Feast of St. Paul, known thru the Acts of the Apostles. Patron of missionaries, evangelists, writers, journalists, authors, public workers.
Feast of St. Theodichildis
Feast of St. Theodichildis, the first abbess of the Benedictine house of Jouarre, Meaux, France.
Feast of St. Laszlo
Feast of St. Laszlo, King of Hungary & Croatia, son of King Bela of Hungary. Patron of architecture.
Feast of St. Pelagius of Cordova
Feast of St. Pelagius of Cordova Martyred by the Moors of Cordoba. Patron of abandoned people, torture victims, and Castro Urdiales, Spain.
Feast of St. Prosper of Aquitaine
Feast of St. Prosper of Aquitaine, disciple of Augustine, chose the writings that became the decrees of the 529 Council of Orange.
Feast of St. Joseph Cafasso
Feast of St. Joseph Cafasso, Italian priest & social reformer in Turin. Patron of prison chaplains, captives, Italian prisons & prisoners.
Feast of St. Thomas More
Feast of St. Thomas More, English lawyer, author, statesman, councilor to King Henry VIII, & Lord High Chancellor of England. Patron of lawyers.
Feast of St. AIban of Mainz
Feast of St. AIban of Mainz Martyr, preacher, companion of St. Ursus, slain by the Vandals. Patron of hernia, epilepsy, and kidney stones.
Feast of St. Florentina
Feast of St. Florentina Spanish abbess, the sister of Sts. Leander, Isidore, and Fulgentius.
Feast of St. Juliana Falconieri
Feast of St. Juliana Falconieri, foundress of the Servite nuns. Patron of bodily ills, sick people, and sickness.