobo BLS
2664 5 May 22 Castus and Aemilius, martyrs BLS
2665 5 May 22 Conall, abbot BLS: County Tyrconnel
4009 5 May 22 Eusebius, bishop (of Como) Como
4263 5 May 22 Faustini, Timothy and Venusti, martyrs [Rom] A.S.
2666 5 May 22 Helena, queen GTZ: Aquileia, Constance, Krakow, Passau, Prague, Agram
2667 5 May 22 Helena, virgin (at Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre, Tours
2668 5 May 22 Ivo, priest (at Tréguier), confessor BLS
2669 5 May 22 John Forest, martyr BLS
4065 5 May 22 Julie, virgin, martyr (in Corsica) [Brescia] D., [Corsica] A.S., [Mailand] Mon. Germ. Scr. XVIII, 817, Turin.
2670 5 May 22 Lupus, bishop (of Limoges) GTZ: Limoges
2671 5 May 22 Papia, virgin WTS (Bruges)
2672 5 May 22 Quiteria, virgin, martyr GTZ: Worms, southern France
2673 5 May 22 Rita, widow BLS
2674 5 May 22 Romanus, abbot (of Nevers) GTZ: Sens
2675 5 May 22 Ronanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4277 5 May 22 Trinitatis festum Münster, *Paris.
2677 5 May 23 Aemilius (and Castus) PCP (Paris)
2678 5 May 23 Andrew Bobola, martyr BLS
2679 5 May 23 Candidus, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Brixen
2680 5 May 23 Desiderius, bishop (of Langres), martyr common
2681 5 May 23 Desiderius, bishop (of Vienne), martyr BLS
4248 5 May 23 Honoratus, bishop (of Amiens), Octave Amiens
2682 5 May 23 Julia, virgin, martyr BLS
2676 5 May 23 Translation of Christ WTS (Bruges)
2683 5 May 24 Desiderius, bishop PCP (Paris)
2684 5 May 24 Dominic, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Dominicans
2685 5 May 24 Donatian and Rogatian, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Utrecht, France; PCP (Paris)
4194 5 May 24 Johanne, wife of Chuze, procurator for Herodis, Martyr Salzburg (Benedict. s. Erintrudis).
2686 5 May 24 John de Prado, martyr BLS
2687 5 May 24 Mary Magdalen Postel, virgin BLS
2688 5 May 24 Mary, Our Lady Help of Christians BLS: England
2689 5 May 24 Vincent (of Lerins), confessor BLS
4066 5 May 24 Zebelli, Servuli and Secundini, martyrs [Triest] A.S
2690 5 May 25 Aldhelm, bishop (of Sherbourne) BLS
2691 5 May 25 Bede (the Venerable), priest, confessor, Doctor of the Church MR
2692 5 May 25 Donatian, martyr PCP (Paris)
2693 5 May 25 Dumhade (of Ireland), abbot (of St. Columkille's) BLS
2694 5 May 25 Francis, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans. (+ 1226, can. 1228)
2695 5 May 25 Gregory (VII), pope, confessor common
2696 5 May 25 Madeleine Sophie Barat, virgin BLS
2697 5 May 25 Maria Magdalena de' Pazzi, virgin BLS; MR
2698 5 May 25 Mary James and Mary Salome GTZ: Carmelites
2699 5 May 25 Maximus and Venerandus, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Evreux
2700 5 May 25 Urban, pope, martyr common
4072 5 May 25 Zenobius, bishop (of Florence) [Florenz] A.S. - Camaldulenser.
2701 5 May 26 Augustine (of Canterbury), bishop, confessor, Apostle to England BLS; GTZ: Bremen, England, France, Scandinavia; PRI: England; WTS (Bruges), as Translation
2702 5 May 26 Bede (the Venerable), priest, confessor, Father of the Church GTZ: Cologne, England
2703 5 May 26 Eleutherius, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
2704 5 May 26 Lambert, bishop (of Vence) GTZ: Embrun
2705 5 May 26 Leo, abbot, confessor GTZ: Troyes
2706 5 May 26 Oduvald, abbot (of Melrose) BLS
2707 5 May 26 Philippo Neri, priest common
2708 5 May 26 Priscus, martyr GTZ: Auxerre
2709 5 May 26 Quadratus, bishop (of Athens) BLS
4278 5 May 26 Sacramenti venerabilis festum Münster, Paris.
4284 5 May 26 Theodore, martyr Mailand (Ambros.)
2710 5 May 26 Urbanus (I), pope, martyr PCP (Paris)
4249 5 May 27 Aquilinus, martyr Cologne
2711 5 May 27 Augustine (of Canterbury), bishop MR; PCP (Paris)
4356 5 May 27 Austregisil, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Octave) Bourges
2712 5 May 27 Bede (the Venerable), priest, confessor, Father of the Church BLS; HCC; PRI: England
2713 5 May 27 Eutropius, bishop (of Orange), confessor GTZ: Orange
2714 5 May 27 Hildebert, bishop (of Meaux) GTZ: Meaux
2715 5 May 27 John, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
2716 5 May 27 Julius, martyr BLS
2717 5 May 27 Ragenulf, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Arras
2718 5 May 27 Seraphion, priest WTS (Bruges)
4313 5 May 28 Bede, priest, doctor Bremen, Breslau, Lübeck.
2719 5 May 28 Bridget (of Sweden), widow (Translation) GTZ: Scandinavia, Prague
2720 5 May 28 Caraunus, martyr (at Chartres) BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2721 5 May 28 Germanus, bishop (of Paris), confessor BLS; GTZ: western Germany, France; PCP (Paris)
2723 5 May 28 Helladius, martyr GTZ: Russia
2724 5 May 28 Hubert, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4129 5 May 28 John (I), pope, martyr Bremen, Chur, Krakau (cf.). - Kjöbenhavn.
2722 5 May 28 John Shirt, martyr BLS
4465 5 May 28 Justus, bishop (of Urgell) Spain (Urgell)
2725 5 May 28 Liborius, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (Advent) GTZ: Paderborn
2726 5 May 28 Manveus, bishop (of Brieuc) GTZ: Brittany
2727 5 May 28 Margaret Pole, countess (of Salisbury), martyr BLS
2728 5 May 28 Rigomerus, bishop (of Meaux) GTZ: Meaux
2729 5 May 28 Robert Johnson, martyr BLS
2730 5 May 28 William, duke, confessor GTZ: Brixen, southern France
2731 5 May 29 Clarus, bishop (of Lectoure) (Translation) GTZ: Puy
2732 5 May 29 Conon and son, martyrs BLS
2733 5 May 29 Cyril, martyr BLS
2734 5 May 29 Eutropius, bishop WTS (Bruges)
2735 5 May 29 Germanus, bishop (of Paris) PCP (Paris)
4218 5 May 29 Marmenie, and companions, martyrs [Rom] A.S.
2736 5 May 29 Maximinus, bishop (of Trier), confessor BLS; GTZ; HCC
2737 5 May 29 Maximus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Breslau, France
2738 5 May 29 Richard Thirkeld, martyr BLS
2739 5 May 29 Sisinnius, Martyrius and Alexander, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Trent
2740 5 May 29 Winebald, king (of Burgundy), confessor GTZ: Langres
2746 5 May 30 Felix (I), pope, martyr common; GTZ: Switzerland, one or more religious orders, southern France
2747 5 May 30 Ferdinand (III), king (of Castile and Leon), confessor BLS
2748 5 May 30 Ferreolus and Ferrutius, martyrs (at Besançon) (Translation) GTZ: Besançon
4115 5 May 30 Hubert, bishio, confessor Halle, Magdeburg. - Soissons (mon.)
2749 5 May 30 Joan (of Arc), martyr BLS
2750 5 May 30 John Nepomucen, martyr BLS: England (+ 1393)
2751 5 May 30 Maguil, recluse BLS
2752 5 May 30 Maximinus, bishop (of Trier) PCP (Paris)
2753 5 May 30 Peregrinus, bishop, confessor WTS (Bruges)
4283 5 May 30 Peter and Laurence, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.).
2754 5 May 30 Stephen, king (of Hungary), confessor (Invention of his right hand) GTZ: Hungary
2755 5 May 30 Thomas Cottam, martyr BLS
2756 5 May 30 Walstan BLS: Norwich
2758 5 May 31 Angela Merici, virgin BLS
2759 5 May 31 Cantius, Cantianus, Cantianilla, (and Protus), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Aquileia, northern Germany; PCP (Paris)
4357 5 May 31 Marie miraculorum festum Bourges
2760 5 May 31 Petronilla, virgin common; WTS (Bruges), sometimes bishop, martyr); PCP (Paris), as Peronnelle
2761 5 May 31 Simplicianus, martyr GTZ: Poitiers
2757 5 May 31 The Visitation
1936 6 June 1 Caprais, abbot BLS
1937 6 June 1 Clarus, bishop (of Lectoure) GTZ: southern France
1938 6 June 1 Faustinus and companions, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg, Halberstadt
1939 6 June 1 Florus, bishop (of Lodève), confessor (Translation?) GTZ: Clermont
1940 6 June 1 John Storey, martyr BLS
1941 6 June 1 Jovinus, abbot (at Poitiers) GTZ: Poitiers
1942 6 June 1 Justin, martyr common
1943 6 June 1 Maianus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Béziers
1944 6 June 1 Medulf, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor GTZ: Clermont
1945 6 June 1 Nicomedes, martyr common
1946 6 June 1 Pamphilus, priest, martyr BLS
1947 6 June 1 Peter (of Pisa) BLS
4010 6 June 1 Proculus, martyr (Bologna) A.S., D. - Benedictiner (Casinenser).
1948 6 June 1 Reverianus and Paul, martyrs (at Autun) GTZ: Autun
1949 6 June 1 Ronanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Brittany
4003 6 June 1 Secundus, martyr [Amelia] A.S., Turin.
1950 6 June 1 Simeon, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
4642 6 June 1 Tecle, virgin Brixen
1951 6 June 1 Wistan, martyr BLS
2058 6 June 2 Adalgisus, abbot GTZ: Laon
2059 6 June 2 Erasmus, bishop, martyr (sometimes confessor) common; GTZ: Augustinians, Benedictines, Franciscans; 6082, in red
2060 6 June 2 Maria Anne de Parades BLS
4635 6 June 2 Nicholas Peregrini, confessor (+ 1098) Juni 2: [Trani, Patron] A.S.
4640 6 June 2 Oda, Archbishop (of Canturbury) (+ 958, circa). UK and Belgium
2061 6 June 2 Peter and Marcellinus, martyrs common; WTS (Bruges), without Peter; PCP (Paris), as Mathurin
2062 6 June 2 Photinus, bishop, (and companions), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Lyon
2170 6 June 3 Cecilius BLS
2171 6 June 3 Celestinus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
2172 6 June 3 Charles Lwanga and companions, martyrs MR
2173 6 June 3 Chlothildis, queen (of France) BLS; GTZ: Soissons
4620 6 June 3 Coni, monk (order of St. Benedict) Marsico
2175 6 June 3 Erasmus, bishop, martyr (sometimes only confessor) GTZ; HCC
2176 6 June 3 Genesius, bishop (in Auvergne) BLS; GTZ: Clermont
2177 6 June 3 Hilarius, bishop (of Carcassonne), confessor GTZ: Narbonne
2174 6 June 3 Kevin, abbot (sometimes bishop) BLS
2178 6 June 3 Lifard, priest, abbot BLS: Orleans; GTZ: Paris, Reims, Sens, Tours; PCP (Paris)
2179 6 June 3 Morandus, confessor GTZ: Basel
2180 6 June 3 Pergentinus and Laurentinus, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg, Metz, Hungary
4411 6 June 3 Richard Rosbel, and Hugo Rich, martyr Martyrs under Henry VIII, (+1534), Guardian of the Fransiscans
4571 6 June 3 Richardus, priest, reception of bones Reception of Bones at St. Riquier in 980 by Hugh Capet
2186 6 June 4 Afra, virgin, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Augsburg
2187 6 June 4 Breaca (Breague), virgin BLS: Ireland
2188 6 June 4 Burian BLS
2189 6 June 4 Cyprian, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4314 6 June 4 Nichomedis, martyr Bremen, Breslau, Lübeck.
2190 6 June 4 Ninnoc, virgin, abbess BLS; GTZ: Vannes
2191 6 June 4 Optatus, bishop BLS
2192 6 June 4 Panthalin PCP (Paris)
2193 6 June 4 Petroc, hermit, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: England
2194 6 June 4 Quirinus, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: Amiens, Aquileia, Trier, Hungary
4430 6 June 4 Saturnine, virgin, martyr [Arras] A.S.
2195 6 June 4 Walter, abbot (of Fontenelle) BLS
2196 6 June 5 Boniface, bishop (of Mayence), and companions, martyrs common; HCC, in red; PRI: England
2197 6 June 5 Dorotheus (of Tyre), martyr BLS
2198 6 June 5 Dorotheus (the Theban) BLS
2199 6 June 5 Illidius, bishop (of Clermont) BLS; GTZ: Clermont
4492 6 June 5 Marcian, Nicander and companions, martyrs (+ 303) Egypt. Marcian, Nicander, Hyperechius, Apollonius, Leonidas, Arius, Gorgias, Pambo, and the women martyrs Selenia and Irene
4138 6 June 5 Nicholas of Tolentino, priest, confessor (cannonization) (1446)
2200 6 June 6 Agobard, bishop (of Lyon), martyr GTZ: Lyon
2201 6 June 6 Aldric, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Sens
4073 6 June 6 Alexander, bishop (of Fiesole) [Fiesole] A. S.
2202 6 June 6 Artemius and family (Candide et Pauline), martyrs GTZ: Trier, Aix, Amiens
2203 6 June 6 Bertrand, bishop (of LeMans) (Translation) GTZ: LeMans
2204 6 June 6 Bonitus, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Clermont
2205 6 June 6 Claudius, bishop (of Besançon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Switzerland, Metz, southern France
2206 6 June 6 Colmoc, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
2207 6 June 6 Gudwal, bishop (of St. Malo), confessor BLS; GTZ: St. Malo
2208 6 June 6 Jarlath BLS: Tuam, Ireland
2209 6 June 6 Norbert, bishop (of Magdeburg), confessor common
2210 6 June 6 Philip (the Deacon) BLS; GTZ: Teutonic Knights, Langres
2211 6 June 6 Pontius PCP (Paris)
4328 6 June 6 Saturnini, martyr Bremen
4467 6 June 6 Viginti Martyrs (20 martyrs) Martyred in Tarsus under Simplicius, (+ 304)
2212 6 June 6 Vincent, bishop, martyr (sometimes only confessor) GTZ: Gnesen, Magdeburg
2213 6 June 7 Colman, bishop (of Dromore) BLS
4563 6 June 7 Deocarus, abbot (of Herrieden), Eichstädt] A.S.
2214 6 June 7 Fortunatus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Trier
2215 6 June 7 Godeschalc, prince (of the Vandals), martyr BLS
2216 6 June 7 Godoald, bishop, confessor GTZ: Sens
2217 6 June 7 Luciana, virgin, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4253 6 June 7 Marcellin, bishop of (of Velaun?) [Puy, S. Paulien] A.S.
2218 6 June 7 Maximinus, bishop (of Aix), confessor GTZ: Aix
2219 6 June 7 Meriadec, bishop (of Vannes) BLS: Brittany
2220 6 June 7 Paul, bishop (of Constantinople), martyr BLS; GTZ: Trier, Amiens, Tours
2221 6 June 7 Procopius PCP (Paris), as Proces
2222 6 June 7 Robert, abbot (of Chichester) PRI: England
2223 6 June 7 Robert, abbot (of Newminster, Northumberland) BLS
2224 6 June 7 Servatius, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr) (Translation) GTZ: Liège, Utrecht
2225 6 June 7 Willibald BLS
2226 6 June 7 Wulstan, bishop (of Worcester), confessor (Translation) GTZ: England
2227 6 June 8 Audomar, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: St. Omer
2228 6 June 8 Chlodulph, bishop (of Metz) BLS
2229 6 June 8 Elphege, bishop, martyr (Translation) Originally Ælfheah, GTZ: England
4282 6 June 8 Germanus, martyr, and companions Genoa, Catalonia, A.S.
2230 6 June 8 Gildard, bishop (of Rouen), confessor BLS; GTZ: Metz, France, England; PCP (Paris)
2231 6 June 8 Marius, hermit GTZ: Clermont
2232 6 June 8 Maximinus, bishop (of Aix en Provence) BLS
2233 6 June 8 Medard, bishop (of Noyon), confessor common
2234 6 June 8 Sabinianus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Puy
2235 6 June 8 Syra (of Ireland), virgin BLS
2236 6 June 8 Syria, virgin (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
2237 6 June 8 Trojecia, virgin (at Rodez) GTZ: Rodez
2238 6 June 8 William, bishop (of York), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
2239 6 June 9 Alexander, martyr GTZ: Russia
4136 6 June 9 Anthony de Padua, translation Cluniacenser. Antonii cf. fratr. min. (pb., mon., de Padua, Lusitani) (+ 1231, can. 1232)
2240 6 June 9 Columba, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2241 6 June 9 Edmund, bishop (of Canturbury), confessor (Translation) GTZ: England
2242 6 June 9 Ephraim, deacon, Doctor of the Church MR
4243 6 June 9 Georgius, monk [Vabres] A.S.
2243 6 June 9 Liborius, bishop (of LeMans), confessor GTZ: LeMans
2244 6 June 9 Pelagia, virgin, martyr BLS
2245 6 June 9 Primus and Felicianus, martyrs common
2246 6 June 9 Richard, bishop (of Andria, Apulia) BLS
2247 6 June 9 Vincent, deacon, martyr BLS
1952 6 June 10 Amantius, martyr GTZ: Metz
1953 6 June 10 Anianus, bishop (of Chartres) GTZ: Chartres
3988 6 June 10 Barnabas (Vigil) common; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
1954 6 June 10 Censurius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
1955 6 June 10 Evremundus, abbot GTZ: Senlis
1956 6 June 10 Fortunatus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
1957 6 June 10 Getulius, (Amancius, and Cerealus), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Trier
1958 6 June 10 Henry (of Treviso), confessor BLS
4611 6 June 10 Ithamar, bishop (of Rochester) Rochester, (+655-664)
4519 6 June 10 Ivo, priest, translation [Ely, S. Ives] D. (als ep.), London (Westminster) (+1303, cannonized 1347)
1959 6 June 10 Jodocus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Liège
1960 6 June 10 Landericus, bishop (of Paris), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
1961 6 June 10 Landoald, bishop WTS (Bruges)
1962 6 June 10 Margaret, queen (of Scotland) BLS; PRI: England
1963 6 June 10 Maurinus, abbot, martyr GTZ: Cologne
4476 6 June 10 Olive, virgin, martyr [Palermo] A.S.
1964 6 June 10 Onuphrius, hermit, confessor GTZ: Augsburg
4272 6 June 10 Pantaleonis, martyr Mailand (Ambros.), shifted because of Nazarii and Celsus
4130 6 June 10 Rogati, martyr Utrecht
4236 6 June 10 Zacharie, prophet S. Denis en Fr
1965 6 June 11 Barnabas, apostle, martyr common; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
4477 6 June 11 Olive, virgin [Anagni] E. (A.S., D.: Juni 3).
1966 6 June 11 Onuphrius, hermit, confessor GTZ: Basel, Freising, Worms
1967 6 June 11 Reimbert, bishop (of Bremen), confessor GTZ: Bremen
1969 6 June 11 Tochumra (in Munster), virgin BLS: Tochumra in Munster
1968 6 June 11 Tochumra, virgin BLS: Kilmore, Ireland
1970 6 June 12 Basilides, Quirinus, Nabor and Nazarius (and Celsus), martyrs common; PCP (Paris), as Basille
1971 6 June 12 Cunera HCC
1972 6 June 12 Eskill, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: Scandinavia
4520 6 June 12 Evurtius, Bishop (of Orléans) Orleans
1973 6 June 12 John (of Sahagun), hermit, confessor BLS
4450 6 June 12 Maximus, martyr [Brescia] D.
1974 6 June 12 Nabor and Nazarius, martyrs GTZ: St. Avold
1975 6 June 12 Odulph, confessor GTZ: Cologne; HCC, in red
1976 6 June 12 Onuphrius, monk BLS
1977 6 June 12 Pharaildis, virgin GTZ: Artois
1978 6 June 12 Rufus, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1979 6 June 12 Ternan, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1980 6 June 12 Ursinus, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
1981 6 June 13 Agricius, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Sens
1982 6 June 13 Anthony (of Padua), priest, confessor, Doctor of the Church common; GTZ: Franciscans
4374 6 June 13 Bartholomew, apostle (Translation) Frankfurt, older necrology
1983 6 June 13 Damhnade, virgin BLS: Fermanagh
1984 6 June 13 Felicola, virgin, martyr GTZ: Cologne, Trier, Worms, France
1985 6 June 13 Landoald, bishop, confessor GTZ: Bruges
1986 6 June 13 Leo (III), pope PCP (Paris)
1987 6 June 13 Onuphrius, hermit, confessor GTZ: Constance, Mainz
1988 6 June 13 Ragnobert, martyr GTZ: Lyon
1989 6 June 13 Thomas Woodhouse, martyr BLS
1990 6 June 13 Valerian, bishop WTS (Bruges)
1991 6 June 13 Valericus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4199 6 June 14 Anastasius, priest, and companions (Felicis et Digne), martyrs [Cordova] A. S.
1992 6 June 14 Anianus, bishop (of Orléans), confessor (Translation) GTZ: France
1993 6 June 14 Basil (the Great), bishop (of Caesarea), confessor common; WTS (Bruges), in red
1994 6 June 14 Dogmael BLS: Brittany
1995 6 June 14 Eliseus, prophet GTZ: Carmelites
1996 6 June 14 Etherius, bishop (of Vienne) GTZ: Vienne
4530 6 June 14 Exuperius, bishop (of Toulouse), confessor Toulouse, France
1997 6 June 14 Mansuetus, bishop (of Toul), confessor (with Remacle) (Translation) GTZ: Toul
1998 6 June 14 Methodius, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
1999 6 June 14 Nennus (Nehemias) BLS
2000 6 June 14 Protus, martyr GTZ: Aquileia
2001 6 June 14 Psalmodius BLS
2002 6 June 14 Rigobert, bishop (of Reims), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Reims
2003 6 June 14 Rufinus and Valerius, martyrs (at Soissons) BLS; GTZ: Bremen, Paderborn, France; HCC, without Rufinus; PCP (Paris), as Valerien
2004 6 June 14 Rusticus, martyr GTZ: Trier
2005 6 June 15 Abraham, confessor GTZ: Clermont
2006 6 June 15 Bernard (of Menthon) BLS
2007 6 June 15 Eadburga, virgin GTZ: England; PRI: England
2008 6 June 15 Ferreolus, priest (sometimes bishop, confessor) WTS (Bruges)
2009 6 June 15 Florus PCP (Paris)
2010 6 June 15 Germaine Cousin, virgin BLS
2011 6 June 15 Landelin, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
2012 6 June 15 Vauge, hermit BLS
2013 6 June 15 Vitus, Modestus and Crescentia, martyrs common; HCC, without Crescentia
2014 6 June 16 Aurelianus, bishop (of Arles), confessor BLS; GTZ: Arles
2015 6 June 16 Aureus and Justina, martyrs GTZ: Mainz, Cologne, Trier; HCC
2016 6 June 16 Benno, bishop GTZ: Meissen
4037 6 June 16 Diogenes, martyr Turin, 17th in Rome
2017 6 June 16 Elzearus, count (of Arian), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Apt
4493 6 June 16 Felix, confessor [Spoleto] D
2018 6 June 16 Ferreolus, priest, and Ferrutius, deacon, martyrs (at Besançon) BLS; GTZ: Metz, Genf, Lausanne, Fritzlar, France; PCP (Paris)
2019 6 June 16 Leguntius and Frominius, bishops (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
2020 6 June 16 Martialis, bishop, confessor GTZ: Domininicans
2021 6 June 16 Quiricus and Julitta, martyrs BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)
2022 6 June 16 Quirinus, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Freising
2023 6 June 16 Richard, bishop (of Chichester), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Salisbury
2024 6 June 16 Verolus, priest, confessor GTZ: Langres
2025 6 June 16 Vitus and Modestus, martyrs WTS (Bruges)
2026 6 June 16 William, abbot (at Roskild), confessor GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
4264 6 June 17 Adrian and Natalie, Martyrs Toledo (Mozarab.).
4090 6 June 17 Alexii (Alexis), confessor (laici) (wegen Dedic. eccl.) Aachen, Utrecht
2027 6 June 17 Antidius, bishop (of Besançon), martyr GTZ: Besançon
2028 6 June 17 Apollinaris, bishop (of Valence), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Valence
2029 6 June 17 Arsacius, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Freising
2030 6 June 17 Avitus, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Trier, France; PCP (Paris)
2031 6 June 17 Botulph, abbot, confessor (and Adulph) BLS; GTZ: Scandinavia, England, Sleswig; PCP (Paris)
2032 6 June 17 Cyria and Musca, virgins GTZ: Aquileia
4494 6 June 17 Diogenes, martyr [Rom] D. (June 16 in Turin)
4232 6 June 17 Elias, prophet Fransiscan, (rapture?)
2033 6 June 17 Five Saints, martyrs GTZ: Hildesheim
2034 6 June 17 Gundulf, bishop, confessor GTZ: Bourges, Sens
2035 6 June 17 Herveus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Brittany
2037 6 June 17 Molingus (Dairchilla) BLS
4535 6 June 17 Montanus, martyr [Terracina] A.S.
2036 6 June 17 Nectanus, martyr GTZ: Exeter
2038 6 June 17 Nicander and Marcian, martyrs BLS; 6082, in red
4564 6 June 17 Paula, virgin Hamburg
2039 6 June 17 Prior, hermit BLS
2040 6 June 17 Quiriacus, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr GTZ: Bremen; WTS (Bruges), with Julitta
2041 6 June 17 Romanus, bishop (of Rouen), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
3965 6 June 17 Sun enters Cancer
2042 6 June 17 Veredemus, bishop (of Avignon) GTZ: Arles
2043 6 June 18 Amand, bishop (of Bordeaux) BLS
2044 6 June 18 Autbert, bishop (of Avranches), confessor GTZ: Avranches
2045 6 June 18 Elizabeth, abbess (of Sconauge) BLS
2046 6 June 18 Ephraim (the Syrian), monk BLS
2047 6 June 18 Fortunatus, bishop GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2048 6 June 18 Henry, bishop (of Uppsala), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Abo
2049 6 June 18 Marcus and Marcellianus, martyrs common; WTS (Bruges), without Marcus
2050 6 June 18 Marina, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
4213 6 June 18 Potentinus, Felicius and Simplicius, martyrs [Köln, Steinfeld, Patrone] A.S.
2051 6 June 19 Boniface, bishop, martyr BLS: Russia
2052 6 June 19 Deodatus, bishop (of Nevers), confessor BLS; GTZ: Nevers, Toul
2053 6 June 19 Gervasius and Protasius, martyrs common; 6082, in red
2054 6 June 19 Juliana Falconieri BLS
2055 6 June 19 Margaret, queen (of Scotland) (Translation) GTZ: Scotland
4599 6 June 19 Michaeline, widow Tertiary of Order S. Francis. (+1356) [Pesaro, Stadtpatronin] A.S.
