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The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Other Principal Saints
Volume II: February
Rev. Alban Butler
Bibliographic Record

February I.
  St. Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, Martyr
  St. Pionius, Priest and Martyr
  St. Bridgit, or Bridget, Virgin and Abbess, Patroness of Ireland
  St. Kinnia, Virgin, of Ireland
  St. Sigebert II., French King of Austrasia, Confessor
February II.
  The Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  St. Laurence, Archbishop of Canterbury
February III.
  St. Blase, Bishop and Martyr
  St. Anscharius, Archbishop of Hamburg and Bremen, Confessor
  St. Wereburge, Virgin and Abbess, in England, Patroness of Chester
  St. Margaret, Virgin, in England
February IV.
  St. Andrew Corsini, Bishop and Confessor
  St. Phileas, and St. Philoromus, Bishop of Thmuis, Martyrs
  St. Gilbert, Abbot, Founder of the Gilbertins
  St. Jean, Joan, or Joanna, of Valois, Queen of France
  St. Isidore of Pelusium, Priest
  St. Rembert, Archbishop of Bremen, Confessor
  St. Modan, Abbot in Scotland, Confessor
  St. Joseph of Leonissa, Confessor
February V.
  St. Agatha, Virgin and Martyr
  The Martyrs of Japan
  Appendix on the Martyrs of China
  SS. Martyrs of Pontus, under Dioclesian
  St. Avitus, Archbishop of Vienne, Confessor
  St. Alice, or Adelaide, Virgin and Abbess
  St. Abraamius, Bishop of Arbela, Martyr
February VI.
  St. Dorothy, Virgin and Martyr
  St. Vedast, Bishop of Arras, Confessor
  St. Amandus, Bishop and Confessor
  St. Barsanuphius, Anchoret
February VII.
  St. Romuald, Abbot and Confessor, Founder of the Order of Camaldoli
  St. Richard, King in England, and Confessor
  St. Theodorus of Heraclea, Martyr
  St. Tresain, or Tresanus, Priest and Confessor
  St. Augulus, Bishop in England, and Martyr
February VIII.
  St. John of Matha, Confessor, Founder of the Order of the Trinitarians
  St. Stephen of Grandmont, Abbot
  Appendix to the Life of St. Stephen of Grandmont
  St. Paul, Bishop of Verdun, Confessor
  St. Cuthman, in England, Confessor
February IX.
  St. Apollonia, Virgin and Martyr
  St. Nicephorus, Martyr
  St. Theliau, Bishop in England, and Confessor
  St. Ansbert, Archbishop of Rouen in 695, Confessor
  St. Attracta, or Tarahata, Virgin, in Ireland
  St. Erhard, Abbot and Confessor, Native of Scotland
February X.
  St. Scholastica, Virgin
  St. Soteris, Virgin and Martyr
  St. William of Maleval, Hermit, and Institutor of the Order of Gulielmites
  St. Erlulph, Bishop and Martyr, Native of Scotland
February XI.
  SS. Saturninus, Dativus, and Others, Martyrs of Africa
  St. Severinus, Abbot of Agaunum
  St. Theodora, Empress
February XII.
  St. Benedict of Anian, Abbot
  St. Meletius, Patriarch of Antioch, Confessor
  St. Eulalia, Virgin, of Barcelona, Martyr
  St. Antony Cauleas, Patriarch of Constantinople, Confessor
February XIII.
  St. Catharine de Ricci, Virgin
  St. Licinius, Bishop of Angers, Confessor
  St. Polyeuctus, Martyr
  St. Gregory II. Pope and Confessor
  St. Martinianus, Hermit at Athens
  St. Modomnoc, or Dominick, of Ossory, Bishop and Confessor
  St. Stephen, Abbot
  B. Roger, Abbot and Confessor
February XIV.
