Nostra Signora di Bonaria / Our Lady of Bonaria, Island of Sardinia (1370) – 24 April: In 1908, Pope Pius X, declared Our Lady of Bonaria the Patron of Sardinia.
Nuestra Señora de Luján / Our Lady of Luján in Buenos Aires – 24 April:
St Fidelis of Sigmaringen OFM Cap (1577-1622) Priest of the Capuchins of the Friar’s Minor and Martyr, Lawyer, Philosopher, Teacher, Apostle of Eucharistic Adoration and charity
Known as “The Poor Man’s Lawyer”
St Fidelis was Beatified on 24 March 1729 by Pope Benedict XIII and Canonised on 29 June 1746, Rome by Pope Benedict XIV
His Life and Death:
St Alexander of Lyon
St Anthimos of Nicomedia
St Authairius of La Ferté
St Bova of Rheims
St Deodatus of Blois
St Diarmaid of Armagh
St Doda of Rheims
St Dyfnan of Anglesey
St Egbert (c639-c729) Confessor, Priest, Monk, Reformer.
St Eusebius of Lydda
St Gregory of Elvira
St Honorius of Brescia
St Ivo of Huntingdonshire
St Leontius of Lydda
St Longinus of Lydda
St Mary Euphrasia Pelletier (1796-1868) Nun, Foundress of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd. Patronages – Good Shepherd Sisters, travellers.
On 11 December 1897, Pope Leo XIII declared her “Venerable.” She was Beatified on 30 April 1933 and Canonised on 2 May 1940 by Venerable Pope Pius XII.
About St Mary Euphrasia:
St Mellitus of Canterbury (Died 624) Bishop of London and the Third Archbishop of Canterbury, Missionary.
St Neon of Lydda
St Sabas the Goth of Rome
St Tiberio of Pinerolo
St William Firmatus (1026–1103) Priest, Pilgrim Hermit, Physician, Miracle-worker. He had a great infinity with and love for, all animals, who were tame and docile in his hands.