This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on February 9 every year.
Saint Apollonia of Alexandria
Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
Saint Miguel Febres Cordero Muñoz
Blessed Luis Magaña Servín
Saint Raynald of Nocera
Blessed Giacomo Abbondo
Blessed Francisco Sánchez Márquez
Blessed Marianus Scotus
Blessed Bernardino Caimi
Saint Sabino of Abellinum
Saint Teilo of Llandaff
Saint Brachio of Auvergne
Saint Alto of Altomünster
Blessed Godeschalk of Zeliv
Saint Nebridius of Ègara
Saint Ansbert of Rouen
Saint Auedebertus of Senlis
Saint Ronan of Lismore
St Ronan of Lismore was an eighth century bishop of Lismore, Ireland and also a confessor of the faith. Several churches in Munster, Ireland are named for him.
Saint Sabinus of Canosa
St Sabinus of Canosa died of natural causes in 556 AD. He was a bishop of Canosa, in the Apulia region of southern Italy. Additionally, he was a friend of St Benedict of Narsia and a Papal legate for Pope St Agapitus I to the court of Emperor Justinian at Constantinople from 535 to 536. Sabinus went blind in his later years. His relics are at Bari, Italy. He was a patronage of Andria, Italy and also Bari, Italy.
Saint Cuaran the Wise
St Cuaran the Wise, also known as Curvinus or Cronan, died in 700 AD. He was a Bishop in Ireland. When the requirements of the office crowded out his prayer life, Cuaran moved to Iona, hid his identity, and became a monk. However, he was recognized by St Columba and returned to his duty.In addition, he was called “the Wise” due to his extensive knowledge of the canons of the Church.
Blessed Lambert of Neuwerk
Blessed Lambert of Neuwerk died of natural cause in 1123 AD. He was among the Augustinian Canon Regular at the abbey of Rottenbuch, Germany. He helped found the canonry at Neuwerk bei Halle, Saxony (in modern Germany) 1116 AD, and served as its provost until his death.
Blessed Erizzo was born in Florence, Italy and died of natural causes in 1094 AD. He was the first spiritual student of St John Gualbert, a Vallombrosan monk and a fourth superior-general of the Vallombrosans. He was later beatified on 1600 AD by Pope Clement VIII (cultus confirmation).
Saint Alexander of Rome
St Alexander of Rome died in Rome, Italy. Following his public confession of Christianity, Alexander was martyred with 38 companions whose names have not come down to us.
Saint Eingan of Llanengan
St Eingan of Llanengan was also known as Anianus, Einion, Eneon or Eingan. He was a sixth century British prince in Cumberland who abdicated to live as a hermit at Llanengan near Bangor, Wales.
Saint Nicephorus of Antioch
St Nicephorus of Antioch, also known as Niceforus, died in 260 AD at Antioch, Syria. He was martyred in the persecutions of Valerian.
Saint Donatus the Deacon
St Donatus the Deacon died in 362 AD in Lavallum, North Africa. He was a deacon and was martyred by Donatist heretics for his defense of orthodox Christianity.
Saint Primus the Deacon
St Primus the Deacon died in 362 AD in Lavallum, North Africa. He was a deacon and was martyred by Donatist heretics for his defense of orthodox Christianity.
Saint Romanus the Wonder Worker
St Romanus the Wonder Worker was a fifth century hermit who lived on a mountain near Antioch, Syria.
Saint Alexander of Soli
St Alexander of Soli was a martyr.
Saint Ammonius of Soli
St Ammonius of Soli was a martyr.
Martyrs of Alexandria
Martyrs of Alexandria were Christians despite of their unknown number who were massacred in church in 4th century Alexandria, Egypt by Arian heretics for adhering to the orthodox faith.
Martyrs of Membressa
Martyrs of Membressa was a group of 44 Christians martyred together and died in Membressa in Africa.
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