This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on November 7 every year.
Saint Engelbert of Cologne
Saint Peter Ou
Saint Willibrord of Echternach
Blessed Anthony Baldinucci
Saint Vincent Liêm
Saint Vincenzo Grossi
Saint Jacinto Castañeda Puchasóns
Saint Prosdocimus of Padua
Blessed Lucia of Settefonti
Saint Tremorus of Brittany
Saint Florentius of Strasbourg
Saint Gébétrude of Remiremont
Saint Ernest of Mecca
Saint Herculanus of Perugia
Saint Hieron of Mytilene
Blessed Lazarus the Stylite
Blessed Lazarus the Stylite set an example by turning his back on the world and living for prayer by living without shelter on top of a series of columns for many years. He often survived on bread and water. He died in
1054 on Mount Galision near Ephesus, Asia Minor due to natural causes.
Saint Melasippus of Ancyra
St. Melasippus of Ancyra was also known as Melasippo. He was married to Saint Carina of Ancyra. He was the father of Saint Anthony of Ancyra. He was martyred in the persecutions of Julian the Apostate. He died in the 4th century in Ancyra, Galatia.
Saint Carina of Ancyra
St. Carina of Ancyra was also known as Cassina. She was married to Saint Melassipus of Ancyra. She was the mother of Saint Anthony of Ancyra. She was martyred in the persecutions of Julian the Apostate. She died in the 4th century in Ancyra, Galatia.
Saint Anthony of Ancyra
St. Anthony of Ancyra was the son of Saints Melasippus and Carina of Ancyra. He was martyred at age 13 in the persecutions of Julian the Apostate. He died in the 4th century in Ancyra, Galatia.
St. Achillas was a bishop of Alexandria in Egypt. He ordained Arius, the founder of the Arian heresy. He was attacked by Meletianists for his orthodox Christianity. He died in 313 due to natural causes.
Saint Hesychius of Mytilene
St. Hesychius of Mytilene was born in Armenia. He was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian. He died in 300AD at Mytilene in Greece.
Saint Nicander of Mytilene
St. Nicander of Mytilene was born in Armenia. He was martyred in the persecutions of Diocletian. He died in 300AD at Mytilene in Greece.
St. Amaranthus was also known as Amaranto. He was a third century martyr. He died at Vieux in France and his relics are in the Cathedral of Albi in France.
Saint Prosdocimus of Rieti
St. Prosdocimus of Rieti was born in the first century. He was the first evangelizing bishop of Rieti in Italy. He died in Rieti, Italy.
Saint Taurio of Amphipolis
St. Taurio of Amphipolis was also known as Taurion. He died as a Martyr in Amphipolis, Macedonia.
Saint Thessalonica of Amphipolis
St. Thessalonica of Amphipolis died as a Martyr in Amphipolis, Macedonia.
Saint Baud of Tours
St. Baud of Tous was also known as Baldo. He was a sixth century bishop of Tours in France and was noted for his alms-giving.
Saint Raverranus of Séez
St. Raverranus of Séez was a bishop of Séez in France. He died in 682.
Saint Auctus of Amphipolis
St Auctus of Amphipolis died as a Martyr in Amphipolis in Macedonia.
St. Congar was also known as Cungaro and was born in Wales. No reliable information about him is available.
St. Blinlivet was also known as Blevileguetus. He was the ninth century bishop of Vannes in France.
St. Amarand was an abbot of Moissac in France. He was the bishop of Albi in Italy. He died in 700AD.
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.
Their names are;
- Victoriano Reguero Velasco
- Vicente Rodríguez Fernández
- Serviliano Riaño Herrero
- Manuel Marín Pérez
- Juan Mendibelzúa Ocerín
- José Vega Riaño
- José Delgado Pérez
- Gil Belascoain Ilagorri
- Isabelino Carmona Fernández
- Andrés Francisco Simón Gómez
- Alfredo Fanjul Acebal
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Eleanor of Portugal
- All Dominican Saints
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