This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on July 4 every year
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati
Saint Ulric of Augsburg
Blessed Petrus Kasui Kibe
Blessed Maria Crocifissa Curcio
Blessed Jozef Kowalski
Blessed Maria Ripamonti
Blessed John Cornelius
Saint Andrew of Crete
Saint Bertha of Blangy
Saint Anthony Daniel
Blessed Giovanni da Vespignano
Saint Laurian of Seville
Blessed Damiano Grassi of Rivoli
Blessed William of Hirsau
Blessed Natalia of Toulouse
Blessed William Andleby
Saint Odo the Good
Blessed Agatha Yun Jeom-Hye
Blessed Henry Abbot
Blessed John Carey
Blessed Catherine Jarrige
Saint Cesidio Giacomantonio
Blessed Ulric of Ratzeburg
Blessed Odolric of Lyon
Blessed Hatto of Ottobeuren
Saint Carileffo of Anille
Blessed Thomas Bosgrave
lessed Thomas Warcop
Saint Theodore of Cyrene
Blessed Patrick Salmon
Saint Valentine of Paris
St Valentine was born in 519 AD and grew up in the court of King Childebert of Paris.
St Valentine declined an arranged marriage against the wishes of his family and friends. He gave up the worldly life and said he wished to devote himself to God. He died of natural causes in 547 AD.
Blessed Pedro Romero Espejo
Blessed Pedro Romero Espejo was born on April 28 1871 in Pancorbo, Burgos, Spain. He was a Redemptorist priest in the diocese of Cuenca, Spain. He was martyred in the Spanish Civil War on July 4 1938 in Cuenca, Spain.
He was beatified by Pope Francis on October 27 2013.
Saint Elias of Jerusalem
St Elias was the Patriarch of Jerusalem. He was exiled by the Emperor Anastasius for supporting the decrees of the Council of Chalcedon. These decrees had affirmed the existence of the Two Natures in Jesus Christ as being both God and man. He died in 513 AD in Aila on the shores of the Red Sea.
Saint Albert Quadrelli
St Albert Quadrelli was born in Rivolta d’Adda in the diocese of Cremona, Italy. He became a Parish priest at Rivolta d’Adda, Italy for 25 years and later, in 1168, he was chosen as the bishop of Lodi, Italy.
He died of natural causes in 1179 at Lodi, Italy. He is the Patron saint of Rivolta d’Adda, Italy.
Saint Flavian of Antioch
St Flavian of Antioch was the Patriarch of Antioch. He was exiled by the Emperor Anastasius for supporting the decrees of the Council of Chalcedon. These decrees had affirmed the existence of the Two Natures in Jesus Christ as being both God and man. In 512, he died at Petra, Arabia.
Blessed Henry of Albano
Blessed Henry of Albano was also known as Henricus Gallus. He was a French Cistercian Benedictine monk. He later became the Bishop of Albano, Italy in 1179 and eventually a Cardinal. He died of natural causes in 1188 at Arras, France.
Blessed Edward Fulthrop
Blessed Edward Fulthrop was born in Yorkshire, England. He died as a martyr by being hanged, drawn and quartered on 4 July 1594 at York, North Yorkshire, England. He was beatified by Pope Pius XI on December 15 1929
Saint Namphanion the Archmartyr
St Namphanion the Archmartyr was born in ancient Carthage. He was martyred with several companions in 180 AD at Madaura, Numidia in North Africa.
Saint Sebastia of Sirmium
St Sebastia of Sirmium was also known as Sabbatia. He was martyred at Sirmium (modern Mitrovica, Kosovo) with 31 companions
Saint Innocent of Sirmium
St Innocent of Sirmium was martyred at Sirmium (modern Mitrovica, Kosovo) with 31 companions
Saint Finbar of Wexford
St Finbar of Wexford is the one who, in the sixth century, founded the monastery on the Innis Doimhle (Isle of Crimlen), Wexford, Ireland and became its first abbot.
Saint Fiorenzo of Cahors
St Fiorenzo of Cahors was the Bishop of Cahors, France. Saint Paulinus of Nola describes him as humble of heart, gentle in speech and strong in grace.
Saint Aurelian of Lyons
St Aurelian of Lyons was a Benedictine monk of Ainay, France. He later became the Abbot of Ainay and eventually the Archbishop of Lyons, France.
He died of natural causes in 895 AD
St Jucundian was also known as Jucundianus. He was an African martyr who died by being thrown overboard at sea to drown.
Saint Valentine of Langres
St Valentine of Langres was a priest and hermit at Langres, Aquitaine (in modern France) in the Fifth century.
Saint Theodotus of Libya
St Theodotus of Libya in listed on ancient menologies, but no details about him have survived.
Saint Lauriano of Vistin
St Lauriano of Vistin was a martyr. He died in Vistin, Berry, France
St Giocondiano was an African Martyr
Saint Donatus of Libya
St Donatus was a Bishop in Libya.
Also Celebrated Today
- Our Lady of Refuge
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