About Us License Feedback

 

Search the Website

search engine by Freefind

advanced


Translate This Page

Gadgets powered by Google

01 SEPTEMBER

bullet

Saint Joshua, son of Nun and servant of God, on whom Moses imposed his hands, and, on his death, led the Israelites across the Jordan into the promised land;

bullet

[ca. 3rd cent.] In Rheims (France), Saint Sixtus, first bishop of that city;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Capua (Italy), Saint Priscus, martyr;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Todi (Italy), Saint Terentian, bishop;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Dax (France), Saint Vincent, bishop and martyr;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Zurich (Switzerland), Saint Verena, virgin;

bullet

[ca. 490] In Le Mans (France), Saint Victor, bishop, about whom Saint Gregory of Tours had written;

bullet

[ca. 570] In Aquino (Italy), Saint Constantius, bishop, whose gift of prophecy was praised by Pope Saint Gregory the Great;

bullet

[ca. 6th-7th cent.] In Nmes (France), Saint Giles, hermit and founder of a monastery in that city;

bullet

[ca. 623] In Sens (France), Saint Lupus, a monk from Lrins who became bishop of that city;

bullet

[1262] In Venice (Italy), Blessed Giuliana of Collalto, abbess and founder of the Benedictine monastery of Saints Blase and Catald in that city;

bullet

[1367] In Florence, Blessed Giovanna Soderini, virgin of the Third Order of the Servants of Mary, renowned for her spirit of prayer and austerity;

bullet

[1936] Near Madrid (Spain), Blesseds Cristino (Miguel) Roca Huguet, priest, and eleven companions, martyrs, all belonging to the Order of Hospitaller Brothers of St. John of God, killed out of hatred for the faith in the religious persecution during the Spanish Civil War;

bullet

[1936] In Paterna near Valencia (Spain), Blessed Alfonso Sebasti Vials, priest of the archdiocese of Valencia and director of a public school, martyred during the same religious persecution;

bullet

[1936] In Barcelona (Spain), the Blessed Martyrs Pedro Rivera Rivera, priest of the Order of Friars Minors Conventuals, Carmen Moreno Benitez and Amparo Carbonell Muoz, professed religious of the Institute of Mary Help of Christians, all killed during the same persecution.


02 SEPTEMBER

bullet

[ca. 3rd cent.] In Nicomedia, Bithynia (present day Izmir, Turkey), Saint Zenon, martyr;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Nicaea, also in Bithynia (present day Iznik, Turkey), the passion of Saint Theodota and her three sons Evodius, Hermogenes, and Callistus;

bullet

[322] In Edessa, Osrhoene (present day Urfa, Iraq), Saint Habib, deacon and martyr, who during the reign of emperor Licinius and governor Lysanias, was condemned to be burned alive;

bullet

[ca. 4th century] In Apamea (present day Hama, Syria), Saint Antoninus, a stone cutter by trade and martyr, who destroyed the graven idols in his city and was killed at the age of twenty by non-believers for his steadfast faith;

bullet

[ca. 4th-5th cent.] In Tarragona (Spain), Saint Prosper, bishop;

bullet

[after 381] In Lyon (France), the burial of Saint Justus, bishop, who upon resigning from his see after the synod of Aquilea, fled to Egypt along with the lector Viator to live in a hermitage where he spent his remaining years as a humble monk. His remains, along with the bones of Saint Viator, were later brought back to Lyon;

bullet

[ca. 570] In Monte Soracte, at the Via Flaminia (Italy), Saint Nonnosus, abbot;

bullet

[bet. 599-600] In Autun (France), Saint Syagrius (Siacre), bishop, whose wisdom and counsel were well-sought and who surpassed all for his zeal;

bullet

[ca. 700] In Avignon, Saint Agricola, who after leading the life of a monk in Lrins, succeeded his father, Saint Magnus, as bishop of his see;

bullet

[before 11th cent.] In Piceno, (Italy), Saint Elpidius, after whom a town, where his body is kept, is named;

bullet

[ca. 1096] In Pontida, Bergamo (Italy), Saints Albert and Vitus, monks, who after working honorably as soldiers of Christ established in that city a monastery under the Cluniac obedience;

