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Optional Memorial of Saint Raymond of Penyafort, Priest


Saint Raymond of Penyafort

Also known as

• Raymond of Rochefort
• Raymond of Pegnafort
• Raymond of Pennafort
• Raymond of Peñafort
• Raimund, Raymund, Raimundus

Profile

Born to the Aragonian nobility. Educated at the cathedral school in Barcelona, Spain. Philosophy teacher around age 20. Priest. Graduated law school in Bologna, Italy. Joined the Dominicans in 1218. Summoned to Rome, Italy in 1230 by Pope Gregory IX. Assigned to collect all official letters of the popes since 1150. Raymond gathered and published five volumes, and helped write Church law.

Chosen master general of the Dominicans in 1238. Reviewed the Order's Rule, made sure everything was legally correct, then resigned his position in 1240 to dedicate himself to parish work. He was offered and archbishopric, but he declined, instead returning to Spain and the parish work he loved. His compassion helped many people return to God through Reconciliation.

During his years in Rome, Raymond heard of the difficulties missionaries faced trying to reach non-Christians of Northern Africa and Spain. Raymond started a school to teach the language and culture of the people to be evangelized. With Saint Thomas Aquinas, he wrote a booklet to explain the truths of faith in a way that non-believers could understand. His great influence on Church law led to his patronage of lawyers.

Born

1175 at Peñafort, Catalonia, Spain

Died

6 January 1275 at Barcelona, Spain of natural causes

Canonized

29 April 1601 by Pope Clement VIII

Patronage

• attornies, barristers, lawyers
• canonists
• medical record librarians
• Barcelona, Spain
• Navarre, Spain

Writings

Summa Cassuam

Representation

• book
• cloak
• key
• Dominican using his cloak as a sail

Video

YouTube PlayList

Readings

Look then on Jesus, the author and preserver of faith: in complete sinlessness he suffered, and at the hands of those who were his own, and was numbered among the wicked. As you drink the cup of the Lord Jesus (how glorious it is!), give thanks to the Lord, the giver of all blessings. May the God of love and peace set your hearts at rest and speed you on your journey; may he meanwhile shelter you from disturbance by others in the hidden recesses of his love, until he brings you at last into that place of complete plenitude where you will repose for ever in the vision of peace, in the security of trust, and in the restful enjoyment of his riches. - from a letter by Saint Raymond

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-raymond-of-penyafort/


Saint Lucian of Antioch

Also known as

• Lucian of Drepana
• Lucian of Nicomedië
• Lucian of Nicomedia
• Lucian the Martyr
• Lucian of Samosata
• Lucianus...

Additional Memorial

15 October (Eastern Church)

Profile

Following the death of his wealthy parents, Lucian gave away his possessions, and studied rhetoric, philosophy, and Scripture under Macarius at Edessa. Lived as a hermit briefly in his youth. Ordained in Antioch. Spiritual director of Saint Pelagia of Antioch.

Head of a school of theology in Antioch; one of his students was Arius, founder of Arianism. Friend of Paul of Samosata and other heretics, and may have been excommunicated himself at one point, but later came back to full communion with the Church.

Noted Scripture scholar, working to insure that copyists made the most exact copies possible, correcting copyist errors by comparing against older texts in the original languages. His edition of the complete Bible, known as the Lucian Recension was used by many churches, and by Saint Jerome during his work on the Vulgate.

Arrested in Nicomedia during the persecutions of Diocletian, and spent nine years in prison. Dragged before the emperor as an example, he struggled to his feet and gave a great defense of the faith. He thrown back in the cells, given no food or water for 14 days, then hauled before the tribunal and interrogated; he answered all questions with "I am a Christian." Martyr.