4610 6 June 19 Nazarius, bishop (of Istria) [Capo d'Istria] A.S.
2056 6 June 19 Romuald, abbot, confessor MR; GTZ: Camaldoensians
2057 6 June 19 Sebastian Newdigate, martyr BLS
4554 6 June 20 Anthony (of Padua), priest, confessor (Octave Fransiscans
2063 6 June 20 Bain, bishop (of Thérouanne) common
2064 6 June 20 Crispinus and Crispinianus, martyrs GTZ: Winchester (Passion); Osnabrück (Translation)
2065 6 June 20 Crispinus and Vitalis, martyrs GTZ: Metz, Verdun, Lyon
2066 6 June 20 Deodatus, bishop (of Nevers), confessor GTZ: Basel, Strassburg
2067 6 June 20 Edward, king (of England), martyr (Translation) GTZ: England
4431 6 June 20 Eusebius, bishop, confessor Worms
4167 6 June 20 Florentius, virgin Mailand (Ambros.). - Toledo (Mozarab.). - Cluniacenser.
2068 6 June 20 Gemma, virgin, martyr GTZ: Saintes
2069 6 June 20 Genulf, bishop (of Cahors), confessor GTZ: Albi, Bourges
2070 6 June 20 Gobain, martyr BLS
2071 6 June 20 Idaberga (Edberge) BLS
2072 6 June 20 Latuinus, bishop (of Séez) GTZ: Séez
2073 6 June 20 Leotfredus (Leufredus) PCP (Paris)
2074 6 June 20 Maximinus, bishop (of Tongres ) and Trier
4575 6 June 20 Paulinus, bishop (of Nola), confessor Speyer, normally June-22
2075 6 June 20 Regina, virgin, martyr GTZ: Paderborn only; HCC
4414 6 June 20 Rufine and Martine, virgins Utrecht
2076 6 June 20 Silverius, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
2077 6 June 20 Stephen, protomartyr (Translation) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
2078 6 June 20 Vitalis, martyr WTS (Bruges)
2079 6 June 21 Aaron, abbot BLS
2080 6 June 21 Alban, martyr GTZ; WTS (Bruges)
2081 6 June 21 Aloysius Gonzaga, confessor common
2082 6 June 21 Eusebius (of Samosata), bishop, martyr BLS
2083 6 June 21 Eusebius, bishop (of Caesaria), confessor GTZ: Sens
2084 6 June 21 Florence PCP (Paris), as Florent
2085 6 June 21 Leufred, abbot (at Evreux), confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Paris, Rouen, Norway; PCP (Paris)
2086 6 June 21 Mevennus, abbot BLS; GTZ: Brittany
2087 6 June 21 Ralph, monk, bishop (of Bourges) BLS
4495 6 June 21 Rufinus and Martia, martyrs [Syracuse] A.S.
2088 6 June 22 Aaron, monk GTZ: St. Malo
2089 6 June 22 Achatius and ten thousand companions, martyrs GTZ: Salzburg, France
2090 6 June 22 Alban, martyr (protomartyr of England) BLS; GTZ: England, Scotland, Skandinavia, France; PRI: England
2091 6 June 22 Albinus, martyr GTZ: Cologne, Trier
4174 6 June 22 Blasius, bishop (of Verona) Verona
4219 6 June 22 Brictus, bishop (of Tours) (Translation) Tours
2092 6 June 22 Consortia, virgin GTZ: Cluny, Arles, Lyon
2093 6 June 22 James, (the Less), apostle GTZ
2094 6 June 22 John Fisher, bishop, martyr common
2095 6 June 22 Julian (Levite), martyr GTZ: Augsburg, Chur, Freising, Strassburg
2096 6 June 22 Paulinus, bishop (of Nola), confessor common; GTZ: Mainz, one or more religious orders, France; 6082, in red
2097 6 June 22 Riquardus, martyr (sometimes bishop, confessor) WTS (Bruges)
2098 6 June 22 Rotrudis, virgin GTZ: Tournai, St. Andrews
2099 6 June 22 Ten thousand martyrs GTZ; HCC
2100 6 June 22 Thomas More, martyr MR
2101 6 June 23 Avitus, priest, confessor GTZ: Metz
2103 6 June 23 Ediltrudis, virgin GTZ: Trier
2102 6 June 23 Etheldreda, virgin GTZ; PRI: England (as queen), (+ 679)
4116 6 June 23 Felicis, priest, martyr [Sutri] A.S.
2105 6 June 23 John the Baptist (Vigil of Nativity) common
4255 6 June 23 John, priest, martyr (in Rome) Mailand (Ambros.), [Rom] A.S.
2104 6 June 23 Mary (of Oignies) BLS
2106 6 June 24 Agoard and Agilbert, martyrs GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2107 6 June 24 Bartholomew, monk BLS
2108 6 June 24 John the Baptist (Nativity) common
2109 6 June 24 Martyrs of Rome BLS
2110 6 June 24 Patroclus, martyr (Portatio) GTZ: Soest
2111 6 June 25 Adalbert, monk, confessor BLS; GTZ: Trier
2112 6 June 25 Agoard and Agilbert, martyrs BLS
2113 6 June 25 Amandus and Domnolenus, confessors GTZ: Limoges, Périgueux
4026 6 June 25 Cyneburh, Abbess (of Glouscester) Glouscester
2114 6 June 25 David, abbot GTZ: Scandinavia
2115 6 June 25 Eligius, bishop (of Noyon), confessor (Translation (but not always called such)) GTZ: Salzburg, Chur, Meissen, Metz, France; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges), in red
2116 6 June 25 Emilianus, bishop (of Nantes), martyr GTZ: Nantes
2117 6 June 25 Fridolinus, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Switzerland
2118 6 June 25 Gallicanus, martyr GTZ: Regensburg, France
2119 6 June 25 Iterius, bishop (of Nevers), confessor GTZ: Nevers
2120 6 June 25 Kanute, duke of Sleswig
2121 6 June 25 Lebuinus, confessor GTZ: Utrecht (Translation); HCC, in red
2122 6 June 25 Luan, abbot (of Bangor) BLS
4038 6 June 25 Mark, apostle (Inventio corporis, apparitio) [Venedig] E.
2124 6 June 25 Maximus, bishop (of Turin) BLS
2123 6 June 25 Moloc, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
2125 6 June 25 Pecinna, virgin GTZ: Poitiers
2126 6 June 25 Prosper (of Aquitaine), confessor BLS
2127 6 June 25 Radbod, bishop, confessor (Translation (of Lebwin and Radbod)) GTZ: Utrecht
2128 6 June 25 Saturninus, bishop (of Toulouse), martyr GTZ: Toulouse, Narbonne (Translation); Limoges (Revelation)
2129 6 June 25 Severa, virgin GTZ: Paderborn
2130 6 June 25 Simplicius, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
2131 6 June 25 Sisters of Charity of Arras, martyrs BLS
4215 6 June 25 Solomon, king (of Brittany)
2132 6 June 25 Vindicianus, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor GTZ: Cambrai
2133 6 June 25 William (of Montevergine) BLS
2134 6 June 26 Anthelm, bishop (of Bellay) BLS
2135 6 June 26 Babolen, abbot (of St.-Pierre-des-Fosses) BLS; GTZ: Paris
2136 6 June 26 Hilarius, bishop (of Poitiers), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Poitiers
2137 6 June 26 John and Paul, martyrs common; 6082, in red
2138 6 June 26 Leo (II), pope PCP (Paris)
2139 6 June 26 Maxentius, abbot BLS
2140 6 June 26 Maxentius, bishop (of Poitiers), confessor GTZ: Poitiers
2141 6 June 26 Raingarda, widow BLS
2142 6 June 26 Salvius, martyr GTZ: Cambrai
2143 6 June 26 Vigilius, bishop (of Trent), martyr BLS; GTZ: Trent
4214 6 June 27 Acculus, Evangelius, and companions, martyrs Martyrology of Jerome
4039 6 June 27 Crescenti and companions, martyrs [Cordova] A.S.
2144 6 June 27 Crispinus and Crispinianus, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Metz
2145 6 June 27 Cyril (of Alexandria), bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
2146 6 June 27 Florentinus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Tours
2147 6 June 27 Fuscian, Victoricus and Gentian, martyrs (Invention) GTZ: Amiens
2148 6 June 27 Hilary (Hilarinus), martyr WTS (Bruges)
2149 6 June 27 Ireneus and companions, martyrs (at Lyon) GTZ: Aix, Narbonne
2150 6 June 27 John (of Moutier and Chinon), priest BLS
2152 6 June 27 John and Paul PCP (Paris)
2151 6 June 27 Ladislas (I), king (of Hungary), confessor BLS; GTZ: Hungary, Gnesen
2153 6 June 27 Poma, virgin GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
2154 6 June 27 Seven Sleepers, martyrs GTZ: Mainz, Cologne, Bremen, Magdeburg, Trier; HCC
4237 6 June 27 Symphorose, and her seven children (Crescentius, Julianus, Nemesius, Primitivus, Justinus, Stacteus, Eugenius), martyrs Mailand (Ambros)
2155 6 June 27 Visitation PCP (Paris): Notre Dame
2156 6 June 27 Wenceslas, king, martyr (Recollection of his bones) GTZ: Prague
2157 6 June 28 Benignus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Utrecht
2160 6 June 28 Herais, martyr BLS
2161 6 June 28 Hero and Serenus, martyrs BLS
2158 6 June 28 Irenaeus, bishop (of Lyon), and companions, martyrs (at Lyon) common; GTZ: Lyon, and elsewhere
2159 6 June 28 John Southworth, martyr BLS
2162 6 June 28 Leo (II), pope, confessor common
2163 6 June 28 Lupercius, martyr GTZ: Auch
2164 6 June 28 Marcella, martyr BLS
2165 6 June 28 Peter and Paul (Vigil) common
2166 6 June 28 Plutarch, Serenus, and Heraclidas, martyrs BLS
2167 6 June 28 Potomiana and Basilides, martyrs BLS
2168 6 June 29 Emma, widow BLS
2169 6 June 29 Peter and Paul, apostles common
2181 6 June 30 Bertrand, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
2182 6 June 30 Erintrudis, virgin GTZ: Salzburg
2183 6 June 30 Martial, bishop (of Limoges) BLS; PCP (Paris)
2184 6 June 30 Paul, apostle (Commemoration) common; 6082, in red
2185 6 June 30 Protomartyrs of the Roman Church MR
1545 7 July 1 Calais, abbot (of Ancille) BLS
1546 7 July 1 Carileffus, priest GTZ: Chartres, Rouen, Tours, Durham
1547 7 July 1 Cybar, recluse BLS
1548 7 July 1 Domitian, abbot, confessor GTZ: Lyon
1549 7 July 1 Eparchius, priest (at Angoulême), confessor GTZ: Angoulême, Saintes, Limoges
1550 7 July 1 Gaius, pope, martyr GTZ: Bamberg
1551 7 July 1 Gall, bishop (of Clermont) BLS; GTZ: Clermont
1552 7 July 1 Golvinus, bishop (of Léon), confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
1553 7 July 1 John the Baptist (Octave) common; 6082, in red
1554 7 July 1 Julius and Aaron, martyrs BLS
1555 7 July 1 Leonore, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Lunaire
1556 7 July 1 Leontius, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
1557 7 July 1 Monegundis, virgin GTZ: Liège
1558 7 July 1 Oliver Plunkett, martyr BLS
4532 7 July 1 Relics of Bayeux Bayeux
1559 7 July 1 Rumold, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: Liège, Cambrai, Scotland
1560 7 July 1 Servanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
1561 7 July 1 Simeon Salus BLS
1562 7 July 1 Sophia, widow, and daughters (Faith, Hope, and Charity), martyrs GTZ: Freising, Minden, Sitten
1563 7 July 1 Theobald, priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Mainz, Trier, Metz, Switzerland, France; PCP (Paris)
1564 7 July 1 Theoderic (Thierry), abbot (of Mont d'Hor), confessor BLS; GTZ: Reims
1697 7 July 2 Martial PCP (Paris): Notre Dame
1698 7 July 2 Monegundes, matron, recluse BLS; GTZ: Tours
1699 7 July 2 Otto, bishop (of Bamberg) BLS
1700 7 July 2 Oudoceus, bishop (of Landaff) BLS
1701 7 July 2 Processus and Martinianus, martyrs common; HCC, without Martinianus
1702 7 July 2 Swithun, bishop (of Winchester), confessor GTZ: England, Norway; PRI: England
1696 7 July 2 The Visitation
1824 7 July 3 Appolin PCP (Paris)
1825 7 July 3 Bertran, bishop (of Le Mans) BLS
4040 7 July 3 Gregory, bishop, martyr Turin.
1826 7 July 3 Gunthiern, abbot BLS
1827 7 July 3 Guthagon, recluse BLS
1828 7 July 3 Leo (II), pope BLS
1829 7 July 3 Marinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
4079 7 July 3 Martial, bishop (of Limoges) Rouen. - Domini ultramontani (im Missaltext).
3997 7 July 3 Mustiola, virgin, martyr
1830 7 July 3 Phocas, martyr BLS
1831 7 July 3 Raymond, confessor (at Toulouse) GTZ: Toulouse
1832 7 July 3 Sidronius, martyr GTZ: Sens
4315 7 July 3 Theobald, hermit, confessor, martyr Konstanz, Bourges, Chur, Vicenza (translation) (+ 1066 Juni 30) , also July 1 many places
1833 7 July 3 Thomas, apostle (Translation) common
4581 7 July 4 Antoninus, martyr [Piacenza] A. S.
1849 7 July 4 Bertha, widow, abbess (of Blangy in Artois) BLS
1850 7 July 4 Bolcan BLS
1851 7 July 4 Elizabeth Lusitania MR
1852 7 July 4 Finbar, abbot BLS
1853 7 July 4 Laurianus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bourges
1854 7 July 4 Martin, bishop (of Tours), confessor (Translation, Ordination) HCC, PCP (Paris), in red; WTS (Bruges), sometimes in red
1855 7 July 4 Odo, bishop (of Canterbury) BLS
1857 7 July 4 Procopius, abbot (at Prague), confessor GTZ: Prague, Gnesen, Meissen
1858 7 July 4 Sisoes, anchorite BLS
1859 7 July 4 Ulric, bishop (of Augsburg) confessor common, also Odalric/Otheric (in GTZ)
1860 7 July 5 Antonio Maria Zaccaria, priest common
1861 7 July 5 Catherine, virgin, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Regensburg
1862 7 July 5 Domitian (Donation, Dominic, Dominica), bishop, confessor, or martyr WTS (Bruges) (as Domitian), PCP (Paris), as Dominic
1864 7 July 5 Edana, virgin BLS
4154 7 July 5 Goar, confessor Tournai
1865 7 July 5 Jacutus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Tours
4521 7 July 5 Lauriani, bishop (of Spain), martyr Bourges
4182 7 July 5 Margaret, virgin, martyr Mailand (Ambros.)
1866 7 July 5 Modwena BLS
1867 7 July 5 Nicomedes, martyr HCC
1868 7 July 5 Numerianus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
1869 7 July 5 Paul, bishop (of Sens) GTZ: Sens
1870 7 July 5 Peter (of Luxemburg), bishop (of Metz), cardinal, confessor BLS
1871 7 July 5 Wendelin, confessor GTZ: Strassburg, Trier (Translation)
4396 7 July 5 Zoe, wife (of Nicostratus), martyr (+ 286)Bremen, [Salzburg], Utrecht. - [Rom] A.S.
4592 7 July 6 Cyriaca, virgin. martyr (+307) in Nicomedia. Also Dominica
1872 7 July 6 Fortunatus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Magdeburg
4579 7 July 6 Gervasius, deacon, martyr Châlon-sur-Saône, A.S
1873 7 July 6 Goar, priest, confessor (at Trier) BLS; GTZ
4603 7 July 6 Godeleve, virgin, martyr (+ 1070) Juli 6: [Tournai, Ghistel]
1874 7 July 6 Gudula, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Brussels
4175 7 July 6 Isaiah, prophet Halle
1875 7 July 6 Julian, achoret BLS
1876 7 July 6 Lawrence (of Brindisi) BLS
1877 7 July 6 Maria Goretti, virgin, martyr MR
1878 7 July 6 Moninna BLS
1879 7 July 6 Palladius, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
1880 7 July 6 Peter and Paul, apostles (Octave) common; 6082, in red
4074 7 July 6 Romulus, bishop (of Fiesole) [Fiesole] A.S.
1881 7 July 6 Severus, bishop (of Avranches), confessor GTZ: Avranches
1882 7 July 6 Sexburgis, matron, abbess BLS; GTZ: Winchester
1884 7 July 6 Suitbert, bishop (of Verdun), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Cologne
4594 7 July 6 Syrus, bishop (of Genoa), translation Translation of relics, main feast June-29 (+ 381)
1883 7 July 6 Thomas More, martyr BLS
4041 7 July 6 Tranquillini, martyr Mailand (Ambros.), [Rom] A.S.
4618 7 July 7 Anniversary of our Brothers Dominican
1885 7 July 7 Begga, widow GTZ: Liège, Mons
1886 7 July 7 Benedict (XI), pope BLS
1887 7 July 7 Claudius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Breslau, Lebus, northern France, Genf
1888 7 July 7 Cyril and Methodius, bishops BLS
1889 7 July 7 Domitian WTS (Bruges)
1890 7 July 7 Edelburga BLS; PRI: England
1891 7 July 7 Euphrosyne and Florentia, virgins GTZ: Sleswig
1892 7 July 7 Felix, bishop (of Nantes) BLS; GTZ: Nantes
1893 7 July 7 Hedda, monk (of St. Hilda's), bishop (of the West Saxons) BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
1894 7 July 7 Martialis, bishop, confessor GTZ: Carmelites
1895 7 July 7 Maternianus, bishop GTZ: Bremen, Verdun, Minden
1896 7 July 7 Natuitus, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier
1897 7 July 7 Nicostratus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
1898 7 July 7 Pantaenus, Father of the Church BLS
1899 7 July 7 Peter, subdeacon WTS (Bruges)
4547 7 July 7 Processus and Martinianus, martyrs Lubeck
1900 7 July 7 Thomas Becket, bishop (of Canturbury), martyr (Translation) GTZ: England, France; PCP (Paris)
1901 7 July 7 Willebald, bishop (of Eichstädt), confessor common
1902 7 July 8 Adrian Fortescue, martyr BLS
1903 7 July 8 Aquila and Priscilla, martyrs GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne, Amiens
1904 7 July 8 Auspicius, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
1905 7 July 8 Barbara (Translation) HCC
1906 7 July 8 Bosilus, abbot GTZ: Durham
1907 7 July 8 Claudius and companions PCP (Paris)
4630 7 July 8 Disibodus, bishop, confessor Also Sept-8, A.S. source
1908 7 July 8 Elizabeth, queen (of Portugal) BLS
1909 7 July 8 Evodius, bishop (of Rouen), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
3990 7 July 8 Golvinus, Octave
1910 7 July 8 Grimbald, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: England
4432 7 July 8 Julianus, martyr
1911 7 July 8 Kiliam, bishop, and companions (Olman, priest, and Totnam, deacon), martyrs common
1912 7 July 8 Landrada, virgin GTZ: Mons
4020 7 July 8 Martial, Bishop (of Limoges) Cambrai.
1913 7 July 8 Nummius, confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Nom
1914 7 July 8 Procopius, martyr common; GTZ: Osnabrück
1915 7 July 8 Quintinus, martyr (Invention) GTZ: Angers, LeMans
1916 7 July 8 Sunniva and companions, virgins GTZ: Norway
1917 7 July 8 Theobald, abbot BLS
4140 7 July 8 Victorianus m. [e IV Coron.] Augustine
4238 7 July 8 Visitation of Mary Geneva (with Octave 7-15), Reims
1918 7 July 8 Withburge, virgin BLS
1920 7 July 9 Agilulf, bishop (of Cologne), martyr GTZ: Cologne
1921 7 July 9 Brictius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Magdeburg
1922 7 July 9 Cyril, bishop, and companions, martyrs GTZ
1924 7 July 9 Eleutherius, bishop (of Tournai), confessor (Elevation) GTZ: Tournai
1923 7 July 9 Ephrem (the Deacon), confessor, Doctor of the Church BLS; GTZ: northern France
1925 7 July 9 Everildis, virgin BLS; GTZ: York
4593 7 July 9 Felix, bishop (of Genoa) Genoa
1926 7 July 9 Heraclius, bishop (of Sens) GTZ: Sens
1927 7 July 9 Holy Martyrs of Gorcum BLS
1928 7 July 9 Nicholas, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Salzburg only
1929 7 July 9 Pavacius, bishop (of LeMans) (Translation) GTZ: LeMans
1930 7 July 9 Procopius, martyr GTZ: Worms, Würzburg
1932 7 July 9 Sabinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Kammin
1931 7 July 9 Sevo (Gevo) WTS (Bruges)
1933 7 July 9 Theobald, abbot, confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Thibault
1934 7 July 9 Veronica de Julianis, virgin BLS
1919 7 July 9 Visitation (Octave)
1935 7 July 9 Zeno, martyr GTZ: Paris, Châlons-sur-Marne; PCP (Paris)
1565 7 July 10 Amalberga, virgin GTZ: Brandenburg, Flanders
1566 7 July 10 Etto, bishop, confessor GTZ: Mons
1567 7 July 10 Felicitas, martyr BLS; GTZ: Halberstadt, Hildesheim, Augsburg
1568 7 July 10 Kanute, king, martyr GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
1569 7 July 10 Maclovius, bishop (of St. Malo), confessor (Translation) GTZ: St. Malo
4067 7 July 10 Paterniani, bishop (of Fanen), confessor Salzburg. - [Fano, Patron] D., Turin.
1570 7 July 10 Rufina and Secunda, martyrs common; GTZ: Albi
1571 7 July 10 The Seven Brothers (Januarius, Felix, Philip, Silvanus, Alexander, Vitalis, and Martialis), martyrs common; GTZ: Halberstadt, Hildesheim
1573 7 July 11 Benedict, abbot (of Montecassino), confessor (Translation, Deposition) common; WTS (Bruges), sometimes in red
1574 7 July 11 Brictius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Meissen
1572 7 July 11 Droatan, prince (of Scotland), abbot BLS
1575 7 July 11 Faustinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Kammin
1576 7 July 11 Hyldulf, bishop (of Trier), confessor BLS; GTZ: Trier
1577 7 July 11 James, bishop (of Nisibis), confessor BLS
4274 7 July 11 Januarius and Pelagia, martyr Jerome Martyrology, Nicopolis, Armenia as location
1578 7 July 11 Ketillus, confessor (sometimes martyr): GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
4220 7 July 11 Martin, bishop (of Tours), Octave of Translation Tours
1579 7 July 11 Pius (I), pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: Bamberg, one or more religious orders; PRI
1580 7 July 11 Placidus and Sigisbert GTZ: Chur
1581 7 July 11 Procopius, abbot (at Prague), confessor GTZ: Dominicans
1582 7 July 11 Sabinus, confessor GTZ: Poitiers
1583 7 July 12 Amator, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Auxerre
1584 7 July 12 Cletus (and Marcellinus), popes, martyrs GTZ: Liège
1585 7 July 12 Hermagoras and Fortunatus, martyrs GTZ: Salzburg, Osnabrück, Paderborn, France, Aquileia
1586 7 July 12 John Gualbert, abbot, confessor common
4265 7 July 12 Marciane, virgin, martyr Toledo (Mozarab.).
1587 7 July 12 Margaret, virgin, martyr GTZ: Salzburg and Suffragane
1588 7 July 12 Menulf, bishop, confessor GTZ: Bourges
1589 7 July 12 Nabor and Felix, martyrs common
4528 7 July 12 Nabor and Nazarius, Martyrs Copenhagen
1590 7 July 12 Prejectus, bishop, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Noyon
1591 7 July 12 Sixtus PCP (Paris)
1592 7 July 12 Viventiolus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
1593 7 July 13 Anacletus, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France, Franciscans; PRI
1594 7 July 13 Eugenius, bishop (of Carthage), and companions, confessors BLS
1595 7 July 13 Henry, emperor, confessor common
1596 7 July 13 Margaret, virgin, martyr common
1597 7 July 13 Mildrada, abbess, virgin GTZ: Utrecht, Exeter
4176 7 July 13 Privatus, bishop (of Mende), martyr (Translation?) Mende
3993 7 July 13 Quintin, martyr (Invention) Autun
1598 7 July 13 Silas, apostle GTZ: northern France
4392 7 July 13 Stephen, martyr (first commemoration) Besançon
1599 7 July 13 Thuriaf, bishop (of Dol), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Curien
1600 7 July 13 Willehad, bishop (of Bremen), confessor (Ordination) GTZ: Bremen
1601 7 July 14 Amelberga, virgin WTS (Bruges)
1602 7 July 14 Bonaventure, bishop, confessor, Doctor of the Church common
1603 7 July 14 Camillus de Lellis, priest, confessor common
1604 7 July 14 Cyprian, martyr (at Poitiers) GTZ: Poitiers
4534 7 July 14 Exuperius, bishop (of Bayeux) (Translation) Bayeux
1605 7 July 14 Exuperius, bishop (of Bayeux) (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
4058 7 July 14 Felix, bishop (of Cuomo) Cuomo
1607 7 July 14 Giles (of Assisi) BLS
1608 7 July 14 Henry, emperor, confessor GTZ: Gnesen, Magdeburg
4042 7 July 14 Heracles, bishop, confessor Sevilla (A.S. als m.).
