Séptimo Kaléndas Octóbris. Luna.


Séptimo Kaléndas Octóbris.  Luna The Twenty-Fifth Day of September. The Night of the Moon.

Apud castéllum Emmaus natális beáti Cléophæ, qui fuit Christi discípulus, quem et in eádem domo in qua mensam Dómino paráverat, pro confessióne illíus a Judæis occísum tradunt, et gloriósa memória sepúltum.
At Emmaus, the birthday of blessed Cleophas, disciple of Christ.  It is related that he was killed by the Jews for the confession of our Lord, and honourably buried in the same house in which he had entertained him.

Ambiáni, in Gállia, beáti Firmíni Epíscopi, qui, in persecutióne Diocletiáni, sub Rictiováro Præside, post vária torménta, cápitis decollatióne martyrium sumpsit.
At Amiens in France, in the persecution of Diocletian, blessed Firminus, bishop.  Under the governor Rictiovarus, after many torments he suffered martyrdom by being beheaded.

Eódem die, via Cláudia, sancti Herculáni, mílitis et Mártyris; qui, sub Antoníno Imperatóre, miráculis in passióne beáti Alexándri Epíscopi ad Christum convérsus, atque ob fídei confessiónem, post multa torménta, gládio cæsus est.
At Rome, on the Claudian Way, under Emperor Antoninus, St. Herculanus, soldier and martyr, who was converted to Christ by the miracle wrought during the martyrdom of the blessed bishop Alexander.  After enduring many torments he was put to the sword.

Damásci sanctórum Mártyrum Pauli, et Tattæ cónjugis, ac Sabiniáni, Máximi, Rufi et Eugénii filiórum; qui, Christiánæ religiónis accusáti, verbéribus aliísque supplíciis torti sunt, et in cruciátibus ánimas Deo reddidérunt.
At Damascus, the holy martyrs Paul, his wife Tatta, and their sons Sabinian, Maximus, Rufus, and Eugene.  Accused of professing the Christian religion, they were scourged and tortured in other ways until they gave up their souls unto God.
In Asia pássio sanctórum Bardomiáni, Eucárpi et aliórum vigínti sex Mártyrum.
In Asia, the holy martyrs Bardomian, Eucarpus, and twenty-six others.

Lugdúni, in Gállia, deposítio sancti Lupi, qui ex Anachoréta factus est Epíscopus.
At Lyons in France, the death of St. Lupus, at one time an anchoret, but later a bishop.

Antisiodóri sancti Anachárii, Epíscopi et Confessóris.
At Auxerre, St. Anacharius, bishop and confessor.

Blesis, in Gállia, sancti Solémnii, Epíscopus Carnuténsis, miráculis clari.
At Blois in France, St. Solemnius, bishop of Chartres, renowned for miracles.

Eódem die sancti Princípii, qui fuit Epíscopus Suessionénsis et frater beáti Remígii Epíscopi.
On the same day, St. Principius, bishop of Soissons, brother of the blessed bishop Remigius.

Anágniæ sanctárum Vírginum Auréliæ et Neomísiæ.
At Anagni, the holy virgins Aurelia and Neomysia.

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.

September XXV.
St. Ceolfrid, Abbot
St. Barr, or Finbarr, First Bishop of Cork, Confessor
St. Firmin, Bishop of Amiens, Martyr
St. Aunaire, Bishop of Auxerre

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