This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on March 15 2023.
Saint Clement Mary Hofbauer
Blessed Jan Adalbert Balicki
Blessed Artemide Zatti
Saint Louise de Marillac
Blessed Anthony of Milan
Blessed Francis of Fermo
Blessed Monaldus of Ancona
Pope Saint Zachary
Blessed William Hart
Saint Aristobulus of Britannia
Blessed Pío Conde y Conde
Saint Menignus of Parium
Saint Leocritia of Cordoba
Blessed Walter of Quesnoy
Saint Nicander of Alexandria
St. Nicander of Alexandria was an Egyptian born physician known for his charitable work, particularly for ministering to and treating individuals imprisoned for their religious beliefs.
He was also known for providing Christian burials to those who died as martyrs during the persecutions under Diocletian.
Sadly, he was imprisoned, tortured, and ultimately martyred for his faith and good deeds. In the 4th century, he was beheaded in Alexandria, Egypt.
Blessed Arnold of Siena
Blessed Arnold of Siena, also known as Arnaldo, was a scholar of law who studied in Toulouse, France. He later became an Augustinian hermit and took his vows on July 11, 1494.
Known for his strict adherence to the rules of his order, he passed away from natural causes on May 20, 1507. While he was never officially beatified, popular devotion to him began shortly after his death.
Blessed Ludovico de la Pena
Blessed Ludovico de la Pena was a Mercedarian monk who resided at the convent of Santa Eulalia in Seville, Spain.
He was known for performing miracles, including restoring sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, and even raising the dead to life. According to tradition, he died during a vision of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Blessed Peter Pasquale
Blessed Peter Pasquale was a member of the Mercedarian order, and he received his habit from St. Peter Nolasco. He served as the first abbot of the San Martino monastery located in Perpignan, France, and was known for his ability to perform miracles.
Saint Mancius of Evora
St. Mancius of Evora, who was a Christian slave, was born in Rome, Italy during the 5th century. He was purchased by Jewish traders in Rome and brought to Evora, Portugal where he was later martyred by his new owners. He died in Evora, Portugal during the 5th century.
Eusebio II, also known as Eusebius II of Vercelli, served as the bishop of Vercelli, Italy starting from the year 501 AD. He passed away in the year 520 AD.
St. Speciosus, who was originally a wealthy landowner in Campania, Italy, and his brother Gregory decided to become monks and received their religious habit from St. Benedict at Monte Cassino.
Speciosus later lived as a monk in Terracina. He died in Capua, Italy in 555 AD of natural causes.
Saint Bodian of Hanvec
St. Bodian of Hanvec was born in the 6th century in Wales. He was also known as Bodianus of Hanvec or Bozian of Hanvec. No other information about him is known.
St. Sisebuto was also known as Sisebut. He was a monk and an abbot of the Spanish monastery of Cardena. In 1086, he died of natural causes near Burgos, Castile, Spain.
Saint Eoghan of Concullen
St. Eoghan of Concullen was born in the County Tipperary, Ireland and was the son of Saran of Concullen. He was a monk.
Three Daughters of Eltin
The three daughters of Eltin were listed in several Irish martyrologues, but no details about them are known.
Saint Vicenta of Coria
St. Vicenta of Coria was a nun and a martyr. She died in 424 in Coria, Hispania Lusitana (in modern Portugal).
Saint Matrona of Capua
St. Matrona of Capua was a nun in Capua, Italy.
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