romanmartyrology

Tertiodécimo Kaléndas Aprilis. Luna. The Twentieth Day of March. The Night of the Moon. 

In Judǽa natális sancti Jóachim, patris immaculátæ Vírginis Genitrícis Dei Maríæ, Confessóris. Ipsíus tamen festum ágitur décimo séptimo Kaléndas Septémbris. In Judea, St. Joachim, the father of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. His feast day is on the 16th of August.
In Asia item natális sancti Archíppi, qui beáti Pauli Apóstoli éxstitit commílito, et cujus ipse in Epístola ad Philémonem et ad Colossénses méminit. In Asia, the birthday of St. Archippus, fellow-labourer of the apostle St. Paul, who is mentioned by him in his epistles to Philemon and the Colossians.
In Syria sanctórum Mártyrum Pauli, Cyrílli, Eugénii et aliórum quátuor. In Syria, the holy martyrs Paul, Cyril, Eugene, and four others.

Eódem die sanctórum Photínæ Samaritánæ, Joseph et Victóris filiórum, itémque Sebastiáni Ducis, Anatólii, Phótii, Phótidis, Parascéves et Cyríacæ germanárum; qui omnes, Christum conféssi, martyrium sunt assecúti. On the same day, the Saints Photina, a Samaritan, and her sons Joseph and Victor; also, Sebastian, a military officer, Anatolius, and Photius; Photides, Parasceves, and Cyriaca, sisters, all of whom were put to death for the confession of the faith.
Amísi, in Paphlagónia, sanctárum septem mulíerum, scílicet Alexándræ, Cláudiæ, Euphrásiæ, Matrónæ, Juliánæ, Euphémiæ et Theodósiæ; quæ in fidei confessióne sunt cæsæ, eásque secútæ sunt Derphúta et soror ipsíus. At Amisus in Paphlagonia, seven holy women, Alexandra, Claudia, Euphrasia, Matrona, Juliana, Euphemia, and Theodosia, who were put to death for the confession of the faith. They were followed by Dephuta and her sister.

Apollóniæ sancti Nicétæ Epíscopi, qui, pro sanctárum Imáginum cultu ejéctus in exsílium, illic réddidit spíritum. At Apollonia, Bishop St. Nicetas, who died in exile where he had been sent for upholding the veneration of sacred images.

In monastério Fontanéllæ, in Gállia, sancti Wulfránni, Epíscopi Senonénsis, qui, relícto Episcopátu, ibídem, clarus miráculis, decéssit e vita. In the monastery of Fontanelle in France, St. Wulfram, bishop of Sens, who resigned his bishopric, and after having performed miracles, departed out of this life.

In Británnia deposítio sancti Cuthbérti, Epíscopi Lindisfarnénsis, qui, a puerítia ad óbitum usque, sanctis opéribus et miraculórum signis effúlsit. In England, the death of St. Cuthbert, bishop of Lindisfarne, who from his childhood until his death was renowned for good works and miracles.

Senis, in Túscia, Beáti Ambrósii, ex Ordine Prædicatórum, sanctitáte, prædicatióne et miráculis clari. At Sienna in Tuscany, blessed Ambrose of the Order of Preachers, celebrated for sanctity, eloquence, and miracles.

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.

March XX.
St. Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, Confessor
St. Wulfran, Archbishop of Sens

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