This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on November 1 every year.
👉 Solemnity of All Saints (All Saints Day)
Saint Nuño de Santa Maria Álvares Pereira
Blessed Rupert Mayer
Blessed Teodor Jurij Romzha
Blessed Ranieri Rasini
Blessed Peter Paul Navarro
Rachel the Matriarch
Saint Caesarius of Africa
Saint Valentin Faustino Berri Ochoa
Saint Benignus of Dijon
Saint Genesius of Lyon
Saint Vigor of Bayeux
Saint Jerome Hermosilla
Saint Pere Josep Almató Ribera Auras
Saint Marcel of Paris
Blessed Dionysius Fugixima
Deborah the Prophetess
Saint Lucinus of Angers
Saint Julian of Africa
Saint Germanus of Montfort
Blessed Petrus Onizuka Sadayu
Saint Magnus of Milan
Saint Salaun of Leseven
Saint Floribert of Ghent
Blessed Clemens Kyuemon
Saint Cledwyn of Wales
Saint Severinus of Tivoli
St Severinus of Tivoli was a Benedictine monk and a hermit at Tivoli, Italy. He died of natural causes in 609 AD and his relics were enshrined in the church Saint Laurence in Tivoli, Italy
Saint Pabiali of Wales
St Pabiali of Wales is the patron saint of Partypallai, Wales where a chapel in Wales is dedicated to him.
Saint Harold the King
St Harold the King was the first Christian king of Denmark. He died in 980 AD, in Denmark when he was martyred by his pagan people for trying to convert them to Christians
Saint Cyrenia of Tarsus
St Cyrenia of Tarsus was burned to death and martyred with Saint Juliana in 306 AD at Tarsus, Asia Minor during the persecutions of Galerius and Maximian.
Saint Juliana of Tarsus
St Juliana of Tarsus was burned to death and martyred with Saint Cyrenia in 306 AD at Tarsus, Asia Minor during the persecutions of Galerius and Maximian.
St Ludre was the son of a senator of Bourges in modern France. He died still wearing the white robes almost immediately after baptism. His relics are interrred at Deols on the Indre in modern France.
Saint Mary the Slave
St Mary the Slave was a Christian slave in the house of Tertullus, a patrician in Rome, Italy. She was martyred in 300 AD during the persecutions of Diocletian.
St Ceitho was one of five brothers in the 6th century, all of whom are venerated as saints in Wales. He founded a church in Llangeitho, Dyfed, Wales. He is the patron saint of Llangeitho, Wales
Saint Rómulo of Bourges
St Rómulo of Bourges was also known as Romolo. He was a priest, a monk and an abbot in Bourges, Aquitaine, now in modern-day France in the fifth-century.
Saint Dacius of Damascus
St Dacius of Damascus was also known as Decius of Damascus. He was martyred in Damascus, Syria together with six companions.
Saint James of Persia
St James of Persia was martyred in 344 AD in Persia together with Saint John during the persecution of King Shapur II.
Saint John of Persia
St John of Persia was a bishop who was martyred in 344 AD, with Saint James of Persia during the persecutions of King Shapur II.
Saint Caesarius of Damascus
St Caesarius of Damascus was martyred in Damascus, Syria together with six companions.
St Dingad was the son of the chieftain Saint Brychan of Brecknock in the fifth century. He became a hermit in Llandovery, Dyfed, Wales.
Saint Peter Absalon
St Peter Absalon was buried alive in 300 AD at Caesarea, Palestine and died as a Martyr.
Saint Gal of Clermont
St Gal of Clermont was the Bishop of Clermont, France from 640 AD to 650 AD.
St Meigan was also known as Megan. He was a monk at Cor Beuno, Carnarvon, Wales.
St Nichole was an abbess of the convent at Almenêches Abbey, France.
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Our Lady of Heede
Catholic Saint Feast Days in November
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