This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on April 18 every year.
Saint Perfecto of Cordoba
Saint Galdinus of Milan
Saint Athanasia of Aegina
Blessed James Oldo
Blessed Marie of the Incarnation
Blessed Andrés Hibernón Real
Blessed Idesbald of Dunes
Blessed Savina Petrilli
Saint Eleutherius of Illyria
Blessed Luca Passi
Saint Laserian of Leighlin
Blessed Roman Archutowski
Saint Agia of Hainault
Blessed Joseph Moreau
Saint Ursmar of Lobbes
Saint Calocerus of Brescia
Blessed Louis Leroy
Saint Wicterp of Augsburg
St. Wicterp of Augsburg was also known Wigbert, Wiho or Wicho. He was an abbot at Ellwangen, Germany and founded monasteries at Füssen, Wessobrunn and Kempten in Germany. Wicterp also served as bishop of Augsburg, Germany. He died in the year 749 due to natural causes.
Saint Anthia of Illyria
St. Anthia of Illyria was the mother of St. Eleutherius of Illyria. She was martyred in the persecutions of Hadrian along with her mother and eleven other Christians whose names are not known. She died in 138AD.
Saint Elpidius of Melitene
St. Elpidius of Melitene was born in the 4th century in Armenia. He was also known as
Elpidio. He died as a martyr at Melitene, Armenian.
St. Corebus was an imperial Roman prefect of Messina, Sicily. He was converted to Christianity by St. Eleutherius. He was martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Hadrian and died in 138AD.
Saint Gebuinus of Lyons
St. Gebuinus of Lyons was an Archbishop of Lyons, France. He died in the year 1080 due to natural causes. He is the patron for the cathedral chapter of Langres.
Saint Hermogenes of Melitene
St. Hermogenes of Melitene was born in the 4th century in Armenia. He died as a martyr at Melitene, Armenian.
Saint Eusebius of Fano
St. Eusebius of Fano was a bishop of Fano, Italy. He died in 526 in prison at Ravenna, Italy.
St. Pusicio was a courtier to Shapur II of Persia. He died as a martyr after been stabbed through the neck in Persia (modern Iran).
St. Bitheus was a sixth-century monk in Wales. He travelled with and helped St. Finian of Clonard in his work in Ireland.
St. Genocus was a sixth-century monk in Wales. He travelled with and helped St. Finian of Clonard in his work in Ireland.
St. Cogitosus was an eighth-century monk at Kildare, Ireland. He wrote a biography of St. Brigid.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Antusa of Constantinople
- Giovanni Isauro
- Lassair of Donaghmoyne
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