This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on December 2 every year.
Saint Chromatius of Aquileia
Blessed John van Ruysbroeck
Blessed Rafal Chylinski
Blessed Maria Angela Astorch
Blessed Ivan Sleziuk
Pope Saint Silverio
Saint Oderisius de Marsi
Our Lady of Liesse
Saint Athanasius of the Caves
Blessed Francisco del Valle Villar
Saint Nonnus of Edessa
St Nonnus of Edessa, also known as Nennos, Ninos, Nono, or Nonnos, was a deacon and also a monk at the monastery of Tabenna in upper Egypt.
It was through his prayers that St Pelagia, the Penitent, was converted to Christianity.
Additionally, he also attended the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD.
Saint Avitus of Rouen
St Avitus of Rouen, also known as Avidien, Avit, Avitianus, or Avitien, died of natural causes in 325 AD. He was a bishop of Rouen, France in the early 4th century AD.
He was able to sign and support the decrees of the First Council of Arles in 314 AD. He was later interred in a crypt in the church of Saint-Gervais, Rouen, France.
Blessed Robert of Matallana
Blessed Robert of Matallana died of natural causes in 1185 AD. He was a Benedictine Cistercian monk of La Criste in Champagne, France, and an abbot at the Matallana monastery in Valladolid, Spain.
His patronage is against vermin.
Habakkuk the Prophet
Habakkuk the Prophet, also known as Avvakoum, Habacuc, was a seventh-century BC Old Testament prophet in Judea during the time of the captivity.
Blessed John Amero
Blessed John Amero was a Dominican lay-brother at Baeza, Spain.
He was noted for having only two interests in life which were to study and pray.
He was directed by his spiritual directors to take holy orders. He later died of natural causes in 1566 AD.
St Silvanus, also known as Sylvanus, died of natural causes in 450 AD.
He was a monk at Constantinople and also a bishop of Troas, Phrygia. He prohibited his priests from working in secular courts.
Saint Pimenio in Rome
St Pimenio in Rome, also known as, Pimen was buried in the cemetery of Pontian, on Via Portuense, Rome, Italy. He was a priest and also died as a martyr.
St Pontian died in 259 AD in Rome, Italy. He was martyred with four unnamed in the persecutions of Emperor Valerian.
Saint Evasius of Brescia
St Evasius of Brescia was the early, possibly the first, bishop of Brescia, Italy.
Saint Lupus of Verona
St Lupus of Verona was a bishop of Verona, Italy.
Greek Martyrs of Rome
Greek Martyrs of Rome, also known as martyrs Groeci, were several Greek Christians martyred in the persecutions of Valerian.
They died by various means between 254 AD and 259 AD in Rome, Italy, and were buried in the Callistus catacombs.
Their Names are;
- Mary Martana
Martyrs of Africa
Martyrs of Africa are the four Christians martyred in Africa in the persecutions of Arian Vandals.
Their Names are;
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Stefan Uros of Serbia
- Lucius of Chur
- Jesse of Tsilkani
- Blanche of Castile
- Bernardin Palaj
- Berengar Cantull
- Aurelia of Alexandria
Catholic Saint Feast Days in November
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