Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, Nostra Signora della Rosa / Our Lady of the Rose (Lucca, Italy) and Memorials of the Saints – 30 January

Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Nostra Signora della Rosa / Our Lady of the Rose (Lucca, Italy) – 30 January:

St Aldegundis
St Alexander of Edessa
St Amnichad of Fulda
St Armentarius of Antibes
St Armentarius of Pavia
St Barsen
St Barsimaeus of Edessa

St Bathilde (c 626–680) Queen, Religious, Widow, Mother, Social Reformer, pioneer in the abolition of Slavery, founder of Monasteries.
Her Life:

Blessed Bronislaw Markiewicz SDB (1842-1912) Priest of the Salesians of St John Bosco and Founder of the Orders of St Michael the Archangel with both Priests and Sisters.

Bl Carmen Marie Anne García Moyon

St David Galván-Bermúdez (1881-1915) Martyr of the Mexican Revolution, Priest, Lecturer, Apostle of Charity.
Biography here:

St Felix IV, Pope
Bl Francis Taylor
Bl Haberilla
Saint Hyacintha of Mariscotti TOR (1585-1646) Virgin, Sister of the Tertiary or Third Order Regular of St Francis (also TOSF).
St Hippolytus of Antioch
Bl Margaret Ball
Bl Maria Bolognesi
St Martina of Rome
St Matthias of Jerusalem
St Mutien Marie Wiaux
St Paul Ho Hyob
St Philippian of Africa
St Savina of Milan

Blessed Sebastian Valfrè CO (1629-1710) known as the “Apostle of Turin” and “St Philip of Turin,” Oratorian Priest, Apostle of the poor, the ill, widows and orphans, prisoners, Confessor with deep insight, Writer.
His Life:

St Theophilus the Younger
St Tôma Khuông
St Tudclyd
Bl Zygmunt Pisarski


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