At Gubbio, of St. Ubaldus, bishop, renowned for
miracles.-In Isauria, the birthday of the holy
martyrs Aquilinus and Victorian.-At Auxerre, the
passion of St. Peregrinus, first bishop of that city.
He was sent into Gaul with other clergymen by
the blessed pope Xystus, and having fulfilled the
office of preaching the Gospel, he merited an everlasting crown by being condemned to capital
punishment.-At Uazalis, in Africa, of the holy
martyrs Felix and Gennadius.-In Palestine, the
martyrdom of holy monks, massacred by the Saracens in the monastery of St. Sabas.-In Persia,
of the holy martyrs Audas, bishop, seven priests,
nine deacons and seven virgins, who endured various kinds of torments under king Isdegerdes, and
thus gloriously consummated their martyrdom.-
At Prague, in Bohemia, of St. John Nepomucen,
canon of the metropolitan church, who being
tempted in vain to betray the secret of confession, was cast into the river Moldau, and thus won
the palm of martyrdom.-At Amiens, in France,
of St. Honoratus, bishop.-At Le Mans, of St.
Domnolus, bishop.-At Mirandola, in Aimilia, of
St. Possidius, bishop of Calame, disciple of St.
Augustine, and the author of his glorious life-At
Troyes, of St. Fidolus, confessor.-In Ireland, of
of St. Brendan, abbot.-At Fréjus, of St. Maxima,
virgin, who, after being celebrated for many virtues,
rested in peace.
Library of Congress. The Roman Martyrology. John Murphy & CO, Publishers, 1897.