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On certain dates of the liturgical year, the Martyrology prescribes special announcements to be made before or after the commemoration of saints: Abdon and Sennen, 30 July, removed. Silverius, 20 June, removed.
Martyrologium Romanum – Introductory Page
Forty Martyrs, 10 March, added in the 12th century, removed. A short Scripture reading may follow, which the reader concludes with ” Verbum Domini ” “The word of the Lord”to which those present respond: They were the living temples of the Holy Ghost, in whose mortal bodies dwelt all the riches of His wisdom and grace.
Though dead, they still speak. June Erasmus, 2 June, removed. As many an ardent, spirit has been induced to rush to the cannon’s mouth by reading the exploits of earthly heroes, so many a generous Christian soul has been fired with heavenly ardor, and been impelled to rush to the crown of martyrdom, by reading the lives and heroic achievements of the Saints and Martyrs of Christ.
Retrieved from ” https: While the the Martyrology presented is complete, it nevertheless does not present us with great detail concerning the lives of those whose names are forever indited within it, still less the complete circumstances surrounding and leading up to their martyrdom.
T he following is the complete text of the Roman Martyrology circa A. The same day, St.
Primus and Felician, 9 June, removed. Retrieved 6 June 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 martyrolovium of regions where the proclaiming of the Gospel arrived at a later date. 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.
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Roman Martyrology, Complete, in English for Daily Reflection
Cyprian and Justina, 26 September, removed. Petronilla, 31 May, removed. A second edition was published in the same year. After being banished to Sardinia, he was permitted to return to his diocese, where he ended his life by a holy death, leaving a reputation for sanctity and eloquence. These belong to all classes and callings of life; from the throne to the hovel, from the Pontiff to the lowest cleric, from the philosopher to the peasant, from the busy walks of life to the dreary wastes of the desert.
Odiloabbot of Cluny, who was the first to prescribe that the commemoration of all the faithful departed should be made in his monasteries the day after the feast of All Saints.
Soter and Caius, 22 April, added in the 13th century, removed. Didacus of Alcala, 13 November, removed. Sergius, Bacchus, Marcellus, Apulleius, 8 October, removed.
The wisdom of the Church of God in honoring her Saints is equaled only by the great utility of the practice thus consecrated. Praxedes, 21 July, removed. Many more Saints and Martyrs have since been entered into this calendar commemorating the heroic faith, the holy deeds, the exemplary lives, and in many cases the glorious deaths of these Milites Christior Soldiers of Christ, who gave every fiber of their being to God for His glory, for the sanctification of His Holy Catholic Church, for the conversion of sinners both at home and in partibus infidelium rokanumfor the salvation of souls, and for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, even as He had last commanded His holy Apostles: Anicetus, 17 April, added in the 12th century, removed.
Every day has here its record of Sanctity; and there is scarcely a Christian, no matter how lowly or how much occupied, who may not be able to daily peruse, with faith and with great profit, the brief page of each day’s models of Holiness.
If time have its heroes, why should not eternity; if man, why should not God? And in other places, many other holy martyrollogium, confessors, and virgins. John and Paul, 26 June, removed.
Urban I, 25 May, removed. Evaristus, 26 October, removed. Catherine, 25 November, removed.
And what does God want for me? Prayer to Saint Michael against satan. Zephyrinus, 26 August, removed.