romanmartyrology

Prídie Idus Júnii. Luna. The Twelfth Day of June. The Night of the Moon. 

Sancti Joánnis a sancto Facúndo, ex Eremitárum sancti Augustíni Ordine, Confessóris, qui migrávit in cælum prídie hujus diéi. St. John of St. Facundus, confessor of the Order of the Hermits of St. Augustine, who died on the 11th of June.

Romæ, via Aurélia, natális sanctórum Mártyrum Basílidis, Cyríni, Náboris et Nazárii militum, qui, in persecutióne Diocletiáni et Maximiáni, sub Aurélio Præfécto, ob Christiáni nóminis confessiónem, detrúsi in cárcerem et scorpiónibus laceráti, tandem cápite truncáti sunt. At Rome, on the Aurelian Way, during the persecution of Diocletian and Maximian, and under the prefect Aurelius, the birthday of the holy martyrs Basilides, Cyrinus, Nabor, and Nazarius, all soldiers who were cast into prison for the confession of the Christian name, scourged with knotted whips, and finally beheaded.

Nicǽæ, in Bithynia, sanctæ Antonínæ Mártyris, quæ, in eádem persecutióne, a Priscilliáno Præside jussa est fústibus cædi, suspéndi in equúleo, latéribus laniári et flammis incéndi, ac demum gládio necári. At Nicaea in Bithynia, St. Antonina, martyr. She was scourged by order of the governor Priscillian during the same persecution, then racked, lacerated, exposed to the fire, and finally put to the sword.

Romæ, in Basílica Vaticána, sancti Leónis Papæ Tértii, cui erútos ab ímpiis óculos et præcísam linguam Deus mirabíliter restítuit. At Rome, in the Vatican basilica, Pope St. Leo III, to whom God miraculously restored his eyes and his tongue after they had been torn out by impious men.

In Thrácia sancti Olympii Epíscopi, qui, ab Ariánis sede pulsus, Conféssor occúbuit. In Thrace, St. Olympius, a bishop, who was driven out of his diocese by the Arians, and died a confessor.

In Cilícia sancti Amphiónis Epíscopi, qui, témpore Galérii Maximiáni, Conféssor fuit egrégius. In Cilicia, Bishop St. Amphion, a celebrated confessor of the time of Galerius Maximian.

In Ægypto sancti Onúphrii Anachorétæ, qui in vasta erémo sexagínta annis vitam religióse perégit, et, magnis virtútibus ac méritis clarus, migrávit in cælum. Ipsíus vero insígnia gesta Paphnútius Abbas conscrípsit. In Egypt, St. Onuphrius, an anchoret, who for sixty years led a religious life in the desert, and renowned for great virtues and merits departed for heaven. His admirable deeds have been recorded by Abbot Paphnutius.

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

June XII.
St. John of Sahagun, Confessor
SS. Basilides, Quirinus or Cyrinus, Nabor, and Nazarius, Martyrs
St. Eskill, Bishop and Martyr in Sweden
St. Onuphrius, Hermit
St. Ternan, Bishop of the Picts, Confessor

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