This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on April 7 every year.
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
Saint Gibardus of Luxeuil was benedictine monk and became abbot at Luxeuil Abbey during an invasion of the Huns. He led his monks in an escape attempt, but they were caught by the Huns and the whole group martyred. He died in 888.
Blessed Cristoforo Amerio
Blessed Cristoforo Amerio was a mercedarian friar and became a cardinal. He died in 1425 of natural causes.
Saint Calliopius of Pompeiopolis
Saint Calliopius of Pompeiopolis was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian. He was crucified head downwards at Pompeiopolis, Cilicia, Asia Minor in 303.
Saint Cyriacus of Nicomedia
Saint Cyriacus of Nicomedia was the only one of a group of eleven Christians martyred together in Nicomedia, Asia Minor whose name has come down to us.
Saint Peleusius of Alexandria
Saint Peleusius of Alexandria also known as Pelusio was a priest. He died as a martyr in 310 at Alexandria, Egypt.
Saint Goran also known as Gorran, Goron or Woranus lived in Bodmin, Cornwall, England in the 6th century. Several Cornish churches are named for him.
Saint Guainerth also known as Weonard lived in the 6th century. He was patron of a chapel 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
Martyrs of Pentapolis comprised of a bishop, deacon and two lectors at Pentapolis, Lybia who for their faith were tortured, had their tongues cut out, and were left for dead. They survived, and each died years later of natural causes. However, because they were willing to die, and because there were attempts to kill them, they are considered martyrs. Their names are Ammonius ,Irenaeus, Serapion and Theodore. They died in 310.
Martyrs of Sinope
Martyrs of Sinope is a group of 200 Christian soldiers martyred together for their faith. We however don’t even have their names. They died in Sinope, Pontus, Asia Minor in modern Turkey.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Aedh of Rathlin Island
- Pelagius of Alexandria
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