This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 27 every year.
Saint Marius of Bodon
Saint Julian of Sora
Blessed Jurgis Matulaitis-Matulewicz
Saint Enric de Osso y Cervello
Blessed Carolina Santocanale
Blessed João Schiavo
Blessed Manfredo Settala
Blessed Alruna of Cham
Pope Saint Vitalian
Saint Julian of Le Mans
Blessed Antonio Mascaró Colomina
Blessed Gonzalo Diaz di Amarante
Saint John Maria Muzeyi
Blessed Rosalie du Verdier de la Sorinière
Blessed Benvenuta of Perugia
Blessed John of Warneton
Blessed Paul Josef Nardini
Saint Gilduin of Dol
Saint Domitian of Melitene
Saint Theodoric of Orleans
St Theodoric of Orleans, also known as Theodoric II, died of natural in 1022 AD in Tonnerre, Burgundy, France. He was a Benedictine monk at Saint-Pierre-le-Vif monastery, Sens, France, a royal counselor and also a bishop of Orleans, France. Died while on pilgrimage the them tombs of the Apostles in Rome, Italy.
Blessed Michael Pini
Blessed Michael Pini was born 1445 AD at Florence, Italy and died of natural cause in 1522 AD. He was favored courtier to Lorenzo de’ Medici. In addition he was a Camaldolese hermit in 1502 AD and had the gift of prophecy. After his ordination, Michael was walled up in his hermitage where he spent his remaining twenty years.
Saint Natalis of Ulster
St Natalis of Ulster, also known as Naal of Ulster, was a spiritual student of St Columba born in the 6th century at Irish. He was one of the great founders of monasticism in northern Ireland and also an abbot of monasteries of Naile, Daunhinis, and Cill. A well in the region honors his memory.
Saint Emerius of Bañoles
St Emerius of Bañoles was also known as Emerus or Memerius. He was born in france and died of natural in the 8th century. He was a son of St Candida of Bañoles, a Benedictine monk and a founder of St Stephen of Bañoles Abbey, Catalonia, Spain. His mother lived in a hermitage near the abbey.
Saint Candida of Bañoles
St Candida of Bañoles was a mother of St Emerius of Bañoles born in Spain and died of natural cause in 798 AD. She lived as an anchoress near St Stephen of Bañoles Abbey, Garona, Spain.
Saint Lupus of Châlons
St Lupus of Châlons was a bishop of Châlons-sur-Saone, France and died of natural cause in 610 AD. He was a friend and correspondent with Pope Saint Gregory the Great. He was noted for his charity to the sick and poor in his diocese.
Saint Felix of Messina
St Felix of Messina, also known as Felice, was a sixth-century spiritual student of St Placidus of Messina and a bishop of Messina, Sicily, Italy.
Saint Donatus of Africa
St Donatus of Africa died as a martyr in Africa. No other reliable information has survived.
St Avitus died as a martyr in Africa.
Martyrs of North Africa
Martyrs of North Africa was a group of 30 Christians martyred together by Arian Vandals and died in 500 in North Africa.
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