Feast of St. Liborius of Le Mans, Bishop. Second Bishop of Le Mans, died in the arms of his friend St. Martin of Tours. Patron of Paderborn, Germany (cathedral and archdiocese), invoked against calculi, colic, fever and gallstones.
Feast of St. Theobald of Provins, hermit and monk. Patron of farmers, winegrowers, shoemakers, belt makers, charcoal-burners and bachelors.
Feast of Juan Grande Román, Spanish Brother, Hospitallers of St. John of God. He founded a hospital and devoted it to the Blessed Virgin Mary, He died of the plague after tending those who suffered from it. Patron Diocese of…
Feast of St. Maximinus (Maximin) of Trier, fifth Bishop of Trier, opponent of Arianism.Patron of Trier. Invoked as protection against perjury, loss at sea and destructive rains.
Feast of Theodotus of Ancyra, martyred with Thecusa, Alexandra, Claudia, Phaina, Euphrasia, Matrona and Julitta during the Diocletianic persecutions. Patron of innkeepers.
Feast of St. Thethmar, Premonstratensian canon and missionary. He was also known as Theodemar, Friend of St. Vicelinus, worked to convert the Wends, in Germany. Died 1152.
Feast of St. Beuno (anglicized as Bono) 7th-century Welsh abbot, confessor, missionary. Born at Berriew in Powys, descended from Vortigern, king of Britain, ordained at Bangor, Wales, missionary to the kingdom of Gwynedd. Patron of sick children, against diseased cattle.
Feast of St. Drogo, penitential pilgrim, anchorite and orphan. Patron of coffee house owners, broken bones, cattle, deafness, hernias, insanity, unattractive people, bodily ills, gallstones, illness, midwives, mute people, mutes, orphans, ruptures, sheep, shepherds and sickness.
Feast of St. William of Æbelholt, French Missionary & Abbot. Born in Paris, ordained subdeacon, 42nd abbot of Saint-Germain-des-Prés at Paris, received a prebend in the church of Sainte-Geneviève-du-Mont. Abbot, canonry of St. Thomas at Eskilsø, then abbot at Æbelholt,…
Feast of St. Richard of Chichester also known as Richard de Wyche, Bishop of Chichester, chancellor of Canterbury. Richard was merciless to usurers, corrupt clergy and priests who mumbled the Mass. Patron of Coachmen, Diocese of Chichester & Sussex, England.