EASTER TUESDAY, Notre-Dame de Fourviere / Our Lady of Fourviere, France and Memorials of the Saints – 11 April


Notre-Dame de Fourviere / Our Lady of Fourviere, France – 11 April:

St Agericus of Tours
St Aid of Achard-Finglas

St Antipas of Pergamum (Died c 92) Bishop of Pergamon, Greece (in modern Turkey) and Martyr, spiritual student of Saint John the Apostle and Evangelist.
His Life and Death:

St Barsanuphius the Hermit (Died c 563) Hermit, Spiritual guide gifted with the charism of Prophecy, Miracle-worker and a great correspondent whose letters are still with us after 1500 years!
About St Barsanuphius:

St Domnio of Salona
Bl Elena Guerra
St Eustorgius of Nicomedia
Bl George Gervase
St Godeberta (c640-c700) Abbess

St Guthlac of Crowland (674–715) Monk, Hermit, Ascetic. St Guthlac was from Lincolnshire in England. He is particularly venerated in the Fens of eastern England where many Churches are dedicated to him. His sister is venerated as Saint Pega, an anchoress. His body was incorrupt until its destruction in the 16th century by the dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII.

St Hildebrand of Saint-Gilles
St Isaac of Monteluco
Bl James of Africa
Bl John of Cupramontana
Bl Lanunio
St Machai
St Maedhog of Clonmore
Bl Mechthild of Lappion
Bl Paul of Africa
St Philip of Gortyna
St Raynerius Inclusus
St Sancha of Portugal
St Stephen of Saint-Gilles



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