This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on July 18 every year
Saint Szymon of Lipnica
Saint Clair of Epte
Saint Frederick of Utrecht
Saint Bruno of Segni
Blessed Carlos de Dios Murias
Saint Edburgh of Bicester
Saint Ðaminh Ðinh Ðat
Blessed Tarsykia Matskiv
Saint Scariberga of Yvelines
Saint Arnulf of Metz
Saint Philastrius of Brescia
Saint Theodosia of Constantinople
Blessed Jean-Baptiste de Bruxelles
Saint Gonéri of Tréguier
Saint Rufillus of Forlimpopoli
Saint Elio of Koper
Saint Pambo of the Nitrian Desert
Martyrs of Tivoli
Saint Aemilian of Dorostorium
St Aemilian of Dorostorium was also known as Aemilian of Silistra, Emilian or Emiliano.
In 362 AD in Dorostorium, modern-day Silistra, Bulgaria, he was burned to death and died as a martyr in the persecutions of Julian the Apostate.
Blessed Alanus of Sassovivo
Blessed Alanus of Sassovivo was born in the 13th century in Austria. He became a Benedictine monk in Austria in the late 13th century. He was part of the Pilgrim to Rome, Italy for the Holy Year of 1300 AD.
He joined the Benedictine Sassovivo Abbey near Foligno, Italy and left communal life in 1311 AD to live his remaining years as a hermit.
In 1313 AD he died of natural causes.
Saint Athanasius of Clysma
St Athanasius was a high government official in the 4th century in Egypt. He was discovered to be a Christian when he was found at Christmas Mass at Clysma, Egypt in the area of the Suez Gulf.
In the 4th century AD, he died as a martyr after he was imprisoned and eventually beheaded in Clysma, Egypt for his faith.
Blessed Bernard de Arenis
Blessed Bernard de Arenis was a French-born Mercedarian friar. He was sent to evangelize in North Africa. Throughout his travels, he was abused for his faith.
He managed to free 222 Christians who had been captured, imprisoned and enslaved by Muslims.
Saint Maternus of Milan
St Maternus of Milan was a Bishop of Milan, Italy in 295 AD. He was one of those who were tortured in the persecutions of Diocletian.
He survived those persecutions and followed his vocation. In 307 AD he died of natural causes.
Saint Gundenis of Carthage
St Gundenis of Carthage was also known as Gundenes. She was a maiden who was martyred in the persecutions of Septimus Severus.
In 203 AD, she died at Carthage in modern-day Tunis, Tunisia.
Blessed Arnold of Amiens
Blessed Arnold of Amiens was also known as Arnould or Arnulfus. From 1236 AD to 1247 AD, he was the Bishop of Amiens, France. He died of natural causes in 1247 AD.
Saint Arnoul the Martyr
St Arnoul the Martyr was also known as Arnulphus. He was a Sixth-century missionary to the Franks. He died in 534 AD in France as a martyr.
Blessed Bertha de Marbais
Blessed Bertha de Marbais was a Cistercian nun who was the Abbess at the abbey of Marchet near Lille, Belgium. She died on July 18 1247.
St Minnborinus was an Irish-born Abbot of Saint Martin’s Abbey in Cologne, Germany from 974 AD to 986 AD. He died in 986 AD
Blessed Herveus was born in the British Isles and became a hermit on Chalonnes Island, Anjou, France. He died in 1130 AD.
Saint Marina of Ourense
St Marina died as a martyr in Ourense, Spain on an unknown date.
Martyrs of Silistria
The Martyrs of Silistria were a group of seven Christians who were martyred together. They died in Silistria (Durostorum), Moesia in modern-day Bulgaria on an unknown date.
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Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Our Lady of Good Deliverance
- Sabino Hernandez Laso
- Robert of Saletino
- Martyrs of Silistria
- Arnulf of Yvelines
- Arnold of Arnoldsweiler
- Antonio Garazez
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