bullet

[ca. 1231] In Mount Carmel (Palestine) Blessed Brocard, prior of hermits, who night and day reflected on the law of God and kept prayerful vigils, for whom Saint Albert, bishop of Jerusalem, drew up a rule of life;

bullet

[1282] In Skenninge (Sweden), Blessed Ingrid, who after giving away all her belongings in honor of God and, after a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, took on the habit of a Dominican nun;

bullet

[1792] In Paris (France), the passion of the Blessed Martyrs Jean-Marie du Lau d'Alleman, Franois-Joseph and Pierre-Louis de la Rochefoucauld, bishops, and 93 companions, clerics and religious, who, for refusing to take the impious oath imposed on the clergy during the French Revolution, were locked up in the Carmelite convent and assassinated out of hatred for the religion of Christ;

bullet

[1792] In Paris (France), on the same day and year, Blesseds Pierre-Jacques-Marie Vitalis, priest, and 20 companions, martyrs, who were killed out of hatred for Church in the abbey of Saint- Germain-des-Prs during the same persecution;
 

03 SEPTEMBER

bullet

[604] The memory of Saint Gregory the Great, pope and doctor of the Church;

bullet

[1st cent.] Commemoration of Saint Phoebe, handmaid of God;

bullet

[4th cent.] In Nicomedia, Bithynia (present day Izmir, Turkey), Saint Basilissa, virgin and martyr;

bullet

[ca. 4th cent.] In Cordoba (Spain), Saint Sandila (Sandalus);

bullet

[4th cent.] In Toul (France), Saint Mansuetus (Mansuy);

bullet

[514] In Ireland, Saint Macanisius (Aengus, MacNissi), bishop;

bullet

[ca. 589] In Milan (Italy), Saint Auxanus, bishop;

bullet

[ca. 671-679] In Stavelot (Belgium), Saint Remaclus;

bullet

[ca. 675] In the island of Lrins, Saint Aigulf, abbot, and four companion monks;

bullet

[8th cent.] In Ses (France), Saint Chrodegang;

bullet

[1244] In a monastery in Astino, Bergamo (Italy), Blessed Guala;

bullet

[1632] In Nagasaki (Japan), Blesseds Bartolom Gutierrez, priest of the Order of St. Augustine, and 5 companions, martyrs, who, out of hatred for Christian faith, were first immersed in boiling water before being burned alive;

bullet

[1679] Blessed Brigida of Jesus Morello who on becoming a widow consecrated herself to a life of penance and works of charity and founded the Congregation of the Ursuline Sisters of Mary Immaculate for the Christian instruction of girls;

bullet

[1792] In Paris (France), Blesseds Andr-Abel Alricy, priest, and 71 companions, martyrs, among whom were numerous priests, who, after the massacre of the preceding day, were locked up in the Seminary of Saint-Firmin and assassinated out of hatred for Church;

bullet

[1792] In Paris (France), at midday of the same day, the Blessed Martyrs Jean-Baptiste Bottex, Michel-Marie-Franois de la Gardette, and Franois-Hyacinth le Livec de Tresurin, who during the same persecution gave their lives for Christ in the prison called La Force;

bullet

[1839] In Seoul (Korea), the passion of Pak Hu-jae Ioannes and 5 companions, martyrs, who, during the fury of the religious persecution, were brought before a tribunal for being Christians and endured numerous tortures for their faith before being beheaded.
 

04 SEPTEMBER

bullet

Commemoration of Saint Moses;

bullet

[3rd-4th cent.] In Chalon-sur-Sane, Saint Marcellus, martyr;

bullet

[4th-5th cent.] In Monte Titano (the present republic of San Marino), Saint Marinus;

bullet

[422] In Rome, Saint Boniface I, pope;

bullet

[before 573] In Chartres (France), Saint Caletricus, bishop;

bullet

[825] In Herzfeld (Germany), Saint Ida, widow of Duke Eckbert of Saxony;

bullet

[ca. 9th cent.] In Mende (France), Saint Fredald;

bullet

[ca. 1089] In Cologne (Germany), Saint Irmgard;

bullet

[12th cent.] In Palermo, Saint Rosalia;

bullet

[1547] In Carmagnola, Blessed Caterina Mattei;

