This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on April 6 every year.
Martyrs of Hadiab
Saint Brychan of Brycheiniog
Saint Eutychius of Constantinople
Saint William of Eskilsoe
Blessed Maria Karlowska
Blessed Zefirino Agostini
Blessed Catherine of Pallanza
Saint Galla of Rome
Saint Philaret of Calabria
Blessed Pierina Morosini
Blessed Notkar Balbulus
Blessed Michele Rua
Blessed Jan Franciszek Czartoryski
Saint Prudentius of Troyes
Saint Phaolô Lê Bao Tinh
Saint Irenaeus of Sirmium
Blessed Guglielmo of San Romano
Blessed Guglielmo of San Romano was mercedarian friar. In 1225, he accompanied Saint Peter Nolasco to Algiers where they freed 219 Christians who had been enslaved by Muslims. As part of that mission, Guglielmo stayed as a hostage to guarantee the payment of the remainder of the ransom for those slaves. He lived there the rest of his life, preaching Christianity to whomever would listen.
Saint Berthanc of Kirkwall
Saint Berthanc of Kirkwall also known as Berchan, Bertham, Berthane or Fer-da-Liethe was a monk at Iona and became an abbey in Scotland. He was the bishop of Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands of Scotland. In 840 he died in Ireland and was buried at Inishmore in Galway Bay, Ireland.
Saint Marcellinus the Martyr
Saint Marcellinus the Martyr was the brother of Saint Agrarius the Martyr. He became the imperial Roman representative in North Africa. When he opposed the Donatism heresy, he was murdered by Donatists. He died a martyr in 413 in North Africa.
Saint Elstan of Abingdon
Saint Elstan of Abingdon was monk at Abingdon Abbey. He was a friend and spiritual student of Saint Ethelwold. He is known for his humility and his obedience to duty. H was the bishop of Ramsbury, England and became abbot of Abingdon. He died in 981 in Wilton, England.
Saint Agrarius the Martyr
Saint Agrarius the Martyr was the brother of Saint Marcellinus the Martyr. He became the imperial Roman judge in North Africa. When he opposed the Donatism heresy, he was murdered by Donatists. He was martyred in 413 in North Africa.
Saint Gennard was educated at the court of Clotaire III and was a benedictine monk at Fontenelle Abbey under Saint Wandrille. He became abbot of Flay, diocese of Beauvais, France. He spent his last years as a monk and hermit at Fontenelle. In 720 he died of natural causes.
Saint Platonides of Ashkelon
Saint Platonides of Ashkelon was deaconess who founded a convent at Nisibis, Mesopotamia. She was martyred with two others about whom we know nothing. She died in 308 in Ashkelon in modern Israel.
Saint Amand of Grisalba
Saint Amand of Grisalba also known as Amand of Bergamo, Amandus, Amantius or Amatius was the count of Grisalba, Bergamo, Italy. He died in 6th April 515 of natural causes.
Saint Ulched also known as Ulchad or Ylched was a holy man for whom Llechulched, Anglesey, Wales was named.
Saint Diogenes of Philippi
Saint Diogenes of Philippi died a martyr in 345 in Philippi, Macedonia, Greece.
Saint Winebald also known as Vinebaud was a monk and then abbot at Saint-Loup-de-Troyes, France. He died in 650.
Saint Timothy of Philippi
Saint Timothy of Philippi was a martyr who died in 345 in Philippi, Macedonia, Greece
Saint Urban of Peñalba
Saint Urban of Peñalba was the abbot of Peñalba Abbey near Astorga, Spain. He died in 940.
Martyrs of Sirmium
Martyrs of Sirmium is a group of fourth century martyrs at Sirmium, Pannonia modern Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia. Their names are Florentius ,Geminianus ,Moderata ,Romana, Rufina, Saturus and Secundus.
Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War
Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War is a group of some of the thousands of people were murdered from 1934 to 1939, during the anti-Catholic persecutions of the Spanish Civil War. Some of their names were Enric Gispert Domenech and Josep Gomis Martorell.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
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