Notre-Dame-de-Vie / Our Lady of Life, Provence, France – 27 January:
St John Chrysostom (347-407) Bishop, Confessor, Father and Doctor of the Church – “Golden Mouthed,” Preacher, Orator, Writer, Theologian, Confessor. Name Meaning – God is gracious; gift of God (John), golden-mouthed (Chrysostom).
(His Feast Day is today (changed in 1969 to 13 September).
The Roman Martyrology states of him today: “At Constantinople, St John, Bishop, who was surnamed Chrysostom on account of his golden flow of eloquence. He greatly promoted the interests of the Christian religion by his preaching and exemplary life and, after many toils, closed his life in banishment. His sacred body was brought to Constantinople on this day in the reign of Theodosius the younger and afterwards taken to Rome and placed in the Basilica of the Prince of the Apostles. This illustrious Preacher of the Word of God, Pope Pius X declared and appointed as the Heavenly Patron of Sacred Orators.”
St Candida of Bañoles
St Devota (Died c 303) Virgin Martyr,.
Her Life and Death:
St Domitian of Melitene
St Emerius of Bañoles
Bl Gonzalo Diaz di Amarante
St Henry de Osso y Cervello
Bl John of Warneton
St Julian of Le Mans
St Julian of Sora
St Lupus of Châlons
Blessed Manfredo Settala (12 Century-1217) Priest and Hermit, “The Hermit of Monte San Giorgio,” Miracle-worker.
St Marius of Bodon
Bl Michael Pini
St Natalis of Ulster
St Theodoric of Orléans
St Pope Vitalian
Martyrs of North Africa – 30 Saints: A group of 30 Christians Martyred together by Arian Vandals. The only details to have survived are four of their names – Datius, Julian, Reatrus and Vincent. c 500 in North Africa.
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