This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on May 9 every year.
Isaiah the Prophet
Blessed Fortis Gabrielli
Blessed Fortis Gabrielli was born in Gubbio, Umbria, Italy,lived as a hermit in the mountains near Scheggia, Italy and at the monastery of Fontavellana and was a spritual student of Blessed Ludolph.
He was also a benedictine monk. He passed away on the 9th of May 1040 AD due to natural causes and was beatified on the 17th of March, 1756 AD by Pope Benedict XIV, confirmed by Cultus.
Saint Gerontius of Cervia
Saint Gerontius of Cervia, also known as Geronzio, lived as a Bishop of Cervia, Italy. His patronage was said to have been in Cagli, Italy.
He passed away as a martyr in the year 501 AD on the Flaminian Way at Cagli, Italy.
Saint Sanctan of Kill-da-Les
Saint Sanctan of Kill-da-Les, also known as, Sanctain, was born in northern Britain and was the son of King Sawyl Penuchel.
He lived as a bishop of Kill-da-Les (Kill-na-Sanctan) in Ireland in the 6th century.
Saint Brynoth of Scara
Saint Brynoth of Scara was born in Sweden and lived as a Bishop of Scara West Gothland, Sweden for 38 years.
He passed away on 6th of February, the year 1317 AD due to natural causes and was pronounced saint in the year 1498 AD.
Saint Beatus of Laon
Saint Beatus of Laon, also known as, Beatus of Vendome was born of Italy and was a cave-living hermit and missionary in the area of Laon, France in the 3rd century.
Saint John of Châlon
Saint John of Châlon lived as a Bishop of Châlon-sur-Saône, France and was consecrated by Saint Patiens of Lyons.
He passed away in the year 475 AD due to natural causes
Saint Vincent of Montes
Saint Vincent of Montes lived as a monk, a spiritual apprentice of Saint Gennadius and was Abbott of San Pedro de Monted Abbey in Spain. He passed away in the year 950 AD.
Saint Gorfor of Llanover
Saint Gorfor of Llanover was born in Welsh and said to have his patronage in Llanover, Gwent, Wales. Records of his life did not survive.
Saint Hermas of Rome
Saint Hermas of Rome lived as a Bishop of Philippi. He was the first century Roman mentioned in Saint Paul’s Epistle to the Romans and was believed to have passed away as a martyr.
Saint Dionysius of Vienne
Saint Dionysius of Vienne, also known as, Denis, was remembered to be a bishop of Vienne, France. He passed away in the year 193 AD.
Martyrs of Persia
The Martyrs of Persia were believed to be a group of 310 Christians murdered together for their faith in Persia. Details of their lives did not survive.
20 Mercedarian Martyrs of Riscala
The 20 Mercedarian Martyrs of Riscala were Mercedarian friars who were murdered by Huguenot heretics for refusing to denounce their faith in the 16th century at the Santa Maria convent at Riscala, France.
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