This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on March 2 every year.
Saint Chad of Mercia
Saint Angela of the Cross Guerrero
Saint Agnes of Prague
Saint John Maron
Blessed Engelmar Unzeitig
Blessed Charles the Good
Saint Luke Casali
Saint Joavan of Brittany
Saint Quintus the Thaumaturge
Blessed Girolamo Carmelo di Savoia
Saint Cynibild of Laestingaeu
Saint Fergna the White
Saint Cuán of Ahascragh
St. Cuán of Ahascragh was also known as Cuán of Áth Eascrach, Cavan, Cuana, Dochua Oiléin, Dochuailéan or Mochua. He was listed in the early saint lists no further details about him is known. He died in 770 due to natural causes.
Saint Felix of Treves
St. Felix of Treves was a bishop of Treves, France in the late 4th-century. He was a zealous opponent of the Priscillianist heresy. Late in life he retired to live as a monk. Most early records of his diocese were destroyed in the 9th century, and no other information about him has survived.
Saint Prosperus of Como
St. Prosperus of Como was also known as Prospero. He was a bishop of Como, Italy in the latter 6th century. In 600AD he died of natural causes and was buried in the basilica of Sant’Abbondio in Como, Italy. His relics re-discovered in 1687.
St. Willeic was born in England and was also known as Velleicus, Willaik or Willeicus. He was a Benedictine monk and a spiritual student of St. Swithbert. He was a Prior and then an abbot of the abbey of Kaiserwerth, Germany. In 726 he died of natural causes.
Saint Basileus the Martyr
St. Basileus the Martyr was martyred in the persecution of Valerian. He died in 258AD at Rome, Italy and was buried beside the Latin Way.
St. Troas was also known as Troade. He was martyred in the persecutions of Decius. St. Gregory the Wonderworker wrote about him. He died at Neo-Caesarea, Pontus (modern Turkey).
Saint Jovinus the Martyr
St. Jovinus the Martyr was martyred in the persecution of Valerian. He died in 258AD at Rome, Italy and was buried beside the Latin Way.
Saint Lorgius of Caesarea
St. Lorgius of Caesarea was also known as Lorgio. He died as a martyr at Caesarea, Cappadocia at an unknown date.
Saint Absolon of Caesarea
St. Absolon of Caesarea was also known as Absala of Caesarea. He was martyred at Caesarea, Cappadocia at an unknown date.
St. Slebhene was born in Ireland and was also known as Slebhine. He was a monk and an abbot of Iona, Scotland from 752 to 767 when he died.
St. Gistilian was also known as Gistlian. He was a fifth-sixth century monk at Menevia, Wales. St. David of Wales was his nephew.
Saint Lucius of Caesarea
St. Lucius of Caesarea died as a martyr at Caesarea, Cappadocia at an unknown date.
Martyrs of Campania
The Martyrs of Campania were also known as Martyrs under the Lombards. They were approximately 400 northern Italian Christians martyred for their faith by pagan Lombards. Their story was recorded by Pope Saint Gregory the Great, who reports that they people spent their final days supporting each other with prayer. In Campania, Italy 579AD is where they died.
Martyrs of Porto Romano
The Martyrs of Porto Romano were a group of Christians martyred in the persecution of Diocletian. They died in 305AD at Porto Romano at the mouth of the River Tiber, Rome, Italy.
Their names are;
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