This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 24 every year.
Saint Sergius of Caesarea
Saint Ethelbert of Kent
Blessed Tommaso Maria Fusco
Blessed Josef Mayr-Nusser
Blessed Constantius of Fabriano
Blessed Florentina Nicol Goni
Blessed Marco De’ Marconi
Blessed Josefa Naval Girbes
Saint Praetexatus of Rouen
Blessed Berta of Busano
Blessed Arnold of Carcassonne
Blessed Arnold of Carcassonne was a cousin of Saint Peter Nolasco. Arnold joined the Mercedarians on the first day of their founding in the early 13th century, and lived in the monastery in Valencia, Spain. He helped spread interest in the Order and its work by explaining the virtues that develop from living the Order’s Rule.
Saint Adela of Blois
Saint Adela of Blois born in 1067 in Normandy ,France was a princess and the youngest daughter of King William the Conqueror of England. She got married to Stephen of Blois, France in 1080 and was a mother of eleven children. She was active in English politics throughout her life and endowed several churches and monasteries. On 8th March 1137 Marcigny-sur-Loire, France she died of natural causes.
Saint Liudhard also known as Letard born in France was the chaplain of Queen Bertha of Kent and a bishop. He helped convert King Ethelbert of Kent, which led to the conversion of all of Kent, England. In 600,he died in Canterbury, England and was buried at the monastery of Saint Augustine in Canterbury.
Saint Modestus of Trier
Saint Modestus of Trier was the bishop of Trier, Germany in 486 during a period of great political turmoil when the city came under the rule of the Franks. He died in 489 of natural causes and his relics are enshrined in the church Saint Matthias, Trier, Germany.
Saint Cumine the White
Saint Cumine the White also known as Cummian Albus of Iona born in Ireland was the brother of Saint Comman of Iona. He became a monk and abbot of Iona, Scotland. He wrote a biography of Saint Columba of Iona. In 669 he died of natural causes.
Saint Evetius of Nicomedia
Saint Evetius of Nicomedia also known as Euhetis or Evezio. He vandalized the copy of Diocletian’s edict against Christianity was posted in public. He died in 303 at Nicomedia as a martyr.
Saint Paulian of Le Puy
Saint Paulian of Le Puy also known as Paolino, Pauliano or Paulien was a sixth century bishop of the Le Puy area of Gaul modern Le Puy-en-Velay, France based in the city of Ruessium modern Saint-Paulien.
Blessed Antonio Taglia
Blessed Antonio Taglia was a mercedarian friar. He died in the convent of Santa Maria in Toulouse, France of natural causes.
Blessed Lotario Arnari
Blessed Lotario Arnari was a mercedarian friar. He died in the convent of Santa Maria in Toulouse, France of natural causes.
Blessed Simon of Saint Bertin
Blessed Simon of Saint Bertin was a benedictine monk at the Abbey of Saint-Bertin, France. He was abbot at Auchy, France and at Saint-Bertin in 1138. He died in 1148 of natural causes.
Blessed Ida of Hohenfels
Blessed Ida of Hohenfels was married to Eberhard, Count of Spanheim. She was a widow and a benedictine nun at Bingen. She died in1195 of natural causes.
Saint Peter the Librarian
Saint Peter the Librarian also known as Peter Palatine was burned alive in 303 Nicomedia ,Bithynia and died as a martyr.
Saint Betto was a benedictine monk at Saint-Colombe abbey, Sens, France. He was bishop of Auxerre, France in 889 and died in 918 of natural causes.
Saint Primitiva also known as Primitivus was an early martyr in Rome, Italy.
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