This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on April 11 every year.
Saint Gemma Galgani
Saint Guthlac of Croyland
Saint Barsanuphius of Gaza
Blessed Elena Guerra
Blessed Angelo Carletti
Blessed Symforian Ducki
Saint Antipas of Pergamon
Saint Godeberta of Noyon
Saint Sancha of Portugal
Blessed George Gervase
Saint Raynerius Inclusus
Saint Isaac of Monteluco
Saint Domnio of Salona
Blessed John of Cupramontana
Blessed John of Cupramontana was also known as John of Massaccio. He was a benedictine Camaldolese monk and a hermit who lived in a cave at Cupramontana, Ancona, Italy on Mount Massaccio. In the year 1303, he died of natural causes.
Blessed James of Africa
Blessed James of Africa was born in north Africa. He was an adult convert who was brought to Christianity by witnessing the faith of Blessed Thomas Vives during his martyrdom. He was also a Mercedarian friar.
Blessed Paul of Africa
Blessed Paul of Africa was born in north Africa. He was an adult convert who was brought to Christianity by witnessing the faith of Blessed Thomas Vives during his martyrdom. He was also a Mercedarian friar.
St. Machai was also known as Maccai, Macceus or Mahew. He was a spiritual student of St. Patrick. He founded a monastery on the isle of Bute, Ireland, served as its first abbot, and led evangelical missions that were based from it. In the 5th century he died of natural causes.
Blessed Mechthild of Lappion
Blessed Mechthild of Lappion was born in Scotland and was also known as Matilda. She was an anchoress in Lappion, Diocese of Laon, France. In the year 1299 in Lappion, France, he died of natural causes.
Saint Agericus of Tours
St. Agericus of Tours was also known as Acry, Agery, Aguy, Airy or Algéric. He was a spiritual student of St. Eligius and an abbot of St. Martin’s in Tours, France. He died in 680AD.
Saint Aid of Achard-Finglas
St. Philip of Gortyna was also known as Aed. He was an abbot at Achard-Finglas, County Carlow, Ireland. He was also a titular saint for a church, a monastery, and several chapels.
Saint Philip of Gortyna
St. Philip of Gortyna was also known as Philip of Crete. He was an early bishop of Gortyna, Crete, and wrote and worked against Marcion and Gnosticism. He died in 180AD.
Saint Hildebrand of Saint-Gilles
St. Hildebrand of Saint-Gilles was a Cistercian abbot and was martyred by Albigensians. He died in1209 at St. Gilles, Languedoc, France.
Saint Eustorgius of Nicomedia
St. Eustorgius of Nicomedia was a priest in Nicomedia, Asia Minor. He was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian in 300AD.
Saint Stephen of Saint-Gilles
St. Stephen of Saint-Gilles was a Cistercian monk and was martyred by Albigensians. He died in1209 at St. Gilles, Languedoc, France
Saint Maedhog of Clonmore
St. Maedhog of Clonmore was also known as Aedhan, Mogue, Aed, Moguer or Macdhog-Aedhan. He was a sixth century abbot of Clonmore, Ireland.
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