This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 7 every year.
Saint Lucian of Antioch
Blessed Matthew of Agrigento
Saint Canute Lavard
Saint Giuliano of Gozzano
Saint Reinhold of Cologne
Saint Valentine of Passau
Saint Tillo of Solignac
Blessed Marie-Thérèse Haze
Saint Aldric of Le Mans
Blessed Ambrose Fernandez
Blessed Albert of Siena
Blessed Wittikund of Westphalia
Saint Polyeuctus of Melitene
Saint Giuse Tuân
Saint Virginia of Ste-Verge
Blessed Engelbert Beets
Saint Cyrus of Constantinople
Saint Cywyllog ferch Caw
Blessed Athanasius of Attalia
Blessed Franciscus Bae Gwan-gyeom
Blessed Leandro was a member of the Mercedarians. He was a noted teacher and scholar. He was linguistic and knew the following languages; Latin, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew and Chaldean. He also taught theology and the Bible, wrote commentaries and poetry.He died at the Mercedarian monastery of Santa Eulalia in Murcia, Spain due to natural causes.
Saint Anastasius of Sens
St. Anastasius of Sens was also known as Anastasius XVIII. He was the Archbishop of Sens, France from 968 to 977 and started construction on the cathedral there. He was also a great supporter of the monks of Saint-Pierre-le-Vin. He died in 977 in Sens, France due to natural causes. His relics are in the monastic church of Saint-Pierre-le-Vin.
Saint Valentin II of Terni
St. Valentin II of Terni was also known as Valentine. He was the bishop of Terni, Italy in 494 and was consecrated by Pope Gelasius I where he served for 39 years. He died in 533 in Interamna (modern Terni), Italy. He was buried at the church of San Zeno, Rocca San Zeno, Terni.
Saint Emilian of Saujon
St.Emilian of Saujon was born ata Vannes, France. He was also known as Emilian of Combes, Aemilio or Aemilianus. He was a benedictine monk at Saujon, France and a hermit in the forest of Combes, Bordeaux, France. A well-known wine is named after him. He died in 767.
Saint Theodore of Egypt
St. Theodore of Egypt was also known as Theodor. He was a monk and a spiritual student of St. Ammonius the Great in Egypt. He was also among one of the early desert hermits on the Nile. He is mentioned in the writings of St. Athanasius of Alexandria and St. Gregory the Great. He died in the 4th century.
St. Brannock was born in the 6th century in Welsh. He was also known as Barnoc, Brannoc or Brannocus. He was a monk. He migrated to Devon, England and founded a monastery at Braunton in Devonshire, and served as its first abbot. He was buried at the monastery he founded at Braunton, Devonshire, England.
Saint Clerus of Antioch
St. Clerus of Antioch was born in Syria. He was also known as Bilicerius, Lucerius, Licerius or Lycerius. He was a deacon. He died as a martyr after repeatedly been tortured to give up his faith before being executed. He died in 300 at Antioch(modern Turkey).
Saint Julian of Cagliari
St. Julian of Cagliari was believed to have been a count. He died as a martyr at an unknown date. His relics were discovered at Cagliari, Sardinia in 1615, and are enshrined there today.
Saint Crispin II of Pavia
St. Crispin II of Pavia was a fifth century bishop of Pavia, Lombardy, Italy. He supported the acts of the Council of Milan. He died in 465 in Pavia, Italy due to natural causes.
Saint Benjamin of Brescia
St. Benjamin of Brescia was a martyr. He died in 125 in Brescia, Italy and his relics were re-discovered in 1529.
Saint Maximus of Brescia
St. Maximus of Brescia was a martyr. He died in 125 in Brescia, Italy and his relics were re-discovered in 1529.
Saint Cronan Beg
St. Cronan Beg was the bishop of Aendrum, County Down, Ireland. He was involved in the 640 controversy about the proper dating of Easter. He died in the 7th century.
Saint Senator of Verona
St. Senator of Verona was the bishop of Verona, Italy. Records of his service vary from the late 3rd to the early 4th century.
Saint Crispin I of Pavia
St. Crispin I of Pavia was a third century bishop of Pavia, Lombardy, Italy for 35 years. He died in 250AD.
Saint Januarius of Heraclea
St. Januarius of Heraclea was martyred at Heraclea.
St. Candida was a martyr. No other information about her has survived.
Saint Spolicostus of Greece
St. Spolicostus of Greece was a martyr.
Saint Felix of Heraclea
St. Felix of Heraclea was martyred at Heraclea.
St. Polyanthus was a martyr. No other information about him has survived.
Saint Candida of Greece
St. Candida of Greece was a martyr.
Saint Pallada of Greece
St. Pallada of Greece was a martyr.
Blessed Anselmo was 12th century Camaldolese hermit.
St. Philo was a martyr. No other information about him has survived.
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