Born

mid-3rd century at Samosata, Syria

Died

• tortured, starved, and run through with a sword in 312 at Nicomedia, Bithynia (modern Izmid, Turkey)
• buried at Drepanum (later renamed Helenopolis)

Representation

• imprisoned priest lying on potsherds and consecrating the Eucharist on his own breast
• with a chalice and Host, in allusion to his offering the holy Sacrifice in prison
• with a dolphin at his side

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-lucian-of-antioch/


Blessed Matthew of Agrigento

Also known as

Matthew Guimerà

Profile

Matthew was a Franciscan friar, joining the Order in 1391 at the convent of Saint Francis of Assisi in Agrigento, Italy; he made his profession in 1394. He studied theology in Bologna, Italy and Barcelona, Spain where he earned a degree and was ordained a priest in 1400. Travelling preacher in the region of Tarragona, Spain from 1400 to 1405. Master of novices at the Saint Anthony convent in Padua, Italy from 1405 to 1416. In 1417 he met and began to work with Saint Bernardine of Siena. Founded monasteries in Italy and Spain. Franciscan provincial vicar from 1425 to 1430. Commissioner General of Sicily from 1432 to 1440.

Chosen bishop of Agrigento by Pope Eugene IV on 17 September 1442. Bishop Matthew was a reformer, revitalizing the clergy, ending abuse, restoring clerical discipline, and prohibiting simony. This created many opponents in the clergy; when Matthew began distributing larger amount of charity to the poor, his enemies accused him of squandering the wealth of the Church, and when Vatican officials began investigating him, they included accusations of having an affair with a local woman. He was found innocent of all charges, but he decided that he could do more good for the faith outside the bishopric, and resigned his see in 1445 and returned to preaching, supporting monastic houses, and spreading devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus.

Born

1377 on the Via Arco di San Francesco di Paola in Rabbato, Agrigento, Italy

Died

• 7 January 1450 in the Franciscan monastery of Santa Maria di Gesù, Palermo, Sicily (in modern Italy) of natural causes
• buried at the Santa Maria di Gesù monastery
• miracles reported at the grave

Beatified

21 February 1767 by Pope Clement XIII (cultus confirmation)

https://catholicsaints.info/blessed-matthew-of-agrigento/


Saint Canute Lavard

Also known as

• Canute Laward
• Canute of Schleswig
• Canute the Lord
• Duke of Jutland
• King of the Western Wends
• Knud Lavard
• Knut Lavard

Additional Memorial

25 July in Denmark for the translation of his relics

Profile

Second son of King Eric the Good of Denmark. Nephew of King Saint Canute of Denmark. Raised in the court of Saxony. Duke of Jutland with his court at Schlewig. Spent years defending against Viking raids. Supported the missionary work of Saint Vicelin. Father of King Valdemar I, who worked for Canute's canonization. King of the Western Wends in 1129. Canute's uncle, King Nils of Denmark, opposed Canute coming to the throne, and arranged his murder. Venerated in Denmark.

Born

c.1096 at Roskilde, Denmark

Died

• murdered in 1131 by his cousins Magnus Nielsen and Henry Skadelaar in the forest of Haraldsted near Ringsted in Zeeland, Denmark
• declared a martyr for justice
• relics enshrined at Ringsted on 25 June 1170

Canonized

1169 by Pope Alexander III

Patronage

Zeeland, Denmark

Representation

knight with a wreath, lance, and ciborium

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-canute-lavard/


Saint Giuliano of Gozzano

Also known as

• Giuliano of Orta
• Julian, Julianus, Julien

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Younger brother of Saint Julius of Novara with whom he studied in Athens, Greece. When Julius was ordained a priest, Giuliano was ordained a deacon so he could serve his brother’s ministry. The two worked to build churches and teach orthodox Christianity in the areas of modern Hungary, Bohemia and Poland in the wake of the Arian heresy. At the ascension of Emperor Theodosius I, the brothers obtained permission and support to become travelling preachers throughout the Roman Empire. Worked with Saint Ambrose of Milan. When Giuliano arrived in Gozzano, Italy on Lake Maggiore, he fell in love with the area and settled there, preaching and converting the people. He built a church of Santa Maria, which later was re-dedicated to San Lorenzo.

