This is the Saint of the Day list of Saints and Blesseds whose feast day falls on September 7 every year.
Saint Chiaffredo of Saluzzo
Saint Gratus of Aosta
Blessed Giovanni Battista Mazzucconi
Blessed Eugenia Picco
Blessed Félix Gómez-Pinto Piñero
Blessed Ignatius Klopotowski
Blessed John Duckett
Blessed Thomas Tsuji
Saint Grimonia of Picardy
Blessed Ralph Corby
Saint Marko Krizevcanin
Saint Melichar Grodecký
Blessed François d’Oudinot de la Boissière
Blessed Claude-Barnabé Laurent de Mascloux
Saint Alcmund of Hexham
Blessed Ludovicus Maki Soetsu
Saint John of Lodi
Blessed John Maki
Saint Eustace of Beauvais
Saint Memorius of Troyes
Blessed Alexander of Milan
Saint Evortius of Orléans
St Sozonte was a Christian who smashed up a silver idol and gave the pieces to the poor to buy food. He was burned at the stake in Pompeiopoli, Cilicia in modern-day Soli, Turkey and died as a martyr.
Saint Goscelinus of Toul
St Goscelinus of Toul was also known as Gauzlino. He was the Bishop of Toul, Lotharingia in modern-day France.
In his diocese, he promoted monastic institutions and monastic discipline. He died of natural causes in 962 AD.
Saint John of Nicomedia
St John of Nicomedia died as a martyr in 303 AD when he was burned alive because of ripping down and tearing to pieces an edict of Christian persecution that was posted in Nicomedia.
Blessed Maria of Bourbon
Blessed Maria of Bourbon was related to the French royalty. She was a Poor Clare nun at the monastery of Saint George and Santa Chiara in Amiens, France. She died of natural causes in 1445 AD.
Saint Carissima of Albi
St Carissima was born in Albi, France and was a fifth-century anchoress who lived for years in a forest near Albi, France. In later years, she moved to the convent of Viants.
St Hiduard was also known as Hilduard, Hilward, Garibald or Hilduardo. He was a Benedictine monk and a Missionary in Flanders. He founded Saint Peter’s abbey at Dickelvenne, Belgium. He died in 750 AD.
Saint Pamphilus of Capua
St Pamphilus was born in Greece and was the Bishop of Capua, Italy.
He died in 400 AD and his relics are enshrined in Benevento, Italy.
Saint Eupsychius of Caesarea
In 130 AD, St Eupsychius was martyred at Caesarea, Cappadocia during the persecutions of the Roman emperor Hadrian.
Saint Tilbert of Hexham
St Tilbert of Hexham was also known as Gilbert of Hexham. From 781 AD to 789 AD, he was the Bishop of Hexham, England. He died in 789 AD.
Saint Desiderio of Benevento
St Desiderio was a Lector and died as a martyr in Benevento, Campania, Italy.
St Augustalis was also known as Augustalus or Autal. He was the bishop in Gaul, possibly in Arles. He died in 450 AD.
St Faciolus was a Benedictine monk of Saint Cyprian abbey, Poitiers, France. He died of natural causes in 950 AD.
Saint Festo of Benevento
St Festo of Benevento was a deacon and was martyred in Benevento, Campania, Italy.
Martyrs of Noli
The Martyrs of Noli are four Christians born in Noli, Italy who became soldiers and were martyred together for their faith in Corsica, France.
There is a legend, with lots of doubt, that makes them members of the Theban Legend who escaped their mass martyrdom. Their representation is a soldier with the banner of Noli, Italy.
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;
- Blessed Gregorio Sánchez Sancho
- Blessed Ascensión Lloret Marcos
- Blessed Antoni Bonet Sero
Other Saints Celebrated Today
- Ventura of Città di Castello
- Stefano di Chatillon
- Albino of Chalons
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