1609 7 July 14 Idus BLS
1610 7 July 14 Justus, confessor (at Trier, or Bourges) GTZ: Trier, Bourges, Sens
1611 7 July 14 Landericus, bishop (of Séez) PCP (Paris)
1612 7 July 14 Lupus, bishop (of Bayeux) (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
1613 7 July 14 Maldegar, confessor GTZ: Cambrai
4638 7 July 14 Peter and Marcellinus, martyrs (translation) Soissons
1606 7 July 14 Phocas, bishop, martyr GTZ: France; 6082
4322 7 July 14 Processus and Martinianus, martyrs Compostella
1614 7 July 14 Sisinnius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Chur
1615 7 July 14 Vigor, bishop (of Bayeux) (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
1616 7 July 14 Vincent, confessor GTZ: Cambrai
1618 7 July 15 Benedict, bishop (of Angers), confessor GTZ: Angers
1619 7 July 15 Bertin, monk (at Luxeuil) PCP (Paris)
1620 7 July 15 Bonaventure, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
1621 7 July 15 Ciriaca and Juliata, martyrs 6082
1622 7 July 15 David, abbot GTZ: Upsala only
1617 7 July 15 Division of the Apostles
1624 7 July 15 Gumpert, confessor GTZ: Würzburg
1625 7 July 15 Henry (II), emperor BLS
4266 7 July 15 Jacobi, bishop (of Nisibis) Mailand (Ambros.)., Autun as Confessor
4279 7 July 15 Liberation of Jerusalem (1099) Bourges
1626 7 July 15 Margaret, virgin, martyr GTZ: Basel, Chur, Constance, Strassburg
1627 7 July 15 Nine virgins GTZ: Scotland
1628 7 July 15 Plechelm, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Utrecht
1623 7 July 15 Quiricus and Julitta, martyrs GTZ: Teutonic Knights, Genf, Trent, Italy, Russia; 6082
1629 7 July 15 Reginswindis, virgin, martyr GTZ: Würzburg
1630 7 July 15 Rivalus, confessor GTZ: Tréguier
1631 7 July 15 Swithun, bishop (of Winchester), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: England
1632 7 July 15 Vedast, bishop (of Arras) (Relatio) GTZ: Cambrai
1633 7 July 16 Alexius PCP (Paris)
1634 7 July 16 Andrew and Benedict, martyrs GTZ: Gnesen, Agram
1635 7 July 16 Anthony, bishop (of Carpentras) GTZ: Rodez
1636 7 July 16 Bertin, abbot, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Tournai
1637 7 July 16 Domninus, martyr GTZ: Puy
1638 7 July 16 Elier (Helier), hermit, martyr BLS
1639 7 July 16 Eustace, bishop, confessor GTZ: Arles, Autun
1640 7 July 16 Eustathius, bishop (of Antioch), confessor BLS
4600 7 July 16 Francis, confessor (canonization) Franciscans, 1228
1641 7 July 16 Generosus, confessor GTZ: Poitiers, Luçon
1642 7 July 16 Gondulf and Monulf, bishops, confessors GTZ: Liège
1643 7 July 16 Helerius, martyr GTZ: Coutances
1645 7 July 16 Hilarinus, martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg, Gnesen, Amiens, Arras, Beauvais
1644 7 July 16 Hilary, bishop HCC
1646 7 July 16 Justinian, confessor GTZ: Limoges
1647 7 July 16 Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel common
1648 7 July 16 Monulph and Gondulph, bishops (of Tongres), confessors GTZ: Liège; WTS (Bruges), without Gondulph
1649 7 July 16 Osmund, bishop (of Salisbury), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Salisbury
3966 7 July 16 Sun enters Leo
1650 7 July 16 Swithun, bishop (of Winchester), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Norway, one or more religious orders
1651 7 July 16 Tenenanus, bishop (of Léon), confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
1652 7 July 16 Valentine, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier
4496 7 July 16 Vitaliani, bishop (of Capua) [Capua] A.S., G., D.
1653 7 July 17 Alexius, confessor common; 6082, in red
1654 7 July 17 Andrew and Benedict, martyrs GTZ: Hungary
1655 7 July 17 Carmelite Nuns of Compiegne, martyrs BLS
1656 7 July 17 Ennodius, bishop (of Pavia) BLS
1657 7 July 17 Fredegaudus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Liège
1658 7 July 17 Kenelmus, king, martyr GTZ: England; PRI: England
1659 7 July 17 Marcellina, virgin BLS
4000 7 July 17 Marie (de Ajofrin), Hieronymitane s. Pauli (since 1489) Toledo
1660 7 July 17 Marina, virgin, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Venice
1662 7 July 17 Piatus, bishop (of Tournai) PCP (Paris)
1661 7 July 17 Quiricus and Julitta, martyrs GTZ: Augsburg
1663 7 July 17 Speratus and companions (the Sicilian Martyrs), martyrs BLS; GTZ: Paderborn, Verdun, France
4641 7 July 17 Theodosia, virgin Utrecht
1664 7 July 17 Theodosius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
1665 7 July 17 Turninus, monk BLS
1666 7 July 18 Ansuerus and companions, martyrs GTZ: Ratzeburg, Schwerin, Lübeck, Sleswig
1667 7 July 18 Aquilinus, bishop (of Evreux), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Evreux
1668 7 July 18 Arnulph, bishop (of Metz, Soissons), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: Metz, Toul, Verdun; PCP (Paris)
1669 7 July 18 Arnulph, bishop (of Tours), martyr BLS; GTZ: predominantly northern Germany, France and England
4021 7 July 18 Benedict, bishop (Octave of the Translation) Durham, London (Westminster);
1670 7 July 18 Blasius, bishop, martyr (sometimes confessor) (Translation) GTZ
1671 7 July 18 Bruno, bishop (of Segni), confessor BLS; GTZ: Tournai
1672 7 July 18 Clarus, priest (sometimes bishop), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Rouen
1673 7 July 18 Eadburga, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
1674 7 July 18 Euphrosyne and Florentia, virgins GTZ: Lund
1675 7 July 18 Frederick, bishop (of Utrecht), martyr GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
1676 7 July 18 Henry, emperor, confessor GTZ: Augsburg
1677 7 July 18 Justin and Stateus, martyrs GTZ: Worms
1678 7 July 18 Justus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
1679 7 July 18 Mammas, martyr GTZ: Freising
1680 7 July 18 Maternus, bishop (of Milan) GTZ: Basel, Chur, Constance, Strassburg
1681 7 July 18 Nicholas, bishop, confessor (Ordination) GTZ: Amiens
1682 7 July 18 Odulph, canon (of Utrecht) BLS
1683 7 July 18 Philastrius, bishop (of Brescia) BLS
1684 7 July 18 Symphorosa and her seven sons, martyrs common; GTZ: Trier, France, one or more religious orders
1685 7 July 18 Theneva, mother of Kentigern GTZ: Scotland
4180 7 July 19 Anne, Mother of Mary Amiens, Cambrai
4164 7 July 19 Arnulf, martyr [Chartres, S. Arnould]
1686 7 July 19 Arsenius, abbot (sometimes only monk), confessor common
1687 7 July 19 Christine, virgin, martyr GTZ: Augsburg, Freising, Paderborn
1688 7 July 19 Justa and Rufina, martyrs GTZ: southern France
1689 7 July 19 Justine PCP (Paris), as Just
1690 7 July 19 Machrina BLS
1691 7 July 19 Margaret, virgin, martyr GTZ: Lausanne, Sitten
1692 7 July 19 Martin, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier
1693 7 July 19 Rufina, virgin, martyr GTZ: Metz, France
1694 7 July 19 Symmachus, pope BLS
1695 7 July 19 Vincent de Paul BLS
1703 7 July 20 Arbogast, bishop, confessor GTZ: Chur, Mainz, Worms
1704 7 July 20 Aurelius, bishop (of Carthage) BLS
1705 7 July 20 Ceslas BLS
1706 7 July 20 Elias, prophet GTZ: Hungary, Russia
1707 7 July 20 Euspicius, confessor GTZ: Orléans
1708 7 July 20 Jerome Aemeliani BLS
1709 7 July 20 Joseph Barsabas, confessor BLS
1710 7 July 20 Justa and Rufina, martyrs BLS
4195 7 July 20 Lucani (Luxani), bishop (of Säben) Säben/Sabiona. (+ 5th C)
1711 7 July 20 Margaret (of Antioch), virgin, martyr common; GTZ: Aquileia, Genf, France (with exceptions), Italy, Scandinavia (except Finland), England
1712 7 July 20 Marinus, priest, confessor GTZ: Auxerre
4091 7 July 20 Sabine, virgin Strassburg
1713 7 July 20 Severa, virgin (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
1714 7 July 20 Severinus, bishop, confessor 6082, in red
1715 7 July 20 Thorlac, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Norway
1716 7 July 20 Wulmar, abbot (of Samer), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai, Reims, Winchester
1717 7 July 21 Arbogast, bishop (of Strasburg), confessor BLS; GTZ: Basel, Constance, Strassburg
1718 7 July 21 Barhadbesciabus, martyr BLS
4183 7 July 21 Daniel, prophet Fünfkirchen
1719 7 July 21 Julia, virgin, martyr (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
1720 7 July 21 Lawrence (of Brindisi), priest, Doctor of the Church MR
4548 7 July 21 Pancratius, martyr
1721 7 July 21 Praxedis, virgin, martyr common
1722 7 July 21 Serenedus, confessor GTZ: Angers
1723 7 July 21 Victor (of Marseilles), and companions, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Trier, southern France; PCP (Paris)
1724 7 July 21 Zoticus, bishop (of Comana), martyr BLS
1725 7 July 22 Biteus (Dabius), abbot (of Inis-Coosery) BLS
1726 7 July 22 Cyril, bishop, martyr GTZ: Brixen, Speyer
1727 7 July 22 Florentius and Sisinnius, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg
1728 7 July 22 Joseph (of Palestine), count BLS
1729 7 July 22 Lupus, bishop (of Sens), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Sens
1730 7 July 22 Mary Magdalene common; HCC, PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), in red
1731 7 July 22 Meneleus, abbot (in Auvergne) GTZ: Bourges, Clermont
1732 7 July 22 Mineve, abbot BLS
1733 7 July 22 Theodosia, virgin GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
1734 7 July 22 Wandregisil, abbot (of Fontenelle), confessor BLS; GTZ: northern France, England, Scotland, Norway; PCP (Paris)
1735 7 July 23 Apollinaris, bishop (of Ravenna), martyr common; 6082, in red
1736 7 July 23 Birgitta, widow (Obitus, natale) MR; GTZ: Bamberg, Mainz, Münster, Riga
1737 7 July 23 Cassianus, abbot GTZ: Marseille
1738 7 July 23 Liborius, bishop (of LeMans), confessor BLS; GTZ: northern Germany
1739 7 July 23 Nabor and Felix, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Cologne
1740 7 July 23 Nicasius, bishop (of Reims), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Reims
1741 7 July 23 Ravennus and Rasiphus, martyrs (at Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux
1742 7 July 23 Three Kings (Translation) GTZ: Cologne
1743 7 July 24 Christina, virgin, martyr common
1744 7 July 24 Declan, bishop (of Ardmore) BLS
1745 7 July 24 Francis Solano BLS
1746 7 July 24 James, apostle (Vigil) HCC; 6082
1747 7 July 24 Kinga BLS: Poland
1748 7 July 24 Lewine, virgin, martyr BLS
1749 7 July 24 Lupus, bishop (of Troyes), confessor BLS
1750 7 July 24 Pavacius, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: Paderborn, LeMans, Sens
1751 7 July 24 Romanus and David, martyrs BLS
1752 7 July 24 Segolena, widow GTZ: Metz, Albi
1753 7 July 24 Turibius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Paderborn
1754 7 July 24 Ursicinus, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Sens
4451 7 July 24 Victorinus, bishop (of Amiternen), confessor Mailand (Ambros.) A.S
1755 7 July 24 Wulfhad and Ruffin, martyrs BLS
1756 7 July 25 Chlodesindis, virgin GTZ: Metz, Liège
1757 7 July 25 Christopher, martyr BLS; GTZ: in the fifteenth century often moved, usually to Jul 27; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), in red
1758 7 July 25 Cucufas, martyr BLS; GTZ: England, one or more religious orders; PCP (Paris)
1759 7 July 25 Ebrulf, abbot (at Beauvais) GTZ: Beauvais
1760 7 July 25 Germanus, bishop (of Paris), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Paris, LeMans; PCP (Paris)
1761 7 July 25 James (the Great), apostle common
1762 7 July 25 Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) (Translation) GTZ: LeMans, Paris; PCP (Paris)
1763 7 July 25 Magnericus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
1764 7 July 25 Nissen BLS
1765 7 July 25 Rusticus (and Florentius), martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg
1766 7 July 25 Thea, Valentine, and Paul, martyrs BLS
1767 7 July 25 Ursus, bishop (of Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
1768 7 July 26 Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary common; MR, with Joachim
1769 7 July 26 Beatus, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
4463 7 July 26 Christiane, virgin [Gent, Termonde] A.S, also Sept-7
1770 7 July 26 Eobanus, (sometimes bishop), martyr GTZ: Mainz
1771 7 July 26 Etherius, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Sens
1772 7 July 26 Exuperius, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux only
1773 7 July 26 Germanus, bishop (of Auxerre) BLS
1774 7 July 26 Hycinthus and Donatus, martyr GTZ: Osnabrück, Utrecht; HCC, Merseburg for Donatus
1775 7 July 26 Jodocus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Amiens, Jos in French
1776 7 July 26 Lupus, bishop (of Troyes), confessor GTZ: Sens only
1777 7 July 26 Marcellus, bishop (of Paris), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
1778 7 July 26 Pastor, priest, confessor GTZ: one or more religious orders
1779 7 July 26 Rheticius, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
1780 7 July 26 Symphronius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Meaux, Senlis
4117 7 July 26 Transfiguration Sitten
4446 7 July 27 Anne Augsburg, *Erfurt, Halberstadt. - Troyes (wegen Ursi) - *Sevilla
1781 7 July 27 Birgitta, widow (Obitus, natale) GTZ: Ratzeburg
1782 7 July 27 Celsus, a boy, martyr GTZ: Speyer
1783 7 July 27 Charlemagne, emperor (Translation) GTZ: Aachen
1784 7 July 27 Congall, abbot (of Iabhnal-Livin) BLS
1785 7 July 27 Desideratus, bishop (of Besançon) GTZ: Besançon
1786 7 July 27 Etherius, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre
1787 7 July 27 Felix, bishop, martyr GTZ: Carcassonne
1788 7 July 27 Frominius, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
1789 7 July 27 Hermolaus, priest, martyr GTZ
1790 7 July 27 Joachim, confessor GTZ: Praemonstrensians
1791 7 July 27 Luican BLS
1792 7 July 27 Martha, host of Christ GTZ: Scandinavia
1793 7 July 27 Martyrs of Cuncolim BLS
1794 7 July 27 Pantaleon, martyr BLS; PRI
1795 7 July 27 Paul, bishop (of Narbonne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Narbonne
1796 7 July 27 Seven Sleepers (Maximian, Malchus, Martinian, Dionysius, John, Serapion, and Constantine), martyrs BLS; GTZ: France, England, Scandinavia, Hungary; PCP (Paris)
1797 7 July 27 Transfiguration PCP (Paris)
1798 7 July 28 Anne PCP (Paris), in red
1799 7 July 28 Botwid, martyr GTZ: Scandinavia
1800 7 July 28 Camelianus (Himerius), bishop (of Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
1801 7 July 28 Columba, virgin (at Sens), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Sens
1802 7 July 28 Innocent (I), pope BLS
4059 7 July 28 Martha, host of Christ Freising, Gnesen, Halberstadt, Hamburg, Konstanz, Krakau, Lübeck, Mainz
1803 7 July 28 Michael Abba Ghebra, martyr BLS
1804 7 July 28 Nazarius and Celsus, martyrs common; GTZ: Switzerland, France, one or more religious orders; 6082, in red
1805 7 July 28 Pantaleon, martyr common
1806 7 July 28 Peregrinus, priest, confessor GTZ: Lyon
1807 7 July 28 Samson, bishop (of Dol), confessor common; GTZ: northern France, England, Scotland; PRI: England
1808 7 July 28 Seven Sleepers, martyrs GTZ: Gnesen
1809 7 July 28 Ursus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Tours
1810 7 July 28 Victor and Innocent, popes, martyrs BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI (without Innocent)
1811 7 July 29 Domnius, bishop (of Salona), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Spalato
1812 7 July 29 Eugeus, king GTZ: Magdeburg
1813 7 July 29 Felix, pope, and companions (Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrice), martyrs common
1814 7 July 29 Ladislas, king, confessor (Deposition) GTZ: Hungary
1815 7 July 29 Lupus, bishop (of Troyes), confessor GTZ: Cologne, Constance, Metz, France; PCP (Paris)
3991 7 July 29 Marie Magdalene (Octave) null
1816 7 July 29 Martha, host of Christ common
1817 7 July 29 Olaf, king (of Norway), martyr BLS; GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia
1818 7 July 29 Olaf, king (of Sweden), martyr BLS
1819 7 July 29 Pantaleon PCP (Paris)
1820 7 July 29 Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrice, martyrs common
1821 7 July 29 Suliavus, abbot, confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
1823 7 July 29 William Pinchon, bishop (of St. Brieuc), confessor BLS
1834 7 July 30 Abdon and Sennen, martyrs common
1835 7 July 30 Helena (of Skoefde), widow, martyr GTZ: Skara only
1836 7 July 30 Julitta, martyr BLS
1837 7 July 30 Peter Chrysologus, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
1838 7 July 30 Thomas Abel, Edward Powell, and Richard Featherstone, martyrs BLS
1839 7 July 30 Ursus, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre
1840 7 July 31 Banthus, confessor (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
4013 7 July 31 Calimeri, bishop (of Milan) Mailand (Ambros.)
1841 7 July 31 Everard Hanse, martyr BLS
4481 7 July 31 Fabius, martyr Apt.
4393 7 July 31 Fantinus and Deodata, martyr (+285) Sicily and Pamplona
1842 7 July 31 Germanus, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ; HCC; WTS (Bruges); PCP (Paris)
1843 7 July 31 Helena (of Skoefde), widow, martyr BLS: Sweden, Denmark; GTZ: Scandinavia
1844 7 July 31 Ignatius Loyola, priest, confessor common
1845 7 July 31 Joan Antidea Thouret BLS
1846 7 July 31 John Columbini BLS
1847 7 July 31 Neotus, abbot, confessor GTZ: England
4482 7 July 31 Sophia, widow, martyr of Milan, (+ 130), also Sapientia or Serapia
1848 7 July 31 Tertullinus, priest, martyr GTZ: Salzburg
346 8 August 1 Alphonso Maria de' Liguori, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
347 8 August 1 Archadius, bishop (of Bourges) GTZ: Bourges
348 8 August 1 Bandarid, bishop (of Soissons) GTZ: Soissons
349 8 August 1 Bertharius, bishop (of Chartres) GTZ: Chartres
350 8 August 1 Ethelwold, bishop (of Winchester), confessor common; PRI: England
351 8 August 1 Eusebius, bishop (of Vercelli), martyr GTZ: Genf, Lausanne, France; PCP (Paris)
352 8 August 1 Exuperius, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)
353 8 August 1 Faith, Hope and Charity, virgins, martyrs BLS; PCP (Paris)
354 8 August 1 Felix, martyr (at Gerona) GTZ: southern France
4452 8 August 1 Juste, virgin, martyr [Aquila] A.S. (D. auch Juli 30) A.S.
4576 8 August 1 Lammas Day From Anglo-Saxon "hlaf-mas" or loaf-mass, an English wheat harvest holiday
355 8 August 1 Maccabees, martyrs common
356 8 August 1 Nectarius, bishop (of Vienne) GTZ: Vienne
357 8 August 1 Peregrinus, hermit BLS
358 8 August 1 Peter (in Chains) common; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
359 8 August 1 Peter Julian Eymard BLS
360 8 August 1 Sativola, virgin GTZ: Exeter
361 8 August 1 Sophia, widow, and daughters (Faith, Hope, and Charity), martyrs GTZ: Paris
444 8 August 2 Alban, martyr (protomartyr of England) (Translation) GTZ: England
445 8 August 2 Auspicius, bishop (of Apt), martyr GTZ: Apt
446 8 August 2 Catherine (daughter of Bridget) GTZ: Scandinavia
447 8 August 2 Etheldritha BLS
448 8 August 2 Eusebius, bishop (of Vercelli) MR
449 8 August 2 Gaudentius, bishop (of Chur), martyr GTZ: Chur
4598 8 August 2 Portvincula fest Fransiscans, dedication of the "mother church"
450 8 August 2 Stephen, pope, martyr common; 6082, in red
566 8 August 3 Abidon 6082
567 8 August 3 Gamaliel BLS
569 8 August 3 Nicodemus BLS; 6082
570 8 August 3 Olaf, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Norway
568 8 August 3 Stephen (Invention) common; PCP (Paris), 6082, in red
571 8 August 3 Walthen, abbot (of Melrose) BLS
591 8 August 4 Baumer, confessor GTZ: Tulle
592 8 August 4 Dominic, confessor BLS; PRI
593 8 August 4 Epiphanius and Isidore, martyrs GTZ: Besançon
594 8 August 4 Euphronius, bishop (of Tours) GTZ: Tours
595 8 August 4 Ionius PCP (Paris)
596 8 August 4 Irenaeus and companions, martyrs (at Lyon) GTZ: Langres
597 8 August 4 Jean-Marie Vianney, priest MR
599 8 August 4 Justinus, priest, martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ; HCC
598 8 August 4 Justus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Trier, Lyon
600 8 August 4 Luan, abbot BLS; GTZ: Quimper
4503 8 August 4 Martha, host of Christ Sister of Mary and Lazarus. Amiens
601 8 August 4 Martin (Translation) PCP (Paris)
3994 8 August 4 Nazarius and Celsus. martyrs (Octave)
602 8 August 4 Nicomedes, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
603 8 August 4 Peregrinus and companions, martyrs GTZ: LeMans
4323 8 August 4 Sancta Crucis, Susceptio Paris, first Sunday in August
604 8 August 4 Sigrada, widow GTZ: Soissons
605 8 August 4 Tertullinus, priest, martyr GTZ: France
606 8 August 4 Valentine, bishop (of Passau), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Passau
607 8 August 4 Walburga, virgin (Advent) GTZ: Münster
608 8 August 5 Afra and companions, virgins, martyrs BLS; GTZ: France
609 8 August 5 Afrus, martyr GTZ: Augsburg (rare)
610 8 August 5 Cassianus, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: France
611 8 August 5 Dominic, confessor GTZ: nowadays Aug 4; PCP (Paris)
612 8 August 5 Fredulph, confessor GTZ: Saintes
613 8 August 5 Jonius, priest, martyr GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
4466 8 August 5 Lupus, bishop (of Troyes), confessor (Octave) Troyes
614 8 August 5 Mary (ad nives); Dedication of Santa Maria Maggiore Rome "
615 8 August 5 Memmius, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Metz, France; PCP (Paris), as Menge
616 8 August 5 Ormisdas, pope, confessor GTZ: Bamberg
617 8 August 5 Oswald, king, martyr common; PRI: England
618 8 August 5 Sixtus (II), pope PCP (Paris)
619 8 August 5 Venantius, bishop (of Viviers) GTZ: Viviers
621 8 August 6 Donatus, bishop (of Arezzo), martyr PCP (Paris)
622 8 August 6 Felissimus and Agapitus, martyrs common
623 8 August 6 Justus and Pastor, martyrs (at Complutum) BLS; GTZ: France
624 8 August 6 Sixtus (II), pope, martyr common
620 8 August 6 Transfiguration
625 8 August 6 Walburga, virgin WTS (Bruges)
627 8 August 7 Afra, virgin, martyr GTZ
628 8 August 7 Cajetan (of Thienna), priest, confessor common
629 8 August 7 Donatus, bishop (of Besançon), martyr common; GTZ: Besançon (as confessor)
630 8 August 7 Euphronius, bishop (of Autun) GTZ: Autun
4181 8 August 7 Feast of the Name of Jesus England
631 8 August 7 Florinus, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Chur
632 8 August 7 Hilarinus, monk, martyr BLS
633 8 August 7 Justin PCP (Paris)
634 8 August 7 Mary (of Egypt) GTZ: Cologne, Trier
635 8 August 7 Sixtus (II), pope, and companions, martyrs (sometimes only confessors) common
626 8 August 7 Transfiguration HCC
636 8 August 7 Victricius, bishop (of Rouen), confessor GTZ: Rouen
637 8 August 8 Cyriacus and companions (Largus and Smaragdus), martyrs common
638 8 August 8 Dominic, priest MR
639 8 August 8 Felicissimus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
640 8 August 8 Fourteen Helpers GTZ: Hildesheim
641 8 August 8 Hormisdas, martyr BLS
642 8 August 8 John Felton and Thomas Felton, martyrs BLS
643 8 August 8 Justin PCP (Paris)
644 8 August 8 Mommolus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Bordeaux
645 8 August 8 Osonans PCP (Paris)
3976 8 August 8 Peter in Chains (Octave)
646 8 August 8 Severus, priest, confessor (at Vienne) GTZ: Vienne, Lyon
647 8 August 9 Auctor, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
648 8 August 9 Domitian, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne), confessor GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
649 8 August 9 Fedlimin, bishop (of Kilmore) BLS
650 8 August 9 Herneus, abbot, confessor GTZ: LeMans
651 8 August 9 Lawrence (Vigil) common
652 8 August 9 Nathy, bishop (of Achonry) BLS
653 8 August 9 Romanus, martyr common
654 8 August 9 Secundianus and companions, martyrs GTZ: Meaux
4358 8 August 9 Stephen, Invention (Octave) Bourges
362 8 August 10 Arigius, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
363 8 August 10 Blane, bishop (of Ceann-Garadh) BLS; GTZ: Scotland
364 8 August 10 Deusdedit BLS
365 8 August 10 Lawrence, deacon, martyr common
366 8 August 11 Callistus (I), pope, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Reims
367 8 August 11 Clare, virgin MR
368 8 August 11 Crown of Thorns PCP (Paris)
369 8 August 11 Equitius, abbot BLS
370 8 August 11 Gaugericus, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor (sometimes martyr) BLS; GTZ: Liège, Magdeburg, Paderborn, Cambrai, Winchester
371 8 August 11 Hippolytus, martyr PCP (Paris)
372 8 August 11 Radegundis, virgin (sometimes also queen) GTZ: Salzburg
373 8 August 11 Rusticola, abbess (at Arles), virgin GTZ: Arles
374 8 August 11 Susanna, virgin, martyr common
375 8 August 11 Taurinus, bishop (of Evreux), confessor GTZ: northern France, England
376 8 August 11 Tiburtius (and Chromatius), martyrs common
4583 8 August 11 Tiburtius, Valerianus and Cecilia, martyrs (+ about 200, Rome) Tiburtius was the brother of Valerian, bridegroom of Cecilia. More often venerated on Apr-14
4550 8 August 12 Aethelwold, bishop (of Winchester) (Translation) (+ 984)
377 8 August 12 Andeolus, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Viviers, Lyon
380 8 August 12 Chrysanthus and Daria, martyrs GTZ: Toul
378 8 August 12 Clare, virgin common
379 8 August 12 Claudius, martyr GTZ: Paderborn
4612 8 August 12 Dominic, confessor (Octave) Founder of the O.P
382 8 August 12 Euplus, deacon, martyr BLS; GTZ: Cologne, Paderborn, Trier; 6082
4412 8 August 12 Eusebius, bishop (of Milan) Milan, Mailand (Ambros.) (+462)
383 8 August 12 Hilaria and companions, martyrs GTZ: Augsburg
384 8 August 12 Macarius, abbot, confessor GTZ: Langres
385 8 August 12 Muredach, bishop (of Killala) BLS
381 8 August 12 The Crown of Thorns PCP (Paris)
386 8 August 12 Thomas Percy, earl (of Northumberland), martyr BLS
387 8 August 12 Tiburtius, martyr PCP (Paris)
388 8 August 12 Waldetrudis, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Mons
389 8 August 13 Cassian, bishop (of Seben), martyr BLS; GTZ: Brixen, Magdeburg, Ratzeburg, Regensburg, Trent; 6082
390 8 August 13 Clare PCP (Paris)
391 8 August 13 Hippolytus and companions, martyrs common
392 8 August 13 Junian, abbot GTZ: Poitiers
393 8 August 13 Laudulf, bishop (of Evreux) GTZ: Evreux
394 8 August 13 Pontianus, pope, and Hippolytus, priest, martyrs MR
395 8 August 13 Radegundis, virgin (sometimes also queen) BLS; GTZ: France; PCP (Paris)
396 8 August 13 Simplicianus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Augustinians
397 8 August 13 Wigbert, prior, confessor BLS; GTZ: Mainz
399 8 August 14 Eusebius, priest (sometimes bishop), confessor (sometimes martyr) common. BLS and PCP (Paris) as martyr
401 8 August 14 Felix and Fortunatus, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia
4363 8 August 14 Radegundis, virgin, queen Bourges
398 8 August 14 Vigil of the Assumption of the Virgin
402 8 August 14 Werenfrid, priest, confessor GTZ: Utrecht
404 8 August 15 Alipius, bishop BLS
405 8 August 15 Arnulph, bishop (of Soissons) BLS
403 8 August 15 Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
406 8 August 15 Mac-Cartin (Ard), bishop (of Clogher, Ireland) BLS
4438 8 August 15 Tarciscius, deacon (sometimes acolyte), martyr Known from a poem composed by Damasus (pope 366-384)
407 8 August 16 Anne, Mother of Mary GTZ: Münster, Osnabrück
408 8 August 16 Armagil, confessor GTZ: Brittany
409 8 August 16 Arnulph, bishop (of Metz, Soissons), confessor common
417 8 August 16 Audomar, bishop (of Thérouanne) PCP (Paris)
410 8 August 16 Balsemius, martyr GTZ: Troyes
411 8 August 16 Bernward, bishop (of Hildesheim), (deposition alse he starff) (Translation (vorheving)) GTZ: Hildesheim
412 8 August 16 Brinolph, bishop (of Skara) (Translation) GTZ: Skara
413 8 August 16 Eonius, bishop (of Arles) GTZ: Arles
414 8 August 16 Frambald, abbot, confessor GTZ: Senlis
4462 8 August 16 Hunfrid, bishop (of Thérouanne), discovery of bones Thérouanne (1108)
415 8 August 16 Hyacinth, confessor BLS; GTZ: Dominicans
416 8 August 16 Maurilius, bishop (of Angers), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Angers
418 8 August 16 Roch, confessor BLS; GTZ
4480 8 August 16 Serene, virgin [Rom] A.S.
