This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on June 6 every year.
Saint Rafael Guízar y Valencia
Saint Marcellin-Joseph-Benoît Champagnat
Blessed Józef Wojciech Guz
Saint Bertrand of Aquileia
Blessed Gilbert of Neufontaines
Saint Jarlath of Tuam
Saint Phêrô Thuan
Saint Phêrô Dung
Blessed Falco of Cava
Saint Vinh-Son Duong
Saint Claudius of Besançon
Saint Eustorgius II of Milan
Saint Ceratius of Grenoble
Saint Alexander of Fiesole
Blessed William Greenwood
Blessed Gerard Tintorio
Saint Paulina of Rome
St Paulina of Rome, also known as Paolina, died as a martyr and was buried alive under a pile of stones in 302 AD. She was a daughter of St Artemius of Rome and St Candida of Rome. Additionally, she was brought to the faith by St Peter the Exorcist and baptised by St Marcellinus.
Saint Artemius of Rome
St Artemius of Rome, also known as Artemio, was beheaded in 302 AD. He was a husband to St Candida of Rome and a father of Saint Paulina of Rome. Additionally, he was a jailer, a martyr and was brought to the faith by St Peter the Exorcist and baptised by St Marcellinus.
Saint Agobard of Lyon
St Agobard of Lyon was born in 769 AD in Spain and died in natural causes in 840 AD. He was a refugee to France in his youth after escaping the Moorish invasions of Spain. Additionally, he was a priest at Lyon, France and later become an Archbishop of Lyons in 813. He was deeply involved in the politics of his day and wrote works on theology and the liturgy.
Saint Candida of Rome
St Candida of Rome was a martyr buried alive under a pile of stones in 302 AD. She was wife to St Artemius of Rome and a mother of St Paulina of Rome. She was brought to the faith by St Peter the Exorcist and baptised by St Marcellinus.
Saint Grazia of Germagno
St Grazia of Germagno died as a martyr and his relics were transferred from the catacombs of Ciriaca in Rome, Italy to Germagno, Italy in 1842 and enshrined in the church of San Bartolomeo.
Saint Alexander of Noyon
St Alexander of Noyon was born and diet in Cannes, France. Three of his brothers together with him were converts then later become a priests. Additionally, he become a bishop of Noyon, France and was martyred for his faith with five other priests, three of them his brothers.
Saint Amantius of Noyon
St Amantius of Noyon was born and died in Cannes, France. Together with his three brothers were converts, then later become a priests and later a bishop of Noyon, France. He was later martyred for his faith with five other priests and three of them his brothers.
Saint Hilarion the Younger
St Hilarion the Younger, also known as Ilarione, died in 845 AD. He was a priest, a monk and later archimandrite of the monastery of Dalmazio. For defending the use of icons and other images, he was imprisoned, whipped and exiled.
Blessed Daniel of Bergamo
Blessed Daniel of Bergamo, also known as Daniele, and died 1460 AD. He was venerated in Bergamo, Italy, but no details about him have survived. Additionally, an image of him is in the chapel of an Bernardino in Bergamo, Italy.
St Cocca, also known as Cox, Cucca or Cuach, was a patronage of Kilcock, Ireland. The name of Kilcock, a town under his patronage, is derived from the phrase Cocca’s cell, so he was presumably a monk or hermit.
Saint Colmán of Orkney
St Colmán of Orkney, also known as Colmoco, died 1010 AD. He was a bishop of the Orkney Islands off the coast of Scotland, consecrated in Rome, Italy 994 AD.
Blessed Gundisalvus of Azebeyro
Blessed Gundisalvus of Azebeyro died of natural causes in 1466 AD. He was Cistercian Benedictine monk and later become an abbot at Azebeyro, Spanish Galicia.
Saint Bessarion of Egypt
St Bessarion of Egypt was a fourth-century beggar pilgrim to holy places who finally settled to lives as a hermit in the desert of Skete in Egypt.
Saint Anoub of Skete
St Anoub of Skete died of natural causes in later 5th century in the desert of Skete in Egypt. He was a hermit in the desert of Skete in Egypt.
Saint Vincent of Bevagna
St Vincent of Bevagna was martyred in 303 AD. He was a first bishop of Bevagna, Italy. He was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian.
Blessed Lorenzo de Masculis
Blessed Lorenzo de Masculis died 1535 AD at Ortona, Abruzzo, Italy. He was a Franciscan Friar Minor priest and a famous preacher.
Saint John of Verona
St John of Verona was a seventh century bishop of Verona, Italy and was noted for his ministry to the poor.
Saint Bazalota of Abyssinia
St Bazalota of Abyssinia was a 4th century nun in Abyssinia (modern Ethiopia).
Saint Euphemia of Abyssinia
St Euphemia of Abyssinia was a 4th century nun in Abyssinia (modern Ethiopia).
Martyrs of Tarsus
Martyrs of Tarsus were martyred in Tarsus (in modern Turkey). They were a group of 20 martyrs who were killed together during the persecutions of Diocletian.
Mercedarian Fathers of Avignon
Mercedarian Fathers of Avignon died in Avignon, France of plague. Several Mercedarians from the Santa Maria convent of Avignon, France who worked with plague victims in that city, and died of the disease themselves.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
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