Born

c.350 in Aegina, Greece

Died

• 391 in Gozzano, Italy of natural causes
• buried in the church of Santa Maria that he had built in Gozzano
• relics enshrined in the basilica of Gozzano in 1691

Patronage

Gozzano, Italy

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-giuliano-of-gozzano/


Saint Reinhold of Cologne

Also known as

• Reinhold of Koln
• Reinhold of Dortmund
• Rainald, Reinold, Reinout, Reynold, Rinaldo, Rinold

Profile

Relative of Charlemagne. Benedictine monk. Supervised building operations at Saint Pantaleon abbey, Cologne, Germany. Murdered by the construction workers; Reinhold worked harder than they did and made them look bad.

Died

• beaten to death with hammers by stone masons in 960 at Cologne, Germany
• body thrown in the Rhine River
• body later found through divine revelation
• relics transferred to the church of Saint Rheinold in Dortmund, Germany in 1059
• some relics transferred to Cologne, Germany
• some relics transferred to Toledo, Spain in 1616

Patronage

• against plague
• sculptors
• stone masons
• stonecutters
• Dortmund, Germany

Representation

• monk with a stone mason's hammer
• monk being killed by the stone masons
• dead monk being thrown into water
• knight holding a hammer

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-reinhold-of-cologne/


Saint Valentine of Passau

Also known as

• Valentine of Mais • Valentine of Raetia • Valentine of Ratien • Valentine of Retie • Valentine of Rezia • Valentine of Rhaetia • Valentine of Rhétie • Valentin, Valentinus

Additional Memorial

4 August (translation of relics)

Profile

Monk. Abbot. Missionary bishop in Rhaetia, Switzerland, an area in the border region of modern Italy, Austria and Switzerland. Late in life he withdrew to live as a hermit near Mais, Austria.

Died

• 7 January 475 at Mais, Tyrol, Austria of natural causes
• re-interred at Trent, Italy in 739
• relics transferred to the Cathedral of Saint Stephen in Passau, Germany in 764

Patronage

• against convulsions
• against cramps
• against epilepsy
• against gout
• against plague
• cattle
• epileptics
• pilgrims
• poor people
• Passau, Germany, city of
• Passau, Germany, diocese of

Representation

bishop preaching to pagans

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-valentine-of-passau/


Saint Tillo of Solignac

Also known as

• Tillo of Westphalia
• Tillo of Izegem
• Filman, Hillo, Hilloin, Hillonius, Hilonius, Theau, Théau, Thielemann, Thielman, Thillo, Tillmann, Tilloine, Tillon, Tillone, Tilman, Tilmannus

Profile

Kidnapped by raiders and brought to the Low Countries as a slave. Ransomed by Saint Eligius of Noyon. Benedictine monk at Solignac, France. Priest. Missionary in the regions around Courtrai, France. Eventually retired to become a hermit at Solignac.

Born

c.610 in Saxony (in modern Germany)

Died

• 702 at Solignac, France of natural causes
• relics destroyed by Huguenots

Patronage

• against fever
• against childhood diseases
• children learning to walk
• Gits, Belgium
• Izegem, Belgium

Representation

abbot holding a chalice and staff

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-tillo-of-solignac/


Blessed Marie-Thérèse Haze

Also known as

• Giovanna Haze
• Jeanne Haze
• Johanna Haze
• Marie-Thérèse of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Profile

One of seven children born to the secretary of the last prince-bishop of Liège, Belgium. Could read and write by the age of four. She was drawn to religion from an early age, but was 50 years old when she finally found her vocation. Founded the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross of Liège in 1833, and served as its Superior General until her death; at that point, the Congregation had more than 50 houses and more than 900 sisters in service to the weak and poor.

Born

27 February 1782 in Liège, Belgium as Jeanne

Died

7 January 1876 in Liège, Belgium of natural causes

Beatified

21 April 1991 by Pope John Paul II

http://catholicsaints.info/blessed-marie-therese-haze/


Saint Aldric of Le Mans

Also known as

Aldericus, Aldricus, Audry, Elric

Profile

Grew up at Aachen, Germany, serving in the court of Charlemagne. Left court life at age 21 to study for the priesthood at Metz, France. After ordination he served for nine years as chaplain in the court of Charlemagne's son Louis the Pious. Bishop of LeMans, France in 832. Known for his personal sanctity, his execellent adminstrative skills, and for his work for his parishioners. When Louis died, Aldric supported Charles the Bald for the throne; this resulted in Aldic being exiled from Le Mans. He was reinstated to his see by Pope Gregory IV. Papal legate to King Pepin of Aquitaine, France. Aldic convinced Pepin to return Church property stolen by the throne. Took part in the Council of Paris and Council of Tours. Paralyzed for the last two years of his life. Some of his writings survive today.

