JANUARY
[1]

THE CIRCUMCISION OF OUR LORD
THE LIFE OF S. FULGENTIUS, B. C.
ST. ODILO, OR OLON, SIXTH ABBOT OF CLUNI
ST. ALMACHUS, OR TELEMACHUS, M.
ST. EUGENDUS, IN FRENCH OYEND, A.
S. FANCHEA, OR FAINE, V.
S. MOCHUA, OR MONCAIN, ABBOT, OTHERWISE CALLED CLAUNUS
SAINT MOCHUA OF BELLA, OTHERWISE CALLED CRONAN,

[2]

S. MACARIUS OF ALEXANDRIA, ANCHORET
St. Martyrs for the Holy Scriptures
ST. CONCORDIUS, M.
ST. ADALARD, OR ADELARD. A. C.

[3]

ST. PETER BALSAM, M.
ST. ANTERUS, POPE
ST. GORDIUS
ST. GENEVIEVE, OR GENOVEFA, V. CHIEF PATRONESS OF THE CITY OF PARIS

[4]

ST. TITUS, DISCIPLE OF ST. PAUL, B.
ST. GREGORY, B.
ST. RIGOBERT, OR ROBERT
ST. RUMON, B. C.

[5]

ST. SIMON STYLITES, C.
ST. TELESPHORUS, P. M.
ST. SYNCLETICA, V.

[6]

THE EPIPHANY OF OUR LORD
S. MELANIUS, B. C.
SAINT NILAMMON, A HERMIT,
SAINT PETER

[7]

ST. LUCIAN, PRIEST AND MARTYR
ST. CEDD, BISHOP OF LONDON
ST. KENTIGERNA, WIDOW
ST. ALDRIC, BISHOP OF MANS, C.
SAINT THILLO CALLED IN FRANCE THEAU, IN FLANDERS TILLOINE, OR TILMAN, C.
ST. CANUT

[8]

ST. APOLLINARIS, THE APOLOGIST, BISHOP
ST. SEVERINUS, ABBOT AND APOSTLE OF NORICUM, OR AUSTRIA
ST. LUCIAN APOSTLE OF BEAUVAIS, IN FRANCE
ST. PEGA, V.
ST. VULSIN, BISHOP OF SHIREBURN, C.
ST. GUDULA, V. CALLED IN BRABANT GOULE, OR ERGOULE, IN FLEMISH SINTE-R-GOELEN, PATRONESS OF BRUSSELS
ST. NATHALAN, BISHOP OF ABERDEEN, C.

[9]

ST. PETER OF SEBASTE, B. C.
SS. JULIAN AND BASILISSA, MM.
ST. MARCIANA, V. M.
ST. BRITHWALD, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
ST. FELAN, OR FOELAN, ABBOT
ST. ADRIAN, ABBOT AT CANTERBURY
ST. VANENG, C.

[10]

SAINT WILLIAM, CONFESSOR, ARCHBISHOP OF BOURGES
ST. AGATHO, POPE
ST. MARCIAN, PRIEST, AND TREASURER OF THE CHURCH OF CONSTANTINOPLE, IN THE FIFTH AGE

[11]

ST. THEODOSIUS, THE CENOBIARCH
ST. HYGINUS, P. AND M.
ST. EGWIN, B. C.
ST. SALVIUS, OR SAUVE, BISHOP OF AMIENS

[12]

ST. ARCADIUS, MARTYR
SAINT BENEDICT BISCOP, COMMONLY CALLED BENNET.
TYGRIUS, A PRIEST,
ST. AELRED, ABBOT OF RIEVAL, OR RIDAL, IN YORKSHIRE.

[13]

ST. VERONICA, OF MILAN
ST. KENTIGERN, BISHOP OF GLASCO, C. IN ANCIENT BRITISH, KYNDEYRN; SURNAMED MUNGHO, OR MUNGHL.
THE OCTAVE OF THE EPIPHANY

[14]

ST. HILARY, BISHOP
ST. FELIX OF NOLA, P. AND C.
SS. ISAIAS, SABBAS,
S. BARBASCEMINUS, AND SIXTEEN OF HIS CLERGY, MM

[15]

ST. PAUL, THE FIRST HERMIT
ST. MAURUS, ABBOT
ST. MAIN, ABBOT
ST. JOHN CALYBITE, RECLUSE
ST. ISIDORE, PRIEST AND HOSPITALLER, OF ALEXANDRIA*
ST. ISIDORE, P. H.
SAINT BONITUS, BISHOP OF AUVERGNE, C. (COMMONLY, IN AUVERGNE, BONET; AT PARIS, BONT.)
ST. ITA, OR MIDA, V. ABBESS

[16]

ST. MARCELLUS, POPE, M.
ST. MACARIUS, THE ELDER, OF EGYPT
ST. HONORATUS, ARCHBISHOP OF ARLES
ST. FURSEY SON OF FINTAN, KING OF PART OF IRELAND,
FIVE FRIARS, MINORS, MARTYRS BERARDUS, PETER, ACURSIUS, ADJUTUS, AND OTTO
ST. HENRY, HERMIT

