This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 6 every year.
Martyrs of Nagasaki
Blessed Alfonso Maria Fusco
Saint Dorothy of Caesarea
Saint Amand of Maastricht
Saint Mateo Correa-Magallanes
Saint Vaast of Arras
Blessed Francesco Spinelli
Blessed Mary Teresa Bonzel
Saint Gundisalvus Garcia
Saint Elian of Emesa
Saint Brinolfo Algotsson
Saint Mel of Ardagh
Saint Bonaventure of Miyako
Saint Ina of Wessex
Saint Antony Deynan
Saint Guarinus of Palestrina
Blessed Angelus of Furci
Blessed Diego de Azevedo
Saint Relindis of Eyck
Saint Ethelburga of Wessex
St Ethelburga of Wessex was born in Engalnd and died of natural cause in Rome, Italy. She was a Queen of Wessex (part of modern England) from 688 to 726, married to Saint Ina of Wessex. Late in life, Ina abdicated, and the couple moved to Rome, Italy where they spent their time caring for English pilgrims, and praying at the tombs of the saints.
Saint Theophilus the Lawyer
St Theophilus the Lawyer, also known as Theophilus Scholasticus or Theophilus of Caesarea, was beheaded in 300 AD in Caesarea, Cappadocia (in modern Turkey). He was a pagan lawyer brought to the faith through a miracle received through the intervention of St Dorothy of Caesarea and also a martyr.
Blessed Antimo of Urbino
Blessed Antimo of Urbino, also known as Antimo of Saltara or Antonio, died in 1438 AD in Saltara, Pesaro, Italy. He was a twin brother of Blessed Giovanni of Urbino, a franciscan tertiary and a hermit. In addition, he was known for his life of penance, and as a miracle worker.
Blessed Teresa Fernandez
Blessed Teresa Fernandez was a founder and led the Mercedarian monastery of the Consolation in Lorca, Spain. He died in Consolation monastery, Lorca, Spain of natural causes
St Jacut was a son of Saint Fragan and Saint Gwen, a brother of Saint Guethenoc and Saint Gwenaloe. He was a spiritual student of Saint Budoc. With Guethenoc, he was driven from Britain to Brittany in the 5th century by invading Saxons.
Saint Melchu of Armagh
St Melchu of Armagh was a son of Conis and St Darerca, one of their nineteen children,born in British Isles. He was a brother of St Melchu and a nephew of St Patrick. He travelled with Patrick and helped evangelize Ireland and later ordained bishop of Armagh, Ireland by Patrick.
Saint Silvanus of Emesa
St Silvanus of Emesa, also known as Silvano, was martyred in the persecutions of Maximian. He was a bishop of Emesa, Phoenicia for 40 year. During his death, he was thrown to wild animals 311 AD in Emesa, Phoenicia (modern Homs, Syria)
Saint Tanco of Werden
St Tanco of Werden was also known as Tancho, Tanchon or Tatta. He was born in Ireland and died in 808 AD.
Saint Gerald of Ostia
St Gerald of Ostia died in 1077 AD. He was a Benedictine monk, a prior of Cluny Abbey, bishop of Ostia, Italy and Papal legate to France, Spain and Germany. Additionally, he was imprisoned by the German emperor, Henry V. He was a Patronage of Velletri, Italy.
Saint Mucius the Lector
St Mucius the Lector was a lector for bishop Sat Silvanus of Emesa, Phoenicia and was martyred with Silvanus during the persecutions of Maximian. During his death, he was thrown to wild animals c.311 in Emesa, Phoenicia (modern Homs, Syria).
Saint Luke the Deacon
St Luke the Deacon was a deacon for and martyred with Bishop Silvanus of Emesa, Phoenicia in the persecutions of Maximian. He was thrown to wild animals c.311 in Emesa, Phoenicia (modern Homs, Syria).
Saint Antholian of Auvergne
St Antholian of Auvergne was also known as Antoliano or Anatolianus. He was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus and later died in 265 AD in Auvergne, France.
Saint Amand of Nantes
St Amand of Nantes was also known as Amandus, Amantius pr Amatius. He was a founder and first abbot of the monastery at Nantes, France. He later died of natural causes in the 7th century.
Saint Amand of Moissac
St Amand of Moissac was also known as Amandus, Amantius or Amatius. He was a founder and first abbot of the monastery of Moissac, France. He died of natural cause in 644 AD.
Saint Mun of Lough Ree
St Mun of Lough Ree was a fifth-century bishop in Ireland, consecrated by his uncle, St Patrick. In later life he retired to live as a hermit on the island of Lough Ree, Ireland.
Saint Victorinus of Auvergne
St Victorinus of Auvergne was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus. He died in 265 AD in Auvergne, France.
Saint Andrew of Elnone
St Andrew of Elnone was a Monk, a spiritual student of Saint Amandus of Maastricht at Elnone-en-Pevele, France and an abbot. He died in the 690 AD.
Saint Liminius of Auvergne
St Liminius of Auvergne was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus. He died in 265 AD in Auvergne, France.
Saint Cassius of Auvergne
St Cassius of Auvergne was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus. He died in 265 AD in Auvergne, France.
Saint Maximus of Auvergne
St Maximus of Auvergne was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus. He died in 265 AD in Auvergne, France
Blessed Francesca of Gubbio
Blessed Francesca of Gubbio was a franciscan tertiary and died of natural cause in the 1360 AD.
St Saturninus was a martyr.
St Theophilus was a martyr.
St Revocata was a martyr.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Pietro di San Dionigi
- Dorothy of Alexandria
- Deceased Parents of Dominicans
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