419 8 August 16 Stephen (of Hungary) MR
420 8 August 16 Theodore, bishop (of Octodurum), confessor GTZ: Switzerland
421 8 August 17 Hiero, martyr GTZ: Utrecht
422 8 August 17 Lawrence (Octave) common
423 8 August 17 Liberatus, abbot, and companions, martyrs BLS
424 8 August 17 Mamas, martyr BLS; GTZ: Metz, France, (Mammetis, Mamantis, Mamertus)
425 8 August 17 Victory of Philippe-le-Bel at Mons-en-Pévèle PCP (Paris)
426 8 August 18 Agapitus, martyr common
427 8 August 18 Asteriolus, martyr GTZ: Trier
428 8 August 18 Clare (of Montefalco), virgin BLS
4007 8 August 18 Gaugericus, bishop (of Cambrai) (Octave) Cambrai
429 8 August 18 Helena, queen common; GTZ: Trier, Cologne, Soissons, Rennes, Coutances, Tartenaise; PRI: England
3967 8 August 18 Sun enters Virgo
430 8 August 19 Agnus, martyr GTZ: Würzburg, with Magnus
431 8 August 19 Bardulf, abbot GTZ: Arles
432 8 August 19 Calminius, duke (of Aquitaine), confessor GTZ: Puy, Tulle
433 8 August 19 Cumin, bishop BLS
434 8 August 19 Donatus of Orléans
435 8 August 19 Elaphius, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
436 8 August 19 Guennin, bishop (of Vannes) GTZ: Vannes
437 8 August 19 John Eudes, priest BLS; MR
4200 8 August 19 Julius, senator, martyr [Rom] A.S.
438 8 August 19 Louis, bishop (of Toulouse), confessor BLS; GTZ; (+ 1297; can. 1317), OFM. Brixen, Hamburg, Mainz, Strassburg, Trient. - Apt, Beauvais, Nevers, Paris, [Toulouse] A.S. - Mailand (Ambros.). - Fünfkirchen. - Benedictine (Olivetaner), Fransiscans (with Oct). Relics in Valencia
439 8 August 19 Magnus, martyr (sometimes confessor, bishop) GTZ: northern Germany, England, France, Scandinavia; PCP (Paris)
4250 8 August 19 Mandrianus and Flavianus, martyr [Toulon] A.S.
440 8 August 19 Mochteus, bishop (of Louth, Ireland) BLS
441 8 August 19 Renatus, bishop (of Angers) (Translation) GTZ: Angers
442 8 August 19 Sebald, confessor GTZ: Bamberg, Roskild
443 8 August 19 Timothy, Agapius, and Thecla, martyrs BLS
451 8 August 20 Amator, confessor GTZ: Avranches
452 8 August 20 Auctor, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier, Braunschweig
453 8 August 20 Bernard, abbot, confessor, Doctor of the Church common
454 8 August 20 Hadvindus, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
455 8 August 20 Leontius and Carpophorus, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia
456 8 August 20 Malachi, bishop, confessor GTZ: Cologne
457 8 August 20 Maximus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Tours
458 8 August 20 Oswin, king, martyr BLS; GTZ: York; PRI: England
459 8 August 20 Philibert, abbot, confessor GTZ: Trier, France; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges), as bishop
460 8 August 20 Seronius, confessor GTZ: Saintes
461 8 August 20 Stephen, king (of Hungary), confessor GTZ
4068 8 August 21 Anastasius, martyr [Salona, Dalmatien] A. S.
462 8 August 21 Avitus, bishop (of Auvergne) GTZ: Clermont
463 8 August 21 Bernard Ptolemy BLS
464 8 August 21 Bonosus and Maximilian, martyrs BLS
4375 8 August 21 Juliani, bishop (of Lescar) [Lescar, Patron] A.S.
465 8 August 21 Pius (X), pope MR
466 8 August 21 Privatus, bishop (of Mende), martyr GTZ; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
4526 8 August 21 Ragnobert, bishop (of Bayeux), translation Raimbert also: Renobert, Regnobert, translation 9th C
467 8 August 21 Reginwald, count, confessor GTZ: Norway
468 8 August 21 Richard, bishop (of Andria) BLS
470 8 August 22 Andrew, deacon BLS
4267 8 August 22 Antonius, martyr [Rom] A. S.
471 8 August 22 Hippolytus, Doctor of the Church BLS
472 8 August 22 John Kemble, martyr BLS
473 8 August 22 Mary, Regina MR
474 8 August 22 Maurus and companions, martyrs GTZ: Reims
469 8 August 22 Octave of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
475 8 August 22 Philibert, abbot (of Jumieges and Nermoutier) BLS
476 8 August 22 Richard Kirkman, martyr BLS
477 8 August 22 Symphorianus, martyr BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)
478 8 August 22 Timothy, martyr common
479 8 August 22 Veredemus, confessor GTZ: Uzès
480 8 August 22 William Lacy, martyr BLS
481 8 August 23 Apollinaris Sidonius, bishop (of Clermont) BLS; GTZ: Clermont
482 8 August 23 Archelaus, martyr GTZ: Augsburg
483 8 August 23 Bartholomew (Vigil) HCC
484 8 August 23 Claudius, Asterius, Neon, Domnina, and Theonilla, martyrs BLS
485 8 August 23 Ebba, virgin GTZ: Scotland
486 8 August 23 Eugenius, bishop (of Derry) BLS
487 8 August 23 Flavian, bishop (of Autun) GTZ: Autun
488 8 August 23 Hermogenes and Fortunatus, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia
489 8 August 23 Justinian, hermit, martyr BLS
490 8 August 23 Longinus, martyr GTZ: Sens
4359 8 August 23 Louis, bishop (of Toulouse) Order of Friars Minor (+ 1297, can. 1317)
491 8 August 23 Minervus and Eleazarus, with their eight children, martyrs GTZ: Lyon
492 8 August 23 Philip Beniti BLS
4479 8 August 23 Quiriaci, bishop, martyr and companions [Ostia] A.S.
493 8 August 23 Rose (of Lima), virgin MR
494 8 August 23 Theonas, bishop (of Alexandria) BLS
495 8 August 23 Timothy and Apollinaris, martyrs GTZ: in Germany, only remarkable for Magdeburg; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges), without Apollinaris
496 8 August 23 Zaccheus, bishop (of Jerusalem), confessor GTZ: Teutonic Knights
497 8 August 24 Audoenus, bishop (of Rouen), confessor GTZ: France, England
4478 8 August 24 Auree, virgin [Ostia] A. S.
3989 8 August 24 Bartholomew (vigil)
498 8 August 24 Bartholomew, apostle, martyr common; 6082, as Vigil
499 8 August 24 Irchard, bishop BLS
500 8 August 24 Martyrs of Utica BLS
501 8 August 24 Ouen, bishop BLS; PCP (Paris)
502 8 August 24 Severus, abbot (at Agde) GTZ: Narbonne
503 8 August 25 Adalbert, bishop (of Prague), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Prague, Lebus
504 8 August 25 Aredius, abbot (of Saint-Yrieix) GTZ: Limoges
505 8 August 25 Bartholomew, apostle 6082
4461 8 August 25 Bernard, abbot (of Clairvaux), confessor (+ 1153) Havelberg. - Aarhus, Upsala.
506 8 August 25 Ebba, virgin BLS; GTZ: Durham; PRI: England
507 8 August 25 Eleutherius, bishop (of Tournai), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Tournai
508 8 August 25 Eusebius, Pontianus, Peregrinus and Vincent, martyrs GTZ: Lyon
510 8 August 25 Genesius, martyr (at Arles) GTZ: Arles
509 8 August 25 Genesius, martyr (at Rome) GTZ: Rome; PCP (Paris)
511 8 August 25 Gregory, abbot, bishop (of Utrecht) BLS; GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
512 8 August 25 Gurloesius, abbot GTZ: Quimper
513 8 August 25 Hedwigis, widow, duchess (Translation) GTZ: Breslau, Krakow, Gnesen, Meissen
514 8 August 25 Hilda, virgin GTZ: York
515 8 August 25 Hunegundis, virgin GTZ: Cambrai
516 8 August 25 Joseph (of Calasanz), priest MR
518 8 August 25 Louis (IX), king (of France), confessor common; GTZ: one or more religious orders, France; PCP (Paris), in red; WTS (Bruges), sometimes as bishop
517 8 August 25 Lucius, pope, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Roskild
519 8 August 25 Martian, abbot (at Apt) GTZ: Apt
520 8 August 25 Rigomerus, priest GTZ: Tours
521 8 August 25 Thomas, bishop (of Hereford), confessor (Deposition) GTZ: Hereford
522 8 August 25 Turibius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Paderborn
523 8 August 25 Victurius, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
524 8 August 26 Abundius and Irenaeus, martyrs GTZ; PCP (Paris)
525 8 August 26 Adalbert, bishop (of Prague), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Breslau
4060 8 August 26 Alexandri, martyr *Halle, Lausanne, Magdeburg, Sitten. - [Bergamo, Patron), [Brescia, ein anderer als der Bergomaske]
526 8 August 26 Anastasius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Aachen, Paderborn, Toul
4221 8 August 26 Aredius, abbot (of Saint-Yrieix) Cluniacenser.
527 8 August 26 Bernard PCP (Paris)
528 8 August 26 Eleutherius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
529 8 August 26 Gelasinus, martyr BLS
530 8 August 26 Gelasius (and Justin), bishops (of Poitiers) GTZ: Poitiers
531 8 August 26 Genesius, martyr BLS
532 8 August 26 Genisius (of Arles), martyr BLS
533 8 August 26 Habundus and Hiereneus, martyrs GTZ; WTS (Bruges)
534 8 August 26 Hedwigis, widow, duchess (Translation) GTZ: Lebus
4625 8 August 26 Louis, bishop (of Toulouse), confessor (Octave) (+ 1297, can. 1317) Franciscans
535 8 August 26 Secundus and Alexander (and Abundus), martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg, Lausanne, Aix
536 8 August 26 Severinus, pope GTZ: Augustinians, Franciscans
537 8 August 26 Zephyrin, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: Augustinians, Franciscans; PRI
3985 8 August 27 Augustine (Vigil)
538 8 August 27 Bernard, abbot WTS (Bruges)
540 8 August 27 Carponius, martyr 6082
539 8 August 27 Cesarius, bishop (of Arles), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France
541 8 August 27 Ebbo, bishop (of Sens) GTZ: Sens
542 8 August 27 Felix, bishop, martyr GTZ: Fréjus
543 8 August 27 Gebhard, bishop (of Constance) GTZ: Constance, Switzerland
544 8 August 27 George and Aurelius, martyrs GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
545 8 August 27 Hermagoras and Fortunatus, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Aquileia
546 8 August 27 Hugh (of Lincoln), martyr BLS
547 8 August 27 Licerius, bishop (of Conserans) GTZ: Saint Lizier
548 8 August 27 Malrubbus, abbot, martyr BLS; GTZ: Scotland
549 8 August 27 Monica MR
550 8 August 27 Poemen (Pastor), abbot BLS
551 8 August 27 Rufus, bishop (of Metz), martyr common
553 8 August 27 Sulpitius, bishop (of Bourges), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Bourges
552 8 August 27 Syagrius, bishop (of Autun), confessor BLS; GTZ: Autun
554 8 August 27 Vivianus, bishop (of Saintes), confessor GTZ: Saintes
555 8 August 28 Augustine, bishop, confessor, Doctor of the Church common; 6082, in red
556 8 August 28 Clarus, confessor GTZ: Poitiers
557 8 August 28 Hermes, martyr common; GTZ: sometimes moved to Aug 27
4536 8 August 28 John the Baptist, martyr, beheading (Vigil)
558 8 August 28 Julian, martyr BLS; GTZ: Strassburg, Metz, France; PCP (Paris)
559 8 August 28 Pelagius, martyr GTZ: Constance, Switzerland
560 8 August 28 Secundus and Alexander (and Abundus), martyrs GTZ: Bremen
561 8 August 29 Adelphius, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz, Strassburg
4646 8 August 29 Euthymius, confessor [Perugia] A.S.
562 8 August 29 John the Baptist, martyr (Beheading) common; HCC, PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
563 8 August 29 Medericus, abbot (at Paris) BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Merry
564 8 August 29 Sabina, virgin, martyr common
565 8 August 29 Sebbi (Sebba), monk BLS
572 8 August 30 Agilus, abbot BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
573 8 August 30 Donatian, bishop (of Reims), confessor (Translation) GTZ, WTS: Bruges
574 8 August 30 Felix and Adauctus, martyrs common
575 8 August 30 Fiacre, confessor (at Meaux) BLS; GTZ: Metz, Utrecht, Scotland, France; PCP (Paris)
576 8 August 30 Guthlac, hermit, confessor (Translation) GTZ: England
577 8 August 30 Heribert, bishop (of Cologne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Cologne
4285 8 August 30 Julian, martyr Aquileia
578 8 August 30 Pammarchius BLS
579 8 August 30 Rumonus, bishop GTZ: Exeter
580 8 August 31 Aedhan, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland; PRI: England
581 8 August 31 Cuthburga, virgin BLS; GTZ: England
582 8 August 31 Ebregisil, bishop (of Meaux) GTZ: Meaux
4151 8 August 31 Eleutherius, bishop (of Tournai), translation (Octave) Tournai
583 8 August 31 Felix and Adauctus PRI
584 8 August 31 Isabel BLS
585 8 August 31 Justus and Clement, bishops, confessors GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
586 8 August 31 Lazarus, bishop (of Marseilles), martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ: Brixen, Apt
587 8 August 31 Optatus, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre
4531 8 August 31 Patrick, bishop (of Nevers) Nevers
588 8 August 31 Paulinus, bishop (of Trier), martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ: Bremen, Cologne, Trier, Gnesen, Prague, France; HCC; PCP (Paris)
589 8 August 31 Raymond Nonnatus, cardinal BLS
590 8 August 31 Sunniva and companions, virgins (Translation) GTZ: Norway
3632 9 September 1 Aegydius (Giles), abbot, confessor common; BLS: France and England; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), in red
3633 9 September 1 Beatus, confessor GTZ: Laon
3634 9 September 1 Bossianus, confessor GTZ: Laon
3635 9 September 1 Fiacre, confessor BLS: Ireland
3636 9 September 1 Firminus (II), bishop (of Amiens), confessor BLS; GTZ: Amiens only
3638 9 September 1 Lazarus, bishop (of Marseilles), martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ: Lyon
3639 9 September 1 Lupus, bishop (of Sens), confessor BLS; GTZ: Sens; PCP (Paris), in red
3640 9 September 1 Nivardus, bishop (of Reims), confessor GTZ: Reims
3641 9 September 1 Priscus, martyr common
4380 9 September 1 Regulus, martyr [Piombino] A.S., D., E.
3642 9 September 1 Sixtus and Sinnicius, confessors GTZ: northern Germany, Reims
3643 9 September 1 Twelve Holy Brothers, martyrs BLS; 6082, in red
3644 9 September 1 Verena, virgin GTZ: southern Germany, Switzerland
3645 9 September 1 Victurius, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: Chartres
3646 9 September 1 Vincent, bishop (of Dax) and Laetus, priest, martyrs GTZ: Dax, Oléron
3760 9 September 2 Agnes, virgin, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
3761 9 September 2 Agricolus, bishop (of Avignon), confessor GTZ: Avignon
3762 9 September 2 Anicetus and Photinus, martyrs GTZ: LeMans
3763 9 September 2 Antoninus, martyr GTZ; PCP (Paris)
3764 9 September 2 Elpidius, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
3765 9 September 2 Emericus, duke (Deposition) GTZ: Hungary
3766 9 September 2 Grimbald, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
3767 9 September 2 Justus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cologne, Trier, Genf, Mainz, Lyon
3768 9 September 2 Margaret, martyr BLS
3769 9 September 2 Nonnosus, confessor GTZ: Freising
4381 9 September 2 Octavian, priest, hermit Volterra, also Sept 3
3770 9 September 2 Prisco 6082
3771 9 September 2 Stephen, king (of Hungary) BLS
3772 9 September 2 William, bishop (of Roskilde) BLS
3773 9 September 2 Zeno, bishop, confessor and son
3858 9 September 3 Aigulf, abbot, and companions, martyrs GTZ: France
3859 9 September 3 Ambrose, bishop (of Sens) GTZ: Sens
3860 9 September 3 Chrodegang, bishop (of Séez), martyr GTZ: Séez, Paris; PCP (Paris), as Godegrand
4043 9 September 3 Eufemia, Dorothy, Thecla and Erasme, Virgins, Martyr (Quatuor virginum)
3861 9 September 3 Gregory (the Great), pope, Doctor of the Church MR
3862 9 September 3 Lupus PCP (Paris)
3863 9 September 3 Macnisius, bishop (of Connor) BLS
3864 9 September 3 Mansuetus, bishop (of Toul), confessor (with Remacle) BLS; GTZ: Mainz, Trier, France
4347 9 September 3 Nicholas of Tolentino, priest, confessor, Order of St. Augustin (+ 1305; can. 1446), Halle
3865 9 September 3 Ragnobert, bishop (of Bayeux) (Translation) GTZ: Bayeux
3866 9 September 3 Remacle, bishop (of Maestricht), confessor common
3867 9 September 3 Seraphia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Eichstädt, Narbonne, Tours
3868 9 September 3 Simeon Stylite (the Younger), hermit BLS
3869 9 September 3 Sophia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Minden, Verdun
3986 9 September 4 Augustine (Octave)
3884 9 September 4 Birinus, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
3885 9 September 4 Boniface, pope, confessor GTZ: Camaldoensians
3886 9 September 4 Cagnoald, bishop (of Laon) GTZ: Laon
4011 9 September 4 Candida, martyr non-virgin Naples
3887 9 September 4 Cuthbert, bishop (of Lindisfarne), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: England, Rouen, Scotland, Scandinavia
3888 9 September 4 Eleutherius, bishop WTS (Bruges)
3889 9 September 4 Erintrudis, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Salzburg
3890 9 September 4 Frodoald, bishop (of Mende), martyr GTZ: Mende, Clermont
3891 9 September 4 Ida, widow BLS
4440 9 September 4 Julian, martyr (octave) Clermont
3892 9 September 4 Marcellus (and Valerian), martyrs (at Chalon-sur-Saône) BLS; GTZ: France, sometimes Germany; HCC; PCP (Paris)
3893 9 September 4 Marinus, martyr GTZ: San Marino
3894 9 September 4 Maurus, bishop (of Verdun), confessor (Translation, of Maurus, Salvinus and Arator, bishops (of Verdun) GTZ: Verdun
3998 9 September 4 Moses, proph. confessor Langres, Tours. - Carmeliter.
3895 9 September 4 Rosa (of Viterbo), virgin BLS
3896 9 September 4 Rosalia, hermit BLS (+1160)
3897 9 September 4 Ultan, bishop (of Ardbreccan, Meath) BLS
3899 9 September 5 Alto (of Ireland), monk BLS
3900 9 September 5 Anianus, bishop (of Besançon) GTZ: Besançon
4613 9 September 5 Anniversary of our families and benefactors Dominicans, from 1246
3901 9 September 5 Ansaricus, bishop (of Soissons), confessor GTZ: Soissons
3902 9 September 5 Bertin, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: northern France, England, Norway; PCP (Paris)
3903 9 September 5 Ferreolus and Ferrutius, martyrs (at Besançon) (Invention) GTZ: southern France
3904 9 September 5 Genebald, bishop (of Laon), confessor GTZ: Laon
3905 9 September 5 Herculianus and Victorinus, martyrs GTZ: Bamberg, Paderborn
3906 9 September 5 Hycinthus, martyr GTZ: Worms
3907 9 September 5 Innocentia, virgin GTZ: Bordeaux
4280 9 September 5 John the Baptist, beheading (Octave) Kammin, Lübeck. - Johanniter.
3908 9 September 5 Lawrence Justinian, bishop (of Venice) BLS
3898 9 September 5 Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary HCC, in red
4406 9 September 5 Quintini, confessor Krackow
4542 9 September 5 Regina, virgin, martyr Gnesen
4397 9 September 5 Septimus, bishop (of Aesii), martyr September 5: [Jesi] D.
3909 9 September 5 Sigismund, king, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Freising
3910 9 September 5 Taurinus, bishop (of Evreux), confessor (Invention) GTZ: Evreux
3911 9 September 5 Victorinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Münster, Prague, Ratzeburg, Narbonne, Paris, Senlis; PCP (Paris)
3912 9 September 6 Amandus (Amantus), bishop WTS (Bruges)
3913 9 September 6 Augustine, apostle to England, confessor (Translation) GTZ: England
3914 9 September 6 Bega, virgin BLS
3915 9 September 6 Donatian, bishop, martyr PCP (Paris)
3916 9 September 6 Eleutherius, abbot BLS
3917 9 September 6 Erkenbodo, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Thérouanne
3918 9 September 6 Eugenius, bishop (of Carthage), confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Albi
3919 9 September 6 Gundulf, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz, Toul
3920 9 September 6 Humbert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Cambrai
3921 9 September 6 Macculindus, bishop (of Lusk) BLS
3922 9 September 6 Magnus, abbot, confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: mostly southern Germany; HCC
3923 9 September 6 Onesiphorus, confessor GTZ: Narbonne
3924 9 September 6 Pambo (of Nitria), abbot, confessor BLS
3925 9 September 6 Sanctianus, martyr GTZ: Sens
4069 9 September 6 Zachary, prophet (Father of Joachimi) Halle (p. J.), Merseburg. - Turin. - Carmeliter.
3926 9 September 7 Alchmund and Tilberht, bishops (of Hexham) BLS
3927 9 September 7 Alpinus, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne) GTZ
3928 9 September 7 Carissima, virgin GTZ: Albi
3929 9 September 7 Chlodoald, priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Cloud
3930 9 September 7 Dunstan, bishop (of Canturbury), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Canterbury
3931 9 September 7 Eunan, bishop (of Raphoe) BLS
3932 9 September 7 Evurtius, bishop (of Orléans), confessor BLS; GTZ: Chur, Liège, Metz, Utrecht, Worms, France, England; HCC; PCP (Paris), as Euverte
4512 9 September 7 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens) (Septave) Amiens
3933 9 September 7 Gratus, bishop (of Aosta), confessor GTZ: Lausanne
3934 9 September 7 Grimonia, virgin, martyr BLS
3935 9 September 7 Gunzelinus, bishop (of Toul) GTZ: Toul
3936 9 September 7 Helena, queen GTZ: Auxerre
4483 9 September 7 John, martyr (in Nicomedia) Seville, Mailand (Ambros.) fälschlich als pp. m.
3937 9 September 7 Madelberta, virgin BLS; GTZ: Gnesen, Cologne, Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
3938 9 September 7 Memorius, martyr GTZ: Troyes
3978 9 September 7 Nativity of the BVM (Vigil)
3939 9 September 7 Proba, virgin, martyr BLS
3940 9 September 7 Regina, virgin, martyr BLS
3941 9 September 7 Viventius, bishop (of Reims) GTZ: Reims
3943 9 September 8 Adrian, bishop (of St. Andrews), martyr common; GTZ: southern Germany, France, zu Datierungen wenig verwendet, eigentl. Translation
3944 9 September 8 Bertivin, martyr GTZ: Lisieux
3945 9 September 8 Corbinianus, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
3946 9 September 8 Disibodus, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Mainz
3947 9 September 8 Eusebius, Nestorius, Zeno, and Nestor, martyrs BLS
3942 9 September 8 Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
3948 9 September 8 Sidronius, martyr BLS
3949 9 September 9 Anscharius, bishop (Translation (Elevation)) GTZ: Bremen
3950 9 September 9 Audomar, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor GTZ: Flanders
3951 9 September 9 Bettelin (Beccelin), hermit BLS
3952 9 September 9 Gorgonius, Dorothy, and companions, martyrs common; often without Dorothy
3953 9 September 9 Kieran, abbot BLS
3954 9 September 9 Kunegundis empress, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Bamberg, Salzburg
3955 9 September 9 Medard, bishop (of Noyon), confessor (Revelation) GTZ: Dijon
3956 9 September 9 Modwenna, virgin GTZ: Winchester
3957 9 September 9 Omer, bishop BLS; PCP (Paris)
3958 9 September 9 Osmanna, virgin BLS
4399 9 September 9 Servatius, dedication of St. Servatius, Maastricht Maastricht
3959 9 September 9 Veranus, bishop (of Vence), confessor GTZ: Vence
3647 9 September 10 Dagobert, (king), martyr GTZ: Verdun
3648 9 September 10 Ethelwold, bishop (of Winchester), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
3649 9 September 10 Finian McCorpre, bishop (of Moville), confessor BLS; HBD
3650 9 September 10 Fridestan, bishop (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
4092 9 September 10 Hilarius, pope, confessor Brixen, *Goslar (ep. m.), Utrecht. - Kjöbenhavn, [Rom] A.S
3651 9 September 10 Macanisius, bishop (of Connor and Down), confessor BLS
3652 9 September 10 Nemecianus, Felix, Lucius, Jader, Davitus, Felix, and companions, martyrs and confessors (in Numidia) BLS; PCP (Paris), as Demettre
3653 9 September 10 Nicholas (of Tolentino), priest, confessor (+ 1305; can. 1446), BLS; GTZ: Augustinians
3654 9 September 10 Othger, confessor GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
3655 9 September 10 Protus and Hyacinthus, martyrs (sometimes only confessors) WTS (Bruges)
3656 9 September 10 Pulcheria, empress BLS
3657 9 September 10 Salvius, bishop (of Albi), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France
3658 9 September 10 Theodard, bishop (of Maestricht), martyr GTZ: Liège
4268 9 September 10 Victoris, martyr Bremen.
