This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on November 6 every year.
Saint Winnoc of Wormhoult
Blessed Christina of Stommeln
Blessed Thomas Ochia Jihyoe
Saint Melaine of Rennes
Saint Paul of Constantinople
Saint Protasius of Lausanne
Saint Emilian of Faenza
Saint Theobald of Dorat
Saint Demetrian of Cyprus
Blessed Beatrice of Olive
Saint Israel of Limoges
Saint Barlaam of Novgorod
Blessed Leonianus of Autun
Saint Severus of Barcelona
Blessed Bernard of Apiano
Blessed Bernard of Apiano was a Mercedarian at the convent of St. Martin in Perpignan, France. He was noted for his personal piety, hist observance of the Mercedarian rule and his depth of education.
Saint Erlafrid of Hirschau
Saint Erlafrid of Hirschau was also known as Erlafrid of Calw and was born in the late 8th century. He was a Count of Calw in Swabia (modern Germany). He founded Hirschau Abbey which he entered as a Benedictine monk and where he eventually served as an abbot. He died in the mid 9th century.
Saint Felix of Thyniss
St. Felix of Thyniss was also known as Felix of Thynissa and was African. He was arrested for his faith and was found dead in Thyniss in north Africa in prison before his scheduled execution.
Blessed Simon of Aulne
Blessed Simon of Aulne was a cistercian lay brother at the Aulne Abbey in the diocese of Liege in Belgium. A mystic and visionary, known to fall into ecstasies during prayer. He died in 1215 due to natural causes.
Saint Leonard of Reresby
St. Leonard of Reresby was born in Thryberg in Yorkshire, England. He was a crusader and was captured by Saracens but was miraculously freed. He died in the 13th century in Yorkshire, England due to natural causes.
Saint Felix of Genoa
St. Felix of Genoa was the second bishop of Genoa in Italy in 400AD. He was a spiritual teacher of St. Syrus of Genoa. When he died his relics were enshrined in the basilica of Twelve Apostles in Genoa, Italy.
Saint Valentine of Genoa
St. Valentine of Genoa was a bishop of Genoa in Italy from 295AD. He died in 307AD due to natural causes and his relics were found and enshrined in 985.
Saint Efflam of Brittany
St Efflam of Brittany was the son of a British prince. He founded a monastery in Brittany, France and it served as his first abbot. He died in 700AD due to natural causes.
Saint Edwen of Northumbria
St. Edwen of Northumbria was a seventh century consecrated virgin. She was the daughter of St. Edwin of Northumbria. She is the patron saint for Llanedwen, Anglesey and Wales.
Saint Stephen of Apt
St. Stephen of Apt was born in 975 in Agde, France. He was a bishop of Apt in France in 1010 where he re-built the cathedral. He died in 1046 due to natural causes.
Saint Felix of Fondi
St. Felix of Fondi was a benedictine monk at Fondi in Italy. He was held in high regard by St. Gregory the Great. He died in the 6th century due to natural causes.
St. Pinnock has a church in Cornwall, England that is dedicated to him but no information about him is known.
St. Atticus was martyred in Phrygia.
Ten Martyrs of Antioch
The ten Martyrs of Antioch were ten Christians who murdered together by Arabs after their seizure of Antioch in Syria. No names or other details about them are known. They died in 637AD in Antioch, Syria.
Martyrs of Gaza
Matyrs of Gaza were a group of Christian soldiers who were captured by Saracens invading the area of Gaza in Palestine. When the men continued to profess their Christianity, they were executed. We know the names of some of the martyrs. They are Himerius, John (2 of them), Kallinikos (Callinoco), Paul, Peter, Stephen and Theodore (2 of them). They were beheaded in Gaza in Palestine.
Martyrs of the Spanish Civil War
These are the names of some of the thousands of people were murdered from 1934 to 1939, during the anti-Catholic persecutions of the Spanish Civil War.
Today celebrates the entire group
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Peter Amelio
- Garcia Darlet
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