This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on December 7 every year.
Saint John the Silent
Saint Mary Joseph Rosello
Saint Sabino of Spoleto
Saint Charles Garnier
Saint Athenodorus of Mesopotamia
Saint Antonius of Siya
St Antonius of Siya was born in Archangel, Russia and died 1556 AD. He got married to the daughter of his employer, a wealthy merchant. He moved to Novgorod with the business. Widower. Additionally he was a monk in Kensk and also a hermit in the forest around the White Sea. His reputation for holiness attracted disciples, and the Prince of Moscow built a monastery for them. In his later years, Antonius tried to retire to live as a hermit again, but his brother monks followed him.
Blessed Humbert of Clairvaux
Blessed Humbert of Clairvaux died in 1148 AD. He was a Benedictine monk at Chaise-Deux and also a monk at Clairvaux Abbey in 1117. Prior at Clairvaux, He was appointed by St Bernard. He was an abbot at Igny, France in 1127. Humbert tried to return to Clairvaux, but was ordered back to Igny by Bernard under pain of monastic excommunication. Bernard delivered a touching homily at Humbert’s funeral Mass.
Saint Agatho of Alexandria
St Agatho of Alexandria was martyred in 250 AD in Alexandria, Egypt. He was a soldier in Alexandria, Egypt and also a martyr. When he prevented a mob of pagans from desecrating the bodies of Christian martyrs killed in the persecutions of Decius, the mob dragged him to court where he confessed to being a Christian himself.
Saint Servus the Martyr
St Servus the Martyr was an African born to the nobility. A layman, he was tortured and murdered in the persecutions of the Arian Vandal King Hunneric for adhering to orthodox Christianity. He was beaten and then dragged over stones until dead in 484 AD in North Africa.
Saint Buithe of Monasterboice
St Buithe of Monasterboice was also known as Buithe mac Bronach or Boethius, Buite. He was born in Scotland and died in 521 AD. He was a pilgrim to Rome who studied in Italy, then returned to Scotland to work as a missionary to the Picts.
Saint Nilus of Stolbensk
St Nilus of Stolbensk died of natural cause in 1554 AD. He was a spiritual student of St Sabas of Pskov and also a hermit in the forests in the Tver region. He attracted so many would be students that he moved to a deserted island in Lake Seliguer.
Saint Victor of Piacenza
St Victor of Piacenza died of natural cause in 375 AD. He was the first bishop of Piacenza, Italy, a flock he served for over 50 years. Additionally he was a staunch opponent of Arianism and also attended the Council of Sardica.
Saint Geretrannus of Bayeux
St Geretrannus of Bayeux was a sixth century bishop of Bayeux, France.
St Diuma was born in Ireland and died 658 AD. He was a missionary and evangelizing bishop in Mercia, England. The modern town of Peterborough, England, grew up around a monastery he founded.
Saint Martin of Saujon
St Martin of Saujon died in 400AD. He was a spiritual student of St Martin of Tours and a founder of the monastery of Saujon, France.
Saint Anianas of Chartres
St Anianas of Chartres was also known as Agnan of Chartres. He was a fifth century bishop of Chartres, France.
Saint Urban of Teano
St Urban of Teano died in 356 AD as bishop of Teano, Campania, Italy.
Saint Polycarp of Antioch
St Polycarp of Antioch was martyred in Antioch.
Saint Theodore of Antioch
St Theodore of Antioch was martyred in Antioch.
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