This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 23 every year.
Saint Ildephonsus of Toledo
Espousal of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Blessed Benedetta Bianchi Porro
Blessed Margaret of Ravenna
Saint Andreas Chong Hwa-Gyong
Saint Dositheus of Gaza
Saint Asclas of Antinoe
Saint Messalina of Foligno
Abel the Patriarch
Blessed Joan Font Taulat
St Agathangelus was a Roman born and was martyred in 309 AD in Ancyra (in modern Turkey). He was an adult when he was converted to Christianity, baptized by St Clement of Ancyra. In addition, he was a deacon and evangelized in Ancyra (in modern Turkey) with St Clement, and was martyred with him. His relics were returned to Paris, France by Crusaders in the 13th century.
Blessed Juan Infante
Blessed Juan Infante was a Mercedarian priest. Blessed Juan together with Blessed Juan Solorzano and Venerable Jorge of Seville, accompanied Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to the Americas, and was the first celebrate Mass in South America.
St Jurmin was born in England and died 653 AD. He was a prince,a relative of King Anna of East Anglia, England and also brother of St Etheldreda. He was a confessor of the faith and was interred originally at Blythburgh, Suffolk, England. His relics are enshrined at Bury Saint Edmunds in 1095 AD.
Saint Clement of Ancyra
St Clement of Ancyra was the fourth-century bishop of Ancyra in Galatia, Asia Minor. He was martyred and died in 303 AD in the persecutions of Diocletian and Maximinian. His relics were later taken to Constantinople and later crusaders later took the relics to western Europe.
Saint Ormond of Mairé
St Ormond of Mairé, also known as Armand, was a French born and died on 6th century. He was a monk and also an abbot of the monastery of St Mairé in France, 587 AD. He supported monastic expansion and evangelization in his region.
Saint Colman of Lismore
St Colman of Lismore died of natural cause in 702 AD. He was a monk under St Hierlug and also an abbot-bishop of the monastery at Lismore, Ireland in 698. During his leadership, Lismore’s fame for holiness and scholarship reached its peak.
Saint Amasius of Teano
St Amasius of Teano was a Greek born and died of natural cause in 356 AD. He was forced into exile in Italy for his opposition to the Arian heresy. Additonally, he was bishop of Teano, Italy in 346 AD.
Saint Martyrius of Valeria
St Martyrius of Valeria, also known as Martory, was a sixth century hermit in the Valeria (modern Abruzzo), Italy.
Saint Severian the Martyr
St Severian the Martyr was married to St Aquila. He died as a martyr in Julia Caesarea, Mauritania, North Africa
Saint Aquila the Martyr
St Aquila the Martyr was married to Saint Severian. She died as a martyr in in Julia Caesarea, Mauritania, North Africa.
Saint Eusebius of Mount Coryphe
St Eusebius of Mount Coryphe was a fourth-century hermit on Mount Coryphe near Antioch, Syria.
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