This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on June 14 every year.
Saint Caomhán of Inisheer
Saint Protus of Aquileia
Blessed Francisca de Paula de Jesus Isabel
Saint Methodius of Constantinople
Elisha the Prophet
Saint Valerius of Soissons
Blessed Constance de Castro
Saint Rufinus of Soissons
Blessed Fortunatus of Naples
Saint Burchard of Meissen
Saint Felix of Cordoba
Blessed Peter de Bustamante
Saint Anastasius of Cordoba
Saint Anastasius of Cordoba also known as Anastasio was a deacon of the church of Saint Acisclus in Cordoba, Spain. He became a monk at the double monastery of Tábanos. He was a priest. One of the first three martyrs of Cordoba, killed for their faith by order of the Moorish caliph.
Saint Gerold of Evreux
Saint Gerold of Evreux also known as Gerold of Fontenelle was a courtier to Blessed Charlemagne. He left court life to become a monk at the abbey of Fontenelle in Normandy, France. Bishop of Evreux, France in 787. Later in life he resigned his see and returned to life as a monk at Fontenelle. He died in 806 of natural causes.
Saint Castora Gabrielli
Saint Castora Gabrielli was a lay woman married to Santuccio Sanfonerio, a lawyer at Sant’Angelo in Vado, Umbria, Italy. She was a franciscan tertiary who was widowed. She is noted for the sanctity she brought to her every day work. She died in 1391 of natural causes and is the patron of difficult marriages and widows.
Blessed Walter Eustace
Blessed Walter Eustace was born Irish and was a layman of the archdiocese of Dublin, Ireland. He was martyred on 14th June 1583 in Dublin ,Ireland. He was beatified on 27th September 1992 by Pope John Paul II in Rome, Italy. He is celebrated on 20th June as one of the Irish Martyrs.
Saint Digna of Cordoba
Saint Digna of Cordoba also known as Degna was a nun at the double monastery of Tábanos. She was one of the first three martyrs of Cordoba, Spain, killed for their faith by order of the Moorish caliph. She was beheaded in 853 in Cordoba, Spain.
Saint Richard of Saint Vannes
Saint Richard of Saint Vannes also known as Gratia Dei meaning Thanks be to God a nickname based on a phrase he often used. He became a monk at the monastery of Saint Vannes, Verdun, France. He died in 1046 of natural causes.
Saint Dogmael of Wales
Saint Dogmael of Wales also known as Docmael, Dogfael, Dogmeel, Dogwel or Toel born in 5th century was a monk at Dyfed, Wales, in Anglesey, Wales, and in Brittany in northern France. He died in 6th century.
Saint Elgar of Bardsey
Saint Elgar of Bardsey was born in 11th century Devonshire, England and spent several years in captivity in Ireland. He became the Hermit on the Isle of Badsey, Carnarvonshire, Wales. In 1100 he died of natural causes.
Saint Cearan the Devout
Saint Cearan the Devout born Irish also known as Ciaran the Devout was the abbot of Bellach-Duin now Castle Kerrant , County Meath, Ireland. He died in 870 of natural caused.
Saint Etherius of Vienne
Saint Etherius of Vienne also known as Aetherius, Eterio or Ethère was a seventh-century bishop of Vienne, France. He died in 626of natural causes.
Saint Nennus of Arran
Saint Nennus of Arran also known as Nenus, Nehemias or Nem was a seventh-century abbot of monasteries on the Isle of Arran and the Isle of Bute in Ireland.
Blessed Hartwig of Salzburg
Blessed Hartwig of Salzburg was the archbishop of Salzburg, Austria for 32 years from 991 till his death in 1023.
Saint Cyriacus of Zeganea
Saint Cyriacus of Zeganea was a confessor of the faith in Zeganea, Laziqia in modern Syria. No details of his life have survived.
Saint Mark of Lucera
Saint Mark of Lucera was the fourth-century bishop in southern Italy. He died in 328 of natural causes.
Saint Quintian of Rhodez
Saint Quintian of Rhodez also known as Quinctian was the bishop of Rhodez, France.
Saint Cyprien also known as Cipriano was a martyr.
Saint Thecla was a martyr.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Our Lady of the Trellis
- Euspicius of Micy
- Bartolus Vagnerini
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