romanmartyrology

Quartodécimo Kaléndas Augústi. Luna . The Nineteenth Day of July. The Sixteenth Day of July. The Night of the Moon. 

Sancti Vincénti a Paulo, Presbyteri et Confessóris, Congregatiónis Presbyterórum Missiónis et Puellárum Caritátis Fundatóris, cæléstis ómnium caritátis Societátum Patróni; qui in Dómino obdormívit quinto Kaléndas Octóbris. St. Vincent de Paul, priest and confessor, founder of the priests of the Congregation of the Mission and the Sisters of Charity, the heavenly patron of all charitable organizations. He fell asleep in the Lord on the 27th of September.

Colóssis, in Phrygia, natális sancti Epaphræ, quem sanctus Paulus Apóstolus concaptívum appéllat. Hic, ab eódem Apóstolo Colóssis Epíscopus ordinátus, ibídem, clarus virtútibus, martyrii palmam, pro óvibus sibi commendátis, viríli agóne percépit; cujus corpus Romæ, in Basílica sanctæ Maríæ Majóris, cónditum est. At Colossae in Phrygia, the birthday of St. Epaphras, whom the apostle St. Paul calls his fellow-prisoner. By the same apostle he was consecrated bishop of Colossae, where, becoming renowned for his virtues, he received the palm of martyrdom for defending courageously the flock committed to his charge. His body lies at Rome in the basilica of St. Mary Major.

Tréviris sancti Martíni, Epíscopi et Mártyris. At Treves, St. Martin, bishop and martyr.

Híspali, in Hispánia, pássio sanctárum Vírginum Justæ et Rufínæ, quæ, a Præside Diogeniáno comprehénsæ, primo equúlei extensióne et ungulárum laniatióne vexátæ, póstea cárcere, inédia et váriis torsiónibus sunt afflíctæ; tandem Justa in cárcere spíritum exhalávit, Rufínæ vero cervix, in confessióne Dómini, confracta est. At Seville in Spain, the martyrdom of the holy virgins Justa and Rufina. Arrested by the governor Diogenian, they were stretched on the rack and lacerated with iron claws, then imprisoned and subjected to starvation and various tortures. Justa died in prison, but Rufina’s neck was broken for the confession of the Lord.

Córdubæ, in Hispánia, sanctæ Aureæ Vírginis, beatórum Adúlfi et Joánnis Mártyrum soróris; quæ aliquándo in apostasíæ crimen a Mahumetáno Júdice indúcta est, sed mox, facti pænitens, iteráto certámine, hostem effúso sánguine superávit. At Cordova in Spain, St. Aurea, virgin, the sister of the holy martyrs Adulphus and John. A Mohammedan judge had persuaded her to apostatize for a while, but quickly repenting of what she had done, in the second trial overcame the enemy by the shedding of her blood.

Romæ sancti Symmachi Papæ, qui, a schismaticórum factióne diútius fatigátus, demum, sanctitáte conspícuus, migrávit ad Dóminum. At Rome, Pope St. Symmachus, who for a long time had much to bear, from a faction of schismatics. At last, distinguished by holiness, he went to God.

Verónæ sancti Felícis Epíscopi. At Verona, St. Felix, bishop.

Apud Scetim, Ægypti montem, sancti Arsénii, Románæ Ecclésiæ Diáconi; qui, Theodósii témpore, in solitúdinem secéssit, ibíque, virtútibus ómnibus consummátus et jugi lacrimárum imbre perfúsus, spíritum Deo réddidit. At Scete, a mountain in Egypt, St. Arsenius, a deacon of the Roman Church. In the time of Theodosius he retired into a desert where, endowed with every virtue and shedding continual tears, he yielded his soul unto God.

In Cappadócia sanctæ Macrínæ Vírginis, fíliæ sanctórum Basilíi et Emméliæ, atque soróris item sanctórum Episcopórum Basilíi Magni, Gregórii Nysséni et Petri Sebastiénsis. In Cappadocia, St. Macrina, virgin. She was the daughter of Saints Basil and Emmelia, and the sister of the holy bishops, St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory of Nyssa, and St. Peter of Sebaste.

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 XIX.
St. Vincent of Paul, Confessor
St. Arsenius, Anchoret of Sceté
St. Symmachus, Pope and Confessor
St. Macrina, Virgin

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