romanmartyrology

Séptimo Idus Novémbris. Luna . The Seventh Day of November. The Night of the Moon. 

Patávii deposítio sancti Prosdócimi, qui fuit primus ejúsdem civitátis Epíscopus.  Hic, a beáto Petro Apóstolo Epíscopus ordinátus, ad prædicándum Dei verbum ad prædíctam civitátem missus est; ibíque, multis virtútibus et prodígiis corúscans, beáto fine quiévit.
At Padua, the death of St. Prosdocimus, consecrated as first bishop of that city by the blessed apostle Peter.  He was sent to that city to preach the word of God and there he died a holy death, celebrated for many virtues and miracles.

Perúsiæ sancti Herculáni, Epíscopi et Mártyris.
At Perugia, St. Herculanus, bishop and martyr.

Apud Swelménsem civitátem, in Germánia, pássio sancti Engelbérti, Epíscopi Coloniénsis, qui, cum illuc ex óppido Sosátio ad templum dedicándum pérgeret, a sicáriis intercéptus in via multísque vulnéribus cæsus, gloriósum pro defensióne ecclesiásticæ libertátis et Románæ Ecclésiæ obediéntia martyrium súbiit.
At Schwelm in Germany, the martyrdom of St. Engelbert, bishop of Cologne.  He was on his way from that city to the town of Essen in order to consecrate a church, when he was set upon by ruffians on the road and slain by their many blows.  Thus he suffered martyrdom in defence of Church liberty and for obedience to the Roman Church.

Eódem die sancti Amaránthi Mártyris, qui apud Albigénsem urbem, in Gállia, exácto agónis fidélis cursu, sepúltus, vivit in glória.
The same day, St. Amaranthus, martyr.  After successfully fulfilling the course of his trials he was buried in the city of Albi, but lives in eternal glory.

Melitínæ, in Arménia, pássio sanctórum Hierónis, Nicándri, Hesychii et aliórum trigínta; qui in persecutióne Diocletiáni, sub Lysia Præside, coronáti sunt.
At Melitina in Armenia, the martyrdom of the Saints Hiero, Nicander, Hesychius, and thirty others, who were crowned in the persecution of Diocletian under the governor Lysias.

Amphípoli, in Macedónia, sanctórum Mártyrum Aucti, Tauriónis et Thessalonícæ.
At Amphipolis in Macedonia, the holy martyrs Auctus, Taurio, and Thessalonica.

Ancyræ, in Galátia, pássio sanctórum Melasíppi, Antónii et Carínæ, sub Juliáno Apóstata.
At Ancyra in Galatia, the martyrdom of Saints Melasippus, Anthony and Carina, under Julian the Apostate.

Alexandríæ beáti Achíllæ Epíscopi, qui eruditióne, fide, conversatióne ac móribus fuit insígnis.
At Alexandria, the blessed Achilles, bishop, renowned for his learning, faith, and purity of life.

In Frísia deposítio sancti Willibrórdi, Epíscopi Trajecténsis; qui, a beáto Sérgio Papa ordinátus Epíscopus, in Frísia et Dánia Evangélium prædicávit.
In Friesland, the death of St. Willibrord, bishop of Utrecht, who was consecrated bishop by blessed Pope Sergius, and preached the Gospel in Friesland Denmark.

Metis, in Gállia, sancti Rufi, Epíscopi et Confessóris.
At Metz, St. Rufus, bishop and confessor.

Argentoráti sancti Floréntii Epíscopi.
At Strasbourg, St. Florentius, bishop.

Et álibi aliórum plurimórum sanctórum Mártyrum et Confessórum, atque sanctárum Vírginum.
R.  Deo grátias.
And elsewhere in divers places, many other holy martyrs, confessors, and holy virgins.
R.  Thanks be to God.

November VII.
St. Willibrord, First Bishop of Utrecht, Confessor
St. Werenfrid, Priest and Confessor
St. Prosdecimus, First Bishop of Padua, Confessor

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