[17]

ST. ANTONY, ABBOT PATRIARCH OF MONKS
SS. SPEUSIPPUS, ELEUSIPPUS, AND MELEUSIPPUS, MARTYRS
ST. SULPICIUS THE PIOUS, B. ARCHBISHOP OF BOURGES
ST. SULPICIUS II., ARCHBISHOP OF BOURGES SURNAMED LE DEBONNAIRE
ST. MILGITHE, V.
ST. NENNIUS, OR NENNIDHIUS, ABBOT

[18]

ST. PETER’S CHAIR AT ROME
SS. PAUL, AND THIRTY-SIX COMPANIONS, MM. IN EGYPT
ST. PRISCA, V. M.
ST. DEICOLUS, ABBOT IN IRISH DICHUL, CALLED BY THE FRENCH, ST. DEEL, OR DIEY
ST. ULFRID, OR WOLFRED, BISHOP AND MARTYR

[19]

SS. MARIS, MARTHA, AUDIFAX, AND ABACHUM MM.
ST. CANUTUS, KING OF DENMARK, M.
ST. HENRY, ARCHBISHOP OF UPSAL, M.
ST. WULSTAN, BISHOP OF WORCESTER, C.
ST. BLAITHMAIC
ST. LOMER, OR LAUDOMARUS, ABBOT

[20]

ST. FABIAN, POPE, M.
ST. SEBASTIAN, M.
ST. EUTHYMIUS, ABBOT
ST. FECHIN, ABBOT

[21]

SAINT AGNES, V. M.
SAINT FRUCTUOSUS, BISHOP OF TARRAGON, AND HIS COMPANIONS, MARTYRS
ST. VIMIN, OR VIVIAN, B. C., IN SCOTLAND
ST. PUBLIUS, B. M.
ST. EPIPHANIUS, BISHOP OF PAVIA

[22]

ST. VINCENT, MARTYR
ST. ANASTASIUS, MARTYR

[23]

ST. RAYMUND, OF PENNAFORT, C.
ST. JOHN THE ALMONER, C. PATRIARCH OF ALEXANDRIA
ST. EMERENTIA, V. M.
ST. CLEMENT OF ANCYRA, B. M.
ST. AGATHANGELUS,
ST. ILDEFONSUS, B.
ST. EUSEBIUS AN ABBOT BETWEEN ANTIOCH AND BERŒA

[24]

ST. TIMOTHY, B. AND M.
ST. BABYLAS BISHOP OF ANTIOCH AND MARTYR.
ST. SURANUS, ABBOT IN UMBRIA
ST. MACEDONIUS, ANCHORET IN SYRIA
ST. CADOCUS, OR CADOC, ABBOT IN WALES

[25]

THE CONVERSION OF ST. PAUL
SS. JUVENTINUS AND MAXIMINUS, MARTYRS
ST. PROJECTUS, BISHOP OF CLERMONT, M.
ST. POPPO, ABBOT OF STAVELO
ST. APOLLO, ABBOT IN THEBAIS
ST. PUBLIUS, ABBOT NEAR ZEUGMA, UPON THE EUPHRATES

[26]

ST. POLYCARP, BISHOP OF SMYRNA, M.
ST. PAULA, WIDOW
ST. CONON, BISHOP OF THE ISLE OF MAN

[27]

ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM ARCHBISHOP OF CONSTANTINOPLE, AND DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH
ON THE WRITINGS OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM
ST. JULIAN, FIRST BISHOP OF MANS, C.
ST. MARIUS, ABBOT.

[28]

SAINT AGNES, V. M.
ST. CYRIL PATRIARCH OF ALEXANDRIA.
SS. THYRSUS, LEUCIUS, AND CALLINICUS, MM.
ST. JOHN OF REOMAY, A. NOW CALLED MOUTIER-SAINT-JEAN, IN BURGUNDY
B. MARGARET, PRINCESS OF HUNGARY, V.
ST. PAULINUS, PATRIARCH OF AQUILEIA, C.
B. CHARLEMAGNE, EMPEROR
ST. GLASTIAN, B. C. IN SCOTLAND

[29]

SAINT FRANCIS OF SALES, BISHOP AND CONFESSOR
SAINT SULPICIUS SEVERUS* DISCIPLE OF ST. MARTIN
ST. GILDAS THE WISE, OR BADONICUS, ABBOT
ST. GILDAS THE ALBANIAN, OR THE SCOT, C.*

[30]

ST. BATHILDES, QUEEN OF FRANCE
ST. MARTINA, V. M.
ST. ALDEGONDES, V. ABBESS
ST. BARSIMÆUS, B. M. CALLED BY THE SYRIANS BARSAUMAS

[31]

SAINT PETER NOLASCO, C. FOUNDER OF THE ORDER OF OUR LADY FOR THE REDEMPTION OF CAPTIVES
ST. SERAPION, M.
SS. CYRUS AND JOHN, MM.
ST. MARCELLA, WIDOW
ST. MAIDOC, OR MAODHOG, CALLED ALSO AIDAN AND MOGUE, BISHOP OF FERNS, IN IRELAND
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