3659 9 September 11 Adelphius, abbot (at Remiremont) GTZ: Toul
3660 9 September 11 Alneus and Almirus, abbots GTZ: LeMans
3661 9 September 11 Bodo, bishop (of Toul) GTZ: Toul
3662 9 September 11 Emilianus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Uzès
3663 9 September 11 Eugenia, virgin, martyr 6082
3664 9 September 11 Felix and Regula, martyrs GTZ: Switzerland, Magdeburg, Ratzeburg, Bamberg, Strassburg
3665 9 September 11 Guido, confessor WTS (Bruges)
3666 9 September 11 Paphnutius, bishop (of Upper Thebaid) BLS
3667 9 September 11 Patiens, bishop (of Lyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Lyon
3668 9 September 11 Peter, bishop (of Tarentaise), confessor GTZ: Tarentaise
3669 9 September 11 Protus and Hyacinthus, martyrs common; 6082, in red
3670 9 September 11 Regula, virgin GTZ: Constance
3671 9 September 12 Albius, bishop (of Munster) BLS
3672 9 September 12 Cyrus and Juventius, confessors (sometimes martyrs) GTZ: Augsburg, Metz, France; PCP (Paris)
3673 9 September 12 Eanswide, abbess BLS
4601 9 September 12 Eugenia, virgin, martyr Tarassona
3674 9 September 12 Guido, confessor BLS; HBD
3675 9 September 12 Hugo, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4415 9 September 12 Marcellinus, bishop Utrecht
3676 9 September 12 Maximinus, bishop (of Trier), confessor (Deposition) GTZ: Trier
3677 9 September 12 Reverentius, priest (at Bayeux), confessor GTZ: Bayeux, Saintes, Tours
3678 9 September 12 Sacerdos, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
4118 9 September 12 Serapionis, bishop, martyr [Catania] A.S.
3679 9 September 12 Seven Sleepers, martyrs GTZ: Regensburg
3681 9 September 13 Amatus, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Metz, Toul
3680 9 September 13 Amatus, bishop (of Sens), confessor BLS; GTZ: Sens
3682 9 September 13 Anthony, bishop (of Carpentras) GTZ: Arles
3683 9 September 13 Aurelius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Constance
3684 9 September 13 Eulogius, bishop (of Alexandria) BLS
3983 9 September 13 Exaltation of the Cross (Vigil)
3685 9 September 13 John Chrysostom, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
3686 9 September 13 Lidorius, bishop (of Tours) GTZ: Tours
3687 9 September 13 Maternus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ
3688 9 September 13 Maurilius, bishop (of Angers), confessor BLS; GTZ: Teutonic Knights, France; PCP (Paris)
3689 9 September 13 Maximus, bishop (of Reji), confessor (Invention) GTZ: Thérouanne
3690 9 September 13 Philip, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4364 9 September 13 Reginbald, bishop (of Spier) (+ 1039): [Speyer] A.S.
3691 9 September 13 Seven Sleepers, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia, Salzburg, Passau
4565 9 September 13 Tricesimus assumptionis Mariae 30 days post Assumption, Germany - Frauentag dreissiget
3692 9 September 13 Venantius, abbot (of St. Martin of Tours) PCP (Paris)
3694 9 September 14 Catherine (of Genoa), widow BLS
3695 9 September 14 Cormac, king (of Munster), bishop (of Cashel) BLS
3696 9 September 14 Cornelius and Cyprianus, martyrs (zu Daten selten verwendet) GTZ: Lower Rhine; 6082; PCP (Paris)
3693 9 September 14 Exaltation of the Cross
3697 9 September 14 Maternus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3699 9 September 15 Aichard, abbot BLS; GTZ: Cambrai, Rouen
3700 9 September 15 Albinus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
3701 9 September 15 Aper, bishop (of Toul) BLS; GTZ: Strassburg, Metz, Châlons-sur-Marne, Toul
4246 9 September 15 Festum Reliquiarum of Sarum Sarum, Later moved to Sunday after July 7 (Trans. St. Thomas)
3702 9 September 15 John (the Dwarf), anchoret (at Scete) BLS
3703 9 September 15 Leobinus, bishop (of Chartres) (Translation) GTZ: Chartres
3706 9 September 15 Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows MR
3704 9 September 15 Nicetas, martyr BLS
3705 9 September 15 Nicomedes, martyr common
3698 9 September 15 Octave of the Nativity of Mary PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
3707 9 September 15 Valerianus, martyr GTZ: Macon
4144 9 September 15 Vincentius Toledo (Mozarab.)
4543 9 September 16 Audomar, bishop, deposition (Octave)
3708 9 September 16 Cornelius, pope, and Cyprian, bishop (of Carthage), martyrs common
3709 9 September 16 Cyprian, bishop (of Carthage) BLS
3711 9 September 16 Edith, virgin (at Aylesbury) BLS
3710 9 September 16 Edith, virgin (at Winchester) BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3712 9 September 16 Einbeta, Worbeta, and Vilbeta, virgins GTZ: Worms
3713 9 September 16 Eufemia, virgin, martyr common
3714 9 September 16 Joachim, confessor GTZ: Carmelites
3715 9 September 16 Lucy and Geminianus, martyrs BLS; PCP (Paris); 6082, in red
3716 9 September 16 Ludmilla, martyr GTZ: Prague
3717 9 September 16 Mathurin PCP (Paris)
3718 9 September 16 Ninian, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
3719 9 September 16 Principius, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
4103 9 September 17 Audomar, bishop (of Morinen), confessor Paris
3720 9 September 17 Columba, virgin, martyr BLS
3721 9 September 17 Floscellus, martyr GTZ: Rouen
3722 9 September 17 Francis, confessor (Impression of the stigmata) BLS; GTZ: Franciscans
3723 9 September 17 Hildegard, abbess BLS
3724 9 September 17 Justin, priest, martyr GTZ: Autun
3725 9 September 17 Lambert, bishop, martyr common; HCC, in red
3726 9 September 17 Liofard PCP (Paris)
3727 9 September 17 Omer PCP (Paris)
3728 9 September 17 Peter Arbues, martyr BLS
3729 9 September 17 Robert Bellarmino, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
3730 9 September 17 Rodingus, confessor BLS; GTZ: Verdun
3731 9 September 17 Socrates and Stephen, martyrs BLS
3968 9 September 17 Sun enters Libra
4269 9 September 17 Valeriani, Macrini and Gordiani, martyrs [Lausanne, Nyon] A.S.
3732 9 September 18 Columbanus, confessor HCC
3733 9 September 18 Eutropius, martyr GTZ: Verdun
3734 9 September 18 Ferreolus, bishop (of Limoges), martyr BLS; GTZ: Genf, Trier, Worms
3735 9 September 18 Ferreolus, martyr (at Vienne) GTZ: France
3736 9 September 18 Joseph (of Cupertino), friar, confessor BLS
3737 9 September 18 Methodius, bishop (of Tyre) BLS
3738 9 September 18 Panthalin PCP (Paris)
3739 9 September 18 Richardis, empress, virgin GTZ: Strassburg
3740 9 September 18 Sinerius, bishop (of Avranches), confessor GTZ: Avranches
3741 9 September 18 Speosippus, Eleosippus, and Meleosippus, martyrs (Invention) GTZ: Langres
3742 9 September 18 Thomas (of Villanova), bishop (of Valentia) BLS
3743 9 September 18 Trophimus, martyr (at Antioch) GTZ: Trier
4045 9 September 18 Victoris and Corone, martyr Trient. - Paris (nur Vic.). - Turin. - Carmeliter (nur Vic.).
3744 9 September 19 Arnulph, bishop (of Gap), confessor GTZ: Gap
3745 9 September 19 Columbanus, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3746 9 September 19 Eufemia, Dorothy, Thecla and Erasma, virgins, martyrs (the Four Virgins) GTZ: Aquileia
3747 9 September 19 Eustochius, bishop (of Tours) BLS; GTZ: Tours
4433 9 September 19 Felix and Constantie, martyrs [Nocera] A.S.
3748 9 September 19 Festus and Desiderius, martyrs 6082
3749 9 September 19 Florentius and Janius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg, Kammin, Ratzeburg
3750 9 September 19 Goericus, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz, Toul, Verdun
3751 9 September 19 Januarius, bishop, and companions, martyrs common; BLS: Naples; GTZ: Bremen, Gnesen (except Krakow), Magdeburg, Kammin, Trier, France
3752 9 September 19 Lambert, bishop (of Freising) GTZ: Freising
3753 9 September 19 Lucy, virgin BLS
3754 9 September 19 Marianus, monk, confessor GTZ: Bourges
3755 9 September 19 Maternus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Liège
3756 9 September 19 Miletus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3757 9 September 19 Peleus, Pa-termuthes, and companions, martyrs BLS
3758 9 September 19 Sequanus, abbot (of Langres), confessor BLS; GTZ: France, Cistercians; PCP (Paris), as Seine or Signe
3759 9 September 19 Theodore, confessor BLS; GTZ: Minden; PRI: England (as bishop of Canterbury)
3774 9 September 20 Agapitus, pope BLS
4155 9 September 20 Amand, bishop, confessor Tournai
3775 9 September 20 Dionysius HCC
3776 9 September 20 Eustace, and companions, martyrs BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders
3777 9 September 20 Fausta, virgin GTZ: Mainz, Rodez
3778 9 September 20 Matthew (Vigil) common
3779 9 September 20 Quiriacus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3780 9 September 21 Castor, bishop (of Apt), confessor GTZ: Apt
3781 9 September 21 Landelinus, martyr GTZ: Strassburg
3782 9 September 21 Laudus, bishop (of Coûtances), confessor BLS; GTZ: Rouen, England, Scotland
3783 9 September 21 Matthew, apostle, evangelist common
3784 9 September 21 Maura, virgin (at Troyes) BLS; GTZ: Troyes
4645 9 September 22 Antoninus, bishop (of Meaux) Usually Sept. 30
3785 9 September 22 Emmeram, abbot (sometimes bishop), martyr BLS; GTZ
3786 9 September 22 Germanus, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor (sometimes also priest) (Translation) GTZ: Auxerre
3787 9 September 22 Lolanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3788 9 September 22 Lutrudis, virgin GTZ: Hildesheim, Paderborn
3789 9 September 22 Maurice, soldier (sometimes bishop), and companions, martyrs common; HCC, 6082, in red
3790 9 September 22 Serotinus, deacon, martyr GTZ: Sens
3791 9 September 22 Silvanus, confessor GTZ: Bourges
3792 9 September 22 Thebaides, martyr GTZ
3793 9 September 22 Thomas (of Villanova), bishop (of Valentia) BLS
3794 9 September 23 Adamnan (McRonan), abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Scotland
4376 9 September 23 Assumption of the BVM, Commemoration Brandenburg, Freising, Mainz, Passau, Regensburg, and Frankfurt
4251 9 September 23 Clete, virgin Toledo (Mozarab.).
3795 9 September 23 Digna and Merita, virgins GTZ: Hildesheim
3796 9 September 23 Florentius, confessor GTZ: Arles
4644 9 September 23 Liberius, pope [Rom] A.S.
3797 9 September 23 Linus, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: Augustinians, Franciscans; PRI
3798 9 September 23 Paternus, bishop (of Avranches), confessor GTZ: Avranches, Paris, Tours; PCP (Paris), as Pair
3799 9 September 23 Thecla, virgin, martyr common
3800 9 September 23 Vincent (and Anastasius), martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Besançon
3801 9 September 24 Andochius and companions (Thyrsus and Felix), martyrs GTZ: Lausanne, France; PCP (Paris)
3802 9 September 24 Eustace PCP (Paris)
4504 9 September 24 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), Vigil Amiens
3803 9 September 24 Gaugericus, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor (sometimes martyr) (Elevation) GTZ: Cambrai
3804 9 September 24 Gerard, bishop (of Csanad), martyr BLS; GTZ: Hungary
3805 9 September 24 Geremar, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Reims
3806 9 September 24 John the Baptist (Conception) common
3807 9 September 24 Kuniald (and Gislarius), priests BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
4326 9 September 24 Lambert, bishop (of Lüttich), (Octave) Lüttich, Belgium
3808 9 September 24 Rupert, bishop (of Salzburg), confessor GTZ: Speyer, Worms, Würzburg, Breslau, Salzburg (Translation)
3809 9 September 24 Rusticus, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Clermont
3810 9 September 24 Solemnis, bishop (of Chartres) GTZ: Chartres
3811 9 September 24 Thecla, virgin, martyr GTZ: Augsburg only
3812 9 September 24 William Spencer and Robert Hardisty, martyrs BLS
3813 9 September 25 Aunacharius, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor BLS; GTZ: Auxerre
3814 9 September 25 Barr, bishop (of Cork), confessor BLS; GTZ: England
3815 9 September 25 Ceolfrid, abbot BLS
3816 9 September 25 Cleophas, disciple of Christ, martyr GTZ: Teutonic Knights, southern France, Hungary
3817 9 September 25 Fimbert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3818 9 September 25 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), martyr (sometimes confessor) BLS; GTZ: northern France, England, Scotland, Trier, Paderborn, Worms, Norway; PCP (Paris)
3819 9 September 25 Hermenfrid, abbot GTZ: Besançon
3820 9 September 25 Lupus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
3821 9 September 25 Principius, bishop (of Soissons) GTZ: Soissons
3822 9 September 25 Sergius and Bacchus, martyrs GTZ: Metz
3823 9 September 26 Colman Elo, abbot BLS
3824 9 September 26 Cosmas and Damian, martyrs MR
3825 9 September 26 Cyprian, martyr common
3826 9 September 26 Eusebius, pope BLS
3827 9 September 26 Justina, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Halberstadt; PRI
3828 9 September 26 Merodius, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3829 9 September 26 Nilus (the younger), abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Italy
4648 9 September 26 Senatoris, bishop (of Avranches), confessor Paris.
3830 9 September 26 Sinerius, bishop (of Avranches), confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Senier
3831 9 September 26 Virgilius, bishop (of Salzburg), confessor (Translation (als er gehaben worden ist)) GTZ: Salzburg
3832 9 September 27 Ceraunus arch
3833 9 September 27 Cosmas and Damian, martyrs common; 6082, in red
3834 9 September 27 Elzearus, count (of Arian), (and Delphina), confessor BLS; GTZ: Apt
3835 9 September 27 Florentinus and Hilarius, martyrs (at Autun) GTZ: Autun
3836 9 September 27 Stanislas, bishop, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Gnesen
3837 9 September 27 Terentius and Fidentius, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg
3838 9 September 27 Vincent de Paul, priest MR
3839 9 September 28 Alchas, bishop (of Toul) GTZ: Toul
3840 9 September 28 Allodius, bishop (of Auxerre) GTZ: Auxerre
3841 9 September 28 Annemund Delphinus, bishop (of Lyon), martyr GTZ: Lyon
3842 9 September 28 Convall, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3843 9 September 28 Doda, virgin, martyr GTZ: Auch
3844 9 September 28 Eustochium, virgin BLS
3845 9 September 28 Exuperius, bishop (of Toulouse), confessor BLS; GTZ: Meaux, Senlis, southern France
3846 9 September 28 Lioba, virgin BLS
3847 9 September 28 Machan, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3848 9 September 28 Marcealis, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3979 9 September 28 Matthew, Apostle (Octave)
3849 9 September 28 Mauritius (knight) and companions, martyrs (Advent (of his head)) GTZ: Magdeburg
4205 9 September 28 Michael, the archangel, and All Angels; Dedication of St. Michael's at Monte Gargano (Vigil) common
3850 9 September 28 Privus PCP (Paris), as Presme
4201 9 September 28 Salomonis, bishop (of Geneva), confessor [Genua] A.S.
3851 9 September 28 Terentius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Paderborn
4628 9 September 28 Valencia Cathedral, Dedication of belltower Valencia. La torre del Micalet (El Miguelete) was dedicated on the 29th, 1429.
3852 9 September 28 Wenceslas, king (of Bohemia), martyr common
3853 9 September 29 Baldus, confessor GTZ: Sens
3854 9 September 29 Fraternus, bishop (of Auxerre), martyr GTZ: Auxerre
3855 9 September 29 Lutwin, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3856 9 September 29 Michael, the archangel, and All Angels; Dedication of St. Michael's at Monte Gargano common
3857 9 September 29 Theodata, martyr BLS
3870 9 September 30 Antoninus, bishop (of Meaux) GTZ: Meaux
3871 9 September 30 Geronimus, confessor GTZ
3872 9 September 30 Gregory, bishop (of Caesaria and Cappadocia) BLS
3873 9 September 30 Honorius, bishop (of Canterbury) BLS; PRI: England
3874 9 September 30 Jerome, priest, confessor, Doctor of the Church common; 6082, in red
3875 9 September 30 Laurus, priest GTZ: St. Malo
3876 9 September 30 Leopard, martyr GTZ: Aachen
3877 9 September 30 Leudomirus, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
3878 9 September 30 Otto, bishop (of Bamberg), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Bamberg
3879 9 September 30 Relics of the Ste-Chapelle, Paris PCP (Paris)
3880 9 September 30 Sophia, martyr 6082
3881 9 September 30 Trophimus, bishop (of Arles), martyr (sometimes only confessor) (Translation) GTZ: Arles
3882 9 September 30 Ursus and companions, martyrs GTZ: Switzerland
3883 9 September 30 Victor and Ursus, martyrs GTZ: Switzerland, Constance, Magdeburg, Strassburg, Besançon
4590 10 October 1 Amandus, bishop Trier (Vedasti et A.). - Aberdon
3188 10 October 1 Bavo, confessor BLS; GTZ: Cologne, Trier, Cambrai, Paris, Reims; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges), in red
3189 10 October 1 Benedict, abbot (of Montecassino); Dedication of St. Benedict's at Montecassino 6082, in red
3190 10 October 1 Fidharleus, abbot (at Raithin) BLS
3191 10 October 1 Germanus PCP (Paris)
3192 10 October 1 Melor, martyr GTZ: Scotland, Salisbury, St. Pol de Léon
3193 10 October 1 Nicetius, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier, Merseburg
3194 10 October 1 Otto, bishop (of Bamberg), confessor GTZ: Kammin
3195 10 October 1 Piatus, priest, martyr GTZ: Liège, Châlons-sur-Marne, Chartres, Tournai; PCP (Paris)
3196 10 October 1 Remedius, hermit, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Trent
3197 10 October 1 Remigius, bishop (of Reims), confessor common; HCC, WTS (Bruges), in red
3198 10 October 1 Theresa a Jesu Infante, virgin MR
3199 10 October 1 Vedast, bishop (of Arras) GTZ: Reims, Rouen, Cambrai, Arras (Translation)
4501 10 October 1 Vulflagius, monk (of Abbeville of Amiens) monk of Saint-Riquier, pastor of Rue, recluse, worshiped on June 7th
3200 10 October 1 Vulgis, confessor GTZ: Soissons
3201 10 October 1 Wasnulf, confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
3359 10 October 2 Clare, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans
4407 10 October 2 Eleutherius, martyr Of Nicomedia, (+3rd-4th C)
3360 10 October 2 Eusebius, priest, confessor GTZ: Aix, Arles, Narbonne
4210 10 October 2 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), Octave Amiens
3361 10 October 2 Gerard, bishop (of Toul) (Translation) GTZ: Toul
3362 10 October 2 Guardian Angels MR
3363 10 October 2 Leodegar (Léger), bishop (of Autun), martyr common
3364 10 October 2 Maximus, bishop (of Reji), confessor (Display of relics) GTZ: Thérouanne
3365 10 October 2 Serenus, priest, confessor GTZ: Paris, Sens; PCP (Paris)
3366 10 October 2 Thomas (Cantelupe), bishop (of Hereford), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3507 10 October 3 Aura PCP (Paris)
3508 10 October 3 Candidus, martyr GTZ: Paris, Angers
3509 10 October 3 Cyprian, bishop (of Toulon) GTZ: Toulon
3510 10 October 3 Dionysius the Areopagite, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France
3511 10 October 3 Ewald and Ewald, (priests), martyrs common
4202 10 October 3 Francis (of Assisi), confessor Paris (+ 1226, can. 1228)
3512 10 October 3 Gendulf, bishop (of Paris), confessor GTZ: Troyes
3513 10 October 3 Gerard, abbot BLS
3514 10 October 3 Jovinus, hermit, confessor GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
3515 10 October 3 Ludger, bishop (of Münster), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Münster
3516 10 October 3 Menna, virgin, martyr GTZ: Toul
3517 10 October 3 Patusius, bishop (of Meaux), confessor GTZ: Meaux
3518 10 October 3 Piatus, priest, martyr GTZ: Langres
3519 10 October 3 Romana, virgin, martyr GTZ: Beauvais
3520 10 October 3 Sulpitius and Servilianus, martyrs GTZ: Augsburg, Bamberg, Breslau, Lebus
3521 10 October 3 Theobald, bishop, confessor GTZ: Kammin
3522 10 October 3 Victor PCP (Paris)
3540 10 October 4 Ammon, hermit BLS
3541 10 October 4 Aurea, virgin, abbess (at Paris) BLS; GTZ: Paris
3542 10 October 4 Candidus PCP (Paris)
3543 10 October 4 Chrispus and Gaius, martyrs GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
3544 10 October 4 Edwin, king (of England) BLS; PRI: England
3545 10 October 4 Francis (of Assisi), confessor common (+ 1226, can. 1228)
3546 10 October 4 Madalveus, bishop (of Verdun), confessor GTZ: Verdun
3547 10 October 4 Marcus, Marcianus, and companions, martyrs common
3548 10 October 4 Marsus, priest, confessor GTZ: Auxerre
3549 10 October 4 Martyrs of Trier BLS
3550 10 October 4 Petronius, bishop (of Bologna), confessor GTZ: Agram, Carmelites
3551 10 October 4 Quintinus, martyr (at Tours) GTZ: Meaux
3552 10 October 4 Tirsus, duke, and companions, martyrs GTZ: Trier, Cologne
3553 10 October 5 Adalard, abbot (at Corbigny) GTZ: Aix
3554 10 October 5 Apollinaris, bishop (of Valence), confessor GTZ: southern France; HCC
3556 10 October 5 Charitine, martyr PCP (Paris), as Christine
3555 10 October 5 Constans and Alexander, martyrs GTZ: Switzerland
3557 10 October 5 Divitianus, bishop (of Soissons), confessor GTZ: Soissons
3558 10 October 5 Faith, virgin, martyr PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
3559 10 October 5 Faustinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Hungary
3560 10 October 5 Firmatus and Flavia, martyrs GTZ: Auxerre
3561 10 October 5 Galla, widow BLS
3562 10 October 5 Hospicius, confessor GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
4104 10 October 5 Jeronymi, bishop (of Nevers), confessor Nevers
3563 10 October 5 Meinulph, deacon, confessor GTZ: Paderborn
3564 10 October 5 Palmatius, proconsul, and companions, martyrs GTZ: Trier
3565 10 October 5 Placidus, Eutychius, and companions, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Krakow, Benedictines; 6082, in red
3566 10 October 6 Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, patriarchs GTZ: Mainz
3567 10 October 6 Barthus, bishop (of Vaison) GTZ: Vaison
3568 10 October 6 Bruno, abbot BLS
3569 10 October 6 Bruno, bishop (of Segni) BLS
3570 10 October 6 Bruno, bishop (of Würzburg) BLS
3571 10 October 6 Bruno, priest MR
3572 10 October 6 Caprasius, martyr GTZ: Bamberg, Metz
3573 10 October 6 Enimia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Mende, Clermont
3574 10 October 6 Eskillus, bishop, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Scandinavia
3575 10 October 6 Faith, virgin, martyr common
3576 10 October 6 Hugo, bishop (of Lincoln), confessor GTZ: Tournai, Salisbury (Translation)
3577 10 October 6 Innumerabiles, martyrs (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
4004 10 October 6 Magnus, bishop (of Opitergen), confessor [Oderzo] A.S., Turin. - Camaldulenser.
3578 10 October 6 Marcel and companions PCP (Paris)
3579 10 October 6 Mark, pope PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
3580 10 October 6 Martin, abbot, confessor WTS (Bruges)
3581 10 October 6 Meginrad, hermit, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Constance
4360 10 October 6 Michael, the Archangel (Octave) Commonly celebrated, rarely in calendars
3582 10 October 6 Pardulf, abbot (at Gueret) GTZ: Limoges
3583 10 October 6 Romanus, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre
3584 10 October 6 Stanislas, bishop, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Gran
3585 10 October 6 Zoilus, martyr GTZ: Speyer
3586 10 October 7 Birgitta, widow GTZ: Scandinavia
3587 10 October 7 Caletricus, bishop (of Chartres) GTZ: Chartres
3588 10 October 7 Faith, virgin, martyr PCP (Paris)
3589 10 October 7 Helenus, priest GTZ: Paris
3590 10 October 7 Julia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Carcassonne
3591 10 October 7 Justina (of Padua), virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Trent, southern France
3592 10 October 7 Marcellus and Apuleius, martyrs common
3593 10 October 7 Mark, pope, confessor common
3594 10 October 7 Mary, of the Rosary MR
3595 10 October 7 Ositha, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3596 10 October 7 Palladius, bishop (of Saintes) GTZ: Saintes
3597 10 October 7 Sergius and Bacchus, martyrs common; 6082, in red
3598 10 October 7 Wolfgang, bishop (of Regensburg), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Regensburg
3599 10 October 8 Amor, deacon, confessor GTZ: Liège
3602 10 October 8 Benedict, abbot (of Montecassino); Dedication of St. Benedict's at Montecassino (Octave) 6082, in red
3600 10 October 8 Benedicta, virgin, martyr (at Laon) GTZ: Reims
3601 10 October 8 Bridget (of Sweden), widow BLS
4577 10 October 8 Dedication of St. Peters, Geneva Geneva
3603 10 October 8 Demetrius, martyr GTZ; PCP (Paris)
3604 10 October 8 Erhard, bishop (of Regensburg), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Regensburg
3605 10 October 8 Evodius, bishop (of Rouen), confessor GTZ: Rouen, Winchester
3606 10 October 8 Flavian, martyr GTZ: Cologne
3607 10 October 8 Fulgentius bishop GTZ: Poitiers
3608 10 October 8 Gratus, bishop (of Chalon-sur-Saône) GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône
3609 10 October 8 Keyna, virgin BLS
3610 10 October 8 Libaria, virgin GTZ: Toul
4273 10 October 8 Mark, Consecration of St. Marks (Venice) Venice, 1094
3611 10 October 8 Metropolus, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier
4022 10 October 8 Oswald, king, martyr (Translation) England?
