Quinto Kaléndas Júnii. Luna . The Twenty-Eighth Day of May. The Night of the Moon.
Sancti Augustíni, Epíscopi Cantuariénsis et Confessóris, cujus dies natális ágitur séptimo Kaléndas Júnii. St. Augustine, bishop of Canterbury and confessor, whose birthday is mentioned on the 26th of May.
In Sardínia sanctórum Mártyrum Æmílii, Felícis, Priámi et Luciáni, qui, pro Christo certántes, ab eo glorióse coronáti sunt. In Sardinia, the holy martyrs Aemilius, Priamus, and Lucian, who gained their crowns after being in the combat for Christ.
Carnóti, in Gállia, sancti Caráuni Mártyris, qui sub Domitiáno Imperatóre, cápite amputátus, martyrium sumpsit. At Chartres in France, under Emperor Domitian, St. Caraunus, martyr, who was beheaded, and thus acquired the glory of martyrdom.
Item pássio sanctórum Crescéntis, Dioscóridis, Pauli et Helládii. Also the martyrdom of the Saints Crescens, Dioscorides, Paul, and Helladius.
Thécuæ, in Palæstína, sanctórum Monachórum Mártyrum, qui, témpore Theodósii junióris, a Saracénis occísi sunt, quorum sacras relíquias collegérunt áccolæ, et summa veneratióne illas habuérunt. At Thecua in Palestine, the saintly monks who became martyrs by being killed by the Saracens, in the time of Theodosius the Younger. Their venerable remains were gathered by the inhabitants and preserved with greatest reverence.
Corínthi sanctæ Helicónidis Mártyris, témpore Gordiáni Imperatóris. Hæc primum, sub Perénnio Prǽside, multis torméntis afflícta, deínde, sub ejus successóre Justíno, íterum cruciáta, sed ab Angelis liberáta est; demum, disséctis mammis, ferísque objécta atque igne probáta, cápitis obtruncatióne martyrium complévit. At Corinth, St. Helconides, martyr, who was first subjected to torments in the reign of Emperor Gordian, under the governor Perennius, and then again tortured under his successor Justin, but was delivered by an angel. Her breasts were cut away, she was exposed to wild beasts and to fire, and finally her martyrdom was fulfilled by beheading.
Lutétiæ Parisiórum sancti Germáni, Epíscopi et Confessóris; qui quantæ sanctitátis quantíque fúerit mériti, quibus étiam miráculis clarúerit, litterárum moniméntis Fortunátus Epíscopus consignávit. At Paris, St. Germanus, bishop and confessor, whose fame for holiness, merit, and miracles has been handed down to us by the writings of Bishop Fortunatus.
Medioláni sancti Senatóris Epíscopi, virtútibus et eruditióne claríssimi. At Milan, St. Senator, bishop, who was very well known for his virtues and his learning.
Urgéllæ, in Hispánia Tarraconénsi, sancti Justi Epíscopi. At Urgel in Spain, Bishop St. Justus.
Floréntiæ sancti Pódii, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Florence, St. Podius, bishop and confessor.
Apud Nováriam sancti Bernárdi a Menthóne, Confessóris, qui in monte Jovis, super Alpes, in Valésia, celebérrimum cœnóbium et hospítium exstrúxit, atque a Pio Papa Undécimo, non modo Alpium íncolis vel viatóribus, sed iis étiam qui eárum juga ascendéndo se exércent, cæléstis Patrónus est attribútus. At Novara, St. Bernard of Menton, confessor. On Mount Jou in the Alps of Valais in Switzerland, he founded the famous monastery and hospice. Pope Pius XI appointed him the heavenly patron not only of those who live in or travel across the Alps, but of all mountain climbers.
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
|St. Germanus, Bishop of Paris, Confessor|
|St. Caraunus, or Caranus and Caro, in French Cheron, Martyr|