This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 15 every year.
👉 Saint Maurus
Saint Macarius of Egypt
Blessed Nikolaus Gross
Blessed Gabriel of Ferrara
Saint Arnold Janssen
Saint Romedio of Nonsberg
Saint Francis Ferdinand de Capillas
Saint John Calabytes
Saint Ephysius of Sardinia
Saint Ita of Killeedy
Blessed Angelus of Gualdo Tadino
Blessed Peter of Castelnau
Blessed Tit Liviu Chinezu
Saint Bonitus of Clermont
Saint Cosmas the Melodist
Blessed Giacomo Villa
Saint Alexander of Goman
Saint Emebert of Cambrai
Saint Lleudadd of Bardsey
Blessed Conan of Margam
Blessed Diego de Soto
Blessed Diego de Soto was born in Toledo, Spain and was a mercedarian monk. He was spiritual student of Saint Serapion of Algiers and master of novices. He was sent to Granada to redeem prisoners held captive by Muslims. Blessed Diego was imprisoned, tortured, starved and killed for his faith. He died in 1237 in prison in Granada, Spain as a martyr.
Saint Pansofius of Alexandria
Saint Pansofius of Alexandria was the son of the imperial pro-consul of Alexandria, Egypt. When Pansofius came into his inheritance, he gave away his entire fortune to the poor and lived as a hermit outside the city for over 20 years. During the persecutions of Decius, Pansofius’ reputation for sanctity led to his arrest and execution. H died in 250 in Alexandria, Egypt as a martyr.
Saint Secondina of Anagni
Saint Secondina of Anagni was born in Anangni ,Italy and was after being converted he was baptized by Saint Magnus of Anangni. He was martyred in 250 in the persecutions of Decius. He was interred in the cathedral of Anangni, Italy
Saint Blaithmaic of Iona
Saint Blaithmaic of Iona also known as Blathmac or Blaithmale was born a prince, the son of an Irish king. He became a monk. and abbot. St Blaithmaic was a missionary to England and Scotland, hoping to work with the pagan Danes then invading. They then martyred him He died in 823 on the altar steps at Iona Abbey, Scotland.
Saint Isidore the Egyptian
Saint Isidore the Egyptian also known as sidore of Alexandria born Egyptian was a hermit at the desert. He was the priest in charge of Alexandria pilgrims hospice and he opposed Arianism. He was a friend of Saint John Chrysostom and supported Saint Athanasius. In 404, he died after being persecuted by the Arians.
Saint Arsenius of Reggio Calabria
Saint Arsenius of Reggio Calabria also known as Arsenius of Armo or Arsenio was a hermit famous for his austere lifestyle and deep prayer life. He died in 904 in Armo, Italy of natural causes.
Saint Teath also known as Tetha was born a princess, the daughter of Saint Brychan of Brecknock in Wales. She is mentioned in 13th century documents. A Cornwall church bears her name. No details of her life have survived. She is the patron of saint Teath, Cornwall, England.
Blessed James the Beggar
Blessed James the Beggar also known as James Limosnero or Jacob was a supporter and advocate for the poor. He was oppressed in the 13th century and died in Città della Pieve, Umbria, Italy.
Saint Tarsicia of Rodez
Saint Tarsicia of Rodez also known as Tarsitia was the granddaughter of King Clotaire II of the Franks. She was the sister of Saint Ferreolus of Uzès and lived as a hermit near Rodez, France. In 600, she died of natural causes.
Saint Secundina of Rome
Saint Secundina of Rome was a young woman martyred in the persecutions of Decius. Her guards were converted to Christianity by her testimony of faith before the judges. She was flogged to death in 250 in Rome, Italy
Saint Britta also known as Bridget, Brigid, Brigida, Brigitta, Brigitte or Britte was a fourth century nun. She was martyred with Saint Maura. Their story was lost, and their relics were discovered by Saint Euphronius.
Saint Isidore of Scété
Saint Isidore of Scété was a desert hermit and the priest of Scété, Egypt. He worked to bring angry or negligent brother desert monks back to proper devotion. He died in 394.
Blessed Geoffrey of Peronne
Blessed Geoffrey of Peronne was a friend of Saint Bernard of Clairvaux and prior of Clairvaux Abbey. He refused the bishopric of Tournai, Belgium and died in 1147 of natural causes
Saint Llewellyn also known as Llywelyn born in Welsh a monk at Welshpool and Bardsey. He was a friend of Saint Gwrnerth and died in the 6th century Wales of natural causes.
Saint Eugyppius born in North Africa was ordained in Rome, Italy. He worked with Saint Severinus in Noricum part of modern Austria and wrote a biography of him. He died in 511.
Saint Malard of Chartres
Saint Malard of Chartres was the bishop of Chartres, France and attended the Council of Chalons-sur-saone in 650. he died in later 7th century.
Saint Gwrnerth born in Welsh was a monk at Welshpool and Bardsey in Wales. He was a friend of Saint Liewellyn. and died in the 6th century Wales of natural causes.
Saint Maura was a fourth century nun martyred with Saint Britta. Their story was lost, but their relics were discovered by Saint Euphronius.
Saint Sawl born in Welsh was a welsh chieftain and father of Saint Asaph. He died in the 6th century.
Saint Probus of Rieti
Saint Probus of Rieti was the bishop of Rieti, Italy and died in 1571.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Our Lady of Banneux
- Amaro the Pilgrim
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