romanmartyrology

Tértio Nonas Júlii. Luna . The Fifth Day of July. The Night of the Moon. 

Cremónæ, in Insúbria, sancti Antónii-Maríæ Zaccaría, Confessóris, qui Clericórum Regulárium sancti Pauli et Angelicárum Vírginum fuit Institútor; atque, virtútibus ómnibus et miráculis insígnis, a Leóne Papa Décimo tértio inter Sanctos adscríptus est. Ejus corpus Medioláni, in Ecclésia sancti Bárnabæ cólitur. At Cremona in Italy, St. Anthony-Mary Zacharias, confessor, founder of the Clerks Regular of St. Paul and also of the Angelic Virgins. Distinguished for all the virtues and for miracles, he was placed among the saints by Pope Leo XIII. His body is venerated in the Church of St. Barnabas at Milan.

Romæ sanctæ Zoæ Mártyris, uxóris beáti Nicostráti Mártyris, quæ, sub Diocletiáno Imperatóre, dum ad confessiónem beáti Petri Apóstoli oráret, a persecutóribus est arctáta et in custódiam obscuríssimam trusa; deínde collo et capíllis in árbore, adhíbito subter horríbili fumo, suspénsa est, et ita, in confessióne Dómini, emísit spíritum. At Rome, St. Zoe, martyr, wife of the blessed martyr Nicostratus. While praying at the tomb of the apostle St. Peter, during the time of Diocletian, she was seized by the persecutors, cast into a dark dungeon, then hanged on a tree by her neck and hair, and suffocated by a loathsome smoke, finally yielding up her soul in the confession of the Lord.

Hierosólymis sancti Athanásii Diáconi, qui, pro sancta Synodo Chalcedonénsi, ab hæréticis comprehénsus et ómnium cruciátum expértus génera, ferro tandem necátus est. At Jerusalem, St. Athanasius, a deacon, who was apprehended by the heretics for defending the Council of Chalcedon, and after experiencing all kinds of torments, was finally put to the sword.

In Syria natális sancti Domítii Mártyris, qui virtútibus suis multa íncolis præstat benefícia. In Syria, the birthday of St. Domitius, martyr, who confers many favours on the people of that country by his miracles.

In Sicília sanctórum Mártyrum Agathónis et Triphínæ. In Sicily, the holy martyrs Agatho and Triphina.

Tomis, in Scythia, sanctórum Mártyrum Maríni, Theódoti et Sédophæ. At Tomis in Scythia, the holy martyrs Marinus, Theodotus, and Sedopha.

Cyréne, in Libya, sanctæ Cyríllæ Mártyris, quæ, in persecutióne Diocletiáni, ardéntes carbónes cum thure super manum pósitos diu ténuit, ne, prunas excutiéndo, thus obtulísse viderétur; deínde, sævíssime laniáta, próprio decoráta sánguine migrávit ad Sponsum. At Cyrene in Libya, St. Cyrilla, martyr, in the persecution of Diocletian. She held burning coals with incense on her hand for a long time, lest by shaking off the coals she should seem to offer incense to the idols. She was afterwards cruelly scourged, and went to her Spouse adorned with her own blood.

Tréviris sancti Numeriáni, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Treves, St. Numerian, bishop and confessor.

Apud Septempedános, in Picéno, sanctæ Philoménæ Vírginis. At San Severino in Piceno, St. Philomena, virgin.

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

July V.
St. Peter of Luxemburgh, Cardinal, Bishop of Metz, Confessor
St. Modwena, a Noble Irish Virgin
St. Edana, or Edaene, in Ireland, Virgin

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