This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 21 every year.
Saint Robert Southwell
Blessed Noël Pinot
Blessed Thomas Pormort
Blessed Caterina Dominici
Saint Eustathius of Antioch
Blessed Claudio di Portaceli
Saint Germanus of Granfield
Saint Pepin of Landen
Saint Severian of Scythopolis
Saint Severian of Scythopolis also known as Severianus was the bishop of Scythopolis in modern north-east Israel .He was murdered by a band of soldiers led by a heretical Eutychian monk. He died in 452 or 453 as a martyr.
Saint Paterius of Brescia
Saint Paterius of Brescia was a monk, a friend and spiritual student of Pope Saint Gregory the Great. He became the bishop of Brescia, Italy. Prolific writer. He died in 606.
Saint Gundebert of Sens
Saint Gundebert of Sens also known as Gondelbert, Gumbert, Gumbertus, Gundelbert or Gundelbertus was the bishop of Sens, France. Around 660, he retired from the office and lived as a hermit in the Vosges region of France. He founded the Benedictine monastery of Saint Peter in Senones. In 676 he died.
Saint Peter Mavimenus
Saint Peter Mavimenus was martyred by Muslims for supporting Christianity and denigrating Islam in 737 in Damascus in modern Syria. One of the readings he read was ,whoever does not embrace the Christian and Catholic faith is lost, like your false prophet Mahomet, by Saint Peter.
Saint George of Amastris
Saint George of Amastris was born at Kromna near Amastris on the Black Sea. He became hermit on Mount Sirik then monk at Bonyssa and eventually bishop of Amastris modern Amasra, Turkey. He successfully defended Amastris city during Saracen attacks and died 825 of natural causes.
Saint Valerius of San Pedro de Montes
Saint Valerius of San Pedro de Montes was born in the 7th century Astorga, Spain. He became a benedictine monk and then abbot of the monastery San Pedro de Montes in Galicia, Spain. He left several ascetic writings after dying in 695.
Saint Ercongotha also known as Ercongota was born a princess, the daughter of King Erconbert of Kent part of modern England and Saint Saxburgh of Ely. She became a nun at Faremoutiers-en-Brie where her aunt, Saint Ethelburgh, was abbess. She died in 660.
Saint Randoald of Granfield
Saint Randoald of Granfield was a monk and prior of Granfield Abbey, Val Moutier, Switzerland. He was martyred for interceding with local authorities on behalf of the poor in 677.
Saint Severus of Syrmium
Saint Severus of Syrmium was the only one of a group of 62 martyrs whose name has come down to us. He died in the mid-3rd century in Syrmium, Pannonia modern Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia.
Saint Avitus II of Clermont
Saint Avitus II of Clermont was the bishop of Clermont, Auvergne, France from 676 until his death in 689.
Saint Daniel of Persia
Saint Daniel of Persia was a Persian Christian martyred in the persecutions of King Shapur II in 344.
Saint Verda of Persia
Saint Verda of Persia was a Persian Christian martyred in the persecutions of King Shapur II in 344.
Saint Felix of Metz
Saint Felix of Metz was the third bishop of Metz, France. He served for over 40 years in the 2nd century.
Martyrs of Sicily
Martyrs of Sicily was a group of seventy-nine Christians martyred together in the persecutions of Diocletian in 303 on Sicily.
Martyrs of Hadrumetum
Martyrs of Hadrumetum was a group of 26 Christians martyred together by Vandals. Their names are Verulus ,Siricius ,Servulus ,Secundinus ,Saturninus ,Fortunatus ,Felix and Alexander. They died in 434 at Hadrumetum modern Sousse, Tunisia.
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