romanmartyrology

Sexto Kaléndas Septémbris. Luna . The Twenty-Seventh Day of August. The Night of the Moon. 

Sancti Joséphi Calasánctii, Presbyteri et Confessóris, qui Ordinis Clericórum Regulárium Páuperum Matris Dei Scholárum Piárum éxstitit Fundátor, atque octávo Kaléndas Septémbris obdormívit in Dómino. St. Joseph Calasanctius, priest and confessor, who founded the Order of Poor Clerics Regular of the Mother of God of the Christian Schools. He fell asleep in the Lord on the 25th of August.

Poténtiæ, in Lucánia, pássio sanctórum Aróntii, Honoráti, Fortunáti et Sabiniáni; qui, sanctórum Bonifátii et Theclæ fílii, a Valeriáno Júdice, sub Maximiáno Imperatóre, jussi sunt capitálem subíre senténtiam. Eórum tamen ac reliquórum ex duódecim frátribus festum Kaléndis Septémbris celebrátur. At Potenza in Lucania, the passion of Saints Arontius, Honoratus, Fortunatus, and Sabinian. They were the sons of Saints Boniface and Thecla, and were condemned to death by the judge Valerian in the reign of Emperor Maximian. Their feast, together with that of the other twelve holy brethren, is celebrated on the first of September.

Bérgomi sancti Narni, qui, a beáto Bárnaba baptizátus, primus ab ipso ejúsdem civitátis Epíscopus ordinátus est. At Bergamo, St. Narnus, who was baptized by blessed Barnabas and consecrated by him first bishop of that city.

Cápuæ natális sancti Rufi, Epíscopi et Mártyris; qui, cum esset patríciæ dignitátis, a beáto Apollináre, sancti Petri discípulo, cum univérsa família baptizátus est. At Capua, the birthday of St. Rufus, bishop and martyr, a patrician, who was baptized with all his family by blessed Apollinaris, disciple of St. Peter.

Ibídem sanctórum Mártyrum Rufi et Carpóphori, qui sub Diocletiáno et Maximiáno passi sunt. In the same place, the holy martyrs Rufus and Carpophorus, who suffered under Diocletian and Maximian.

Tomis, in Ponto, sanctórum Mártyrum Marcellíni Tribúni, et uxóris Mannéæ, ac filiórum Joánnis, Serapiónis et Petri. At Tomis in Pontus, the holy martyrs Marcellinus, a tribune, and Mannea, his wife, and his sons John, Serapion, and Peter.

Apud Leonínos, in Sicília, sanctæ Eutháliæ Vírginis, quæ, cum esset Christiána, ad cæléstem Sponsum, a fratre suo Sermiliáno cæsa gládio, migrávit. At Lentini in Sicily, St. Euthalia, virgin. Because she was a Christian she was put to the sword by her brother Sermilian, and went to her Spouse.

Eódem die pássio sanctæ Anthúsæ junióris, quæ ob Christi fidem, in púteum mersa, martyrium sumpsit. The same day, the martyrdom of St. Anthusa the Younger, who was made a martyr by being cast into a well for the faith of Christ.

Areláte, in Gállia, sancti Cæsárii Epíscopi, miræ sanctitátis et pietátis viri. At Arles in France, the holy bishop Caesarius, a man of great sanctity and piety.

Augustodúni sancti Syágrii, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Autun, St. Syagrius, bishop and confessor.

Papíæ sancti Joánnis Epíscopi. At Pavia, St. John, bishop.

Ilérdæ, in Hispánia Tarraconénsi, sancti Licérii Epíscopi. At Lerida in Spain, St. Licerius, bishop.

In Thebáide sancti Pœmenis Anachorétæ. In Thebais, St. Poemen, abbot.

Apud Septempedános, in Picéno, sanctæ Margarítæ Víduæ. At San Severino, in Piceno, St. Margaret, widow.

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

August XXVII.
St. Cæsarius, Archbishop of Arles, Confessor
St. Pœmen, or Pastor, Abbot
St. Hugh of Lincoln, Martyr
St. Joseph Calasanctius, Confessor
St. Malrubius, Hermit and Martyr
St. Syagrius, Bishop of Autun

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