This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on August 7 every year
👉 Saint Sixtus II, Pope and Martyr, and Companions, Martyrs
Blessed Vincent de L’Aquila
Saint Albert of Sicily
Saint Miguel de la Mora
Blessed Edmund Bojanowski
Saint Donatus of Arezzo
Saint Afra of Augsburg
Blessed Dalmacio Bellota Pérez
Blessed Agathangelus Nourry
Blessed Edward Bamber
Saint Victricius of Rouen
Blessed Thomas Whitaker
Saint Claudia of Rome
Blessed Jordan Forzatei
Blessed Nicholas Postgate
Blessed John Woodcock
Saint Donatus of Besançon
Blessed Cassian Vaz Lopez-Neto
Saint Faustus of Milan
Saint Faustus was born in Milan, Italy in the 2nd century to the wealthy nobility. He was a soldier and the son of Philip. Soldier.
In 190 AD, he was martyred in Milan, Italy during the persecutions of Commodus.
Saint Donatian of Châlons-sur-Marne
Saint Donatian was the fourth-century bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne, France. In 343 AD, he was one of the signatories of the documents of the Council of Sardica. He died in the 4th century.
Saint Julian of Rome
St Julian of Rome was also known as Juliana. He was one of a group of over 20 martyrs who were killed in 260 AD in Rome, Italy together in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus.
Saint Hilarinus of Ostia
St Hilarinus of Ostia was also known as Hilary. He was a fourth-century monk who was scourged to death in 361 AD at Ostia, Italy during the persecutions of Julian the Apostate.
Saint Peter of Rome
Saint Peter of Rome was one of a group of over 20 martyrs who were killed in 260 AD in Rome, Italy together during the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus.
St Hyperechios was a desert hermit born in Egypt. Rosweyde’s Vitae Patrum published a collection of 160 sayings attributed to him.
St Donat was also known as Danat or Dunwyd. He is the patron saint of Llandunwyd, Glamorgan, Wales
Martyred Deacons of Rome
The Martyred Deacons of Rome are a group of deacons who were beheaded and martyred together with Pope Saint Sixtus II on August 6 258 in a cemetery on the Appian Way, Rome, Italy.
Their names are
Martyrs of Como
The Martyrs of Como are a group of Christian soldiers in the imperial Roman army. In 295 AD, they were martyred on the north side of Lake Como, near Samolaco, Italy during the persecutions of Maximian.
Their relics in preserved in the church of San Carpoforo, Como, Italy. Their representation is a soldier.
Their names are
Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War
These are the names of some of the thousands of people were murdered from 1934 to 1939, during the anti-Catholic persecutions of the Spanish Civil War.
Their names are;
- Blessed Tomás Carbonell Miquel
- Blessed Rafaél Severiano Rodríguez Navarro
- Blessed María Rosa Adrover Martí
- Blessed María del Carmen Zaragoza y Zaragoza
- Blessed Luis Villanueva Montoya
- Blessed Francisco Gargallo Gascón
- Blessed Diodorus Hernando Lopez
- Blessed Dalmacio Bellota Pérez
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Albert of Sassoferrato
- Thomas Hunt
- Matthew Noll
- Isabel Remiñán Carracedo
- Donatus of Muenstereifel
- Conrad Nantwein
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