Undécimo Kaléndas Augústi


Undécimo Kaléndas Augústi. Luna . The Twenty-Second Day of July. The Night of the Moon. 

Apud Massíliam, in Gállia, natális sanctæ Maríæ Magdalénæ, de qua Dóminus ejécit septem dæmónia, et quæ ipsum Salvatórem a mórtuis resurgéntem prima vidére méruit. At Marseilles in France, the birthday of St. Mary Magdalene, out of whom our Lord expelled seven demons, and who deserved to be the first to see the Saviour after he had risen from the dead.

Philíppis, in Macedónia, sanctæ Syntyches, cujus méminit beátus Paulus Apóstolus. At Philippi in Macedonia, St. Syntyche, mentioned by the blessed apostle Paul.

Ancyræ, in Galátia, natális sancti Platónis Mártyris, qui, sub Agrippíno Vicário, verbéribus cæsus, uncis laniátus férreis, aliísque immaníssimis tormentórum genéribus cruciátus, demum, abscísso cápite, invíctam ánimam Deo réddidit. Ipsíus vero mirácula in subveniéndis captívis, Acta secúndæ Synodi Nicǽnæ testántur. At Ancyra in Galatia, the birthday of the martyr St. Plato. Under the lieutenant-governor Agrippinus, he was scourged, lacerated with iron hooks, and subjected to the most atrocious torments, and finally being beheaded, he rendered his invincible soul to God. The Acts of the Second Council of Nicaea bear witness to his miracles in helping captives.

In Cypro sancti Theóphili Prætóris, qui ab Arábibus tentus, et, cum nec donis nec minis flecti posset ut Christum negáret, gládio cæsus est. In Cyprus, St. Theophilus, a praetor, who was apprehended by the Arabs, and as he could not be induced either by gifts or by threats to deny Christ, was put to the sword.

Antiochíæ sancti Cyrílli Epíscopi, doctrína et sanctitáte conspícui. At Antioch, the holy bishop Cyril, who was distinguished for learning and holiness.

Menáti, in território Arvernénsi, sancti Meneléi Abbátis. At Menat, in the territory of Auvergne, St. Meneleus, abbot.

In monastério Fontanéllæ, in Gállia, sancti Wandregísili Abbátis, miráculis clari; cujus corpus ad Blandínum monastérium, in Flándria, póstea delátum fuit. In the monastery of Fontanelle in France, Abbot St. Wandrille, famous for his miracles. His body was afterwards translated to the monastery of Blandin, in Flanders.

Ulyssipóne, in Lusitánia, sancti Lauréntii a Brundísio, Sacerdótis et Confessóris; qui Ordinis Minórum sancti Francísci Capuccinórum Miníster éxstitit Generális, atque, divíni verbi prædicatióne et árduis pro Dei glória gestis præclárus, a Leóne Décimo tértio, Summo Pontífice, Sanctórum fastis adscríptus est. At Lisbon in Portugal, St. Lawrence of Brindisi, priest and confessor, superior general of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin of St. Francis. Illustrious for his preaching and his arduous labour for the glory of God, he was canonized by Pope Leo XIII.

Scythópoli, in Palæstína, sancti Joséphi Cómitis. At Scythopolis in Palestine, St. Joseph, a count.

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 XXII.
St. Mary Magdalen
St. Vandrille, or Wandregisilus, Abbot
St. Joseph of Palestine
St. Meneve, Abbot
St. Dabius, or Davius, Confessor, of Ireland

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