3612 10 October 8 Palladia and Porcaria, virgins GTZ: Auxerre
3613 10 October 8 Pelagia, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: northern France, York
4156 10 October 8 Piatus, bishop, confessor (Octave) Tournai
3614 10 October 8 Protasia, virgin, martyr (at Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
3615 10 October 8 Regenfledis, abbess, virgin GTZ: Utrecht, Cambrai
3616 10 October 8 Reparata, virgin, martyr GTZ: Worms, Speyer, France
3617 10 October 8 Salvius, bishop (of Albi), confessor (Manifestation) GTZ: Albi
3618 10 October 8 Sergius and Bacchus, martyrs GTZ: Gnesen
3619 10 October 8 Thais, penitent BLS
3620 10 October 8 Triduana, virgin GTZ: Scotland
3621 10 October 9 Arimalis, confessor GTZ: Trier
3622 10 October 9 Arnoald, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz
3623 10 October 9 Dionysius (sometimes bishop or pope), and companions (Rusticus, Eleuterius), martyrs common; PCP (Paris), in red; WTS (Bruges), sometimes in red
3624 10 October 9 Domninus, martyr BLS
3625 10 October 9 Gislenus, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
3626 10 October 9 John (of Bridlington), confessor GTZ: York
3627 10 October 9 John Leonardi, priest MR
3628 10 October 9 Louis Beltran, confessor BLS
3629 10 October 9 Lucius, king, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Chur
3630 10 October 9 Richarius, abbot, confessor GTZ: Amiens, St. Omer
3631 10 October 9 Sabinus, hermit, confessor GTZ: southern France
3202 10 October 10 Aldric, bishop (of Sens), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Orléans
4614 10 October 10 Anniversary of our Brothers and Sisters Dominicans
4124 10 October 10 Austraberte, virgin Troarn, Le Bec
3203 10 October 10 Cassius and Florentius (and Malusius), martyrs GTZ: Basel, Bremen, Kammin, Magdeburg
3204 10 October 10 Cerbonius, bishop, confessor GTZ: one or more religious orders, southern France
3205 10 October 10 Clarus, bishop (of Nantes) GTZ: Nantes
3206 10 October 10 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), martyr (sometimes confessor) (Ingression) GTZ: Amiens
3207 10 October 10 Francis Borgia, duke (of Gandia) BLS
3208 10 October 10 Gereon, and companions (Victor, Cassius and Florentius), martyrs (sometimes only confessors) common
4395 10 October 10 Gislenus, bishop, confessor Cambrai
3209 10 October 10 John (of Bridlington) BLS
3210 10 October 10 John Gualbert, abbot, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Camaldoensians
3211 10 October 10 Mammes, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Langres
3212 10 October 10 Martialis, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Limoges
3213 10 October 10 Paul, bishop (of Léon) GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
3214 10 October 10 Paulinus, bishop (of York), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3215 10 October 10 Tancha, virgin, martyr GTZ: Angers
3216 10 October 10 Victor and companions, martyrs GTZ: Bremen, Cologne, Magdeburg, Kammin, Passau, Mainz, Riga
3217 10 October 10 Virgilius, bishop (of Arles) GTZ: Arles
4497 10 October 11 Anastasius, and companions, martyrs [Sicilien] A. S.
3218 10 October 11 Andronicus, martyr GTZ: Artois
3219 10 October 11 Augustine, bishop, confessor (sometimes martyr) (Translation) GTZ; WTS (Bruges)
3220 10 October 11 Burchard, bishop (of Würzburg), confessor GTZ: Mainz, Teutonic Knights
3221 10 October 11 Canice, abbot BLS; GTZ: Scotland
3222 10 October 11 Ethelburge, abbess (of Barking) BLS
4203 10 October 11 Eustachius, and companions, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.)
3223 10 October 11 Firminus, bishop (of Uzès), confessor GTZ: Chur, southern France
3992 10 October 11 Francis of Assisi (Octave)
3224 10 October 11 Germanus, bishop (of Besançon), martyr GTZ: Besançon
3225 10 October 11 Gummarus, confessor BLS; GTZ: Liège
3226 10 October 11 Justus, Arthemius and Honesta, martyrs GTZ: northern Germany, Amiens
3227 10 October 11 Melanius, bishop (of Rennes), confessor GTZ: Angers
3228 10 October 11 Nicasius, bishop (of Rouen) and companions (Quirinus and Scuvicolus), martyrs GTZ: England, Rouen, Chartres; PCP (Paris)
4338 10 October 11 Pientie, virgin, martyr [Rouen] D.
3229 10 October 11 Sanctinus, bishop (of Verdun, Meaux) GTZ: Verdun, Meaux
3231 10 October 11 Tarachus, Probus, and Andronicus, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Trier, southern France
3230 10 October 11 Tenenan, bishop (of Léon), confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
3232 10 October 11 Venantius, abbot (at Tours), confessor GTZ: Cambrai, Reims, Tours
3233 10 October 11 Vinardus, confessor GTZ: Langres
4316 10 October 12 Celestini and Satyrus, martyrs Sevilla.
3234 10 October 12 Cletus (and Marcellinus), popes, martyrs GTZ: Trier
3235 10 October 12 Cyprian, martyr GTZ: Worms
4551 10 October 12 Ethelburga, queen England, (+ 647). Princess of Kent, wife of Edwin of Northumbria
3236 10 October 12 Felix, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bremen, Minden, Copenhagen; HCC, as priest
3237 10 October 12 Gengulf, martyr GTZ: Tournai
4119 10 October 12 Hedistii, martyr [Ravenna] A.S.
3238 10 October 12 Maximilian, bishop (of Lorch), martyr GTZ: Salzburg, Gnesen
3239 10 October 12 Pantalus, bishop (of Basel), martyr GTZ: Basel
4141 10 October 12 Pelagie, martyr, peccatricis, matrone (Conversion)
4377 10 October 12 Quatuor milium, martyrs Halberstadt
3240 10 October 12 Quirinus, priest, martyr PCP (Paris)
3241 10 October 12 Salvinus, bishop (of Verona) BLS
3242 10 October 12 Venantius, abbot, confessor WTS (Bruges)
3243 10 October 12 Walburga, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Eichstädt
3244 10 October 12 Wilfrid, bishop (of York), confessor BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3245 10 October 13 Athanasius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Brandenburg, Metz, Toul
3246 10 October 13 Coloman, martyr BLS; GTZ: Salzburg, Hungary
3247 10 October 13 Comgan, abbot BLS; GTZ: Scotland
3248 10 October 13 Edward, king, confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: England, Rouen
3249 10 October 13 Faustus, Januaris, and Martialis, martyrs BLS
3250 10 October 13 Fincana and Findoca, virgins GTZ: Scotland
3251 10 October 13 Gerald, count (of Aurillac), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France; PCP (Paris)
3252 10 October 13 Lambert, bishop (of Maestricht), martyr (Triumphus de Steplea) GTZ: Liège
3253 10 October 13 Leobonus, confessor GTZ: Limoges
3254 10 October 13 Lubentius, priest (at Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
4522 10 October 13 Mamertus, bishop (of Vienne), transfer of bones (+477)
4291 10 October 13 Romulus, bishop (of Genoa) [Genua, S. Remo] A.S.
3255 10 October 13 Seven Friars Minor, martyrs BLS
3256 10 October 13 Simpert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Augsburg (since 1468)
3257 10 October 13 Theophilus, bishop (of Antioch), confessor GTZ: Amiens
3258 10 October 13 Venantius PCP (Paris)
3259 10 October 14 Agrates, bishop (of Vienne), confessor GTZ: Vienne
3260 10 October 14 Angadrisma, virgin, martyr GTZ
3261 10 October 14 Burchard, bishop (of Würzburg), confessor common
3262 10 October 14 Callistus (I), pope, martyr common; 6082, in red
3263 10 October 14 Coelestius, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
3264 10 October 14 Dominic, priest BLS
3265 10 October 14 Donatian, bishop (of Reims), confessor BLS; GTZ: Reims, Cambrai; WTS (Bruges), in red
3266 10 October 14 Eutropius, bishop (of Saintes), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Saintes
3267 10 October 14 Justus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor (Transitus) GTZ: Lyon
3268 10 October 14 Leontius, bishop (of Saintes) (Translation) GTZ: Saintes
3269 10 October 14 Rusticus, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
4460 10 October 15 360 Martyrs of Cologne Cologne, martyred under Maximius (+303)
3270 10 October 15 Antiochus, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
3271 10 October 15 Antoninus, bishop (of Marseilles) GTZ: Arles
3272 10 October 15 Aurelia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Strassburg, Constance
3273 10 October 15 Austriclianus, priest GTZ: Limoges
3274 10 October 15 Basolus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Metz, Cambrai, Langres, Reims
3275 10 October 15 Cannatus, bishop (of Marseilles), confessor GTZ: southern France
3276 10 October 15 Cognoganus, bishop (of Quimper), confessor GTZ: Brittany
4578 10 October 15 Dedication of St. Peters, Geneva (Octave Geneva
3277 10 October 15 Deodatus, bishop (of Vienne) GTZ: Vienne
3278 10 October 15 Gregory, duke (of the Moors), and companions, martyrs GTZ: Cologne, Gregorius Maurus in latin, Translation of the relics to St. Geron in Cathedral.
3279 10 October 15 Hedwigis, widow, duchess GTZ
3280 10 October 15 Hospicius, anchoret BLS
3281 10 October 15 Leonard, abbot (at Corbigny), confessor GTZ: Autun, Sens, Tours
3282 10 October 15 Osan PCP (Paris)
3286 10 October 15 Quirinus, confessor GTZ: Agram
3287 10 October 15 Severus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3288 10 October 15 Speciosa, virgin GTZ: Hildesheim, Minden
3283 10 October 15 Thecla, abbess (at Kilzingen) BLS
3284 10 October 15 Theresa (of Avila), virgin, Doctor of the Church common
3285 10 October 15 Three Hundred Moors, martyrs GTZ
3289 10 October 15 Wulfram, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: England, Amiens, Meaux (actually Translation)
4331 10 October 16 Ambrose, bishop (of Quercy), confessor Bourges, [Cahors] A. S.
3290 10 October 16 Bercharius, abbot GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne, Sens
3291 10 October 16 Bertrand, bishop (of Comminges), confessor GTZ
3292 10 October 16 Bolonia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Langres
3293 10 October 16 Cerbonius, bishop (of Populonia in Etruria) PCP (Paris)
3294 10 October 16 Colmann, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3295 10 October 16 Dionysius, bishop (of Paris), martyr (Octave) PCP (Paris)
3296 10 October 16 Eliphius, martyr GTZ: Cologne, Toul
4245 10 October 16 Etheldreda, queen, virgin (Translation) Aberdon. (694)
3297 10 October 16 Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), martyr (sometimes confessor) (Deposition) GTZ: Amiens
3298 10 October 16 Florentius, bishop (of Trier), confessor HBD
4370 10 October 16 Gabriel, Archangel Unknown observance
3299 10 October 16 Gall, abbot (sometimes bishop), confessor (sometimes, falsely, martyr) common
3300 10 October 16 Gratus and Ansutus, martyrs GTZ: Rodez
3301 10 October 16 Hedwiges, nun MR
3302 10 October 16 Junian, hermit, confessor GTZ: Limoges, Cluniacs
3303 10 October 16 Lucian, priest, martyr (with Maximus and Julian) (Translation) GTZ: Beauvais; PCP (Paris)
3304 10 October 16 Lullus, bishop (of Mentz) BLS
3305 10 October 16 Magnobodus, bishop (of Angers) GTZ: Angers
3306 10 October 16 Margaret Mary Alacoque, virgin MR
4157 10 October 16 Martha, host of Christ Tournai
3307 10 October 16 Michael, the archangel; Dedication of the church of Michael at Monte Tumba GTZ: England, Scotland, France
3308 10 October 16 Mommolem, bishop (of Noyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Noyon
3309 10 October 16 Priscus, martyr GTZ: Chartres
3310 10 October 16 Silvanus, martyr GTZ: Limoges
3311 10 October 16 Walderic, confessor GTZ: Verdun
4529 10 October 17 Troësius (Trogenus, Trojecius), abbot (of Nevers) Nevers
3312 10 October 17 Ambrose, bishop (of Cahors), confessor GTZ: Cahors
3313 10 October 17 Andrew (of Crete), martyr BLS
3314 10 October 17 Anstrudis, abbess BLS
3315 10 October 17 Cerbonius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3316 10 October 17 Elyfius, martyr HCC
3317 10 October 17 Etheldreda, virgin (Translation) GTZ: England, Scotland
3318 10 October 17 Florentius, bishop (of Orange), confessor GTZ: Mainz, Trier, southern France
3319 10 October 17 Hedwiges, duchess (of Poland), widow BLS
3320 10 October 17 Ignatius (of Antioch), bishop, martyr MR
3321 10 October 17 Lucian, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3984 10 October 17 Luke, evangelist (Vigil) common
3322 10 October 17 Lupus, bishop (of Angers), confessor GTZ: Angers
4270 10 October 17 Marciani, archbishop (of Benevento) Benevento
3323 10 October 17 Martha, host of Christ (Translation) GTZ: Cologne, Salzburg, Trier, Teutonic Knights
4131 10 October 17 Maximi, bishop Mailand (Ambros.).
3324 10 October 17 Michael, the archangel PCP (Paris)
3325 10 October 17 Puellae, virgins, martyrs GTZ: Toulouse
4292 10 October 17 Rufus and Zosimus, martyrs († 107)
3326 10 October 17 Rusticianus, martyr GTZ: Minden
3327 10 October 17 Solina, virgin GTZ: Chartres, Poitiers
4498 10 October 17 Victoris, bishop (of Capua), martyr [Capua] A.S., Toledo (Mozarab.).
3328 10 October 18 Brioc, bishop (of Brieuc), confessor (Reception) GTZ: St. Brieuc
3329 10 October 18 Burchard, bishop (of Würzburg), confessor GTZ: Basel
3330 10 October 18 Herblandus, abbot GTZ: Paris, Rouen; PCP (Paris)
3331 10 October 18 Julian (Sabas), hermit BLS
3332 10 October 18 Justus, martyr (at Beauvais, or Auxerre) BLS; GTZ: Chur, Reims, Rouen, Auxerre, England
3333 10 October 18 Luke, evangelist common
3334 10 October 18 Mono, hermit, martyr BLS; GTZ: Liège
3969 10 October 18 Sun enters Scorpio
3335 10 October 19 Amabilis, priest GTZ: Clermont
3336 10 October 19 Amatus, bishop (of Sens), confessor GTZ: Cambrai
3337 10 October 19 Aquilinus, bishop (of Evreux), confessor GTZ: France
4591 10 October 19 Christopher, martyr Brandenburg, *Halle
3338 10 October 19 Desiderius, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Trier
3339 10 October 19 Ethbin, hermit, confessor BLS
4420 10 October 19 Feast of Relics, York York
3340 10 October 19 Fortunata, virgin, martyr GTZ: Worms
3341 10 October 19 Fritheswida, virgin BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3342 10 October 19 Gatian, bishop (of Tours), confessor (Revelation) GTZ: Tours
3343 10 October 19 Godo, abbot GTZ: Verdun, Meaux
3344 10 October 19 Gratus, bishop (of Oléron) GTZ: Oléron
3345 10 October 19 Januarius, bishop, martyr GTZ
3346 10 October 19 Jean de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, priests, and companions, martyrs MR
3349 10 October 19 Leuthernus, bishop PCP (Paris)
3347 10 October 19 Levangius, bishop (of Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
3348 10 October 19 Lupus, bishop (of Soissons) GTZ: Soissons
3350 10 October 19 Maurilius, bishop (of Angers), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Angers
3351 10 October 19 Maximus, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
3352 10 October 19 Paul (of the Cross) MR
3353 10 October 19 Pelagia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Worms
3354 10 October 19 Peter (of Alcantara), friar BLS
3355 10 October 19 Ptolomaeus, Lucius, and companion, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Amiens
3356 10 October 19 Sabinianus and Potentianus, bishops (of Sens), martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Sens, Langres, Paris; PCP (Paris)
3357 10 October 19 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Orléans
3358 10 October 19 Willibrord, bishop (of Utrecht), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Utrecht
3367 10 October 20 Adalbert, bishop (of Prague), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Gnesen, Krakow
3368 10 October 20 Aderald, priest (at Troyes) GTZ: Troyes
3369 10 October 20 Aidan, bishop (of Meaux) BLS
3370 10 October 20 Artemius, martyr BLS
3371 10 October 20 Austreberta, virgin GTZ: York
3372 10 October 20 Barsabias, and companions, martyrs BLS
3373 10 October 20 Caprasius, martyr GTZ: Trier, Liège, France; PCP (Paris)
3374 10 October 20 Cyprian, bishop, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3375 10 October 20 Felician, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bremen, Hildesheim, Minden, Osnabrück, Verdun
3376 10 October 20 George and Aurelius, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Paris
3377 10 October 20 John Cantius BLS: Poland
3378 10 October 20 Lazarus, bishop (of Marseilles), martyr (sometimes confessor) (Revelation) GTZ: Autun
3379 10 October 20 Marcellinus and Peter, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: Mainz
4070 10 October 20 Maximus, martyr Aquila, Brandenburg, Ratzeburg
4260 10 October 20 Neonis, martyr Trier
3380 10 October 20 Quirinus, martyr HCC
3381 10 October 20 Sindulf (of Sendou), priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Soissons
3382 10 October 20 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Auxerre
3383 10 October 20 Zenobius, bishop (of Florence) BLS
3384 10 October 21 Audomar, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor (Invention) GTZ: St. Omer
3385 10 October 21 Avia, virgin, martyr GTZ: Angers
3386 10 October 21 Celinia (mother of Remigius), widow GTZ: Meaux, Reims, Troyes
3387 10 October 21 Eleven thousand virgins, martyrs common
3388 10 October 21 Fintan (Munnu), abbot (at Taghmon) BLS
3389 10 October 21 Florina and Valeria, virgins, martyrs GTZ: Langres
3390 10 October 21 Hilarion, abbot, confessor common; GTZ: one or more religious orders, France, England; 6082, in red
3391 10 October 21 Maurontus, bishop (of Marseilles) GTZ: Marseilles
3392 10 October 21 Mundus, abbot BLS; GTZ: Scotland
3393 10 October 21 Nunilonis and Alodia, virgins GTZ: Oléron
3394 10 October 21 Severinus, bishop (of Bordeaux) GTZ: Bordeaux, Limoges
3395 10 October 21 Ursula and companions, martyrs BLS; GTZ; PRI: England
3396 10 October 21 Viator, confessor GTZ: Lyon
3397 10 October 21 Wendelin, confessor GTZ: Trier
3398 10 October 22 Cordula, virgin, martyr GTZ
3399 10 October 22 Donatus, bishop (of Fiesole) BLS
3400 10 October 22 Gregory, bishop (of Langres) (Translation) GTZ: Sens
3401 10 October 22 Hermes, deacon BLS
3402 10 October 22 Lupentius, abbot (at Châlons-sur-Marne) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
3403 10 October 22 Mark, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr BLS; GTZ: Teutonic Knights
3404 10 October 22 Mary James and Mary Salome GTZ: southern France
3405 10 October 22 Mellonus, bishop (of Rouen), confessor BLS; GTZ: Rouen, Paris, Reims, Senlis; PCP (Paris)
3406 10 October 22 Moderannus, bishop (of Rennes) GTZ
3407 10 October 22 Nunilo and Alodia, virgins, martyrs BLS
3408 10 October 22 Philip, bishop (of Heraclia), and companions, martyrs BLS
3409 10 October 22 Severius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3411 10 October 22 Severus, bishop sometimes pope
3410 10 October 22 Severus, priest, martyr BLS
3412 10 October 22 Valerius, archdeacon (at Langres), martyr GTZ: Langres
3413 10 October 23 Aimo, bishop (of Toul) GTZ: Toul
3414 10 October 23 Benedict, bishop (of Poitiers), confessor GTZ: Poitiers, Saintes
3415 10 October 23 Domitius, priest, confessor GTZ: Amiens
3416 10 October 23 Ethelfleda, virgin GTZ: Winchester
4626 10 October 23 Eulalie, virgin, martyr (Translation) Transfer of bones to Barcelona, Barcelona
4604 10 October 23 Felix, bishop (of Thibiuca), Adauctus, priest, Januarius, priest, Fortinatianus, lector and Septimus, lector. Martyrs (+303)
3417 10 October 23 Felix, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4523 10 October 23 Gorgonius and Dorotheus, martyr (+284)
3418 10 October 23 Gratian, martyr GTZ: Amiens, Soissons; PCP (Paris)
3419 10 October 23 Ignatius, bishop (of Constantinople) BLS
3420 10 October 23 John (of Capestrano), priest, friar (Franciscan) BLS; MR
3421 10 October 23 Julius and Julian, confessors GTZ: Paris
3422 10 October 23 Leothad, bishop (of Auch), confessor GTZ: southern France
3423 10 October 23 Maternus, bishop (of Trier), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Trier
3424 10 October 23 Oda, widow GTZ: Liège
3425 10 October 23 Romanus, bishop (of Rouen), confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Scotland, France
3426 10 October 23 Servandus and Germanus, martyrs GTZ: southern France
3428 10 October 23 Severinus (Surin), bishop (of Bordeaux) BLS
3427 10 October 23 Severinus, bishop (of Cologne), confessor (sometimes martyr) BLS; GTZ: northern France; HCC; PCP (Paris)
3429 10 October 23 Theoderic, priest, martyr BLS; GTZ: Mainz, southern France
3430 10 October 23 Valerius, archdeacon (at Langres), martyr GTZ: Besançon
3431 10 October 24 Antoine Marie Claret, priest MR
3432 10 October 24 Columban, abbot, confessor GTZ: more commonly on Nov 21)
3433 10 October 24 Euergillus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Cologne
3434 10 October 24 Felix, bishop (of Thiabara), martyr BLS; WTS (Bruges)
3435 10 October 24 Florentius, confessor GTZ: Toul
3436 10 October 24 Heraclianus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
3437 10 October 24 Maglorius, bishop (of Dol), confessor BLS; GTZ: northern France, Hungary; PCP (Paris)
3438 10 October 24 Martin, abbot (at Vertou) GTZ: Tours, Bordeaux
3439 10 October 24 Mitrius, martyr (at Aix) (Translation) GTZ: Aix
4398 10 October 24 Oda, widow Lüttich
3440 10 October 24 Proclus BLS
3441 10 October 24 Ragnobert, bishop, confessor GTZ: Besançon
3442 10 October 24 Raphael, archangel BLS
4505 10 October 24 Romanus, bishop (of Rouen), commemoration Amiens
3443 10 October 24 Senochus, abbot GTZ: Tours
3444 10 October 24 Severinus, bishop (of Trier), martyr GTZ: Trier
3445 10 October 25 Beatus, confessor GTZ: Tours
3446 10 October 25 Benignus, martyr GTZ: Tours
3447 10 October 25 Boniface, pope, confessor BLS
3449 10 October 25 Chrysanthus and Daria, martyrs common; GTZ: Salzburg, Albi, one or more religious orders; 6082, in red
3448 10 October 25 Crispin and Crispinianus, martyrs GTZ; HCC; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
3450 10 October 25 Dulcard, confessor GTZ: Bourges
3451 10 October 25 Fronto, bishop (of Périgueux), confessor GTZ: southern France
3452 10 October 25 Gaudentius, bishop BLS
3453 10 October 25 Guesnoveus, bishop (of Léon), confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
3454 10 October 25 Hilarius, bishop (of Gabali) GTZ: Mende
3455 10 October 25 John (of Beverley), bishop (of York), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: England
3456 10 October 25 Lupus, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux, Paris; PCP (Paris)
3457 10 October 25 Mernocus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3458 10 October 25 Miniatis, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
3459 10 October 25 Quintinus, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Noyon
3460 10 October 25 Thaddeus (Machar), bishop BLS
3461 10 October 25 Thomas, bishop (of Hereford), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Hereford
3462 10 October 26 Afra, virgin, martyr (Conversion) GTZ: Augsburg
3463 10 October 26 Alorius, bishop (of Quimper) GTZ: Brittany
3464 10 October 26 Amandus, bishop (of Strassburg, Maestricht, Worms), confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Mainz, Gnesen, Cologne, Salzburg, northern France, Arras (Translation); PCP (Paris)
3465 10 October 26 Bean, bishop, confessor BLS, GTZ: Scotland
3467 10 October 26 Demetrius, bishop (of Gap), martyr GTZ: Gap
3466 10 October 26 Demetrius, martyr GTZ: Hungary and Russia; 6082
3468 10 October 26 Evaristus, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI
4622 10 October 26 Gaudiosus, bishop (of Salerno), confessor Salerno
3469 10 October 26 Lucian and Marcian, martyrs BLS
3470 10 October 26 Mauritius (knight) and companions, martyrs (Revelation) GTZ: Genf
3471 10 October 26 Polycrates, bishop, confessor GTZ: Amiens
3472 10 October 26 Remoldus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4271 10 October 26 Rogatiani, priest, (and Felicissimi) , martyrs Bremen (A.S., D.: et Fel.).
4524 10 October 26 Rusticus, bishop (of Narbonne) Narbonne
3473 10 October 26 Vedast and Amandus, bishops, confessors GTZ: Trier, Johann., southern France
3474 10 October 27 Abban, abbot (in Ireland), king (of Leinster) BLS
3475 10 October 27 Desiderius, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre, Cambrai
3476 10 October 27 Elesbaan, king (of Ethiopia) BLS
3477 10 October 27 Eucharius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Toul
3478 10 October 27 Florentius, martyr GTZ: Langres
3479 10 October 27 Frumentius, bishop, confessor BLS
3480 10 October 27 Ivo, priest (at Tréguier), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans, Brittany
3481 10 October 27 Otteran, bishop BLS
3482 10 October 27 Polycarp, confessor GTZ: Trier
3483 10 October 27 Rictrudis, virgin GTZ: Tournai
3484 10 October 27 Rumoldus, bishop, martyr (Relatio) GTZ: Liège
3485 10 October 27 Simon and Jude (Vigil) common
3486 10 October 27 Vincent and Christeta, martyrs GTZ: southern France, Spain
3487 10 October 28 Faro, bishop (of Meaux), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris, Reims; PCP (Paris)
3488 10 October 28 Ferrutus, martyr GTZ: Mainz
4621 10 October 28 Gaudiosus, bishop (of Salerno), confessor Naples
3489 10 October 28 Genovieve, virgin (Translation) GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3490 10 October 28 Ivo (Translation) PCP (Paris)
3491 10 October 28 Marianus, confessor GTZ: Metz
3492 10 October 28 Neot, anchoret BLS
3493 10 October 28 Salvius, bishop (of Amiens), confessor GTZ: Amiens
3494 10 October 28 Simon and Jude, apostles common
3495 10 October 29 Bede (the Venerable), Doctor of the Church BLS
3496 10 October 29 Colman BLS
4165 10 October 29 Faro, bishop (of Meaux), confessor Senlis
3497 10 October 29 Faustinus, bishop, martyr (Advent) GTZ: Kammin
3498 10 October 29 Ferrutus, martyr GTZ: Würzburg
3499 10 October 29 Holy Martyrs of Douay BLS
3500 10 October 29 Kennera, virgin, martyr GTZ: Scotland
3501 10 October 29 Laudoveve, queen GTZ: Senlis
4568 10 October 29 Martius, and companions (companions of Ursula) (transfer of bones) Bones transferred to Abbey Bonne-Espérance in Vellereille -les-Brayeux, district of Estinnes in Belgium
3502 10 October 29 Narcissus, bishop (of Jerusalem), martyr (sometimes confessor) common, relics in Gerona(ES)
3503 10 October 29 Piatus, priest, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Tournai
4506 10 October 29 Salvius, bishop (of Amiens), confessor, commemoration Amiens
3504 10 October 29 Terentius, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz, Toul
3505 10 October 29 Theuderius, abbot (at Vienne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Vienne
3506 10 October 29 Two Ewalds, martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Münster
4540 10 October 29 Zenobius, priest, martyr Granada (1541 Missal)
3523 10 October 30 Asterius, bishop (of Amasea) BLS
4099 10 October 30 Ducentorum et viginti, Martyrs (220 Martyrs) Utrecht.
