This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on March 19 2023.
👉 Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Blessed Sibyllina Biscossi
Blessed Marcel Callo
Blessed Isnard de Chiampo
Saint Alkmund of Northumbria
Blessed Clement of Dunblane
Blessed Jan Turchan
Blessed Anton Muzaj
Blessed Andrea Gallerani
Blessed John of Parma
Saint John the Syrian of Pinna
Blessed Mark of Montegallo
Saint Lanoald of Maastricht
Saint Lactali of Freshford
Saint Pancharius of Nicomedia
St. Pancharius of Nicomedia was a Roman senator and imperial officer who held favor with Emperor Maximian.
He underwent a conversion to Christianity during the first wave of persecutions after receiving a letter from his mother and sister about their faith. He was later martyred in Nicomedia in the year 303 by beheading.
Saint Adrian of Maastricht
St. Adrian of Maastricht, also known as Hadrian, was a monk in Maastricht, Netherlands and a spiritual disciple of St. Landoald of Maastricht.
He was killed by robbers while he was seeking alms for his community, and this event occurred in the year 668 AD. He is venerated as a martyr for giving his life in service to his fellow brothers.
Saint Amantius of Wintershoven
St. Amantius of Wintershoven was a deacon who hailed from Rome, Italy. Along with St. Landoald, he preached the Gospel in the regions that now encompass France and Belgium.
He established the church in Wintershoven, and he died in the year 668 AD.
Saint Auxilius of Ireland
St. Auxilius of Ireland, also known as Auxilius of Killossey, was a companion of St. Patrick in spreading Christianity throughout Ireland during the fifth century. He eventually became the bishop of Killossey in Ireland and passed away in the year 460 AD.
Saint Corbasius of Quimperlé
St. Leontius of Saintes, also known as Corbase, was a monk who lived in Brittany, France during the seventh century. He became the abbot of the Quimperlé monastery located in Finistère, France.
Saint Leontius of Saintes
St. Leontius of Saintes actually has two memorials. One is on October 14th, which commemorates the translation of his relics, while the other is on March 19, which marks his feast day.
St. Leontius of Saintes was not just a monk and abbot of the Quimperlé monastery in Finistère, France, but also a bishop of Saintes, France.
He was known to be a close friend of St. Malo, whom he provided shelter during his exile. St. Leontius of Saintes died in the year 640 AD.
Saint Colocer of Saint-Brieuc
St. Colocer of Saint-Brieuc was a sixth-century saint who lived in the diocese of Saint-Brieuc, France. No further details about him is known.
Saint Cuthbert of Brittany
St. Cuthbert of Brittany was born in Brittany, France. She was also known as Cuthbertus. No other details about her is known.
Saint Leontinus of Braga
St. Leontinus of Braga was also known as Leontius of Braga. He was an early bishop of Braga, Portugal, and a martyr.
Saint Apollonius of Braga
St. Apollonius of Braga was also known as Apollonios. He was an early bishop of Braga, Portugal, and a martyr.
St. Gemus was a monk, probably at Moyenmoutier in the Alsace (part of modern France). His relics are at Horbach, Germany.
Martyrs of Sorrento
The Martyrs of Sorrento are a group of four siblings – three sisters and a brother – who were martyred together in Sorrento, Italy.
The exact date of their martyrdom is unknown. The siblings were named Mark, Quartilla, Quintilla, and Quintius.
Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War
The Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War were a group of individuals who were killed between 1934 and 1939, during the anti-Catholic persecutions that took place during the Spanish Civil War.
Their names are;
- Alberto Linares de La Pinta
- Jaume Trilla Lastra
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