This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on March 7 every year.
👉 Saints Perpetua and Felicity
Saint Teresa Margaret Redi
Blessed Leonid Feodorov
Saint Siméon-François Berneux
Blessed José Ollalo Valdés
Blessed María Antonia de Paz y Figueroa
Saint Simon-Marie-Just Ranfer de Bretenières
Saint Ioannes Baptista Nam Chong-Sam
Saint Bernard-Louis Beaulieu
Saint Felicity of Carthage
Saint Pierre-Henri Dorie
Saint Drausinus of Soissons
Saint Esterwine of Wearmouth
Saint Gaudiosus of Brescia
Blessed Henry of Austria
Blessed John Larke
Saint Eubulus of Caesarea
Saint Eubulus of Caesarea travelled from Batanaea to Caesarea in Palestine to visit and minister to the Christians there. He was martyred with Saint Adrian in the persecutions of governor Firmilian in 7th March 308.
Blessed German Gardiner
Blessed German Gardiner also known as Jermyn Gardiner was educated at the University of Cambridge, England. He became the secretary to the bishop of Winchester, England. He was martyred on 7th March 1544 at Tyburn, London, England with Blessed John Larke for refusing to recognize the spiritual supremacy of the King of England. He was beatified on 29th December 1886 by Pope Leo XIII cultus confirmation.
Saint Paul the Simple
Saint Paul the Simple was a farmer. Upon the discovery of his wife’s adultery, Paul became a desert hermit. He was a spiritual student of Saint Anthony the Abbot. He was given the title ‘The Simple’ for his simple and humble acceptance of the teachings. He used to get visions and was known as a miracle worker. He died in 339 of natural causes.
Blessed Volker of Segeberg
Blessed Volker of Segeberg was a priest. He became the augustinian canon at the Segeberg monastery and fortress in modern Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, where he was a spiritual student of Saint Vicelin of Oldenburg. He served as a missionary to the surrounding area until he was killed by pagans in 1135 near Segeberg, Germany .His relics were interred in Neumünster, Germany . He died a martyr.
Blessed Maisam Pho Inpèng
Blessed Maisam Pho Inpèng born in 1934 in Sam Neua, Houaphan, Laos was a married layman in the apostolic vicariate of Vientiane (in modern Laos). He was martyred on 7th March 1970 in Den Din, Vientiane, Laos. He was beatified on 11th December 2016 by Pope Francis. His beatification recognition was celebrated in Vientiane, Laos, presided by Cardinal Angelo Amato.
Saint Ardo of Aniane
Saint Ardo of Aniane also known as Ardone or Smaragdus born in Languedoc part of modern France as Smaragdus was a monk at the abbey of Aniane, France, taking the name Ardo. He became the director of the abbey schools. He travelled with Saint Benedict of Aniane, served as his secretary, and wrote his biography and was abbot at Aniane. In 843 he died of natural causes.
Blessed Luc Sy
Blessed Luc Sy born in 1938 in Ban Pha Hôk, Xieng Khouang, Laos was a married layman catechist in the apostolic vicariate of Vientiane now modern Laos. He was martyred on 7th March 1970 in Den Din, Vientiane, Laos. On 11th December 2016 he was beatified by Pope Francis. His beatification recognition was celebrated in Vientiane, Laos, presided by Cardinal Angelo Amato.
Blessed John Ireland
Blessed John Ireland was a priest and became chaplain to Blessed John Larke and Saint Thomas More. He became a rector at Eltham, Kent, England from 1535 to 1536. he was martyred with Blessed German Gardiner and Blessed John Larke for denying that the King of England had supremacy over the Church on 7th March 1544 at Tyburn, London, England. On 15th December 1929 he was beatified by Pope Pius XI.
Blessed Daniel of Wichterich
Blessed Daniel of Wichterich also known as Daniel of Verden was chosen bishop of Verden, Germany on 27th November 1342. He served for nearly 14 years before retiring to the Carmelite monastery in Cologne, Germany in 1356. On 7th March 1364, he died at the Cistercian monastery in Altenberg, Germany of natural causes.
Blessed William of Assisi
Blessed William of Assisi also known as William the Englishman born in England may have been a priest. He joined the Franciscans and travelled with Saint Francis of Assisi in the early days of the Order. In 1232 he died in Assisi, Italy of natural causes.
Blessed Reinhard of Reinhausen
Blessed Reinhard of Reinhausen also known as Reginhard was a monk of Helmarshausen in modern Bad Karlshafen, Germany. He became the head of the abbey school at Stavelot, Belgium. He was first abbot at Reinhausen, Germany in 1130. He died in 1168.
Saint Paul of Prusa
Saint Paul of Prusa also known as Paul of Pelusium was the bishop of Prusa, Bithynia part of modern Turkey. H e opposed the iconoclasts, and for his trouble he was exiled to Egypt where he spent the rest of his life. He died in 840 in Egypt of natural causes.
Saint Deifer of Bodfari
Saint Deifer of Bodfari was a sixth century founder and abbey of Bodfari Abbey in Clwyd, Wales.
Saint Enodoch also known as Wenedoc was venerated in Wales. He died in 520.
Martyrs of Carthage
Martyrs of Carthage was a catechist and three students martyred together for teaching and learning the faith. We know little more than their names which are Revocatus, Saturninus, Saturus and Secundulus. He was mauled by wild beasts and beheaded 7 March 203 at Carthage, North Africa.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Mocelloc of Magh-Scethe
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