This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 10 every year.
Blessed Alojzije Stepinac
Saint José Sánchez del Río
Blessed William of Maleval
Blessed Clare Agolanti of Rimini
Blessed Alexander of Lugo
Blessed Mikel Beltoja
Saint Austrebertha of Pavilly
Blessed Eusebia Palomino Yenes
Saint Soteris the Martyr
Blessed Catherine du Verdier de la Sorinière
Blessed Marie-Anne Hacher du Bois
Blessed Marie-Louise du Verdier de la Sorinière
Blessed Hugh of Fosse
Blessed Louise Poirier épouse Barré
Saint Trumwin of Whitby
Blessed Paul of Wallachia
Blessed Pierre Frémond
Saint Baptus of Magnesia
St Baptus of Magnesia was also known as Bapto, Baptos, Dauktos or Dauto. He was an eyewitness to executions of Christians who was so moved by their courage that he examined the faith and converted. He was then martyred with five companions during the persecutions of Emperor Septimius Severus and died in 203 AD in Magnesia, Asia Minor.
Blessed Louise Bessay de la Voûte
Blessed Louise Bessay de la Voûte was born on 22 August 1721 in Saint-Mars-des-Prés, Vendée France. She was a lay woman of the diocese of Angers, France and was martyred in the persecutions of the French Revolution. She died on 10 February 1794 in Avrillé, Maine-et-Loire, France and was beatified on 19 February 1984 by Pope John Paul II at Rome, Italy.
St Porfirio was also known as Porfyrius, Porfirio or Porphyry. He died in 203 AD in Magnesia, Asia Minor. He also was an imperial executioner who was so moved by the courage of the Christians he was murdering that he examined the faith and converted. He later was martyred with five companions during the persecutions of Emperor Septimius Severus.
Blessed Eusebius of Murano
Blessed Eusebius of Murano was born to the Spanish nobility in the 15th century Spain and died of natural cause in 1501 AD. He became ambassador from the Spanish throne to the Republic of Venice (in modern Italy). Leaving the worldly life, he became a Camaldolese monk at the San Michele monastery on the islands of Murano, Italy.
Blessed Bruno of Minden
Blessed Bruno of Minden, also known as Bruno of Waldeck, died of natural causes on 10th February 1055 AD. He was a bishop of Minden, Germany on 5 May 1037, serving for 18 years and a founder of the monastery of St Mauritius on Werder island near Minden.
Saint Erluph of Werden
St Erluph of Werden, also known as Erlulph, was born in Scotland and died in 830 AD. He was a missionary to Germany and also a bishop of Werden, Germany. He was later martyred by pagans.
Saint Prothadius of Besançon
St Prothadius of Besançon, also known as Protagius of Besançon, was a bishop of Besançon, France. He died in 624 AD.
Saint Aponius of Bethlehem
St Aponius of Bethlehem was a first century convert martyred in the persecutions of King Herod Antipas and died in the 1st century in Bethlehem.
Saint Troiano of Saintes
St Troiano of Saintes, also known as Trojan, died in 500 AD. He was a fifth-century bishop of Saintes, Aquitaine (in modern France).
Saint Andrew of Bethlehem
St Andrew of Bethlehem died in the 1st century Bethlehem. He was a First century convert martyred in the persecutions of King Herod Antipas. He died in the 1st century Bethlehem.
Saint Cronan of Clashmore
St Cronan of Clashmore was a patronage of Clashmore, Ireland and martyred by pagan Danes. He died 631 AD near Dublin, Ireland.
Saint Silvanus of Terracina
St Silvanus of Terracina was a fourth-century bishop of Terracina, Italy.
Blessed Paganus was an Italian born and died in 1423 AD. He was a Benedictine monk in Sicily and also a hermit.
Saint Salvius of Albelda
St Salvius of Albelda was an abbot at Albelda, Spain and died in 962 AD.
St Baldegundis was an Abbess of Saint-Croix in Poitiers, France and died in 580 AD.
Martyred Soldiers of Rome
Martyred Soldiers of Rome was a group of ten Christian soldiers who were martyred together for their faith. They died in 120 at Rome, Italy and were buried on the Via Lavicana outside Rome.
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