Tuesday of Passion Week , the Fith Week of Lent +2022
Santuario Madonna della Divina Provvidenza / Our Lady of Divine Providence, Cussanio, Italy (1521) – 5 April:
St Vincent Ferrer OP (1350-1419) called the “Angel of the Apocalypse/The Last Judgement” and the “Mouthpiece of God.”- Dominican Priest, Missionary, Master of Sacred Theology, Philosopher, Teacher, Preacher, Logician, Apostle of Charity, (Memorial)
Biography of St Vincent:
St Albert of Montecorvino
Bl Antonius Fuster
Bl Blasius of Auvergne
St Catherine of Palma OSA (1533–1574) Nun of the Order of the Canonesses of St Augustine, Mystic, gifted with the charism of prophecy, visions and ecstasy. Her body is incorrupt.
About St Catherine:
St Claudius of Mesopotamia
St Derferl Gadarn (c 566-660) Abbot
St Gerald of Sauve-Majeure
St Irene of Thessalonica
St Maria Crescentia Hoss
Blessed Mariano de la Mata Aparicio OSA (1905-1983) Spanish Priest, a professed religious of the Order of Saint Augustine, Missionary, Apostle of Charity, Eucharistic and Marian devotee, Spiritual Director, Teacher and Professor.
Bl Peter Cerdan
St Theodore the Martyr
Martyrs of Lesbos: 5 Saints: Five young Christian women Martyred together for their faith. We don’t even know their names. island of Lesbos, Greece.
Martyrs of North-West Africa: Large group of Christians murdered while celebrating Easter Mass during the persecutions of Genseric, the Arian king of the Vandals. They were Martyred in 459 at Arbal (in modern Algeria).
Martyrs of Seleucia: 120 Saints :One-hundred and eleven (111) men and nine (9) women who, because they were Christians, were dragged to Seleucia and Martyred for refusing to worship the sun or fire or other pagan idols during the persecutions of King Shapur II. They were burned alive in 344 in Seleucia, Persia.