Saints’ Memorials and Feast Days of the Church – 31 May

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Feast)
Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces

Alexander of Auvergne
Camilla Battista Varano
Crescentian of Sassari
Donatian of Cirta
Felice of Nicosia
Galla of Auvergne
Hermias of Comana
Bl Jacob Chu Mun-mo
Bl James Salomone
Juan Moya Collado
Bl Kasper Gerarz
Lupicinus of Verona
Mancus of Cornwall
Bl Mariano of Roccacasale
Mechtildis of Edelstetten
Myrbad of Cornwall
Bl Nicolas Barré
Bl Nicholaus of Vangadizza
Bl Nicholaus of Vaucelles
Nowa Mawaggali
Paschasius of Rome
Petronilla of Rome
Bl Robert Thorpe
Silvio of Toulouse
Bl Thomas Watkinson
Bl Vitalis of Assisi
Winnow of Cornwall

Martyrs of Aquileia – 3 saints: Three young members of the imperial Roman nobility and who were raised in a palace and had Saint Protus of Aquileia as tutor and catechist. To escape the persecutions of Diocletian, the family sold their property and moved to Aquileia, Italy. However, the authorities there quickly ordered them to sacrifice to idols; they refused. Martyrs all – Cantianilla, Cantian and Cantius. They were beheaded in 304 at Aquae-Gradatae (modern San-Cantiano) just outside Aquileia, Italy

Martyrs of Gerona – 29 saints: A group of Christians martyred together in Gerona, Catalonia, Spain, date unknown. No details about them have survived but the names –
• Agapia
• Amelia
• Castula
• Cicilia
• Donatus
• Firmus
• Fortunata
• Gaullenus
• Germanus
• Honorius
• Istialus
• Justus
• Lautica
• Lupus
• Maxima
• Paulica
• Rogate
• Rogatus
• Silvanus
• Tecla
• Teleforus
• Tertula
• Tertus
• Victoria
• Victurinus
• Victurus

Martyrs of the Via Aurelia – 4 saints: Four Christians martyred together. No information about them has survived except their names – Justa, Lupus, Tertulla and Thecla. The martyrdom occurred in 69 on the Via Aurelia near Rome, Italy



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