romanmartyrology

Tértio Idus Maji. Luna . The Thirteenth Day of May. The Night of the Moon. 

Sancti Robérti Bellarmíno, e Societáte Jesu, Cardinális atque olim Epíscopi Capuáni, Confessóris et Ecclésiæ Doctóris, cujus dies natális décimo quinto Kaléndas Octóbris recensétur. St. Robert Bellarmine, of the Society of Jesus, cardinal and one time bishop of Capua, confessor and doctor of the Church, whose birthday is kept on the 17th of September.

Romæ Dedicátio Ecclésiæ sanctæ Maríæ ad Mártyres, quam beátus Bonifátius Papa Quartus, expurgáto deórum ómnium véteri fano, quod Pántheon vocabátur, in honórem beátæ semper Vírginis Maríæ et ómnium Mártyrum dedicávit, témpore Phocæ Imperatóris. Ipsíus vero Dedicatiónis ánnuam solemnitátem póstmodum Summus Póntifex Gregórius item Quartus ab univérsa Ecclésia, et in honórem quidem ómnium Sanctórum, Kaléndis Novémbris agéndam esse constítuit. At Rome, in the time of Emperor Phocas, the dedication of the church of St. Mary of the Martyrs, formerly a temple of all the gods, called the Pantheon, which was purified and dedicated by the blessed Pope Boniface IV to the honour of the Blessed Mary ever Virgin, and of all the martyrs. The solemn anniversary of this dedication was later ordered to be kept by Pope Gregory IV as the Feast of All Saints on the 1st of November.

Constantinópoli beáti Múcii, Presbyteri et Mártyris; qui, sub Diocletiáno Imperatóre et Laudício Procónsule, prius Amphípoli, in Macedónia, multis pœnis atque cruciátibus ob Christi confessiónem afflíctus, póstea, Byzántium usque perdúctus, capitáli senténtia occúbuit. At Constantinople, under Emperor Diocletian and the proconsul Laudicius, the blessed Mucius, priest and martyr, who endured many tribulations and torments for the confession of Christ at Amphipolis, and then being taken to Byzantium, suffered death.

Alexandríæ commemorátio plurimórum sanctórum Mártyrum, qui, ob fidem cathólicam, ab Ariánis in Ecclésia Theónæ occísi sunt. At Alexandria, the commemoration of many holy martyrs, who were put to death for the Catholic faith by the Arians in the church of St. Theonas.

Heracléæ, in Thrácia, sanctæ Glycériæ, Mártyris Románæ, quæ, sub Antoníno Imperatóre et Sabíno Prǽside, cum fuísset plúrimis ac diris tentáta supplíciis et ab his divína ope incólumis evasísset, tandem feris est objécta, earúmque una, morsum córpori ipsíus infigénte, spíritum Deo réddidit. At Heraclea in Thrace, St. Glyceria, a Roman martyr who suffered many severe torments under Emperor Antonius and the governor Sabinus. By the help of God having escaped them all unharmed, she was finally thrown to the wild beasts, and when the first one had bitten her body, she rendered her soul to God.

Apud Trajéctum sancti Servátii, Tungrénsis Ecclésiæ Epíscopi; ad cujus méritum ómnibus demonstrándum, dum témpore híemis ómnia in circúitu nix repléret, sepúlcrum ejus numquam opéruit, donec, ex indústria cívium, Basílica super illud ædificáta est. At Utrecht, St. Servatius, bishop of Tongres, whose grave, as a public sign of his merit, was free from snow during winter (although everything around was covered with it), until the inhabitants built a church over it.

In Palæstína sancti Joánnis Silentiárii, qui, Coloniénsi in Arménia Episcopátu dimísso, in sancti Sabbæ laura monásticam vitam duxit, et sancto fine quiévit. In Palestine, St. John the Silent, who resigned the see of Colonia in Armenia and retired to the monastery of St. Sabbas until his saintly death.

Pódii, in diœcési Pictaviénsi, sancti Andréæ Hubérti Fournet, Confessóris, olim párochi, Institúti Filiárum a Cruce una cum sancta Elísabeth Bichier des Ages Fundatóris, quem Pius Papa Undécimus Sanctórum fastis adscrípsit. At La Puye in the diocese of Poitiers, St. André-Hubert Fournet, confessor and one time parish priest, and founder with St. Elizabeth-Lucie Bichier des Ages of the Institute of the Daughters of the Holy Cross. He was placed on the roll of the saints by Pope Pius XI.

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.

May XIII.
St. John the Silent, Bishop and Confessor
St. Peter Regalati, Confessor
St. Servatius, Bishop of Tongres

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