This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on January 8 every year.
👉 Our Lady of Prompt Succor
Blessed Eurosia Fabris
Saint Severinus of Noricum
Saint Gudule of Brussels
Saint Apollinaris the Apologist
Saint Erhard of Regensburg
Saint Abo of Tblisi
Saint Lawrence Giustiniani
Blessed Edward Waterson
Blessed Titus Zeman
Saint Pega of Peakirk
Saint Albert of Cashel
Saint Wulsin of Sherborne
Saint Lucian of Beauvais
Blessed Kristian Hosius
Saint Atticus of Constantinople
Saint Agathon of Scete
Blessed Jacques Corbeau
Saint Dominica of Constantinople
Saint George Chozebites
Blessed Nathalan of Aberdeen
Blessed Giacobella Mary of the Cross
Blessed Giacobella Mary of the Cross was a cloistered Mercedarian nun and the first leader of the Mercedarian monastery in Madrid, Spain. She was also a miracle worker. She died on 3rd August, 1643 in Madrid, Spain due to natural causes.
Saint Athelm of Canterbury
St. Athelm of Canterbury was also known as Atheim, Athelhelm, Aethelm, Aethelhelm or Adelmus. He was the paternal uncle of St. Dunstan of Canterbury. He was also a benedictine monk at Glastonbury, England and an abbot of Glastonbury. He served as the bishop of Wells, Somerset, England in 909 and Archbishop of Canterbury in 914. He died in 923 due to natural causes.
Saint Garibaldus of Regensburg
St. Garibaldus of Regensburg was also known as Garibaldus of Ratisbon or Gaubald. He was a benedictine monk in Bavaria, Germany. He was ordained by Saint Boniface c.740. He served as an abbot of St. Emmeran monastery at Regensburg, Germany. He was the first bishop of Regensburg. He died in 762 due to natural causes.
Saint Theodore of Chora
St. Theodore of Chora was the maternal uncle of Empress Theodora. He served as the General of the Byzantine armies during war with the Persians in 528. Following the war, he retired from the world to live as a hermit in the mountains around Antioch. He founded the Chora monastery outside Constantinople. He died in 595AD due to natural causes.
Saint Eugenian of Autun
St. Eugenian of Autun was also known as Egemoine, Egemon, Egemone, Egemonius, Egenion, Egmonius, Eugenianus, Eugenius or Igmonus. He was the latter 4th century bishop of Autun, France. In addition to this, he was a fierce opponent of Arianism, which led to his martyrdom. He died in the latter 4th century in Autun, France.
Saint Maximus of Pavia
St. Maximus of Pavia was also known as Maximus II, Massimo. He was the bishop of Pavia, Italy. He also attended the councils of Rome convened by Pope Saint Symmachus. He died in 514 due to natural causes.
Saint Carterius of Caesarea
St. Carterius of Caesarea was also known as Karterios. He was a priest and was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian. He died in 304 at Caesarea, Cappadocia.
Saint Ergnad of Ulster
St. Ergnad of Ulster was born in the 5th century in Ulster, Ireland. She was also known as Ercnact or Ercnacta. She was a nun who received the veil from St. Patrick.
St. Helladius was born in Africa. He was also known as Elladio, Hellade or Hellas. He was a lay man martyr who died after being burned to death in a furnace in Libya.
Saint Theophilus the Martyr
St. Theophilus the Martyr was born in Africa. He was a deacon. He died as a martyr after being burned to death in a furnace in Libya.
St. Emilian was also known as Aemilian, Aemyliani or Aemylianus. He was a confessor of the faith. No details about him have survived.
Saint Maximian of Beauvais
St. Maximian of Beauvais was a missionary to Beauvais, France. He died a s a martyr in 290 at Beauvais, France.
Saint Julian of Beauvais
St. Julian of Beauvais was a missionary to Beauvais, France. He died as a martyr in 290 at Beauvais, France.
Saint Patiens of Metz
St. Patiens of Metz was the fourth bishop of Metz, France in the second century. He is the patron for Metz, France.
St. Afflinus was a bishop. No other information about him is known.
St. Patheus was a marytr and no other information about him is known.
Martyrs of Greece
The martyrs of Greece were a group of Christians honored in Greece as martyrs, but there are no known details about their lives or deaths.
Their Names are;
Martyrs of Terni
A group of Christian soldiers in the imperial Roman army. Executed during the persecutions of emperor Claudius. Martyrs.
270 in Terni, Italy
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