This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day is April 7 2023.
👉 Saint John Baptist de La Salle
Blessed Mary Assunta
Blessed Herman Joseph
Blessed Ursuline of Parma
Saint Henry Walpole
Blessed Edward Oldcorne
Saint Albert of Tournai
Blessed Ralph Ashley
Saint George the Younger
Saint Hegesippus of Jerusalem
Blessed Alexander Rawlins
Saint Brenach of Carn-Engyle
Saint Phêrô Nguyen Van Luu
Saint Finian of Kinnitty
Saint Gibardus of Luxeuil
St Gibardus of Luxeuil was a member of the Benedictine order who rose to the position of abbot at Luxeuil Abbey.
During a Hun invasion, he attempted to lead his fellow monks in an escape, but they were ultimately captured by the Huns and all of them were killed as martyrs in 888 AD.
Blessed Cristoforo Amerio
Blessed Cristoforo Amerio, who was initially a Mercedarian friar, later achieved the rank of cardinal. He died of natural causes in the year 1425.
Saint Calliopius of Pompeiopolis
St Calliopius of Pompeiopolis was one of the many martyrs during the persecutions of Diocletian.
He suffered martyrdom by being crucified upside down in Pompeiopolis, located in Cilicia, Asia Minor, in the year 303 AD.
Saint Cyriacus of Nicomedia
Of the group of eleven Christians who were martyred together in Nicomedia, Asia Minor, Saint Cyriacus is the only one whose name has been preserved throughout history.
Saint Peleusius of Alexandria
Saint Peleusius, also known as Pelusio, was a priest who served in Alexandria, Egypt. He was martyred and died for his faith in the year 310 AD in Alexandria.
Saint Goran, also known as Gorran, Goron or Woranus, was a historical figure who lived in Bodmin, Cornwall, England during the 6th century.
He is venerated as a saint and has had several Cornish churches named in his honor.
Saint Guainerth, also known as Weonard, lived during the 6th century and was venerated as a saint.
He was the patron of a chapel located in Herefordshire, England.
Saint Donatus of North Africa
Saint Donatus of North Africa is a group of 13 martyrs in North Africa.
Saint Epiphanius the Martyr
Saint Epiphanius the Martyr was a bishop and one of a group of 13 martyrs in North Africa.
Saint Saturninus of Verona
Saint Saturninus of Verona as the fourth century bishop of Verona, Italy.
Saint Rufinus the Martyr
Saint Rufinus the Martyr is a group of 13 martyrs in North Africa.
Martyrs of Pentapolis
The Martyrs of Pentapolis were a group of four individuals, namely a bishop, a deacon, and two lectors, who lived in Pentapolis, Libya during the 4th century.
They were subjected to torture and had their tongues cut out for refusing to renounce their faith. Despite being left for dead, they survived and eventually died of natural causes several years later.
Their names were Ammonius, Irenaeus, Serapion, and Theodore. Although they did not die immediately after their torture, they are still considered martyrs because of their willingness to die for their faith and the attempts made to kill them. They died in the year 310 AD.
Martyrs of Sinope
The Martyrs of Sinope were a group of 200 Christian soldiers who were martyred together for their faith. Unfortunately, their names are unknown to us.
They were put to death in Sinope, a city in Pontus, located in Asia Minor, which is present-day Turkey.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Aedh of Rathlin Island
- Pelagius of Alexandria
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