This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on June 4 every year.
Saint Filippo Smaldone
Blessed Stanislaw Kostka Starowieyski
Saint Francis Caracciolo
Saint Pacificus of Cerano
Blessed Francesco Pianzola
Saint Optatus of Milevis
Blessed Antoni Zawistowski
Blessed José María Gran Cirera
Saint Quirinus of Sescia
Blessed Francis Ronci
Saint Metrophanes of Byzantium
Blessed Domingo del Barrio Batz
Saint Buriana of Cornwall
Blessed Margaret of Vau-le-Duc
Saint Cornelius McConchailleach
Saint Aldegrin of Baume
Saint Walter of Fontenelle
Saint Walter of Serviliano
Saint Breaca of Cornwall
St Breaca of Cornwall, also known as Branca, Banka or Breague, was born in 5th-century in East Meath, Ireland. He was a spiritual student of St Brigid of Ireland, a missionary to Cornwall, England in 460 AD and also worked with St Crewanna and St Elwin.
Saint Cyrinus of Aquileia
St Cyrinus of Aquileia, also known as Cirino, died in Aquileia, Italy. He was in one among a group of approximately 200 Christians martyred together. No further details about him apart from his name.
Saint Saturnina of Arras
St Saturnina of Arras, also known as Saturnine, was born in German and died near Arras, France but the date is still unknown. She was a virgin-martyr.
Saint Edfrith of Lindisfarne
St Edfrith of Lindisfarne, also known as Edfrid or Eadfrith died in 721 AD. He was bishop of Lindisfarne, England and illuminated the Lindisfarne Gospels in honour of St Cuthbert.
Saint Ernin of Cluain
St Ernin of Cluain, also known as Ernineus, died in 634 AD. He was a son of Craskin. Though he is mentioned in several martyrologies, menologies and writings, no details about him have survived.
St Alonio, also known as Alonium or Halonium, was born in the late 4th century and died in 5th century. He was a hermit in the Egyptian desert noted by other monks, abbots and hermits for his wisdom and clear thinking.
Saint Aretius of Rome
St Aretius of Rome, also known as Arecius or Aregius, died in Rome, Italy but the date is still unknown. He was a martyr and after his death and was buried in the catacombs on the Appian Way.
Saint Rutilus of Sabaria
St Rutilus of Sabaria was martyred in Sabaria, Pannonia (in modern Hungary). He was one of a group of martyrs and the only one whose name has come down to us.
Blessed Menda Isategui
Blessed Menda Isategui was a Mercedarian nun at the monastery of Santa Maria della Pieta in Marquina, Spain for 80 years. Had the gift of healing by prayer and of inedia.
Blessed Boniface of Villers
Blessed Boniface of Villers died of natural causes in 1280 AD. He was a Cistercian monk and a prior of the abbey in Villers, Belgium.
Saint Nicolo of Sardinia
St Nicolo of Sardinia was a hermit.
Saint Dacian of Rome
St Dacian of Rome died as a martyr in Rome, Italy but the date is still unknown. After his death, he was buried in the catacombs on the Appian Way.
Saint Trano of Sardinia
St Trano of Sardinia was a hermit.
Saint Quirinus of Tivoli
St Quirinus of Tivoli died as a martyr Tivoli, Italy but the date is still unknown. No reliable information has survived.
Saint Clateus of Brescia
St Clateus of Brescia died in 64 AD. He was a bishop of Brescia, Italy and martyred in the persecutions of Nero.
Saint Elsiar of Lavedan
St Elsiar of Lavedan died of natural causes in 1050 AD. He was a monk at St-Savin, Lavedan, France.
Saint Christa of Sicily
St Christa of Sicily died as a martyr in Sicily, Italy but the date is still unknown.
Saint Alexander of Verona
St Alexander of Verona was an eighth century bishop of Verona, Italy.
St Degan, also known as Dagan, was a sixth century spiritual student of St Petroc in Cornwall.
St Croidan was a sixth century spiritual student of St Petroc in Cornwall.
St Medan was a sixth century spiritual student of St Petroc in Cornwall.
Martyrs of Cilicia
Martyrs of Cilicia died in in Cilicia, Asia Minor (in modern Turkey). They were a group of 13 Christians who were martyred together.
Their names are;
Martyrs of Nyon
Martyrs of Nyon were beheaded in Noviodunum (modern Nyon, Switzerland). They were a group of 41 Christians martyred together for refusing to sacrifice to imperial Roman idols.
Their names are;
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Mary the Planter
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