This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 3 every year.
👉Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
St. Melorius was born in Cornwall, England. He was also known as Meilleur, Melar, Melior, Meliorus, Melon, Melor, Melorus or Mylor. He has an additional Memorial on 1st October(translation of relics). He was venerated in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England and in Quimper, Brittany, France.
Blessed Arnold Wala was born in the early 12th century. He was Premonstratensian monk and a canon of the monastery of St. Cornelius in Ninove, Belgium. He was the prior of the monastery for 40 years and an abbot of the house. In 1190, he died due to natural causes.
St. Bertille of Thuringia was born a princess and was also known as Bertilia. She married St. Walbert of Hainault. She was the mother of St. Waltrude and St. Aldegundis. In 660AD, she died due to natural causes.
St. Florentius of Vienne was also known as Florens or Florent. He was a fourth century bishop of Vienne, France and attended the Council of Valence in 374. In 377, he died in Vienne, France due to natural causes.
St. Florentius of Vienne the Martyr was a third century bishop of Vienne, France. He was exiled from Vienne by Emperor Gallienu and martyred while in exile. He died in 275AD.
St. Cyrinus of Cyzicus was a soldier in the Roman army. He died as a martyr in 320 at Cyzicus on the Hellespont (part of modern Turkey).
St. Eustadius was also known as Eustade. He was a pious 6th-century monk and an abbot of Saint-Benignus Abbey in Dijon, France. He was the great-uncle of St. Gregory of Tours.
Blessed Daniel of Himmerod was also known as Daniel Himmerod the Younger. He was a Cistercian monk.
St. Constant of Gap was an early sixth-century bishop of Gap, France. He attended the Council of Orange in 519.
St. Lucian of Lentini was also known as Lucien. He was a bishop of Lentini, Sicily.
St. Wenog was born in Wales and was listed on several liturgical calendars, but no details of his life have survived.
St. Salvator of Belluno was a bishop of Belluno, Italy. He was also a miracle worker.
👉Martyrs of Africa
The Martyrs of Africa were a group of Christians martyred together in Africa at an unknown date and location.
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👉Martyrs of Tomi
The Martyrs of Tomi were a group of Christians martyred together at an unknown date. They died at Tomi, Exinius Pontus, Moesia (modern Constanta, Romania).
Their names are;
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