Notre-Dame-des-Tables / Our Lady of the Tables, Montpellier, France “Arms of the City of Montpellier” (1198) – 20 January:
St Pope Fabian (c 200 – c 250) Martyr, Confessor, Peacemaker, Administrator and Reformer, Apostle of Charity. Bishop of Rome from 10 January 236 until his death in 250, succeeding Anterus. He is famous for the miraculous nature of his election, in which a dove is said to have descended on his head to mark him as the Holy Spirit’s unexpected choice. He was succeeded by Cornelius.
St Sebastian (Died c 288) Martyr, Roman Soldier.
Saint Henry of Uppsala (Died c 1156) Martyr, Bishop of Uppsala, (then in eastern Sweden), Missionary. Born in England and died struck with an axe in c 1156 at Nousis, Finland.
His Life and Death:
St Ascla of Antinoe
St Basilides the Senator
St Bassus the Senator
Blessed Benedict Ricasoli (Died 1107) Monk, Hermit
Bl Bernardo of Poncelli
Bl Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi
St Daniel of Cambron
Bl Didier of Thérouanne
St Eusebius the Senator
St Euthymius (c 377–473) Abbot, Hermit, Ascetic, founder of Monasteries, spiritual teacher.
St Eustochia Smeraldo Calafato OSC (1434-1485) Nun of the Second Franciscan Order of the Poor Clares, Reformer, Founder of a reformed Monastery, Abbess, Ascetic.
St Eutyches the Senator
St Fechin of Fobhar
St Molagga of Fermoy
St Neophytus of Nicaea (Died c 303) Martyr, Lay Youth.