Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Saint of the Day for May 21

This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on May 21 every year.

👉 Saint Christopher Magallanes Jara, Priest and Martyr and Companions, Martyrs

Martyrs of the Mexican Revolution

Saint Agustin Caloca Cortes

Saint Atilano Cruz Alvarado

Saint Cristobal Magallanes Jara

Saint David Galván-Bermúdez

Saint David Roldán-Lara

Saint David Uribe-Velasco

Saint Jenaro Sánchez DelGadillo

Saint Jesús Méndez-Montoya

Saint Jose Isabel Flores Varela

Saint José María Robles Hurtado

Saint Julio Alvarez Mendoza

Saint Justino Orona Madrigal

Saint Luis Batiz Sainz

Saint Manuel Moralez

Saint Margarito Flores-García

Saint Mateo Correa-Magallanes

Saint Miguel de la Mora

Saint Pedro de Jesús Maldonado-Lucero

Saint Pedro Esqueda Ramírez

• Saint Rodrigo Aguilar Alemán

Saint Roman Adame Rosales

Saint Sabas Reyes Salazar

Saint Salvador Lara Puente

Saint Toribio Romo González

Saint Tranquilino Ubiarco Robles

Saint Eugene de Mazenod

Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Saint Godric of Finchale

Blessed Hyacinth-Marie Cormier

Saint Restituta of Corsica

Saint Collen of Denbighshire

Blessed Pietro Parenzo

Saint Hospitius of Cap-Saint-Hospice

Blessed Hemming of Åbo, Turku

Blessed Manuel Gomez Gonzalez

Blessed Jean Mopinot

Saint Bairfhion of Killbarron

Blessed Adilio Daronch

Blessed Silao

Saint Paternus of Vannes

Saint Serapion the Sindonite

St Serapion the Sindonite was born in Egypt and died of natural causes in 356 AD. He was an early desert monk whose unflinching dedication to the ascetic life was an example to many others at the beginning of the monastic movement. Additionally, he was a pilgrim to Rome, Italy.

Saint Ageranus of Bèze

St Ageranus of Bèze, also known as Ayran or Ayrman died in 888 at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a Benedictine monk and was martyred defending the altar at the monastery of Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Polieuctus of Caesarea

St Polieuctus of Caesarea was also known as Polieuto or Polieutto. He died as a martyr in Caesarea, Cappadocia (in modern Turkey).

Saint Isberga

St Isberga, also known as Itisberga, died of natural causes in 800 AD. She was a sister of Charlemagne and also a nun at Aire in the Artois region of France. In addition, he is the patron saint of Artois, France.

Saint Secundus of Alexandria

St Secundus of Alexandria died during the Pentecost season at Alexandria, Egypt but in unknown year. He was a priest and was martyred along with a group of unnamed clergy in the persecutions of Constantius for opposing the Arian heresy.

Blessed Lucio del Rio

Blessed Lucio del Rio was born in 1242 AD and died of natural causes in 1342 AD at the Santa Eulalia Mercedarian convent in Barcelona, Spain. He was a Mercedarian priest and also a confessor of King James II of Castille, and the Infanta Isabella.

Saint Genesius of Bèze

St Genesius of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a Benedictine monk and was martyred defending the altar at the monastery Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Ansuinus of Bèze

St Ansuinus of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a priest martyred defending the altar at the monastery Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Berard of Bèze

St Berard of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a Benedictine monk and was martyred defending the altar at the monastery Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Sifrard of Bèze

St Sifrard of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a Benedictine monk and was later killed defending the altar at the Bèze Abbey, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Rodron of Bèze

St Rodron of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a Benedictine monk and was later killed defending the altar at the Bèze Abbey, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Nicostratus of Caesarea Philippi

St Nicostratus of Caesarea Philippi died in Caesarea Philippi. He was a soldier and also a tribune in the imperial Roman army. He was martyred together with other soldiers.

Saint Adalric of Bèze

St Adalric of Bèze died in 888 AD at Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France. He was a young boy and was martyred at the monastery of Bèze, Côte-d’Or, France against Norman invaders.

Saint Antiochus of Caesarea Philippi

St Antiochus of Caesarea Philippi was martyred with other soldiers in Caesarea Philippi. He was a soldier ans also a tribune in the imperial Roman army.

Saint Theobald of Vienne

St Theobald of Vienne, also known as Thibaud of Vienne, died in 1001 AD. He was an Archbishop of Vienne, France from 970 to 1001.

Saint Eutychius of Mauretania

St Eutychius of Mauretania was a deacon in Mauretania Caesariensis in North Africa and was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian.

Saint Timothy of Mauretania

St Timothy of Mauretania was a deacon in Mauretania Caesariensis in North Africa and was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian.

Saint Polius of Mauretania

St Polius of Mauretania was a deacon in Mauretania Caesariensis in North Africa and was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian.

Saint Valens of Auxerre

St Valens of Auxerre died in Auxerre, France. He was a bishop and was martyred with three boys whose names have not come down to us.

Saint Secundinus of Cordoba

St Secundinus of Cordoba died in306 AD in Cordoba, Spain. He was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian.

Saint Mantius of Evora

St Mantius of Evora, also known as Mancinelli, was a 1st-century bishop of évora, Portugal and also a martyr.

Saint Victorius of Caesarea

St Victorius of Caesarea died as a martyr in Caesarea, Cappadocia (in modern Turkey).

Saint Donatus of Caesarea

St Donatus of Caesarea died as a martyr in Caesarea, Cappadocia.

Saint Synesius

St Synesius was a martyr.

Saint Vales

St Vales was a fourth century priest in France.

Saint Theopompus

St Theopompus was a Martyr.

Martyrs of Egypt

Martyrs of Egypt was a large number of bishops, priests, deacons and lay people banished when the Arian heretics seized the diocese of Alexandria, Egypt in 357 AD and drove out St Athanasius and other orthodox Christians. Many were old, many infirm, and many, many died of abuse and privations while on the road and in the wilderness. Very few survived to return to their homes in 361 AD when Julian the Apostate recalled all Christians; and then many of those later died in the persecutions of Julian.

Martyrs of Pentecost in Alexandria

Martyrs of Pentecost in Alexandria died in 339 AD in Alexandria, Egypt. They were an unspecified number of Christian clerics and lay people who, on Pentecost in 338, were rounded up by order of the Arian bishop and emperor Constantius, and were either killed or exiled for refusing to accept Arian teachings.

List of Saints Whose Feast Day is May 21 - Catholic Saint of the Day
List of Saints Whose Feast Day is May 21 – Catholic Saint of the Day

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