Nossa Senhora do Português / Our Lady of the Portuguese, India (1546) and Memorials of the Saints – 11 November

Nossa Senhora do Português / Our Lady of the Portuguese, Diu, India (1546) – 11 November:

St Martin of Tours (c 316-397) “Martin the Merciful,” Bishop, Confessor, Miracle-Worker.
Biography here:

St Mennas (Died c 300) Martyr

St Bartholomew of Rossano (c 970-c 1065) Abbot Confessor, Spiritual disciple and friend of St Nilus (910-1005), Hymnist an highly skilled Calligrapher of sacred manuscripts – the art of calligraphy he had learned from his blessed guide and teacher, He is known as the “Second Founder,” of the Monastery of Grottaferrata founded by St Nilus. A copyist of many codices, Bartholomew is also considered the greatest hymnographer of the 11th century.
His Life:

St Bertuin of Malonne
St Cynfran of Wales
St Isidre Costa Hons
Bl Josaphat Chichkov
St Marina of Omura
St Mennas of Santomenna
St Mercurius the Soldier
Bl Pavel Dzjidzjov
St Rhediw
St Theodore the Studite
St Turibius of Palencia
St Veranus of Lyon
St Veranus of Vence



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