romanmartyrology

Tértio Kaléndas Júnii. Luna . The Thirtieth Day of May. The Night of the Moon. 

Sancti Felícis Primi, Papæ et Mártyris, cujus dies natális tértio Kaléndas Januárii recensétur. Pope St. Felix I, martyr, whose birthday is commemorated on the 30th of December.

Túrribus, in Sardínia, sanctórum Mártyrum Gabíni et Críspuli. At Torres in Sardinia, the holy martyrs Gabinus and Crispulus.

Antiochíæ sanctórum Syci et Palatíni, qui, pro Christi nómine, multa torménta passi sunt. At Antioch, Saints Sycus and Palatinus, who endured many torments for the name of Christ.

Ravénnæ sancti Exsuperántii, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Ravenna, St. Exuperantius, bishop and confessor.

Papíæ sancti Anastásii Epíscopi. At Pavia, St. Anastasius, bishop.

Cæsaréæ, in Cappadócia, sanctórum Basilíi et Emméliæ uxóris, qui fuérunt paréntes beatórum Basilíi Magni et Gregórii Nysséni ac Petri Sebasténsis Episcopórum, atque Macrínæ Vírginis. Hi vero sancti cónjuges, témpore Galérii Maximiáni, extórres facti, Pónticas solitúdines incolúere; et post persecutiónem, fíliis suárum relíctis virtútum herédibus, in pace quievérunt. At Caesarea in Cappadocia, the Saints Basil and his wife Emmelia, parents of St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory of Nyssa, St. Peter of Sebastopol, bishops, and St. Macrina, virgin. They lived in exile in the deserts of Pontus during the reign of Galerius Maximian, and after the persecution they died in peace, leaving their children as heirs of their virtues.

Híspali, in Hispánia, sancti Ferdinándi Tértii, Castéllæ et Legiónis Regis, ob virtútum præstántiam cognoménto Sancti; qui, fídei propagándæ zelo clarus, tandem, devíctis Mauris, ad cæléste regnum, terréno relícto, felíciter evolávit. At Seville in Spain, St. Ferdinand III, king of Castile and Leon. He was surnamed the Saint on account of his eminent virtues; he was celebrated for his zeal in spreading the faith. After conquering the Moors he left his kingdom on earth to pass happily to that of heaven.

Rotómagi sanctæ Joánnæ Arcénsis Vírginis, Puéllæ Aurelianénsis appellátæ, quæ cum fórtiter pro pátria dimicásset, tandem, in hóstium potestátem trádita, iníquo judício condemnáta est et igne combústa; atque a Benedícto Décimo quinto, Pontífice Máximo, Sanctórum fastis adscrípta. At Rouen, St. Joan of Arc, virgin, called the Maid of Orleans. After fighting heroically for her fatherland, she was at the end delivered into the hands of the enemies, condemned by an unjust judge, and burned at the stake. The supreme Pontiff Benedict XV placed her name on the canon of the saints.

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

May XXX.
St. Felix I., Pope and Martyr
St. Walstan, Confessor
St. Ferdinand III., King of Castile and Leon, Confessor
St. Maguil, in Latin Madelgisilus, Recluse in Picardy

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