3524 10 October 30 Eusebius, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Lebus, Ratzeburg
4132 10 October 30 Felicis, bishop, martyr [Todi] D.
3525 10 October 30 Germanus, bishop (of Capua), confessor BLS; GTZ: Arras, Senlis, Sens, England; 6082, in red
3526 10 October 30 Gislebertus, bishop (of Meaux) (Translation) GTZ: Meaux
3527 10 October 30 Lucanus, martyr (at Paris) GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3528 10 October 30 Marcellus (the Centurion), martyr BLS; GTZ: Aix, Narbonne
4605 10 October 30 Maximus, martyr in Cumae (near Naples)
3529 10 October 30 Saturninus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
4453 10 October 30 Savinus, bishop (of Chiusia) Siena
3530 10 October 30 Serapion, bishop, confessor GTZ: Amiens
3531 10 October 30 Swithun, bishop (of Winchester), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
3532 10 October 30 Talaricanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3533 10 October 30 Theodogar, confessor GTZ: Sleswig
3534 10 October 30 Theonestus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Mainz
3535 10 October 31 All Saints (Vigil) common
3536 10 October 31 Bega, virgin GTZ: Scotland
3537 10 October 31 Foillanus, martyr BLS; GTZ: Liège, Cambrai
3538 10 October 31 Quintinus, martyr BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
3539 10 October 31 Wolfgang, bishop (of Regensburg), confessor common
2850 11 November 1 All Saints common
4459 11 November 1 All Souls (vigil) Rare
2851 11 November 1 Austremonius, bishop (of Clermont) BLS
2852 11 November 1 Benignus, priest, martyr (at Dijon), Apostle of Burgundy BLS
2853 11 November 1 Cesarius, martyr common; 6082, in red
2854 11 November 1 Fortunatus, bishop BLS
2855 11 November 1 Genesius, bishop (of Lyon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
2856 11 November 1 Harold VI, king (of Denmark), martyr BLS
2857 11 November 1 Marcellus, bishop (of Paris) BLS
2858 11 November 1 Mary, martyr BLS
4222 11 November 1 Maturinus, priest, confessor A.S, D. Might be the same as May-10
2993 11 November 2 All Souls common
2994 11 November 2 Benignus, martyr (at Dijon) GTZ: Augsburg, France (often moved to Nov 1)
2995 11 November 2 Eustace and companions, martyrs GTZ: sometimes moved to Nov 3
2996 11 November 2 Justus, martyr GTZ: Aquileia
2999 11 November 2 Marcianus of Cyrrhus
2997 11 November 2 Margaret, of Lorraine, duchess (of Alençon) BLS
2998 11 November 2 Martiana, virgin (at Albi) GTZ: Carcassonne
3000 11 November 2 Naamatius, deacon (at Rodez) GTZ: Rodez
3001 11 November 2 Valentine and Hilary 6082
3002 11 November 2 Victorinus and Florian, martyrs BLS, without Florian; GTZ: Münster, southern France (without Florian)
3003 11 November 2 Vulgan, confessor BLS
3096 11 November 3 Austremonius, bishop (of Clermont) GTZ: Clermont
3097 11 November 3 Edith, virgin (at Winchester) (Translation) GTZ: Winchester
3098 11 November 3 Englacius, abbot GTZ: Scotland
4348 11 November 3 Euphrosynus, bishop Panzano (usually May 1)
4080 11 November 3 Eustace, martyr Brandenburg, Breslau, *Erfurt (sometimes)
3099 11 November 3 Firmus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Lausanne
3100 11 November 3 Florus, bishop (of Lodève) BLS
3101 11 November 3 Gobrianus, bishop (of Vanne) GTZ: Vannes
3102 11 November 3 Guenaelus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Brittany, Paris; PCP (Paris)
4071 11 November 3 Hilarius (and Valentinus), marttrs. Cluniacenser
3103 11 November 3 Hubert, bishop (of Liège), confessor GTZ: Cologne, Trier, Mainz, Cambrai, Reims; HCC
3104 11 November 3 Innumerable Martyrs WTS (Bruges)
3105 11 November 3 Malachi, bishop (of Armagh) BLS
3106 11 November 3 Marcellus, bishop (of Paris), confessor GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris), in red
3107 11 November 3 Marianus, martyr GTZ: Verdun
3108 11 November 3 Martin de Porres, monk MR
3109 11 November 3 Papulus, priest, martyr BLS; GTZ: Toulouse
3110 11 November 3 Pirminius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Mainz, Trier
3111 11 November 3 Rumwold, confessor BLS
3112 11 November 3 Vigor, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux, Senlis
3113 11 November 3 Vincent, bishop, martyr (sometimes only confessor) (Invention) GTZ: Breslau
3114 11 November 3 Winifred, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England
3120 11 November 4 Agricola and Vitalis, martyrs GTZ: Aquileia only; PRI
3121 11 November 4 Amantius, bishop (of Rodez), confessor GTZ: Metz, Liège, southern France
3122 11 November 4 Baomir, abbot GTZ: Senlis
3123 11 November 4 Birstan, bishop (of Winchester), confessor BLS; GTZ: Winchester
3124 11 November 4 Charles Borromeo, bishop (of Milan) common
3125 11 November 4 Clarus, priest (sometimes bishop), martyr BLS; GTZ: Genf, Rouen; PCP (Paris), as Clerc
3126 11 November 4 Eustace, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3127 11 November 4 Florus, bishop (of Lodève), confessor GTZ: southern France, Cluniacs
3128 11 November 4 Joannicius (the Great), abbot, confessor BLS
3129 11 November 4 Lusor, confessor GTZ: Bourges
3130 11 November 4 Modesta, virgin (at Trier) GTZ: Trier; HCC
4120 11 November 4 Perpetue, virgin, martyr Kjöbenhavn. - Exeter (Leofric). - [Rom] A.S.
3131 11 November 4 Proculus, bishop (of Autun), martyr GTZ: Autun
3132 11 November 4 Valentine, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg
3133 11 November 4 Vitalis and Agricola, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Aquileia
3134 11 November 5 Bertilia, virgin, abbess (of Chelles) BLS
3135 11 November 5 Clarus, priest (sometimes bishop), martyr GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
4223 11 November 5 Coledocus, bishop, and Kerrian, hermit [Bretagne] M.
3136 11 November 5 Emericus, duke GTZ: Hungary
3137 11 November 5 Felix, priest, and Eusebius, martyrs GTZ: Worms; HCC, without Eusebius
3138 11 November 5 Fibicius, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
3139 11 November 5 Gonsald, hermit GTZ: Limoges
3140 11 November 5 Guirandus, bishop (of Béziers), confessor GTZ: Béziers
3141 11 November 5 Letus, priest, confessor GTZ: Paris, Sens; PCP (Paris)
3142 11 November 5 Malachi, bishop, confessor GTZ: Cistercians
3143 11 November 5 Martiana, virgin (at Albi) GTZ: Albi
3144 11 November 5 Winnoc, abbot WTS (Bruges)
4047 11 November 5 Zacharias and Elizabeth (parents of John the Baptist) Roman Martyrology, sometimes without Elizabeth
3146 11 November 6 Gregory, bishop (of Langres) (Translation) GTZ: Langres
3145 11 November 6 Gregory, bishop (of Tours) (Translation) GTZ: Tours
3147 11 November 6 Herculanus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg
3148 11 November 6 Illtyd, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
3150 11 November 6 Leonard (of Yandeuvre), hermit BLS
3149 11 November 6 Leonard, abbot, confessor (sometimes bishop, martyr) common
3151 11 November 6 Lupentius, confessor GTZ: Tours
3152 11 November 6 Melanius, bishop (of Rennes), confessor GTZ: Metz, Tours
3153 11 November 6 Nazarius and Celsus, martyrs (Advent) GTZ: Autun
3154 11 November 6 Prejectus, bishop, martyr (Exceptio corporis) GTZ: Verdun
3155 11 November 6 Protasius, bishop (of Lausanne), confessor GTZ: Lausanne
3156 11 November 6 Stephen, bishop (of Apt), confessor GTZ: Apt
3157 11 November 6 Winnoc, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Cambrai
3158 11 November 7 Almar, bishop (of Senlis) GTZ: Senlis
3159 11 November 7 Amandinus, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor GTZ: Clermont
3160 11 November 7 Amaranthus, martyr GTZ: Albi, Narbonne
3161 11 November 7 Baldus, bishop (of Tours) GTZ: Tours
4619 11 November 7 Engelbert, bishop (of Cologne), martyr (+1226) Never canonized, declared Saint by papal legate
4317 11 November 7 Eustasius, Pobisus (Probisus), and Marius, martyrs in Nikomedia
3162 11 November 7 Florentius, bishop (of Strassburg) GTZ
3163 11 November 7 Herculanus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3164 11 November 7 John Gabriel Perboyre, martyr BLS
4454 11 November 7 Leopardi, bishop (of Ancona) [Osimo] D.
3165 11 November 7 Prosdocimus, bishop (of Padua), confessor BLS; GTZ: Trent
3166 11 November 7 Restitutus, bishop (of Trois-Châteaux), confessor GTZ: southern France
3167 11 November 7 Romanus, priest, confessor GTZ: LeMans
3168 11 November 7 Werenfrid, priest BLS
3169 11 November 7 Willibrord, bishop (of Utrecht), confessor common; HCC, in red; PRI: England
3981 11 November 8 All Saints (Octave)
4443 11 November 8 Austremonius, bishop (of Clermont) Clermont, shifted from the 1st
3170 11 November 8 Four Crowned martyrs common, GTZ; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges); 6082, in red
3171 11 November 8 Gervadius, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3172 11 November 8 Godfrey, bishop (of Amiens) BLS
3173 11 November 8 Louis, bishop (of Toulouse), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Franciscans
3174 11 November 8 Marcellus (Octave) PCP (Paris)
3175 11 November 8 Moroc, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
3177 11 November 8 Suliavus, abbot, confessor GTZ: St. Malo
3178 11 November 8 Weomad, bishop (of Trier) GTZ: Trier
3179 11 November 8 Willehad, bishop (of Bremen), confessor common
3180 11 November 9 Benignus, bishop BLS
4075 11 November 9 Domini imaginis passio, (Salvatoris, Christi) (Barcelona) E., Tarassona. - Aberdon
3181 11 November 9 John, apostle; Dedication of St. John Lateran common
3182 11 November 9 Maturinus, priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3183 11 November 9 Ragenulf, martyr GTZ: Arras
3184 11 November 9 Theodore (Tyro), martyr common
3185 11 November 9 Ursinus, bishop (of Bourges), confessor GTZ: Rouen (Revelation), Bourges (Translation)
3186 11 November 9 Vito, bishop (of Verdun) BLS; GTZ: Verdun
3187 11 November 9 Willehad, bishop (of Bremen), confessor GTZ: Schwerin
2859 11 November 10 Andrew Avellino, confessor BLS
4615 11 November 10 Four Crowned Martyrs Dominicans
2860 11 November 10 George, bishop (of Velay), confessor GTZ: Puy
4252 11 November 10 Herculanus, bishop (of Perugia) Augustinians
2861 11 November 10 Justus, bishop (of Rochester, Canterbury) BLS; PRI: England
2862 11 November 10 Leo (the Great), pope, Doctor of the Church MR
2863 11 November 10 Ludmilla, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Prague, Gnesen
2864 11 November 10 Martin, pope, martyr common
2865 11 November 10 Maurus, bishop (of Verdun), confessor: GTZ Metz, Verdun
2866 11 November 10 Milles, bishop, Ambrosimus, priest, Sina, deacon, martyrs BLS
2867 11 November 10 Spatius, martyr (at Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux
2868 11 November 10 Tiberius, Modestus and Florentia, martyrs (at Agde) GTZ: southern France; PCP (Paris), as Tiburce
2869 11 November 10 Tryphon, Respicius and Nympha, martyrs BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders, Châlons-sur-Marne
2870 11 November 10 Veranus PCP (Paris)
2871 11 November 11 Bertuin, bishop, confessor GTZ: Liège
2872 11 November 11 Martin, bishop (of Tours), confessor common; PCP (Paris), as Marin
2873 11 November 11 Menas, martyr common, BLS (as of Libya)
2875 11 November 11 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon), confessor GTZ: Lyon
4651 11 November 12 Aemilian, bishop Spain, also Emilianus.
2876 11 November 12 Arsacius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Salzburg, Eichstädt
2877 11 November 12 Cunibert, bishop (of Cologne), confessor GTZ
2878 11 November 12 Five Brothers (John and companions, Benedict and companions), martyrs GTZ: Gnesen, Prague, Agram
2879 11 November 12 Himerius, recluse, confessor GTZ: Switzerland, France, Besançon
2880 11 November 12 John Pius, bishop (of Arles) GTZ: Arles
2881 11 November 12 Josaphat, bishop, martyr MR
2882 11 November 12 Lebuinus, confessor BLS; GTZ: Utrecht; HCC, in red
2883 11 November 12 Leodegar, bishop (of Saintes) GTZ: Saintes
2884 11 November 12 Leonius, confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Leon or Liène
2885 11 November 12 Livinus, bishop, martyr BLS; GTZ: Magdeburg, Kammin, Lebus, Mainz, Ratzeburg, Cambrai, Scotland
2886 11 November 12 Macarius, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4318 11 November 12 Martial, bishop (of Limoges) (Translation) Limousin (Limoges)
2887 11 November 12 Martin (I), pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France, one or more religious orders; PRI
2888 11 November 12 Maxentia, widow (mother of Vigilius) (Translation) GTZ: Trent
2889 11 November 12 Medana, virgin GTZ: Scotland
2890 11 November 12 Nilus, hermit BLS
2891 11 November 12 Renatus, bishop (of Angers) GTZ: Metz, Angers
2892 11 November 12 Rufus, bishop (of Avignon), confessor GTZ: Avignon
2894 11 November 12 Thorkill, bishop GTZ: Norway
2893 11 November 12 Thyrgillus, martyr GTZ: Norway
2895 11 November 12 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon), confessor GTZ: Bourges
2896 11 November 13 Amandus, bishop (of Rennes) GTZ: Rennes
2897 11 November 13 Brictius, bishop (of Tours), confessor (sometimes martyr) common; GTZ: France
2898 11 November 13 Constant, priest, hermit BLS
2899 11 November 13 Dalmatius, bishop (of Rodez) GTZ: Rodez
2900 11 November 13 Didacus, confessor BLS
2901 11 November 13 Divinicus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4434 11 November 13 Folcwin, bishop (of Mortain), Elevation [Thérouanne] Mon. Germ. XV, 430.
2902 11 November 13 Gendulf, bishop (of Paris), confessor GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2904 11 November 13 Homobonus, confessor BLS
2903 11 November 13 John Chrysostom 6082
2905 11 November 13 Killian, priest BLS: Ireland
2906 11 November 13 Maxellendis, virgin, martyr GTZ: Cambrai
2907 11 November 13 Mitrius, martyr (at Aix) BLS; GTZ: Aix
2908 11 November 13 Paternus, martyr (at Sens) GTZ: Sens
2909 11 November 13 Quintian, bishop (of Auvergne) GTZ: Clermont
2910 11 November 13 Stanislas Kostka, confessor BLS
2911 11 November 13 Veranus, bishop (of Cavaillon), confessor GTZ: Aix, Arles, Paris
2912 11 November 14 Bernard, abbot, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Cistercians
2913 11 November 14 Clementine, martyr GTZ: Trier
2914 11 November 14 Dubricius, bishop (S. Wales) BLS
2915 11 November 14 Erkenwold, bishop (of London), confessor (Translation) BLS; GTZ: Salisbury
2916 11 November 14 Fridolinus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Paderborn
2917 11 November 14 Hugh Faringdon, abbot (of Reading) BLS
4057 11 November 14 John Chrysostom, bishop, confessor Turin
2918 11 November 14 John Elemosynarius, confessor GTZ: Gnesen
2919 11 November 14 Josaphat, bishop BLS
2920 11 November 14 Lawrence, bishop (of Dublin), confessor BLS; GTZ: Paris, Rouen
2921 11 November 14 Maclovius PCP (Paris)
2922 11 November 14 Modanus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
2923 11 November 14 Paul, the first hermit, confessor (sometimes Paulinus) (Translation) GTZ: Paulines
2924 11 November 14 Philip, apostle GTZ: Russia
2925 11 November 14 Rufus, bishop (of Avignon), confessor GTZ: southern France
4048 11 November 14 Serapionis, Martyr Utrecht
2926 11 November 14 Thomas Percy, earl (of Northumberland), martyr BLS
2927 11 November 14 Vindanus, confessor GTZ: Chur
2928 11 November 15 Albertus Magnus, bishop, Doctor of the Church MR
2929 11 November 15 Ceronna, virgin GTZ: Séez
2930 11 November 15 Cessator, bishop (of Limoges) GTZ: Limoges
2931 11 November 15 Desiderius, bishop (of Cahors) GTZ: Cahors
2932 11 November 15 Eugenius, bishop (of Toledo), martyr (sometimes confessor) BLS; GTZ: Liège, Paris, Soissons; PCP (Paris)
2933 11 November 15 Faustus PCP (Paris)
4049 11 November 15 Felicis, bishop (of Nolani), martyr Bremen. - Kjöbenhavn. - [Nola] D. - Fünfkirchen.
4566 11 November 15 Fidentianus, martyr Krakau
2934 11 November 15 Gertrude, abbess (of Rodalsdorf) BLS
2935 11 November 15 Lawrence, martyr (Advent) GTZ: Merseburg
2936 11 November 15 Leopold, marquis of Austria
2937 11 November 15 Maclovius, bishop (of St. Malo), confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Scotland, France; PCP (Paris), as Malo
2938 11 November 15 Martin, monk, confessor GTZ: Trier
2939 11 November 15 Paduinus, abbot GTZ: LeMans
2940 11 November 15 Richard Whiting, abbot (of Glastonbury) BLS
2941 11 November 15 Secundinus, martyr GTZ: Speyer
2942 11 November 15 Vindanus, confessor GTZ: Strassburg
2943 11 November 16 Anianus PCP (Paris)
2944 11 November 16 Edmund, bishop (of Canturbury), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cistercians, England; PRI: England
2945 11 November 16 Emilianus, abbot GTZ: Bordeaux
2946 11 November 16 Eucherius, bishop (of Lyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: southern France
2947 11 November 16 Galla, virgin GTZ: Valence
2948 11 November 16 Gertrude, virgin MR
2949 11 November 16 Gumbert, bishop WTS (Bruges)
2950 11 November 16 Leonianus, abbot GTZ: Arras
2951 11 November 16 Margaret, queen (of Scotland) MR; GTZ: Scotland
4511 11 November 16 Martin, bishop (of Tours) (Octave) Not fully octave, Orleans and Agen
2952 11 November 16 Othmar, abbot (sometimes bishop) (at St. Gall), confessor common
2953 11 November 16 Tiburtius, confessor WTS (Bruges)
2954 11 November 17 Acisclus and Victoria, martyrs (at Cordova) GTZ: southern France
2955 11 November 17 Anianus, bishop (of Orléans), confessor BLS; GTZ: Liège, Switzerland, France, England, Scotland, one or more religious orders; PCP (Paris)
2956 11 November 17 Arnulph, bishop (of Toul), confessor GTZ: Toul
2957 11 November 17 Augustine and Felicity, martyrs GTZ: Sens
2958 11 November 17 Dionysius (the Great) BLS
2959 11 November 17 Elizabeth (of Hungary), nun MR
4349 11 November 17 Eugenius, confessor Florence
2960 11 November 17 Florinus, confessor GTZ: Chur, Trier, Salzburg
2962 11 November 17 Gregory Thaumaturgus, bishop BLS; PRI; 6082, in red
2961 11 November 17 Gregory, bishop (of Tours) BLS; GTZ: France
2963 11 November 17 Hilda, abbess (at Whitby) BLS: England
2964 11 November 17 Hugo, bishop (of Lincoln), confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Scotland, Carthusians; PRI: England
4361 11 November 17 Martin, bishop (of Tours) (Octave) Bourges
2965 11 November 17 Maudetus PCP (Paris)
2966 11 November 17 Othmar, confessor WTS (Bruges)
3970 11 November 17 Sun enters Sagittarius
2967 11 November 18 Alphaeus and Zachaeus, martyrs BLS
2968 11 November 18 Aude, virgin GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
2969 11 November 18 Fergusian, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
4441 11 November 18 Fridian, bishop (of Lucca), confessor Translation, death was March (+588?)
2970 11 November 18 Hilda, abbess (at Whitby) BLS: northern England
2971 11 November 18 Martin (Octave) common
2972 11 November 18 Maudetus, abbot, confessor GTZ: Brittany
2973 11 November 18 Odo, abbot (at Cluny) BLS
2974 11 November 18 Peter and Paul, apostles; Dedication of St. Peter's and St. Paul's, Rome common
2975 11 November 18 Romanus and Barula, martyrs GTZ: southern France, Metz; PCP (Paris), without Barula
2976 11 November 18 Rumpharius, bishop (of Coutances) GTZ: Coutances
2977 11 November 18 Severus, bishop (of Trier), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Trier
2978 11 November 18 Stephen, protomartyr (Translation) GTZ: Bourges, Sens
2979 11 November 18 Theofrid, martyr (at Limoges) GTZ: southern France
2980 11 November 19 Balaam, martyr BLS
2982 11 November 19 Edmund, bishop (of Canterbury) PCP (Paris)
2981 11 November 19 Elizabeth, widow, nun common
2983 11 November 19 Gelasius, pope, confessor (sometimes martyr) GTZ: Paderborn, Liège, Trier, southern France
2984 11 November 19 Hoarzonus, bishop (of Léon), confessor GTZ: St. Pol de Léon
2985 11 November 19 James, hermit GTZ: Bourges
2986 11 November 19 Maximus, priest, martyr GTZ: Genf
2987 11 November 19 Odo, abbot (at Cluny), confessor GTZ: Cluniacs
2988 11 November 19 Patroclus, priest, confessor GTZ: Clermont
2989 11 November 19 Pontianus, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ: Franciscans, Albi; PRI
2992 11 November 19 Quintian, bishop (of Auvergne) GTZ: Rodez
2990 11 November 19 Severinus, Exupery and Felicianus, martyrs GTZ: Vienne
2991 11 November 19 Simplicius, bishop (of Verona), confessor GTZ: Metz
4319 11 November 20 Agapitus (of Caesarea), martyr in Caesarea in Palestine († 306)
3004 11 November 20 Apothemius, bishop (of Angers) GTZ: Angers
3005 11 November 20 Bernward, bishop (of Hildesheim), (deposition alse he starff) BLS; GTZ
3006 11 November 20 Columban, abbot, confessor GTZ: more commonly on Nov 21; PCP (Paris)
3007 11 November 20 Corbinianus, bishop, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Freising
3008 11 November 20 Edmund, king, martyr BLS; GTZ: Scandinavia, England, Rouen, Paris; PRI: England
3009 11 November 20 Felix (of Valois), confessor BLS
3010 11 November 20 Hippolytus, bishop (of Belley) GTZ: Besançon
3011 11 November 20 Humbert, bishop (of E. Anglia), martyr BLS
3012 11 November 20 Maxentia (of Ireland), virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: Reims
4093 11 November 20 Maximus, bishop, confessor Utrecht
3013 11 November 20 Pontianus, pope, martyr GTZ: Aix, Narbonne
3014 11 November 20 Quarletus and Luxorius, confessors GTZ: Amiens
3015 11 November 20 Regenfledis, abbess, virgin GTZ: Cologne
3016 11 November 20 Silvester, bishop (of Chalon-sur-Saône) GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône
4050 11 November 20 Stephen, bishop (of Apten), confessor Tours, (+ 1046)
4166 11 November 20 Valerius Cologne
4025 11 November 21 Aethelwine England (Also Ailwin, Elwin and Aldwyn)
3018 11 November 21 Columban, abbot, confessor common
3019 11 November 21 Gelasius, pope BLS
4281 11 November 21 John the Baptist, presentation of Relics Right arm; (Johanniter) Pilgram.
3020 11 November 21 Justus PCP (Paris)
3021 11 November 21 Maurice, abbot HCC
3022 11 November 21 Maurus, martyr GTZ: Aquileia, Tournai
3023 11 November 21 Oda, virgin GTZ: Senlis
3024 11 November 21 Pragmatius, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
3017 11 November 21 Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
3025 11 November 21 Rufus, bishop (of Avignon), confessor GTZ: Carcassonne
3026 11 November 22 Cecilia, virgin, martyr common; 6082, in red
3027 11 November 22 Philemon and Appia, martyrs BLS
3028 11 November 22 Theodore the Studite, abbot BLS
3029 11 November 23 Amphilochius, bishop (of Iconium) BLS
3030 11 November 23 Clement (I), pope, martyr common; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
3031 11 November 23 Clement, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz
3032 11 November 23 Columban, abbot, confessor common
3033 11 November 23 Daniel, bishop (of Bangor) BLS
3034 11 November 23 Felicity, martyr GTZ; PCP (Paris)
3035 11 November 23 Sarius, priest (at Cambrai) GTZ: Cambrai
3036 11 November 23 Trudo, priest, confessor BLS; GTZ: Liège, Cambrai
4290 11 November 24 Catherine, virgin, martyr (Vigil)
3037 11 November 24 Crisogonus, martyr common
3038 11 November 24 Eleutherius, martyr GTZ: Kammin, Magdeburg
3039 11 November 24 Flora and Mary, virgins, martyrs BLS
3977 11 November 24 Hugo, bishop (of Lincoln), confessor (Octave)
3040 11 November 24 John (of the Cross), confessor BLS
3041 11 November 24 Kenan, bishop (of Duleek), confessor BLS
3042 11 November 24 Portianus, abbot GTZ: Clermont
3043 11 November 24 Romanus, priest, confessor GTZ: Bordeaux
3044 11 November 24 Severinus, monk GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
3045 11 November 24 Thebaides, martyr (Commemoration) GTZ: Cologne
3046 11 November 25 Audentius, confessor GTZ: Magdeburg
3047 11 November 25 Catherine, virgin, martyr common; HCC, PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), in red
3048 11 November 25 Erasmus, hermit, martyr BLS
4286 11 November 25 Flavianus, bishop (of Vercelli) [Vercelli] D. (E.: November 24).
3049 11 November 25 Livarius, bishop (of Metz), martyr GTZ: Metz
3050 11 November 25 Mercurius, martyr 6082, in red
3051 11 November 25 Peter, bishop (of Alex.), martyr GTZ: France, one or more religious orders
4499 11 November 25 Prospero, bishop (of Regensburg), Translation (Reggio in Modena] D. (trl.).- Camaldulenser.