  St. Valentine, Priest and Martyr
  St. Maro, Abbot
  St. Abraames, Bishop of Carres
  St. Auxentius, Hermit
  St. Conran, Bishop of Orkney, Confessor
February XV.
  SS. Faustinus and Jovita, Martyrs
  St. Sigefride, or Sigfrid, Bishop, Apostle of Sweden
February XVI.
  St. Onesimus, Disciple of St. Paul
  SS. Elias, Jeremy, Isaias, Samuel, Daniel, and Other Holy Martyrs at Cæsarea, in Palestine
  St. Juliana, Virgin and Martyr
  St. Gregory X. Pope and Confessor
  St. Tanco, or Tatta, Bishop and Martyr, Native of Scotland
February XVII.
  St. Flavian, Archbishop of Constantinople, Martyr
  SS. Theodulus and Julian, Martyrs
  St. Silvin of Auchy, Bishop and Confessor
  St. Loman, or Luman, Bishop in Ireland, Confessor
  St. Fintan, Abbot of Cluain-Ednech, in Ireland
February XVIII.
  St. Simeon, Bishop of Jerusalem, Martyr
  SS. Leo and Paregorius, Martyrs
February XIX.
  St. Barbatus, or Barbas, Bishop of Benevento, Confessor
February XX.
  SS. Tyrannio, Bishop of Tyre, Zenobius, and Other Martyrs in Phœnicia
  St. Sadoth, Bishop of Seleucia and Ctesiphon, with 128 Companions, Martyrs
  St. Eleutherius, Bishop of Tournay, Martyr
  St. Mildred, Virgin and Abbess
  St. Eucherius, Bishop of Orleans, Confessor
  St. Ulrick, Recluse in England
February XXI.
  St. Severianus, Bishop of Scythopolis, Martyr
  SS. German, Abbot of Granfel, and Randaut, Martyrs
  SS. Daniel, Priest, and Verda, Virgin, Martyrs
  B. Pepin of Landen
February XXII.
  The Chair of St. Peter, at Antioch
  St. Margaret of Cortona, Penitent
  SS. Thalassius and Limneus, Confessors
  St. Baradat, Confessor
February XXIII.
  St Serenus, a Gardener, Martyr
  St. Milburge, Virgin in England
  B. Dositheus, Monk
  B. Peter Damian, Cardinal, Bishop of Ostia
  St. Boisil, Prior of Mailross, or Melross, Confessor
February XXIV.
  St. Matthias, Apostle
  SS. Montanus, Lucius, Flavian, Julian, Victoricus, Primolus, Rhenus, and Donatian, Martyrs at Carthage
  St. Lethard, Bishop of Senlis, Confessor
  B. Robert of Arbrissel, Priest
  St. Pretextatus, or Prix, Archbishop of Rouen, Martyr
  St. Ethelbert, Confessor, First Christian King among the English
February XXV.
  St. Tarasius, Patriarch of Constantinople, Confessor
  St. Victorinus, and Six Companions, Martyrs
  St. Walburge, Virgin, Abbess in England
  St. Cæsarius, Physician, Confessor
February XXVI.
  St. Alexander, Patriarch of Alexandria, Confessor
  St. Porphyrius, Bishop of Gaza, Confessor
  St. Victor, or Vittre, of Arcies, or Arcis, in Champagne, Anchoret and Confessor
February XXVII.
  St. Leander, Bishop of Seville, Confessor
  SS. Julian, Chronion, and Besas, Martyrs
  St. Thalilæus, a Cilician, Recluse in Syria
  St. Galmier, of Lyons
  St. Nestor, Bishop and Martyr
  St. Alnoth, Anchoret and Martyr
February XXVIII.
  Martyrs Who Died in the Great Pestilence in Alexandria
  St. Proterius, Patriarch of Alexandria, Martyr
  SS. Romanus and Lupicinus, Abbots
February XXIX.
  St. Oswald, Bishop of Worcester and Archbishop of York



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