This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on October 13 every year.
Saint Gerald of Aurillac
Blessed Magdalen Panattieri
Blessed Alexandrina Maria da Costa
Saint Simbert of Augsburg
Saint Regimbald of Speyer
Saint Benedict of Cupra
Saint Comgan the Monk
St Comgan the Monk was born to the Irish royalty. He was the son of a prince of Leinster, Ireland, the brother of Saint Kentigern and the nephew of Saint Fillan.
When he was a soldier, he was wounded in a battle with a neighbouring clan. Thereafter, he and his sister fled to Scotland where he became a monk at Lochaise. After his death, buried on the island of Iona Abbey, Scotland.
Blessed Gebrand of Klaarkamp
Blessed Gebrand of Klaarkamp was also known as Gebrand of Bloemkamp. He was born in Foigny, Laonnais now in modern-day France.
He was a Benedictine Cistercian monk. He became an abbot of the monastery at Klaarkamp, Frisia. In 1191 AD, he founded the house at Bloemkamp. He died of natural causes in 1218 AD.
Saint Romulus of Genoa
St Romulus of Genoa was also known as Remo, Romolo or Roemu. He was the Bishop of Genoa, Italy and a renown theologian.
He died in Matuziano now in modern-day Sanremo, Italy in 641 AD. He is the patron saint of Sanremo, Italy.
Saint Leobono of Salagnac
St Leobono of Salagnac was a Holy hermit in 600 AD, in the region of Salagnac, now Grand-Bourg, diocese of Limoges, France. After his death, his relics were enshrined in Grand-Bourg, France.
Saint Florence of Thessalonica
St Florence of Thessalonica was tortured, burned at the stake and martyred in 312 AD in Thessalonica during the persecutions of Emperor Maximinus Daza.
St Venantius was also known as Venancio or Venancius. He got married while still a youth. His wife gave him permission to became a monk. Thereafter he became an abbot at Saint Martin Abbey in Tours, France in the 5th century.
Saint Carpus of Troas
St Carpus of Troas was a convert in the first century with whom Saint Paul the Apostle (2 Timothy 4:13) says “he had left his cloak.”
Saint Berthoald of Cambrai
St Berthoald of Cambrai was also known as Bertoald. He was a bishop of Cambrai, France in the seventh century.
St Fyncana was a martyr who died in Scotland.
St Fyndoca was a martyr who died in Scotland.
Three Crowns of Cordoba
The Three Crowns of Cordoba were the three Christian men who were burned to death and martyred in 304 AD in Cordoba, Spain during the persecutions of Diocletian
Their names are;
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;
- Tomás Pallarés Ibáñez
- Salustiano González Crespo
- Ruperto García Arce
- Joan Puig Serra
- Herminio Motos Torrecillas
- Francesc Mitjá i Mitjá
- Antonio Ayet Canós
- Àngel Presta Batllé
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Peter Adriano Toulorge
- Parasceve the Younger
- Francis de Torquemada
- Alfonso Ossorio
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