This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on May 14 every year.
Saint Fortunatus of Aquileia
Saint Boniface of Tarsus
Saint Boniface of Tarsus lived as a steward to Saint Alexius. He travelled from Rome, Italy to Tarsus, Cilicia (in modern Turkey) to recover the bodies of martyrs there and suffered the same fate there himself after being beheaded in the year 307 in Tarsus, Cilicia (in modern Turkey).
His relics are enshrined in the Church of Saints Alexis and Boniface on the Aventine in Rome, Italy.
Saint Pons of Pradleves
Saint Pons of Pradleves, also known as, Pontius or Ponzio was said to have traditionally been a member of the Theban Legion and worked with Saint Costanzo to preach to the region around the rivers Grana and Maira in northern Italy. His patronage was believed to be in Pradleves, Italy.
Saint Pontius of Cimiez
Saint Pontius of Cimiez was believed to have been martyred in the persecutions of Valerian and Gallienus in the year 258 in Cimella, France. His patronage was said to have been in Saint-Pons, France.
His relics are enshrined in Saint-Pons, France, which was named for him
Saint Justa of Sardinia
Saint Justa of Sardinia, also known as, Giusta, was killed as a martyr in the persecutions of Hadrian in the year 130 AD at Sardinia, Italy. His patronage was said to have been in the diocese of Ales-Terralba, Italy and Gesico, Italy.
Saint Costanzo of Vercelli
Saint Costanzo of Vercelli was a poet and lived as a Bishop of Vercelli, Italy in the year 530 AD. He passed away in the year 541 AD at Vercelli, Italy due to natural causes.
Saint Henedina of Sardinia
Saint Henedina of Sardinia, also known as, Enedina was murdered as a martyr in the persecutions of Hadrian in the year 130 at Sardinia, Italy. His patronage was said to have been in the diocese of Ales-Terralba, Italy.
Saint Boniface of Ferentino
Saint Boniface of Ferentino was a bishop of Ferentino in the 6th century, Tuscany, Italy during the reign of Roman Emperor Justin. A writing about him exists by Saint Gregory the Great. His patronage was said to have been against alcoholics.
Saint Gal of Clermont-Ferrand
Saint Gal of Clermont-Ferrand, also known as, Gallo was Uncle of Saint Gregory of Tours and a bishop of Clermont-Ferrand, France in the mid-6th century. He passed away in 551 AD due to natural causes.
Saint Justina of Sardinia
Saint Justina of Sardinia, also known as Giustina, was murdered as a martyr in the persecutions of Hadrian in 130 AD. His patronage was said to have been in the diocese of Ales-Terralba, Italy.
Saint Tuto of Regensburg
Saint Tuto of Regensburg, also known as, Totto of Regensburg, lived as a monk and then as an Abbott of Saint Emmeram Abbey in Regensburg, Germany. He was also a Bishop of Regensburg.
He died in the year 930 AD.
Saint Dyfan, also known as Deruvianus or Damian was a missionary to the Britons in the second century sent by Pope Saint Eleutherius at the request of King Saint Lucius. He passed away as a martyr.
Saint Engelmer was the son of a poor labourer and well known for his piety. He also lived as a hermit near Passau, Germany. He passed away as a martyr in the year 1096 AD.
Saint Maximus was believed to have passed away as a martyr in the persecutions of Decius after being stoned to death in Asia Minor, modern Turkey.
Martyrs of Seoul
Petrus Choe Pil-je, Lucia Yun Un-hye, Candida Jeong Bok-hye, Thaddeus Jeong In-hyeok and Carolus Jeong Cheol-sang are the names of those commonly referred to as the Martyrs of Seoul and were believed to be a group of lay people martyred together in the apostolic vicariate of Korea on the 14th May of 1801 at the small West gate, Seoul, South Korea.
They were beatified on the 15th of August of 2014 by Pope Francis.
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