Feast of St. Adjutor, Norman master of Vernon Sur-Seine, France.Knight of the First Crusade. Patron of swimmers, boaters, drowning victims, bargemen, yachtsmen and Vernon, France.
Feast of St. Catherine of Siena, Dominican tertiary, Scholastic philosopher, theologian and a doctor of the Church. Patron against fire, bodily ills, diocese of Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA, Europe, illness, Italy, miscarriages, sexual temptation, sick people, sickness and nurses
Feast of St. Gianna Beretta Molla, Italian physician, working mother of four. Patron of Magenta, Italy, Mothers, Physicians, Wives, Families, Unborn children, World Meeting of Families 2015 (co-patron). Died 1962. Canonized 2004.
Feast of St. Zita, Italian servant. Patron of Domestic servants, homemakers, lost keys, people ridiculed for their piety, rape victims, single laywomen, waiters, waitresses, Italian City of Lucca. Died 1272.
Feast of St. Paschasius Radbertus, Carolingian theologian, Abbot of Corbie, France. Orphan left on the steps of the convent of Notre-Dame de Soissons, raised by the nuns. Known for the exegese De Corpore et Sanguine Domini, an exposition on the nature of the Eucharist.
Feast of St. Mark the Evangelist, author of the Second Gospel, cousin of St. Barnabas, founder, the Church of Alexandria. Patron of Barristers, Venice, Egypt and Mainar, Spain.
Feast of St. William Firmatus, Norman Hermit, pilgrim, physician & canon at Saint-Venance, France. He was noted for his love of wildlife & unusual level of communication he seemed to have with animals. Venerated at Mortain, Savigny & Mantilly, France. Patron against headache.
Feast of St. Adalbert of Prague, missionary, Bishop & Martyr. Missionary to the Hungarians, Poles, and Prussians who was martyred in his efforts to convert the Baltic Prussians to Christianity. Patron of Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Prussia and the Archdiocese of Esztergom.
Feast of St. Beuno (anglicized as Bono) 7th-century Welsh abbot, confessor, missionary. Born at Berriew in Powys, descended from Vortigern, king of Britain, ordained at Bangor, Wales, missionary to the kingdom of Gwynedd. Patron of sick children, against diseased cattle.
Feast of St. Agnes of Montepulciano, Dominican prioress in Tuscany, Italy. Known as a miracle worker. Died 1317