Born

21 June 800

Died

24 March 857 at Le Mans, France of natural causes

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-aldric-of-le-mans/


Blessed Ambrose Fernandez

Also known as

• Ambrogio Fernandez
• Ambrósio Fernandes

Additional Memorial

6 February

Profile

Soldier in the Portuguese army. Worked as a trader and security guard for other traders in Japan beginning in 1571. He had a conversion experience, and entered the Jesuits as a lay brother in 1579 to assist their evangelization of Japan including acting as an interpreter. When Christian missionaries were exiled from Japan in 1614, Brother Ambrose stayed to help minister to covert Christians, working with Blessed Charles Spinola. When captured by authorities, he and some others were dragged to prison in Nagasaki and kept in a cage with no protection from the weather for 13 months until he died. Martyr.

Born

1551 at Sisto, Portugal

Died

in 1620 from a stroke caused by abusive conditions in Suzota prison, Omura, Japan

Beatified

7 May 1867 by Pope Pius IX

http://catholicsaints.info/blessed-ambrose-fernandez/


Blessed Albert of Siena

Profile

Pilgrim to Rome, Venice, Pugulia and Mount Gargano in Italy, Compostella in Spain, and the Holy Lands. Camaldolese hermit. Beginning on 6 January 1156, he became a spiritual student of Blessed William of Maleval and lived an extremely ascetic life; he ate little, slept on the ground, and when he felt tempted, would roll in a pile of nettles. Miracle worker. He later wrote a biography of Blessed William, buried him after his passing, and built a small church and group of hermit cells over the grave.

Born

Monte-alceto, Siena, Tuscany, Italy

Died

c.1181 of natural causes

Representation

man with a rabbit in or on his sleeve, a reference to an incident in which a rabbit ran to him for protection from hunters

https://catholicsaints.info/blessed-albert-of-siena/


Blessed Wittikund of Westphalia

Also known as

• Wittikund of Saxony
• Widukind, Wittekind

Profile

Raised a pagan. Duke of Westphalia (in modern Germany). When Communion was given to Christian soldiers on Christmas night, he had a vision of the Christ Child. He converted to Christianity, was sponsored into the Church by Charlemagne, and baptized in 785.

Died

• c.804 in Enger, Germany
• relics transferred to Paderborn, Germany

http://catholicsaints.info/blessed-wittikund-of-westphalia/


Saint Polyeuctus of Melitene

Also known as

Polieuto, Polyeuktos, Polyeuctes, Polyeuktos

Profile

Officer in the Roman legion. Convert. In his zeal as a new convert, he tore up the Valerian's imperial orders to persecute Christians, then smashed idols being carried in pagan procession. Tortured and martyred.

His story was well known to the ancients who built several churches with his name, including a huge one in Constantinople in which it was customary to swear legal oaths. His Acts were widely read, and formed the basis for theatrical tragedy.

Died

beheaded in 250 at Melitene, Armenia (modern Malatya, Turkey)

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-polyeuctus-of-melitene/


Saint Giuse Tuân

Also known as

Giuseppe, Joseph

Additional Memorial

24 November as one of the Martyrs of Vietnam

Profile

Married layman, a father, a family man and a farmer. In the persecutions of Tu Duc, Guise was ordered to trample on a cross to prove he was not a Christian. Instead, he knelt before the cross and began praying. Martyr.

Born

c.1825 in Nam Dien, Vietnam

Died

beheaded on 7 January 1862 in An Bai, Tonkin (in modern Vietnam)

Canonized

19 June 1988 by Pope John Paul II

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-giuse-tuan-7-january/


Saint Virginia of Ste-Verge

Also known as

• Virginia of Poitiers
• Virginia of Thonars
• Virginia of Tonars
• Sigrid, Verge, Vierge, Virgana

Profile

Shepherdess in the area of Poitou, France.

