This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 25 every year.
Saint Ananias of Damascus
Blessed Henry Suso
Blessed Antonio Migliorati
Blessed Teresa Grillo Michel
Blessed Francesco Zirano
Blessed Manuel Domingo y Sol
Blessed Archangela Girlani
Saint Praejectus of Clermont
Blessed Guardato di Belforte Piceno
Blessed Antoni Swiadek
Saint Auxentius of Epirus
Saint Palaemon of Thebaid
Saint Publius of Zeugma
Saint Apollo of Heliopolis
Blessed Emilia Fernéndez Rodríguez de Cortés
Saint Bretannion of Tomi
St Bretannion of Tomi was a bishop of Tomi, Scythia (modern Constanta, Romania). He opposed Arianism for which he was exiled by Emperor Valens unfortunately, the people of Tomi forced the emperor to restore him to his see. He died of natural cause in 380 AD.
Saint Maximinus of Antioch
St Maximinus of Antioch was a member of the imperial guard of Julian the Apostate. When Julian issued orders prohibiting the veneration of the relics of saints, Maximinus and Saint Juventius protested and they were arrested, scourged, and martyred. He was beheaded in 363 AD at Antioch, Syria. St John Chrysostom wrote their eulogy.
Saint Juventius of Antioch
St Juventius of Antioch was a member of the imperial guard of Julian the Apostate. When Julian issued orders prohibiting the veneration of the relics of saints, Juventius and Saint Maximus protested and they were arrested, scourged, and martyred. He was beheaded in 363 AD at Antioch, Syria. Saint John Chrysostom wrote their eulogy.
Saint Amarinus of Clermont
St Amarinus of Clermont, also known as Marinus, died as a martyr in 676 AD. He was a Benedictine monk, a friend of St Praejectus of Clermont and also an abbot of a monastery in the archdiocese of Clermont, France. The valley of Saint Amarian in Alsace, France, is named in his honor.
Saint Agileus of Carthage
St Agileus of Carthage was also known as Agleus or Agilaeus. He was born in Africa and died as a martyr in 300 AD at Carthage in North Africa. St Augustine preached a sermon in his honour. His relics were later translated to Rome, Italy.
Saint Joel of Pulsano
St Joel of Pulsano was a spiritual student of St John of Matera. He was a Benedictine monk and died of natural cause in 1185 AD. He helped found and eventual master-general of the Benedictine house of St Mary, Pulsano, Italy.
Blessed Michael de Plagis
Blessed Michael de Plagis was a Mercedarian monk at the monastery of Messina, Italy. He died in 1619 AD.
Saint Artemas of Pozzuoli
St Artemas of Pozzuoli was a Teenaged martyred at Pozzuoli, Italy. In his tradition says he was stabbed to death by his pagan school classmates using their iron pens
Saint Eochod of Galloway
St Eochod of Galloway was also known as Apostle of the Picts of Galloway, Scotland. He was a spiritual student of St Columba, and of the twelve chosen by him to evangelize northern Britain.
Saint Racho of Autun
St Racho of Autun was also known as Ragnobert of Autun. He was the first bishop of Autun, France and died of natural cause in 660 AD.
Saint Donatus the Martyr
St Donatus the Martyr was a martyr.
Saint Sabinus the Martyr
St Sabinus the Martyr was a martyr.
Saint Agape the Martyr
St Agape the Martyr was a martyr.
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