romanmartyrology

Sexto Kaléndas Augústi. Luna . The Twenty-Seventh Day of July. The Night of the Moon. 

Nicomedíæ pássio sancti Pantaleónis médici, qui, pro fide Christi, a Maximiáno Imperatóre tentus, et equúlei pœna ac lampadárum exustióne afflíctus, sed inter hæc, Dómino sibi apparénte, refrigerátus, gládii tandem ictu martyrium consummávit. At Nicomedia, the martyrdom of St. Pantaleon, a physician. For the faith of Christ he was apprehended by Emperor Maximian, subjected to the torture and burned with torches, during which torments he was comforted by an apparition of our Lord. He ended his martyrdom by a stroke of the sword.

Vigíliis, in Apúlia, sanctórum Mártyrum Mauri Epíscopi, Pantaleémonis et Sérgii; qui passi sunt sub Trajáno. At Bisceglie in Apulia, the holy martyrs Maur, a bishop, Pantaleon, and Sergius, who suffered under Trajan.

Nicomedíæ sancti Hermolái Presbyteri, cujus doctrína beátus Pantáleon ad fidem convérsus est; itémque sanctórum Hermíppi et Hermócratis fratrum, qui, post multas pœnas sibi illátas, capitáli senténtia, ob confessiónem Christi, a Maximiáno Imperatóre puníti sunt. At Nicomedia, St. Hermolaus, priest, by whose instructions blessed Pantaleon was converted to the faith. Also, the Saints Hermippus and Hermocrates, brothers. After many sufferings borne for the confession of Christ, they were condemned to death by the same Maximian.

Córdubæ, in Hispánia, sanctórum Mártyrum Geórgii Diáconi, Aurélii et uxóris Natáliæ, Felícis et uxóris Liliósæ, in persecutióne Arábica. At Cordova in Spain, during the Arab persecution, the holy martyrs George, a deacon, Aurelius and his wife Natalia, Felix and his wife Liliosa.

Nolæ, in Campánia, sanctórum Mártyrum Felícis, Júliæ et Jucúndæ. At Nola in Campania, the holy martyrs Felix, Julia, and Jucunda.

Apud Homerítas, in Arábia, commemorátio sanctórum Mártyrum, qui, sub Dúnaan tyránno, ob Christi fidem, incéndio tráditi sunt. In the country of the Homerites in Arabia, the commemoration of the holy martyrs, who were delivered to the flames for the faith of Christ under the tyrant Dunaan.

Ephesi natális sanctórum septem Dormiéntium, scílicet Maximiáni, Malchi, Martiniáni, Dionysii, Joánnis, Serapiónis et Constantíni. At Ephesus, the birthday of the Seven Holy Sleepers, Maximian, Malchus, Martinian, Denis, John, Serapion, and Constantine.

Romæ sancti Cælestíni Papæ Primi, qui damnávit Constantinopolitánum Epíscopum Nestórium, Pelagiúmque fugávit; cujus étiam auctoritáte universális sancta Synodus Ephesína advérsus eúndem Nestórium celebráta est. At Rome, Pope St. Celestine I, who had condemned Nestorius, bishop of Constantinople, and put Pelagius to flight. By his command the holy universal Council of Ephesus was also held against the same Nestorius.

Antisiodóri deposítio beáti Æthérii, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Auxerre, the death of blessed Aetherius, bishop and confessor.

Constantinópoli beátæ Anthúsæ Vírginis, quæ, sub Constantíno Coprónymo, ob cultum sanctárum Imáginum, verbéribus cæsa et exsílio relegáta, quiévit in Dómino. At Constantinople, blessed Anthusa, virgin. After being scourged and banished by Constantine Copronymus for the veneration of holy images, she rested in the Lord.

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 XXVII.
St. Pantaleon, Martyr
SS. Maximian, Malchus, Martinian, Dionysius, John, Serapion, and Constantine, Martyrs
St. Congall, Abbot in Ireland
St. Luican, Confessor in Ireland

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