Sts Marius and Family of Perisa – Martha, Audifax, Abacjum (Died c 270 – Martyrs, Husband, Wife and 2 Sons – in the time of Emperor Claudius.
St Canute (1040-1086) Martyr, King of Denmark, known as Canutus the Holy – Canutus was an ambitious King who sought to strengthen the Danish monarchy, devotedly supported the Roman Catholic Church and had designs on the English throne. Slain by rebels in 1086, he was the first Danish King to be Canonised. He was recognised as Patron Saint of Denmark in 1101.
St Abachum of Persia + (St Marius and Family of Persia – Martyrs)
Bl Andrew of Peschiera
St Arsenius of Corfu
St Audifax of Persia + (St Marius and Family of Persia – Martyrs)
St Bassian of Lodi (c 320–c 409)
About St Bassian:
Bl Beatrix of Lens
St Branwallader of Jersey
St Catellus of Castellammare
Bl Elisabetta Berti
St Faustina of Como
St Firminus of Gabales
St Germanicus of Smyrna
St Godone of Novalesa
St John of Ravenna
St Joseph Sebastian Pelczar
St Liberata of Como
St Martha of Persia + (St Marius and Family of Persia – Martyrs)
St Messalina iof Foligno
St Ponziano of Spoleto
St Remigius of Rouen
St Wulstan (c 1008–1095) Bishop of Worcester , England, from 1062 to 1095, Monk, Prior, a man of extreme holiness and penitence who was admired by all, he was a he was a man of iron will, immense charm and unworldly humility and piety and suffered no luxury, preferring always the poor to himself.
Martyrs of Numidia – 9 Saints: A group of Christians Martryred together for their faith. The only details to survive are nine of their names – Catus, Germana, Gerontius, Januarius, Julius, Paul, Pia, Saturninus and Successus. 2nd century Numidia in North Africa.
Martyrs of Carthage – 39 Christians Martyred together in Carthage, date unknown. We have no information about them except 9 of the names – Catus, Germana, Gerontius, Januarius, Julius, Paul, Pia, Saturninus and Successus.
Died IN Carthage, North Africa (modern Tunis, Tunisia).