romanmartyrology

Quarto Idus Júlii. Luna . The Twelfth Day of July. The Night of the Moon. 

In monastério Passiniáno, prope Floréntiam, sancti Joánnis Gualbérti Abbátis, qui fuit Institútor Ordinis Vallis Umbrósæ. In the monastery of Passignano, near Florence, Abbot St. John Gualbert, founder of the Order of Vallombrosa.

Laudæ, in Insúbria, sanctórum Mártyrum Náboris et Felícis, qui, in persecutióne Maximiáni, post vária torménta, cápitis decollatióne martyrium complevérunt; eorúmque córpora a beáta Savína Mediolánum advécta sunt, ibíque honorífice sepúlta. At Milan, the holy martyrs Nabor and Felix, who suffered in the persecution of Maximian. Their bodies were brought into the city by blessed Savina, and were honourably buried there.

In Cypro beáti Jasónis, qui fuit unus ex antíquis Christi discípulis. In Cyprus, St. Jason, one of the first disciples of Christ.

Lucæ, in Túscia, beáti Paulíni, qui, a sancto Petro Apóstolo primus ejúsdem civitátis Epíscopus est ordinátus; et, sub Neróne, ad radíces montis Pisáni, post multos agónes, martyrium suum cum áliis Sóciis consummávit. At Lucca in Tuscany, blessed Paulinus, who was consecrated first bishop of that city by St. Peter. Under Nero he completed his martyrdom along with many others at the foot of Mt. Pisa, but only after many trials.

Aquiléjæ natális sancti Hermágoræ, qui éxstitit discípulus beáti Marci Evangelístæ, et primus ejúsdem civitátis Epíscopus. Hic, inter mirácula sanitátum, et prædicatiónis instántiam, ac populórum conversiónem, plúrima pœnárum génera expértus, tandem, una cum Diácono suo Fortunáto, capitáli supplício perpétuum méruit obtinére triúmphum. At Aquileia, the birthday of St. Hermagoras, disciple of the blessed evangelist Mark, and first bishop of that city. When performing miraculous cures, or while preaching, frequently bringing souls to repentance, he suffered many torments. Finally by capital punishment he merited an immortal triumph along with his deacon Fortunatus.

Eódem die pássio sanctórum Procli et Hilariónis, qui, sub Trajáno Imperatóre et Máximo Præside, per acerbíssima torménta ad palmam martyrii pervenérunt. The same day, the Saints Proclus and Hilarion, who won the palm of martyrdom after most bitter torments, in the time of Emperor Trajan and the governor Maximus.

Toléti, in Hispánia, sanctæ Marciánæ, Vírginis et Mártyris; quæ, pro fide Christi, objécta béstiis atque a tauro discérpta, martyrio coronátur. At Toledo in Spain, St. Marciana, virgin and martyr. For the faith of Christ, she was cast to the beasts, torn to pieces by a bull, and was thus crowned with martyrdom.

Apud Leontínos, in Sicília, sanctæ Epíphanæ, quæ sub Diocletiáno Imperatóre et Tertyllo Præside, ubéribus præcísis, réddidit spíritum. At Lentini, St. Epiphana, who, after her breasts were cut away, died in the time of Emperor Diocletian and the governor Tertillus.

Lugdúni, in Gállia, sancti Viventíoli Epíscopi. At Lyons in France, St. Viventiolus, bishop.

Bonóniæ sancti Paterniáni Epíscopi. At Bologna, St. Paternian, bishop.

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 XII.
St. John Gualbert, Abbot
SS. Nabor and Felix, Martyrs

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