This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 15 every year.
Saint Claude de la Colombiere
Saint Sigfrid of Sweden
Saint Onesimus the Slave
Blessed Michal Sopocko
Blessed Gregorio Díez Blanco
Blessed Camila Díez Blanco
Saint Euseus of Serravalle-Sesia
Blessed Acacio Calleja Santamaría
Blessed Ricardo Guerra-Villazan
Blessed Eliseo Moradillo García
Blessed Ángel de la Iglesia Ociña
Blessed Juan Alonso Fernández
Blessed Angelus de Scarpetti
Saint Berach of Kilbarry
Blessed Pere Vallmitjana Abarca
St. Georgia was also known as Giorgia.She was a nun and an anchoress near Clermont, France. In 500AD, she died and legend says that a flock of doves followed her funeral procession to the tomb and then stood watch over it the rest of the day.
Blessed Antonio Marini
Blessed Antonio Marini was a Mercedarian friar. He earned a doctorate in theology from the University of Paris. Blessed Antonio was noted for his combination of learning and piety. He died at the Santa Eulalia monastery in Montpellier, France due to natural causes.
Saint Farannan of Iona
St. Farannan of Iona was born in Ireland in the 6th century. He was a monk of Iona Abbey and a spiritual student of St. Columba of Iona. Eventually he retired to live as a cave hermit at All-Farannan (modern Allernan), in Sligo, Ireland. He is the patron for Allernan, Ireland.
Saint Joseph of Antioch
St. Joseph of Antioch was born in Syria. He was also known as Josippus. He was a deacon and a hymnist. During the iconoclast persecutions of emperor Theophilus he was among the seven people who were martyred but whose names are not known. He died at Antioch, Syria.
Saint Severus of Abruzzi
St. Severus of Abruzzi was also known as Severo. He was a priest in the Abruzzi region of Italy. St. Gregory the Great writes that Severus brought a man back from the dead long enough to receive communion and unction. He died in 530AD.
Saint Agape of Terni
St. Agape of Terni was also known as Agapes or Agapia. He was a spiritual student of St. Valentine of Terni, and when he part, he led a group of women devoted to religious life. He died as a martyr in 273AD in Terni, Italy.
Saint Decorosus of Capua
St. Decorosus of Capua was a bishop of Capua, Italy for 30 years. He assisted and supported the Council of Rome in 680. While at the altar of his church he died of natural causes in 695.
St. Craton was a Professor of rhetoric and philosophy. He was a convert, brought to the faith by St. Valentine of Terni. In addition to this, he was martyred with his wife and family, none of whose names are known. He died in 273AD in Rome, Italy.
St. Decorosus of Capua was born in Wales and was also known as Dochau or Dogwyn. He immigrated to Cornwall where he founded a monastery. His records are inconclusive and they suggest that he may have been a bishop. He died in 473AD.
Saint Saturninus of Passae
St. Saturninus of Passae was also known as Quinidio. He was a hermit in Aix-en-Provence, France and a bishop of Vaison, France. He died in 579AD.
Saint Faustus of Monte Cassino
St. Faustus of Monte Cassino was a sixth-century Benedictine monk at Monte Cassino Abbey. He was a spiritual student of St. Benedict of Nursia.
Saint Sunaman of Sweden
St. Sunaman of Sweden was the nephew of St. Sigfrid. He was a monk and a missionary to Sweden with Sigfrid. He was martyred by pagans and died in Sweden in 1040AD.
Saint Winaman of Sweden
St. Winaman of Sweden was the nephew of St. Sigfrid. He was a monk and a missionary to Sweden with Sigfrid. He was martyred by pagans and died in Sweden in 1040AD.
Saint Saturninus of Passae
St. Saturninus of Passae was a Christian in the diocese of St.Valetine in Terni, Italy. He died as a martyr in 273 in Passae, Italy.
Saint Unaman of Sweden
St. Unaman of Sweden was the nephew of St. Sigfrid. He was a monk and a missionary to Sweden with Sigfrid. Pagans martyred him and he died in 1040AD in Sweden.
Saint Castulus of Passae
St. Castulus of Passae was a Christian in the diocese of St. Valetine in Terni, Italy. He died as a martyr in 273 in Passae, Italy.
Saint Lucius of Passae
St. Lucius of Passae was a Christian in the diocese of St. Valetine in Terni, Italy. He died as a martyr in 273 in Passae, Italy.
Saint Magnus of Passae
St. Magnus of Passae was a Christian in the diocese of St. Valetine in Terni, Italy. He died as a martyr in 273 in Passae, Italy.
Saint Druthmar of Corvey
St. Druthmar of Corvey was a monk at Lorsch and an abbot of Corvey Abbey in 1014. He died in 1046.
Saint Eusebius of Asehia
St. Eusebius of Asehia was a fifth century hermit in Asehia, Syria.
Martyrs of Antioch
The Martyrs of Antioch were a group of Christians who were murdered together.
Their names are;
Martyrs of Prague
The Martyrs of Prague were Franciscan Friars Minor martyred together by a mob led by Lutherans. They were shroved on Tuesday 15th February, 1611 at the Church of Our Lady of the Snows in Prague, Czech Republic. The bodies were dumped nearby but given Christian burial on 19th February,1611 in the monastery. They were re-interred in the side chapel of the church in 1616. Pope Benedict XVI beatified them on 13th October, 2012.
Their names are;
- Simon of Prague
- Klemens of Prague
- Juan Martínez
- Jan of Prague
- Jakob of Prague
- Girolamo degli Arese
- Giovanni Bodeo
- Gaspare Daverio
- Emmanuel of Prague
- Didak Jan
- Christoffel Zelt
- Bedrich Bachstein
- Bartolomeo Dalmasoni
- Antonín of Prague
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