Séptimo Kaléndas Augústi. Luna . The Twenty-Sixth Day of July. The Night of the Moon.
Dormítio sanctæ Annæ, quæ mater éxstitit Immaculátæ Vírginis Genitrícis Dei Maríæ. The departure from this life of St. Anne, mother of the Immaculate Virgin Mary, the Mother of God.
Philíppis, in Macedónia, natális sancti Erásti, qui, illic a beáto Paulo Apóstolo relíctus Epíscopus, ibídem martyrio coronátus est. At Philippi in Macedonia, the birthday of St. Erastus, who was appointed bishop of that place by the blessed apostle Paul, and was there crowned with martyrdom.
Romæ, via Latína, sanctórum Mártyrum Symphrónii, Olympii, Theodúli et Exsupériæ; qui (ut in gestis sancti Stéphani Papæ légitur), ígnibus combústi, martyrii palmam adépti sunt. At Rome, on the Latin Way, the holy martyrs Symphronius, Olympius, Theodulus, and Exuperia, who (as we read in the Acts of Pope St. Stephen) were burned alive, and thus obtained the palm of martyrdom.
In Portu Románo sancti Hyacínthi Mártyris, qui, primo in ignem injéctus, deínde in profluéntem præcipitátus, illæsus evásit; post hæc, sub Trajáno Imperatóre, a Leóntio Consulári percússus gládio, vitam finívit. Ipsíus corpus Júlia Matróna in prædio suo, juxta Urbem, sepelívit. At Ostia, St. Hyacinth, martyr, who was first thrown into the fire, and then cast into a stream without being injured. Afterwards, under Emperor Trajan, being struck with the sword by the exconsul Leontius, his martyrdom was fulfilled. His body was buried by the matron Julia on her own estate near Rome.
Verónæ sancti Valéntis, Epíscopi et Confessóris. At Verona, St. Valens, bishop and confessor.
Romæ sancti Pastóris Presbyteri, cujus nómine Títulus exstat in Vimináli, apud sanctam Pudentiánam. At Rome, St. Pastor, a priest in whose name a title exists in the church of St. Pudentiana, on the Viminal Hill.
In monastério sancti Benedícti, in agro Mantuáno, sancti Simeónis, Mónachi et Eremítæ, qui, multis miráculis clarus, in senectúte bona quiévit. In the monastery of St. Benedict, near Mantua, St. Simeon, monk and hermit, who was renowned for many miracles, and at an advanced age rested in the Lord.
Lúere, in diœcési Brixiénsi, sanctæ Bartholomǽæ Capitánio, Vírginis, Sorórum a Caritáte Fundatrícis, puéllis instituéndis præcláræ, quam Pius Papa Duodécimus albo sanctárum Vírginum adscrípsit. At Lovere, in the diocese of Brescia, St. Bartholemea Capitanio, virgin, who founded the Sisters of Charity, dedicated to teaching the young. Pope Pius XII added her name to the catalogue of holy virgins.
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. Anne, Mother of the Blessed Virgin|
|St. Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre, Confessor|