Died

• Deux-Sèvres, Poitou, France
• relics transferred to the church of Saint Vicent in Metz, France
• relics destroyed in 1793 during the anti-Church excesses of the French Revolution

Patronage

• against fever
• Sainte-Verge, France

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-virginia-of-ste-verge/


Blessed Engelbert Beets

Profile

Joined the Premonstratensians in 1561 in the Averbode monastery near Diest, Brabant, Belgium. Ordained a priest and chosen Vicar of Rumen, Belgium in 1570. Fleeing ahead of Protestants forces, he moved to Sint-Truiden, Limburg, Belgium where he applied himself to parish work, but when a Protestant army overran the area he was captured and executed. Martyr.

Born

c.1539 in Hoeleden, Brabant, Flanders (in modern Belgium)

Died

1579 in Sint-Truiden, Limburg, Flanders (in modern Belgium)

http://catholicsaints.info/blessed-engelbert-beets/


Saint Kentigerna

Also known as

• Caentigern
• Kentigerna of Loch Lomand
• Quentigerna

Profile

Daughter of Prince Kelly of Leinster, and Saint Coellen. Sister of Saint Comghan. Married lay woman. Mother of Saint Fillan. When her bother Comghan had to flee the country due to opposition to his dedication to the faith, Kentigerna fled to Scotland. Widow. Anchoress on Inchebroida Island in Loch Lomond where there still stands a church in her name.

Born

Ireland

Died

c.734 on Inch Cailleach, Scotland

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-kentigerna/


Saint Cyrus of Constantinople

Also known as

Ciro, Cyr, Kyros

Profile

Monk in Amasra and Paflagonia. Bishop and patriarch of Constantinople, c.705. He helped prevent the new emperor from exacting some of the revenge against his political opponents. Deposed from his see in 712 when Emperor Filippico took the Byzantine throne, he spent his final years as a monk at the Chora Abbey in Constantinpople.

Died

714 in Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey) of natural causes

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-cyrus-of-constantinople/


Saint Cywyllog ferch Caw

Also known as

Cwyllog, Cywellog

Profile

Born a princess, the daughter of Saint Caw, King of Arecluta, a district on the River Clyde in Scotland. When Caw was turned out of his kingdom by the Picts, he and his family fled to Twr Celyn in Anglesey, Wales. Cywyllog founded the church in Llangwyllog, Wales. Legend says that she married Mordred, King Arthur’s traitorous nephew. Widowed, Cywllog retired from the world to live as a nun in the latter 6th century.

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-cywyllog-ferch-caw/


Blessed Athanasius of Attalia

Profile

A Christian living in Muslim controlled Smyrna in Turkey, he one day stated “There is no God but God.” Some Muslims heard this, decided that this was an official conversion to Islam, and demanded that Athanasius formally renounce Christianity. When he refused, Athanasius was accused of apostasy for leaving Islam after his conversion, and sentenced to be executed. Martyr.

Died

beheaded in 1700 in Smyrna (in modern Turkey)

https://catholicsaints.info/blessed-athanasius-of-attalia/


Blessed Franciscus Bae Gwan-gyeom

Also known as

Francis

Additional Memorial

20 September as one of the Martyrs of Korea

Profile

Layman martyr in the apostolic vicariate of Korea.

Born

c.1745 in Dangjin, Chungcheong-do, South Korea

Died

7 January 1800 in Cheongju, Chungcheong-do, South Korea

Beatified

15 August 2014 by Pope Francis

http://catholicsaints.info/blessed-franciscus-bae-gwan-gyeom/


Blessed Leandro

Profile

Member of the Mercedarians. Noted teacher and scholar, he knew Latin, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew and Chaldean, taught theology and the Bible, wrote commentaries and poetry.

Died

at the Mercedarian monastery of Santa Eulalia in Murcia, Spain of natural causes

https://catholicsaints.info/blessed-leandro/


Saint Anastasius of Sens

Also known as

Anastasius XVIII

Profile

Archbishop of Sens, France from 968 to 977. Started construction on the cathedral there. Great supporter of the monks of Saint-Pierre-le-Vin.

