This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on April 10 every year.
Saint Miguel de Sanctis
Saint Fulbert of Chartres
Blessed Antoine Neyrot
Blessed Boniface Zukowski
Blessed Pedro María Ramírez Ramos
Blessed Mark Fantucci
Saint Maddalena of Canossa
Saint Macarius of Antioch
Blessed Paternus the Scot
Saint Bede the Younger
Blessed Eberwin of Helfenstein
Blessed Antonio Vallesio
Mercedarian missionary to Tunisia. Arrested by Muslim authorities for preaching Christianity, sentenced to forced labour, but simply dragged outside of town and murdered. Martyr.
stoned to death in 1293 outside Tunis, Tunisia
Blessed Marco Mattia
Joined the Mercedarians at the convent at Maleville, France. Missionary to Tunisia in 1293. Grabbed by a Muslim mob and murdered for preaching Christianity. Martyr.
near Toulouse, France
hacked to pieces on a hill outside Tunis, Tunisia in 1293
Saint Malchus of Waterford
Benedictine monk at Winchester, England. First bishop of Waterford, Ireland consecrated by Saint Anselm of Canterbury in 1096. Preceptor of Saint Malachy O’More.
Saint Ethor of Chertsey
Also known as
Benedictine monk and priest at Chertsey Abbey. Martyred with 90 of his brothers by pagan Danish raiders.
martyred in 869 at Chertsey, England
Saint Hedda of Peterborough
Benedictine abbot of Peterborough Abbey. Martyred with many of his brother monks by pagan Danish raiders.
martyred in 869 at Peterborough, England
Saint Palladius of Auxerre
Also known as
Abbot of Saint Germanus in Auxerre, France. Bishop of Auxerre; founded several monasteries.
Saint Apollonius of Alexandria
Priest in Alexandria, Egypt. Martyred with five companions in the persecutions of Decius.
c.250 in Alexandria, Egypt
Saint Beocca of Chertsey
Benedictine abbot at Chertsey Abbey. Martyred with 90 of his brothers by pagan Danish raiders.
869 at Chertsey, England
Fourth century deacon. Martyr.
martyred in Dacia (an area of modern Romania)
Martyrs of Carthage
A group of 50 Christians who were imprisoned in a pen of snakes and scorpions, and then martyred, all during the persecutions of Decius. Only six of their names have come down to us – Africanus, Alessandro, Massimo, Pompeius, Terence and Teodoro.
beheaded in 250 at Carthage
Martyrs of Georgia
Approximately 6,000 Christian monks and lay people martyred in Georgia in 1616 for their faith by a Muslim army led by Shah Abbas I of Persia.
Martyrs of Ostia
A group of criminals who were brought to the faith by Pope Saint Alexander I while he was in prison with them. Martyrs.
drowned by being taken off shore from Ostia, Italy, in a boat which was then scuttled, c.115
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