This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on September 30 every year.
Saint Francis Borgia
Saint Gregory the Illuminator
Blessed Felicia Meda
Saint Amatus of Nusco
Blessed Conrad of Urach
Saint Honoratus of Canterbury
Saint Simon of Crépy
Saint Ursus the Theban
Blessed Jean-Nicolas Cordier
Blessed Frederick Albert
Saint Victor the Theban
St Victor the Theban was a soldier and one of the Martyrs of the Theban Legion. In 287 AD, they were beheaded in Agaunum now in modern-day St-Maurice-en-Valais, Switzerland.
On September 22, he is also celebrated in the memorial of the Martyrs of the Theban Legion.
Saint Antoninus of Piacenza
St Antoninus of Piacenza was a soldier. Martyr and died as a martyr near Piacenza, Italy. A vial of his blood was known to have miraculously liquified. He is the patron saint of Piacenza, Italy.
Saint Ismidone of Die
St Ismidone of Die was also known as Ismidón. He was born in Grenoble, France and studied at the cathedral of Valance, France.
He became the Canon of the cathedral of Lyon, France and later the Bishop of Die, France in 1097 AD.
He was a skilled negotiator and peace-maker who made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem twice.
In 1115 AD, he died in Die, Gaul now in modern-day France.
Saint Eusebia of Marseilles
St Eusebia of Marseilles was a nun in Marseilles, Provence, France. In 497 AD, he died of natural causes.
St Laurus was also known as Lery. He was born in Wales in the 7th-century and founded on the River Doneff in Brittany, France, the monastery which was later known as Saint-Léry.
Saint Leopardus the Slave
St Leopardus was a slave-servant in the household of Julian the Apostate. He died as a martyr in 362 AD in Rome, Italy.
Saint Desiderius of Piacenza
St Desiderius of Piacenza was also known as Desiderio. He died as a martyr in Piacenza, Italy.
Saint Enghenedl of Anglesey
In the 7th-century, a church in Anglesey, Wales was dedicated to St Enghenedl of Anglesey.
Saint Midan of Anglesey
St Midan of Anglesey was also known as Nidan. He died in 610 AD and is venerated in Anglesey, Wales.
Saint Castus of Piacenza
St Castus of Piacenza was also known as Casto. He died as a martyr in Piacenza, Italy.
Saint Colman of Clontibret
St Colman of Clontibret has been extensively mentioned in some martyrologies, but no information has been recovered about him.
Martyrs of Valsery Abbey
The Martyrs of Valsery Abbey are a number of Premonstratensian monks, who were martyred in 1567 AD by Calvinists at the Abbey of Notre-Dame de Valsery, Picardy, France.
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