bullet

[1794] On a prison ship anchored on the port of Rochefort (France), the memory of Blessed Scipion-Jrme Brigeat Lambert, priest and martyr, a canon of Avranche, who, during the persecution that broke out during the French Revolution, was imprisoned in a galley for being a priest, and died of hunger and the hardships he was forced to endure;

bullet

[1929] In Sillery, Qubec (Canada), the memory of Blessed Marie of St. Cecilia of Rome (Dina) Bellanger, virgin, of the Congregation of the Religious of Jesus-Mary, who entrusted herself to God alone in her short life and endured;

bullet

[1936] In the city of Oropesa (Spain), the memory of Blessed Jos Pascual Carda Saporta, priest of the Fraternity of Diocesan Worker Priests, and martyr, who, during the fury of the religious persecution during the Spanish Civil War, was brought to a glorious martyrdom, out of hatred for Christian religion which he professed;

bullet

[1936] In the village of Teulada, near Alicant (Spain), the memory of Blessed Francisco Sendra Ivars, priest and martyr, who, also suffered martyrdom during the same persecution against the faith;

bullet

[1936] In Genovs (Spain), the memory of the Blessed Bernardo (Jos) Bieda Grau, religious of the Order of Friars Minors Capuchins and martyr, who, during the same persecution, concluded the good fight for Christ with distinction.
 

05 SEPTEMBER

bullet

[unknown cent.] In Porto Romano (Italy), Saints Acontus, Nonnus, Herculanus, and Taurinus, martyrs;

bullet

[unknown cent.] In Capua (Italy), Saint Quintus, martyr;

bullet

[370] In Nicomedia, Bithynia (present day Izmir, Turkey), the Holy Martyrs Urban, Theodore, Menedemus, and companions, clerics and laypersons, who were left to die in a burning ship during the reign of emperor Valens;

bullet

[ca. 698] In Throuanne (France), Saint Bertin;

bullet

[ca. 1073] In Tortona (Italy), Saint Alpert (Albert), who was the founder and first abbot of the monastery of Butrio;

bullet

[12th cent.] In Dalmatia (Croatia), Saint John the Good of Siponto;

bullet

[1605] In Ripon (England), the memory of Blessed William Browne, martyr, who, under King James I, was condemned to death for convincing other people to adhere to the Catholic faith: because of this, he was hanged, drawn, and quartered;

bullet

[1794] On a prison ship anchored on the port of Rochefort (France), the memory of Blessed Florent Dumontet de Cardaillac, priest and martyr, who, condemned at the time of the French Revolution for being a priest, gained martyrdom by contracting illness from his sick fellow prisoners whom he attended with great love;

bullet

[1838] In Ninh Tai (Vietnam), the memory of the Holy Martyrs Petrus Nguyễn Văn Tự, priest of the Order of Preachers and Iosephus Hong Lương Cảnh, physician, who were beheaded out of hatred for the name of Christ.

 
06 SEPTEMBER

bullet

[1936] In Gata de Gorgos, near Alicante (Spain), the memory of Blessed Diego Llorca Llopis, priest and martyr, who, during the persecution against the Church, was crowned with martyrdom for having witnessed to Christ;

bullet

[1936] In Carcaixent near Valencia (Spain), the memory of Blessed Pascual Torres Lloret, father of a family and martyr, who by bearing the cross of Christ merited to receive his eternal reward.
 

07 SEPTEMBER

bullet

Saint Regina

bullet

Saint Sozon

bullet

Saint Festus

bullet

Saint Evurtius

bullet

Saint Memorius and companions

bullet

Saint Alpinus

bullet

Saint Clodoald

bullet

Saint Carissima

bullet

Saint Madelberta

bullet

Saint Hilduard

bullet

Saint Gauzlin

bullet

Saint John of Lodi

bullet

[1619] In Koice (Slovacchia), on the Carpathian mountains, the memory of the Holy Martyrs Marek Krievčanin, priest of Esztergom, Stefan Pongrcz and Melichar Grodziecki, priests of the Society of Jesus, who by neither hunger nor torture on the rack and by fire, were induced to renounce their Catholic faith;

bullet

[1627] In Nagasaki (Japan), the memory of the Blessed Martyrs Thomas Tsūji, priest of the Society of Jesus, Ludovicus Maki and his son Ioannes, who were condemned to be burned alive out of hatred for Christian faith;

