This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day is June 1 2023.
Saint Hannibal Mary di Francia
Blessed Giovanni Battista Scalabrini – John Baptist Scalabrini
Blessed Theobald Roggeri
Blessed John Storey
Blessed John Pelingotto
Saint Simeon of Syracuse
Blessed Alfonso Navarrete-Benito
Saint Gaudentius of Ossero
Saint Wystan of Evesham
Saint Pamphilus of Alexandria
Blessed Jean-Baptiste-Ignace-Pierre Vernoy de Montjournal
Saint Inigo of Oña
Saint Reverianus of Autun
Saint Giuse Tuc
Blessed Ferdinand Ayala
Saint Candida of Whitchurch
Saint Paulus of Autun
Saint Ronan of Cornwall
Saint Conrad of Trier
Blessed Arnald Arench
Saint Caprasius of Lerins
Blessed Leo Tanaka
Saint Fortunatus of Spoleto
Saint Damian of Scotland
Saint Seleucus of Alexandria
Blessed Conrad of Hesse
Blessed Gaius Xeymon
Saint Proculus the Soldier
Saint Felinus of Perugia
Saint Gratian of Perugia
Saint Clarus of Aquitaine
St Clarus of Aquitaine, also known as Clair, was an evangelizing bishop in the Aquitaine region of modern France who died as a Martyr.
Blessed Herculanus of Piegare
Blessed Herculanus of Piegare was born in Piegare, Italy and died of natural causes in 1541 AD. He was a noted Franciscan preacher who after death was beatified by Pope Blessed Pius IX in 1860 AD.
Saint Agapetus of Ruthenia
St Agapetus of Ruthenia, also known as Agapitus, died of natural causes in 1100 AD. He was a monk in Ruthenia (in modern Ukraine) and also a physician who did not charge for his services.
Saint Porphyrius of Alexandria
St Porphyrius of Alexandria was beheaded in 309 AD in Alexandria, Egypt. He was a student of St Pamphilus of Alexandria with whom he was tortured and martyred.
Saint Thespesius of Cappadocia
St Thespesius of Cappadocia died in 230 AD in Cappadocia (in modern Turkey). He was martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Alexander Severus.
Saint Atto of Oca
St. Atto of Oca died peacefully in 1044 AD from natural causes. He lived as a Benedictine monk at Ona in Old Castile, Spain, and was a devoted disciple of St. Enneco. Later on, he was appointed as the bishop of Oca-Valpuesta, Spain, where he served in his episcopal role.
Saint Peter of Pisa
St Peter of Pisa was born in 1355 and later died of natural causes in 1435 AD. He was a founder of the Order of the Hermits of St Jerome in Italy.
St Juventius died as a martyr in Rome, Italy but the date is still unknown. His relics were translated to the Benedictine monastery at Chaise-Dieu, Evreux, France
Saint Secundus of Amelia
St Secundus of Amelia drowned to death in 304 AD in the River Tiber at Amelia, Italy. He was martyred in the persecution of Diocletian.
Saint Telga of Denbighshire
St Telga of Denbighshire, also known as Tegla or Thecla, is the patron of a church and a healing well in Ciwyd, Wales.
Saint Proculus of Bologna
St Proculus of Bologna was bishop of Bologna, Italy from 540 AD until his death in 542 AD. He was martyred by Goths led by Goterne.
Blessed Arnold of Geertruidenberg
Blessed Arnold of Geertruidenberg, also known as Arnoldus, was a Carthusian monk in Capella, Belgium.
Saint Dionysius of Ruthenia
St Dionysius of Ruthenia died of natural causes in 1100 AD. He was a monk in Ruthenia (in modern Ukraine).
Saint Donatus of Lucania
St Donatus of Lucania died in Lucania region of southern Italy but the date is still unknown. He was martyred by Saracens.
Saint Cronan of Lismore
St Cronan of Lismore died of natural causes in 717 AD. He was a monk and also an abbot of Lismore Abbey.
St Firmus was beheaded in 290 AD as a martyr. He was scourged and executed in the persecutions of Emperor Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus.
Saint Claudius of Vienne
St Claudius of Vienne was a mid-fourth-century bishop of Vienne, France.
Saint Zosimus of Antioch
St Zosimus of Antioch was a martyr.
Saint Thecla of Antioch
St Thecla of Antioch was a martyr.
St Melosa died as a martyr in Thessalonica.
Martyrs of Alexandria
Martyrs of Alexandria were beheaded as martyrs in 249 AD in Alexandria, Egypt. They were a group five of imperial Roman soldiers assigned to guard a group of Egyptian Christians who were imprisoned for their faith in the persecutions of Decius.
During their trial, they encouraged the prisoners not to apostatize. This exposed them as Christians, and were promptly arrested and executed.
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Martyrs of Caesarea
Martyrs of Caesarea died in 309 AD at Caesarea, Palestine. They were three Christians martyred together in the persecutions of Galerius.
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Martyrs of Lycopolis
Martyrs of Lycopolis died in Lycopolis, Egypt. They were foot soldiers, five in number, and together with their commander were martyred for their faith by order of the imperial Roman prefect Arriano during the persecutions of Decius.
Martyrs of Rome
Martyrs of Rome died in Rome, Italy. They were a group of spiritual students of St Justin, Martyr who died with him.
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Martyrs of Thessalonica
Martyrs of Thessalonica died in Thessalonica, Greece but the date is still unknown. They were a group of 136 Christians who were martyred together.
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Other Saints of the Day for June 1 2023
- Our Lady of Grace
- Notre-Dame du Laus
- Martyrs of Saddi
- Hildegard Brujan
- Comforter of the Afflicted
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