This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on November 14 every year.
Saint Serapion of Algiers
Blessed John Licci
Blessed Maria Teresa of Jesus
Saint Nikola Tavelic
Blessed Maria Louise Merkert
Saint Dubricius of Wales
Saint Etienne-Théodore Cuenot
Saint John Osorinus
Saint Antigius of Langres
Saint Hypatius of Gangra
Saint Alberic of Utrecht
Saint Venerando the Centurian
Saint Pierre of Narbonne
Saint Serapion of Alexandria
St. Serapion of Alexandria was a man who was very public about his faith. Serapion was abused and killed in anti-Christian riots during the persecutions of Septimius Severus.
He died as a martyr after been thrown off the roof of his own home in 252 AD in Alexandria, Egypt.
Blessed Jean of Tufara
Blessed Jean of Tufara was also known as Jean of Tupharia, John of Tufaria. He was a hermit who helped found the Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Gualdo Mazocca near Campobasso, Italy in the late 1150’s. He died on November 14 1170 due to natural causes.
Saint Déodat of Rodez
St. Deodat of Rodez was born in Rodez, Aveyron in France. He was a Franciscan friar, a priest and a missionary to Palestine in 1384.
He was martyred by the Muslim authorities. He was burned alive on November 14 1391 near the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem and was canonized on June 21 1970 by Pope Paul VI.
Saint Stefano of Cuneo
St. Stefano of Cuneo was born in Cuneo, Italy. He was a Franciscan friar, a priest and a missionary to Palestine in 1384 AD. He was martyred by the Muslim authorities.
He was burned alive on November 14 1391 near the Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem and was canonized on June 21 1970 by Pope Paul VI.
Saint Adeltrude of Aurillac
St. Adeltrude of Aurillac was born in 830 AD in France and was also known as Adaltrude of Aurillac. He died in 879 AD.
Saint Ruf of Avignon
St. Ruf of Avignon was a fourth-century AD missionary to Avignon, France. He was the first to lead a Christian community there and has long been considered the first bishop of Avignon.
Saint Jucundus of Bologna
St. Jucundus of Bologna was a bishop of Bologna, Italy. He died in 485 AD due to natural causes.
St. Modanic was born in Scottland and was an eighth-century bishop, possibly in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Martyrs of Emesa
Martyrs of Emesa were a group of Christian women tortured and executed for their faith in the persecutions of the Arab chieftain Mady. They died at Emesa in modern-day Homs, Syria.
Martyrs of Heraclea
Martyrs of Heraclea were a group of Christians murdered together for their faith. They died in Heraclea, Thrace.
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Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Holy Fathers of Merida
Catholic Saint Feast Days in November
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