Died

• 977 in Sens, France of natural causes
• relics in the monastic church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vin

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-anastasius-of-sens/


Saint Valentin II of Terni

Also known as

Valentine

Profile

Bishop of Terni, Italy in 494, consecrated by Pope Gelasius I; he served from 39 years.

Died

• 533 in Interamna (modern Terni), Italy
• buried at the church of San Zeno, Rocca San Zeno, Terni

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-valentin-ii-of-terni/


Saint Emilian of Saujon

Also known as

• Emilian of Combes
• Aemilio, Aemilianus

Profile

Benedictine monk at Saujon, France. Hermit in the forest of Combes, Bordeaux, France. A well-known wine is named for him.

Born

at Vannes, France

Died

767

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-emilian-of-saujon/


Saint Theodore of Egypt

Also known as

Theodor

Profile

Monk. Spiritual student of Saint Ammonius the Great in Egypt. One of the early desert hermits on the Nile. Mentioned in the writings of Saint Athanasius of Alexandria and Saint Gregory the Great.

Died

4th century

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-theodore-of-egypt/


Saint Brannock

Also known as

Barnoc, Brannoc, Brannocus

Profile

Monk. Migrated to Devon, England. Founded a monastery at Braunton in Devonshire, and served as its first abbot.

Born

6th century Welsh

Died

buried at the monastery he founded at Braunton, Devonshire, England

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-brannock/


Saint Clerus of Antioch

Also known as

Bilicerius, Lucerius, Licerius, Lycerius

Profile

Deacon. Repeatedly tortured to give up his faith before being executed. Martyr.

Born

Syrian

Died

300 at Antioch, (in modern Turkey)

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-clerus-of-antioch/


Saint Julian of Cagliari

Profile

Believed to have been a count. Martyr.

Died

• martyred, date unknown
• relics discovered at Cagliari, Sardinia in 1615, and are enshrined there today

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-julian-of-cagliari/


Saint Crispin II of Pavia

Profile

Fifth century bishop of Pavia, Lombardy, Italy. Supported the acts of the Council of Milan.

Died

465 in Pavia, Italy of natural causes

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-crispin-ii-of-pavia/


Saint Benjamin of Brescia

Profile

Martyr.

Died

• 125 in Brescia, Italy
• his relics were re-discovered in 1529

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-benjamin-of-brescia/


Saint Maximus of Brescia

Profile

Martyr.

Died

• 125 in Brescia, Italy
• his relics were re-discovered in 1529

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-maximus-of-brescia/


Saint Cronan Beg

Profile

Bishop of Aendrum, County Down, Ireland. Involved in the 640 controversy about the proper dating of Easter.

Died

7th century

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-cronan-beg/


Saint Senator of Verona

Profile

Bishop of Verona, Italy; records of his service vary from the late 3rd to the early 4th century.

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-senator-of-verona/


Saint Crispin I of Pavia

Profile

Third century bishop of Pavia, Lombardy, Italy for 35 years.

Died

c.250

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-crispin-i-of-pavia/


Saint Januarius of Heraclea

Profile

Martyred at Heraclea.

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-januarius-of-heraclea/


Saint Candida

Profile

Martyr. No other information has survived.

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-candida-7-january/


Saint Spolicostus of Greece

Profile

Martyr.

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-spolicostus-of-greece/


Saint Felix of Heraclea

Profile

Martyred at Heraclea.

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-felix-of-heraclea/


Saint Polyanthus

Profile

Martyr. No other information has survived.

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-polyanthus/


Saint Candida of Greece

Profile

Martyr.

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-candida-of-greece/


Saint Pallada of Greece

Profile

Martyr.

http://catholicsaints.info/saint-pallada-of-greece/


Blessed Anselmo

Profile

Twelfth century Camaldolese hermit.

https://catholicsaints.info/blessed-anselmo/


Saint Philo

Profile

Martyr. No other information has survived.

https://catholicsaints.info/saint-phylo/


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