bullet

[1644] In London (England), the memory of the Blesseds Ralph Corby, of the Society of Jesus, and John Duckett, priests and martyrs, who, condemned to death during the reign of Charles I for entering England as Catholic priests, were hanged in Tyburn, thus earning the palm of martyrdom;

bullet

[1794] On a prison ship anchored on the port of  Rochefort (France), the memory of the Blesseds Claude-Barnab Laurent de Mascloux and Franois d'Oudinot de la Boissire, priests and martyrs, who, arrested for their priesthood and locked up in a galley during the French Revolution, died for Christ consumed by hunger and illness;

bullet

[1855] In Woodlark Island (Papua New Guinea), the memory of Blessed Giovanni Battista Mazzucconi, priest of the Milan Institute for Foreign Missions and martyr, who, after having spent two years proclaiming the the Gospel, almost consumed by illness and injuries, was killed with an axe blow out of hatred for the faith.
 

08 SEPTEMBER

bullet

The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

bullet

Saint Hadrian

bullet

Saint Faustus, Dius, and Ammon

bullet

Saint Isaac

bullet

Saint Sergius I

bullet

Saint Corbinian

bullet

Saint Peter de Chavanon

bullet

Blessed Serafina Sforza

bullet

Saint Thomas of Villanova

bullet

[1600] In Durham (England), the memory of the Blesseds Thomas Palaser, priest, John Norton and John Talbot, who, condemned to death during the reign of Elizabeth I, the first for having entered England as a priest, the others for offering him assistance, suffered the torment of the scaffold;

bullet

[1628]  In Nagasaki (Japan), the memory of the Blesseds Antonio de San Buenaventura, of the Order of Friars Minors, Domingo Castellet, of the Order of Preachers, priests, and 20 companions, martyrs, among whom are several laypersons and numerous children, who were all subjected to martyrdom for Christ  by either sword or fire;

bullet

[1853] In Marseille (France), Blessed Frdric Ozanam;

bullet

[1936] In Almera (Spain), the memory of the Blesseds Jos Cecilio (Bonifacio) Rodrguez Gonzlez, Teodomiro Joaqun (Adrin) Saiz Saiz and Evencio Ricardo (Eusebio Alfonso) Uyarra, martyrs from the Brothers of the Christian Schools, who gained palms of martyrdom during the persecution against the faith in the Spanish Civil War;

bullet

[1936] In Alcoy, Alicante (Spain), the memory of Blessed Marino Blanes Giner, father of a family and martyr, who during the same persecution, received death from human hands but eternal life from God;

bullet

[1936] In Paterna, Valencia (Spain), the memory of Blessed Ismal Escrihuela Esteve, father of a family and martyr, who participated in the victory of Christ through martyrdom;

bullet

[1936] In Villareal, Castelln (Spain), the memory of Blessed Pascual Fortuo Almela, priest of the Order of Friars Minors and martyr, who was crowned with martyrdom for giving witness to Christ;

bullet

[1936] In Buol near Valencia (Spain), the memory of the Blesseds Josefa of St. John Ruano Garca and Mara Dolores of St. Eulalia Puig Bonany, professed religious from the Congregation of the Sisters of the Abandoned Aged and martyrs, who received the crown of eternal life for shedding their blood for Christ during the same persecution against the faith;

bullet

[1942] In the concentration camp of Dachau, near Munich (Germany), the memory of Blessed Adam Bargielski, priest and martyr, who, during the Second World War war, spontaneously delivered himself up to the enemies of the faith at his post as parish priest and gained heaven victoriously after suffering severely while in prison;

bullet

[1944] In Gross-Rosen (Poland), the memory of Blessed Władysław Błądziński, priest of the Congregation of St. Michael and martyr, who, during the same persecution, was deported by enemies of the faith to the extermination camp where he was killed.

 

09 SEPTEMBER

bullet

In York (England), the memory of Blessed George Douglas, priest and martyr, born in Scotland and ordained priest in Paris, gained heaven through the trial of the scaffold, condemned under Elizabeth I for having persuaded others to embrace the Catholic faith.
 

back

 

 

horizontal rule

Creative Commons License
Copyright 2001 [The Hagiography Circle]. All rights reserved.
Hagiography Circle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://hagiographycircle.com/license.htm.
For communications, go to the Feedback page.
Last modified: 09/11/18