romanmartyrology

Nono Kaléndas Júnii. Luna . The Twenty-Fourth Day of May. The Night of the Moon. 

Antiochíæ natális sancti Mánahen, qui fuit Heródis Tetrárchæ collactáneus, atque, Doctor et Prophéta exsístens sub grátia novi Testaménti, in eádem urbe quiévit. At Antioch, the birthday of St. Manahen, foster-brother of Herod the Tetrach. He was a doctor and prophet under the grace of the New Testament, and his remains now lie in the city of Antioch.

Item beátæ Joánnæ, uxóris Chuzæ, procuratóris Heródis, quam Lucas Evangelísta commémorat. Also, blessed Joanna, wife of Chuza, Herod’s steward, mentioned by the evangelist St. Luke.

In Portu Románo natális sancti Vincéntii Mártyris. At Porto, the birthday of St. Vincent, martyr.

Nannéte, in Británnia minóre, beatórum Mártyrum Donatiáni et Rogatiáni fratrum, qui, sub Diocletiáno Imperatóre, pro constántia fídei, in cárcerem missi, et in equúleo suspénsi ac laniáti, deínde láncea militári confóssi, novíssime cápite præcísi sunt. At Nantes in Brittany, in the time of Emperor Diocletian, the blessed martyrs Donatian and Rogatian, brothers, who, because of their constancy in the faith, were sent to prison, stretched on the rack, and lacerated. Finally, they were pierced through with a soldier’s lance, and then beheaded.

In Istria sanctórum Mártyrum Zoélli, Servílii, Felícis, Silváni, et Dióclis. In Istria, the holy martyrs Zoellus, Servilius, Felix, Silvanus, and Diocles.

Eódem die sanctórum Mártyrum Melétii, ducis exércitus, ac Sociórum ejus ducentórum et quinquagínta duórum mílitum; qui divérso mortis génere martyrium complevérunt. Also, the holy martyrs Meletius, who was a military officer, and two hundred and fifty-two of his companions, who achieved their martyrdom by various kinds of deaths.

Item sanctárum Mártyrum Susánnæ, Marciánæ et Palládiæ, eorúndem mílitum uxórum, quæ, una cum párvulis suis, confráctæ sunt. Also, the holy martyrs Susanna, Marciana, and Palladia, wives of the soldiers just mentioned, who were put to death with their young children.

Medioláni sancti Robustiáni Mártyris. At Milan, St. Robustian, martyr.

Bríxiæ sanctæ Afræ Mártyris, quæ sub Hadriáno Imperatóre passa est. At Brescia, St. Afra, martyr, who suffered under Emperor Hadrian.

In monastério Lirinénsi, in Gállia, sancti Vincéntii Presbyteri, doctrína et sanctitáte conspícui. In the monastery of Lerins, St. Vincent, a priest eminent for learning and sanctity.

Marróchii, in Africa, beáti Joánnis de Prado, Sacerdótis ex Ordine Minórum et Mártyris; qui, in prædicatióne Evangélii, post víncula, cárceres, flagélla plurimáque ália torménta, pro Christo fórtiter toleráta, per ignem martyrium consummávit. At Morocco in Africa, the passion of blessed John of Prado, priest and martyr of the Order of Friars Minor. While preaching the Gospel, he was bound, imprisoned, and scourged; and after enduring with fortitude many other torments for Christ, fulfilled his martyrdom by fire.

Bonóniæ Translátio sancti Domínici Confessóris, témpore Gregórii Papæ Noni. At Bologna, the translation of St. Dominic, confessor, in the time of Pope Gregory IX.

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 XXIV.
St. Vincent of Lerins, Confessor
SS. Donatian and Rogatian, Martyrs
St. John de Prado, Priest and Martyr

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