4296 11 November 26 Alexander, bishop (of Avella) (translation) Avellino
3052 11 November 26 Amator, bishop (of Autun) GTZ: Auxerre
3053 11 November 26 Basolus, priest, confessor GTZ: Reims
3054 11 November 26 Conrad, bishop (of Constance), confessor common
3055 11 November 26 Dalphina (wife of Elzearus) GTZ: Apt
4158 11 November 26 Elizabeth, widow, queen (Octave) Ermland, Würzburg.- Deutschorden, Kreuzherren.
3056 11 November 26 Genovieve, virgin (Miracle of the Mal des ardents) GTZ: Paris; (PCP (Paris)
3057 11 November 26 Justus, martyr GTZ: Limoges
3058 11 November 26 Leonard (of Port Maurice) BLS
3059 11 November 26 Linus, pope, martyr common
3060 11 November 26 Marcellus PCP (Paris)
3061 11 November 26 Mercurius, martyr GTZ: Mainz
3062 11 November 26 Nicon (Metanoite) BLS
3063 11 November 26 Peter (of Alexandria), bishop, martyr BLS; PRI; 6082, in red
3064 11 November 26 Sabaudus, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier
3066 11 November 26 Siricius, pope, confessor GTZ: Augsburg
3065 11 November 26 Sylvester Gozzolini, abbot (of Ozimo) BLS
3067 11 November 27 Acharius, bishop (of Noyon) GTZ: Noyon
3068 11 November 27 Agricola and Vitalis, martyrs GTZ; PCP (Paris)
3069 11 November 27 Bilhildis, abbess GTZ: Mainz
3070 11 November 27 Cungar, abbot BLS
3071 11 November 27 Eusicius, priest, confessor GTZ: Bourges
3072 11 November 27 James Intercisus, martyr BLS
3073 11 November 27 Maharsapor, martyr BLS
3074 11 November 27 Martin, pope, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3075 11 November 27 Maximus, bishop (of Reji), confessor BLS; GTZ: Lausanne, France
3076 11 November 27 Mercurius, martyr GTZ: Würzburg
3077 11 November 27 Oda, virgin GTZ: Liège
3078 11 November 27 Optatus, bishop GTZ: Trier
3079 11 November 27 Secundin, bishop (in Ireland) BLS
3080 11 November 27 Sifredus, bishop (of Carpentras), confessor GTZ: southern France
3081 11 November 27 Virgilius, bishop (of Salzburg), confessor BLS; GTZ: Salzburg
3082 11 November 27 Vitalis (and Agricola), martyrs common
3083 11 November 28 Caesarius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
3084 11 November 28 James (of Lamarca/of Ancona) BLS
3085 11 November 28 Landelinus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Paderborn
4051 11 November 28 Prosperi, bishop (of Regiensis), confessor Turin
3086 11 November 28 Rufus, martyr GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)
3087 11 November 28 Silas, apostle GTZ: Metz, Sitten, southern France
4239 11 November 28 Sothenes, deacon Chalon, Remiremont, Senlis
3088 11 November 28 Stephen the Younger, martyr BLS
4137 11 November 28 Theodolus Liège ad. à S.Bertin
4094 11 November 28 Trophimus and companions, martyrs (Trophini) Utrecht
3089 11 November 28 Vigilius, bishop (of Auxerre) (Translation) GTZ: Auxerre
3090 11 November 29 Andrew (Vigil) common
3091 11 November 29 Cuthbert Mayne, martyr BLS
4500 11 November 29 Illuminate, virgin [Todi] D.
3092 11 November 29 Radbod, bishop, confessor GTZ: Utrecht
3093 11 November 29 Saturninus (Chrysanthus, Maurus and Daria), martyrs (sometimes only confessors) common
3094 11 November 29 Saturninus and Sisinnius, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Scotland, England; 6082
3095 11 November 29 Saturninus, bishop (of Toulouse), martyr GTZ: France; PCP (Paris), as Sernin
3115 11 November 30 Andrew, apostle common
3116 11 November 30 Narses, bishop, and companions, martyrs BLS
3117 11 November 30 Sapor, Isaac, Mahanes, Abraham, and Simeon, martyrs BLS
3118 11 November 30 Trojanus, bishop (of Saintes) GTZ: Saintes
3119 11 November 30 Tugdual, bishop (of Tréguier) GTZ: Tréguier, St. Pol de Léon
655 12 December 1 Agericus, bishop (of Verdun), confessor GTZ: Metz, Verdun
4076 12 December 1 Ansani, martyr Sienna
656 12 December 1 Bibiana, virgin, martyr 6082
657 12 December 1 Candida, virgin GTZ: Trier, Magdeburg
658 12 December 1 Candidus, martyr GTZ: Salzburg
660 12 December 1 Chrysanthus and Daria, martyrs GTZ: usually France and England
4211 12 December 1 Constantine, abbot [Beauvais, Breteuil], [Mans, Javron] D.
659 12 December 1 Cyriacus, bishop (of Five Churches), martyr GTZ: Hungary
661 12 December 1 Didacus BLS
662 12 December 1 Domnolus, bishop (of LeMans) GTZ: LeMans
663 12 December 1 Edmund Campion, Ralph Sherwine, Thomas Ford, William Filby, priests, and companions, martyrs BLS
664 12 December 1 Eligius, bishop (of Noyon), confessor BLS; GTZ: Bremen, Cologne, Trier, France, one or more religious orders; HCC; PCP (Paris)
665 12 December 1 Florentia, virgin GTZ: Poitiers
666 12 December 1 Florentinus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Tours
667 12 December 1 Leontius, bishop (of Fréjus), martyr GTZ: Aix
4544 12 December 1 Longinus, martyr Bremen, Agram
668 12 December 1 Martin, bishop (of Tours), confessor (Translation (of his head)) GTZ: Utrecht
669 12 December 1 Maurus, bishop (of Five Churches), martyr GTZ: Hungary
670 12 December 1 Nessan (of Cork) BLS
671 12 December 1 Sabinus, Latinus and Exuperantius, martyrs GTZ: Magdeburg
769 12 December 2 Bibiana, virgin, martyr common
770 12 December 2 Candida, virgin, martyr WTS (Bruges)
4367 12 December 2 Catherine, virgin, martyr (Octave) Many German dioceses and Premonstratensen houses
771 12 December 2 Ethernan, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
772 12 December 2 Finian, bishop (of Cluain-Iraird) BLS
773 12 December 2 Flavitus PCP (Paris)
774 12 December 2 Longinus, martyr (more often celebrated on Mar 15)
775 12 December 2 Maurice, soldier, martyr (Reception of his arm) GTZ: Angers
4378 12 December 2 Pontiane, and companions, martyrs Rome, (+259)
776 12 December 2 Severus and Severinus, brothers, martyrs GTZ: Utrecht; HCC
777 12 December 2 Valeria, virgin, martyr (at Limoges) GTZ: Paris only; PCP (Paris)
778 12 December 2 Victorinus and Fortunatus, martyrs GTZ: Trier
831 12 December 3 Attala, virgin GTZ: Strassburg
832 12 December 3 Birinus, bishop, confessor BLS; GTZ: England, Lund
833 12 December 3 Cassianus, bishop (of Seben), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Brixen
834 12 December 3 Claudius and companions, martyrs GTZ: Amiens; PCP (Paris), as Claudrien
835 12 December 3 Firminus, bishop (of Metz), confessor GTZ: Metz, Verdun
836 12 December 3 Francis Xavier, priest common
4382 12 December 3 Galganus, abbot, confessor [Siena] D., E.
837 12 December 3 Lucius, king, confessor BLS; GTZ: Chur, Sitten, Constance
4632 12 December 3 Petri Chrysologi, archbishop (of Ravenna) Ravenna
838 12 December 3 Sola, hermit, confessor BLS; GTZ: Eichstädt
4369 12 December 3 Translation of Relics to Rouen Rouen
851 12 December 4 Anno, bishop (of Cologne), confessor BLS; GTZ: Cologne
852 12 December 4 Aper, priest, confessor GTZ: Genf, Grenoble
853 12 December 4 Barbara, virgin, martyr common
4019 12 December 4 Benedict, abbot (translation and ordination) Bourges (Transl.). - Winchester. - Benedictiner E.
4362 12 December 4 Benedict, abbot (translation) Bourges
4340 12 December 4 Bernard, bishop (of Parma) (+ 1133) December 4: [Parma]. Abbot General of the Order of Vallumbrosa
854 12 December 4 Dionysius, bishop (of Paris), martyr PCP (Paris): Notre Dame
855 12 December 4 Emerita, virgin, martyr GTZ: Chur
856 12 December 4 John (of Damascus), priest, Doctor of the Church MR
857 12 December 4 Maximus, bishop (of Reji), confessor (Relatio) GTZ: Thérouanne
858 12 December 4 Nicasius, bishop (of Reims), martyr GTZ: Angers
859 12 December 4 Osmund, bishop (of Salisbury), confessor common; PRI: England
860 12 December 4 Peter Chrysogonus, bishop (of Ravenna) BLS
861 12 December 4 Possessor and Firminus, bishops (of Verdun) GTZ
862 12 December 4 Siran, abbot BLS
863 12 December 5 Ambrose PCP (Paris)
864 12 December 5 Anno, bishop (of Cologne), confessor GTZ: Magdeburg
4404 12 December 5 Bassus, bishop (of Nice), martyr Nice, (+ 254) Martyr under Decius and Valerian
865 12 December 5 Birinus, priest BLS
4145 12 December 5 Crispine, virgin, martyr Krakau. - Kjöbenhavn.
866 12 December 5 Dalmatianus, confessor (sometimes martyr) WTS (Bruges)
4095 12 December 5 Julius and companions, martyrs Utrecht
4159 12 December 5 Lazarus, bishop, martyr Tournai
867 12 December 5 Nicetius, bishop (of Trier) BLS
868 12 December 5 Racho, bishop (of Autun), confessor GTZ: Autun
869 12 December 5 Sabas, abbot common; GTZ: Prague, one or more religious orders
870 12 December 6 Dionysia, Dativa, and companions, martyrs BLS
871 12 December 6 Nicholas, bishop, confessor common; HCC, PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
872 12 December 6 Peter Paschal, bishop (of Jaen), martyr BLS
4259 12 December 6 Victoris, bishop [Piacenza] D.
873 12 December 7 Ambrose, bishop, confessor, Doctor of the Church (Ordination and Translation) common; GTZ: one or more religious orders, Aquileia, Trent; 6082, in red
874 12 December 7 Andrew (Octave) HCC; PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
875 12 December 7 Anianus, bishop (of Chartres) (Translation) GTZ: Chartres
876 12 December 7 Babolen, abbot (of St.-Pierre-des-Fosses) (Translation) GTZ: Paris
4018 12 December 7 Conception of the BVM, Vigil
877 12 December 7 Fara, virgin (at Meaux) BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris), as Fare
878 12 December 7 Gerebold, bishop (of Bayeux) GTZ: Bayeux
879 12 December 7 Sabinus, bishop (of Assisi), martyr 6082 (as Savin)
880 12 December 8 Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
881 12 December 8 Eucharius, bishop (of Trier), confessor GTZ: Trier, Mainz
882 12 December 8 Romaric, confessor BLS; GTZ: Metz, Toul, Besançon
883 12 December 8 Zeno, bishop, confessor GTZ: Salzburg
884 12 December 9 Anastasia, virgin (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
885 12 December 9 Anne, Mother of Mary GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia (since 1436)
886 12 December 9 Casaria, virgin GTZ: Lebus
887 12 December 9 Cyprian, abbot GTZ: Périgueux; PCP (Paris)
4096 12 December 9 Eucharius, bishop (of Treveren.), confessor Utrecht, Halberstadt
888 12 December 9 Felix (of Valois) BLS: England
889 12 December 9 Gerontius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bordeaux
4585 12 December 9 Gorgonia, confessor Sister of Gregory Nazianzus, (+ 369-70)
890 12 December 9 Innocent (I), pope WTS (Bruges)
891 12 December 9 Joachim, confessor GTZ: Basel, Chur, Constance
892 12 December 9 Leocadia, virgin, martyr BLS; GTZ: southern France
893 12 December 9 Nectarius, confessor GTZ: Clermont
894 12 December 9 Peter Fourier, priest BLS
4133 12 December 9 Peter and Successus, martyrs (in Africa) Remiremont, Liège
4052 12 December 9 Proouli, bishop (of Veronen) Verona?, Obit
895 12 December 9 Sebastian, martyr (Translation) GTZ: Soissons
896 12 December 9 Seven Martyrs of Samosata (Hipparchus, Philothea, James, Paragrus, Habebus, Romanus, and Lollianus) BLS
897 12 December 9 Syrus, bishop (of Pavia), confessor GTZ: one or more religious orders
898 12 December 9 Wulfhilde, abbess BLS
672 12 December 10 Carpophorus and Abundantius, martyrs GTZ: Minden
673 12 December 10 Erconwald BLS
674 12 December 10 Eulalia, virgin, martyr (at Merida) GTZ: Strassburg, Worms, France; PCP (Paris); 6082
4509 12 December 10 Fuscian, Victoricus and Gentian, martyrs (vigil) Amiens
675 12 December 10 Gausbert, bishop (of Cahors) GTZ: Cahors
680 12 December 10 Holy House of Loreto (Translation) BLS
676 12 December 10 Joachim, confessor GTZ: Lund
4502 12 December 10 Juliane, virgin Amiens
677 12 December 10 Melchiades, pope, martyr BLS; GTZ; PRI
678 12 December 10 Nicasius, bishop (of Reims), martyr GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)
679 12 December 10 Sindulf, bishop (of Vienne), confessor GTZ: Vienne
681 12 December 10 Valeria, virgin, martyr (at Limoges) GTZ: France
682 12 December 11 Arthur Francis Bell, priest, martyr BLS
4368 12 December 11 Barbara, virgin, martyr (Octave) Meissen, Naumburg
683 12 December 11 Chlodulph, bishop (of Metz) GTZ: Metz
684 12 December 11 Damasus (I), pope, confessor (sometimes martyr) common
685 12 December 11 Daniel (the Stylite) BLS
686 12 December 11 Fuscian, Victoricus and Gentian, martyrs BLS; GTZ: Cambrai, Reims; PCP (Paris)
687 12 December 11 Paul, bishop (of Narbonne), confessor (Obitus) GTZ: Narbonne
690 12 December 12 Colentin BLS: England
688 12 December 12 Colman, abbot (in Ireland) BLS
689 12 December 12 Columba, abbot BLS
691 12 December 12 Corentinus, bishop (of Quimper) GTZ: Tours
692 12 December 12 Cormac, abbot (of Glendaloch) BLS
693 12 December 12 Eadburghe, abbess (of Thanet) BLS
694 12 December 12 Epimachus, Alexander, and companions (Ammonarium, Mercutia, Dionysia, and Ammonarium), martyrs BLS
695 12 December 12 Finian, bishop (of Clonard) BLS: Ireland
4240 12 December 12 Hermogenis and Donatus, martyrs Bremen
696 12 December 12 Jeanne Frances de Chantal, nun MR
697 12 December 12 Nicasius PCP (Paris)
698 12 December 12 Oubertus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
699 12 December 12 Valeric, abbot, confessor GTZ: Utrecht, Reims, Tours
700 12 December 13 Adalbert, bishop (of Cambrai) BLS
701 12 December 13 Anthony Grassi BLS
702 12 December 13 Apra, virgin GTZ: Poitiers
703 12 December 13 Autbert, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor BLS; GTZ: Magdeburg, Paderborn, Cambrai
704 12 December 13 Clare, virgin (sometimes martyr) WTS (Bruges)
705 12 December 13 Eustace and companions 6082, in red
706 12 December 13 Gervase and Protase, martyrs (Translation) GTZ: LeMans, Séez
707 12 December 13 Illidius, bishop (of Auvergne) (Translation) GTZ: Clermont
708 12 December 13 Jodocus, priest, confessor common, Jos in French
709 12 December 13 John Marinoni (of Venice) BLS
710 12 December 13 Lucy, virgin, martyr common; 6082, in red
711 12 December 13 Magnus, count (of the Orkneys), martyr (Translation) GTZ: Norway, Scotland
4224 12 December 13 Martin, bishop (of Tours), advent of relics Tours
4006 12 December 13 Nicholas, bishop, confessor (Octave) Common
712 12 December 13 Odilia, abbess, virgin BLS; GTZ: Thüringen
713 12 December 13 Ursicinus, bishop (of Cahors) GTZ: Cahors
4012 12 December 14 Agnelli, bishop (Neapel, Patron] D
714 12 December 14 Drostan, abbot GTZ: Scotland
715 12 December 14 Eutropia, virgin (sister of Nicasius, bishop), martyr GTZ: Reims
716 12 December 14 Fingar and companions, martyrs BLS: Ireland
717 12 December 14 Folquinus, bishop (of Thérouanne), confessor GTZ: Thérouanne
718 12 December 14 Fortunatus, bishop (of Poitiers) GTZ: Poitiers
719 12 December 14 John (of the Cross), priest, Doctor of the Church MR
720 12 December 14 Narcissius, bishop (of Reims), martyr BLS
721 12 December 14 Nicasius, bishop (of Reims), martyr HCC; WTS (Bruges), in red
722 12 December 14 Spiridion BLS
723 12 December 14 Valerianus PCP (Paris)
724 12 December 14 Zeno, bishop, confessor GTZ: Agram
725 12 December 15 Anne, Mother of Mary GTZ: Abo only
4135 12 December 15 Conception of BVM, octave Gnesen, Halberstadt, Hildesheim, Krakau, Meissen, Metz, Naumburg, Passau, Regensburg, Toul, Utrecht. - Autun, Bourges.
726 12 December 15 Eusebius, bishop (of Vercelli) BLS
4196 12 December 15 Faustinus, martyr, and companions Trier
727 12 December 15 Florence, abbot (of Benchor) BLS
728 12 December 15 Judocus, confessor WTS (Bruges)
729 12 December 15 Maximinus, abbot, confessor (at Orléans) GTZ: Paris, Tours; HCC; PCP (Paris), as Mémin
730 12 December 15 Obertus, bishop WTS (Bruges)
731 12 December 15 Odilda WTS (Bruges)
732 12 December 15 Valerianus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Hungary
733 12 December 16 Adalbert, bishop (of Magdeburg) BLS
734 12 December 16 Adelheidis, empress (virgin) BLS; GTZ: Mainz, Augsburg, Basel, Besançon
735 12 December 16 Ado, bishop (of Vienne) BLS
736 12 December 16 Ananias, Azarias and Misael (trium puerorum), martyrs GTZ
737 12 December 16 Barbara, virgin, martyr GTZ: Genf, Amiens, Angers, Langres
738 12 December 16 Beanus, bishop BLS
739 12 December 16 Candida, virgin WTS (Bruges)
740 12 December 16 Flannan, bishop (of Killaloe) BLS
4062 12 December 16 Forty Martyrs Tours
4320 12 December 16 Ignatius, bishop (of Antioch) Halle
4082 12 December 16 Lazarus, bishop (of Marseilles), martyr (sometimes confessor) Westerås
4053 12 December 16 Meletius, bishop (of Spoleto) Spoleto
741 12 December 16 Memmius, bishop (of Châlons-sur-Marne), confessor (Translation) GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne
742 12 December 16 Sapientia PCP (Paris)
743 12 December 16 Valentine, bishop, confessor HCC
744 12 December 17 Adelheidis, empress (virgin) GTZ: Magdeburg, Strassburg
745 12 December 17 Begga, widow BLS
4146 12 December 17 Columbe, Virgin, Martyr (Translation) Sens
4633 12 December 17 Florian, martyr (and Calanicus and 58 companions) Martyred in Eleutheropolis, Palestine, by Arabs under the reign of Heraclius
746 12 December 17 Ignatius, bishop, martyr GTZ: Bremen, Salzburg, Trier, Hungary; HCC
747 12 December 17 John the Baptist (Reception of his face) GTZ: Amiens
748 12 December 17 Lazarus, bishop (of Marseilles), martyr (sometimes confessor) GTZ: Metz, Autun, Lyon; PCP (Paris)
749 12 December 17 Olympias, widow BLS
750 12 December 17 Psalmodius, hermit GTZ: Limoges
751 12 December 18 Agricola, martyr WTS (Bruges)
752 12 December 18 Alphea, virgin WTS (Bruges)
4586 12 December 18 Expectation of Mary Also "annunciatio Marie de la O", though not related to "O Antiphons", Spanish
753 12 December 18 Flauien PCP (Paris)
754 12 December 18 Flavitus, confessor GTZ: Sens
755 12 December 18 Florinus, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Trier
4510 12 December 18 Fuscian, Victoricus and Gentian, martyrs (Octave) Amiens
756 12 December 18 Gatian, bishop (of Tours), confessor BLS; GTZ: Tours, Rouen
757 12 December 18 Magnanius, abbot (of Kilmainham) BLS
758 12 December 18 Manirus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
759 12 December 18 Rufus and Zosimas, martyrs BLS
3971 12 December 18 Sun enters Capricorn
760 12 December 18 Wunibald, abbot (at Eichstädt), confessor BLS; GTZ: Eichstädt, Bamberg, Chur, Merseburg
761 12 December 18 Zosimas, monk, confessor GTZ: Cologne, Stift Wunstorf
4639 12 December 19 Anastasius, bishop, confessor Sitten
762 12 December 19 Avitus, priest, confessor (Translation) GTZ: Orléans, Sens
763 12 December 19 Dioscurus BLS
764 12 December 19 Gregory, bishop (of Auxerre), confessor GTZ: Auxerre
765 12 December 19 Melchiades, pope WTS (Bruges)
766 12 December 19 Meuris and Thea, martyrs BLS
767 12 December 19 Nemesion, and companions (Heron, Ater, and Isidore), martyrs BLS
4134 12 December 19 Quiriacus, martyr Merseburg
768 12 December 19 Severinus, martyr (sometimes bishop, confessor) PCP (Paris); WTS (Bruges)
779 12 December 20 Ammon PCP (Paris), as Emille
4054 12 December 20 Dominici de Silos, abbot, confessor Compostella, Sevilla, Tarassona. abb. cf. (+ 1073)
4121 12 December 20 Liberati, confessor, non pont. [Orvieto] E., [Rom] D.
780 12 December 20 Mercurius, martyr WTS (Bruges)
781 12 December 20 Paul, hermit BLS
782 12 December 20 Philogonius BLS
783 12 December 20 Thecla, virgin WTS (Bruges)
784 12 December 20 Thomas, apostle (Vigil) HCC; 6082
785 12 December 20 Ursicinus, confessor GTZ: Basel
786 12 December 21 Edburghe, virgin BLS
787 12 December 21 Honoratus, bishop (of Toulouse) GTZ: Toulouse
788 12 December 21 Peter Canisius, priest, Doctor of the Church MR
789 12 December 21 Thomas, apostle common; HCC, PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), 6082, in red
790 12 December 22 Cyril and Methodius, bishops BLS
4261 12 December 22 Demetrius, Honoratus and Florus, martyrs [Ostia] D.
791 12 December 22 Didymus, martyr HCC
792 12 December 22 Ethernascus, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
793 12 December 22 Felix, pope WTS (Bruges)
795 12 December 22 Gregory (of Spoleto), priest, martyr GTZ: Cologne
4254 12 December 22 Innocent, bishop Bremen. - Kjöbenhavn.
794 12 December 22 Ischyrion, martyr BLS
796 12 December 22 Theodosia, virgin WTS (Bruges)
4241 12 December 22 Thirty Soldiers, martyrs Mailand (Ambros.), [Rom] D. (mil.).
797 12 December 22 Victoria PCP (Paris), as Victor
798 12 December 23 Allocus, martyr GTZ: Scotland
799 12 December 23 Bertin PCP (Paris)
800 12 December 23 Caran, bishop, confessor GTZ: Scotland
801 12 December 23 Diaconanus, confessor GTZ: Scotland
802 12 December 23 Eugenia, virgin WTS (Bruges)
803 12 December 23 Fotinus, bishop, martyr GTZ: Scotland
805 12 December 23 Gregory (of Spoleto), priest, martyr GTZ: Trier; 6082
806 12 December 23 Hartmannus, bishop (of Brixen) GTZ: Brixen
804 12 December 23 John de Kety, priest MR
807 12 December 23 Mazota, virgin GTZ: Scotland
808 12 December 23 Servulus BLS
809 12 December 23 Thorlac, bishop (of Skalholt, Iceland), confessor GTZ: Norway
810 12 December 23 Victoria, virgin, martyr (at Rome) common
4055 12 December 24 Gregory, priest (of Spoleto) Spoleto
812 12 December 24 Irmina, virgin (at Trier) GTZ: Trier
813 12 December 24 Thrasilla and Emiliana BLS
811 12 December 24 Vigil of the Nativity of Christ
815 12 December 25 Anastasia, virgin, martyr common
816 12 December 25 Eugenia, virgin, martyr BLS
814 12 December 25 Nativity of Christ
817 12 December 26 Comman, abbot BLS
818 12 December 26 Jarlath, bishop (of Tuam) BLS
819 12 December 26 Stephen, protomartyr common
820 12 December 27 John, apostle, evangelist common
821 12 December 27 Theodore, abbot BLS
822 12 December 27 Zoilus, confessor GTZ: Aquileia
823 12 December 28 Holy Innocents, martyrs common
824 12 December 28 Theodore, confessor BLS
825 12 December 29 Ebrulf, abbot, confessor BLS; GTZ: Lisieux
826 12 December 29 Marcellus, abbot BLS
827 12 December 29 Thomas Becket, bishop (of Canterbury), martyr common; PCP (Paris), WTS (Bruges), in red
828 12 December 29 Trophimus, bishop (of Arles), martyr (sometimes only confessor) GTZ: southern France
829 12 December 29 Ursinus, bishop (of Bourges), confessor GTZ: Bourges
830 12 December 29 William Howard, martyr BLS
839 12 December 30 Columban, bishop WTS (Bruges)
840 12 December 30 David, king common
4587 12 December 30 Dum medium Silentium The Sunday after Christmas Mass, Tornai Missal
4023 12 December 30 Egwini, bishop (of Worcester) Worcester
4242 12 December 30 Jucundus, bishop (of Aosta) [Aosta] D.
4627 12 December 30 Liberius, bishop (of Ravenna) Ravenna. A second bishop from the one on Apr.29
841 12 December 30 Maximus, martyr BLS
842 12 December 30 Perpetuus, bishop (of Tours), confessor GTZ: Aachen, Tours; PCP (Paris), as Perpetue
4455 12 December 30 Raynard, bishop (of Aquila) (+ 1077) Aquila
843 12 December 30 Sabinus, bishop (of Assisi), and companions (Marcellus, Exuperantius, and Venustianus) BLS
844 12 December 30 Ursinus, bishop (of Bourges), confessor GTZ: Rouen
845 12 December 31 Basil the Great, bishop of Caesarea
846 12 December 31 Columba, virgin (at Sens), martyr BLS; GTZ: Strassburg, Basel, France; PCP (Paris)
847 12 December 31 Marius, bishop GTZ: Lausanne
848 12 December 31 Melania BLS
849 12 December 31 Sabinianus and Potentianus, bishops (of Sens), martyrs GTZ: Sens
850 12 December 31 Silvester, pope (sometimes only bishop), confessor (sometimes martyr) common; 6082, in red