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Liborius, 23 July, removed. Concordiuspriest and martyr, who was beaten with clubs, and then put to the torture. Apollinaris, 23 July, removed. They were the living temples of the Holy Ghost, in whose mortal bodies dwelt all the riches of His wisdom and grace. Praxedes, 21 July, removed.
Juliana Falconieri; Gervase and Protase, 19 June, removed. Very soon, in and again inrevised editions were published with corrections by Caesar Baronius along with indications of the sources on which he drew, and in Pope Urban VIII issued a new edition.
The Second Vatican Council decreed: In making up this long roll of honor, the Church has been actuated by that instinctive wisdom with which the Spirit of God, who abides in her and teaches her all truth, has endowed her, and which permeates through and guides all her actions. On certain dates of the liturgical year, the Martyrology prescribes special announcements to be made before or after the commemoration of saints: Sabbas, 5 Martyroloigum, removed.
Vigil of the Nativity of John the Baptist, 23 June, removed. Francis Borgia, 10 October, removed. Holy Four Crowned Marryrologium, 8 November, removed. The entry for each date in the Martyrology is to be read on martyfologium previous day. Hermes, 28 August, removed. Canute, 19 January, removed.
She is the Spouse of Christ, without spot or wrinkle or blemish, wholly glorious and undefiled, whom He loved, for whom He died, and to whom He promised the Spirit of Truth, to comfort her in her dreary pilgrimage through this valley of tears, and to abide with her forever.
November Vitalis and Agricola, 4 November, removed. Proclamations for Christmas, Epiphany, and Easter. Barbara, 4 December, removed. Valentine, 14 February, romanmu. Shall all the gifts, which God has lavished upon me, be ingloriously spent and foolishly madtyrologium, in the petty contest for this world’s evanescent honors and riches, while the poor and contemned lay up treasures in heaven, and secure the prize of immortal glory?
Martina, virginwho endured various kinds of torments, and being beheaded, received the palm of martyrdom.
Martyrologium Romanum – Index Generalis
Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop Baltimore. Nicomedes, 15 September, removed.
Pius I, 11 July, removed. Dorothy, 6 February, added in the 13th century, removed.
Petronilla, 31 May, removed. Retrieved 6 June Unless otherwise stated, permission is granted by the Boston Catholic Journal for the copying and distribution of the ronanum and audio files under the following conditions: This page was last edited on 11 Septemberat At Caesarea, in Cappadocia, the demise of St.
William, 25 June, removed. Felix, Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrice, 29 July, removed.
Augustine reached at the very crisis of his life, the moment of his conversion “If other men like me have attained to such sanctity, why not I? Peter Celestine; Pudentiana, 19 May, removed. No additions, deletions, or changes are to be made to the text or audio files in any way, and the copies may not be sold for a profit. Marcellus, 16 January, removed. Pantaleon, 27 July, removed. Its daily and pious perusal will console us in affliction, will animate us in despondency, will make our souls glow with the love of God in coldness, and will lift up our minds and hearts from this maftyrologium and ever-changing earth to the bright and everlasting mansions prepared for us in Heaven!
After a long confinement in prison, where he was visited by an angel, he lost his life by the sword. The Saints are not merely heroes; they are models. Basil, bishopwhose festival is kept on the 14th of June, the date of his consecration as bishop. Christina 24 July, removed. The suppression of reference to a certain number of saints who are not universally known has permitted the insertion, within the Roman Calendar, of names of some martyrs of regions where the proclaiming of the Gospel arrived at a later date.
Felix of Valois, 20 November, removed. Hyginus, 11 January, added in the 12th century removed. Venantius, 18 May, removed. We establish that they will go into effect on January 1, Sabina, 29 August, removed.