January 1
Octave of the Nativity of Christ
Circumcision of Christ
Almachius, martyr [common]
Basil (the Great), bishop (of Caesarea), confessor [GTZ: Trent, Arles; 6082]
Clarus, abbot (at Vienne), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Vienne]
Concordius, martyr [BLS]
Eugendus, abbot, confessor [BLS; GTZ: Genf, Sitten, Lyon]
Fanchea, virgin [BLS]
Felix, bishop (of Bourges) [BLS]
Fulgentius, bishop, confessor [BLS]
Hugolinus a Gualdo [BLS]
Joseph M. Tommasi [BLS]
Martina, virgin, martyr [GTZ: one or more religious orders]
Mary, Mother of God [MR]
Odilo, abbot (of Cluny) [BLS]
William, abbot (of St. Benigne at Dijon) [BLS]
Zdislava Berka, matron [BLS]


January 2
Adalar, abbot [BLS]
Airaldus, bishop [BLS]
Aspasius, bishop, confessor (at Melun) [BLS; GTZ: Sens]
Basil (the Great) and Gregory (of Nazianzus), bishops, Doctors of the Church [MR]
Bentivoglia de Bonis, confessor [BLS]
Clarus, abbot (at Vienne), confessor [GTZ: Genf, Embrun, Lyon]
Gerard Cagnoli, confessor [BLS: Sicily]
Macarius (of Alexandria), anchoret [BLS]
Munchin [BLS: Limerick]
Odilo, abbot, confessor [GTZ: Cluniacs]
Stephen, protomartyr (Octave) [common]
Stephana Quinzani, virgin [BLS]
Vincencianus, hermit [BLS]


January 3
Antherus, pope, martyr [BLS]
Bertilia, virgin [BLS]
Florentius, bishop (of Vienne), martyr [BLS]
Genevieve, virgin [BLS; GTZ: France; PCP (Paris), in red]
Gordius, martyr [BLS]
John, apostle, evangelist (Octave) [common]
Peter Balsam, martyr [BLS]
Theopemptus, bishop, martyr [BLS]


January 4
Angela (of Foligno), widow [BLS]
Ferreolus, bishop (of Uzès), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Uzès]
Gregory, bishop (of Langres) [BLS; GTZ: Langres]
Holy Innocents, martyrs (Octave) [common]
Oringa, virgin [BLS]
Pharaildis, virgin [BLS: Flanders]
Rigobert, bishop (of Reims), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Reims]
Roger (of Ellant), confessor [BLS]
Titus, bishop [BLS]
Thomas Plumtree, martyr [BLS]


January 5
Vigil of Epiphany
Convoyon, abbot [BLS]
Edward, king, confessor [GTZ: England]
Emiliana, virgin [BLS]
Gerlac, hermit [BLS]
Severinus, abbot, confessor [GTZ: Passau]
Simeon Stylites, monk, confessor [BLS; GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)]
Syncletica, virgin [BLS]
Telesphorus, pope [BLS]
Thomas, bishop (Octave) [WTS (Bruges)]


January 6
Epiphany
Erminold, abbot, martyr [BLS]
Gertrude van der Oosten, virgin [BLS]
Guarinus [BLS]
Macra, virgin, martyr [GTZ: Paris, Soissons]
Melanius, bishop, confessor [BLS]
Peter Thomas, Carmelite, bishop (of Constantinople) [BLS]
Wiltrudis, widow, abbess (of Bergen) [BLS]


January 7
Aldric, bishop (of LeMans), confessor [BLS; GTZ: LeMans]
Cedd, bishop (of London) [BLS]
Edward Waterson, martyr [BLS]
Frambaldus, monk (at Micy) (Translation) [PCP (Paris)]
Isidore, martyr [HCC; WTS (Bruges)]
Isidore, bishop (of Seville), confessor [GTZ: Paderborn]
Kanute, duke (of Sleswig), martyr [GTZ: Sleswig, Scandinavia, Finnland (as king)]
Kentigerna, widow [BLS; GTZ: Scotland]
Lucian, priest, martyr [BLS]
Palladius, bishop (of Embrun) [GTZ: Embrun]
Pelagius, bishop (of Embrun) [GTZ: Embrun]
Raymond (of Peñafort), priest [MR]
Reinold, martyr [GTZ: Cologne]
Sanctinus, bishop (of Senlis) [GTZ: Senlis]
Tillo, abbot, confessor [BLS; GTZ: Limoges]
Valentine, bishop (of Passau), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Salzburg]
Vitalis, abbot (of Savigny) [common]
Wittikund, confessor [BLS]


January 8
Albert, bishop (of Cashel) [BLS: Cashel]
Apollinaris the Apologist, bishop [BLS]
Atticus, bishop (of Constantinople) [BLS]
Baldwin, martyr [BLS]
Erhard, bishop (of Regensburg), confessor [BLS; GTZ]
Eugene, bishop, martyr [HCC]
Frodobert, abbot (at Troyes) [BLS; GTZ: Troyes (Translation)]
Garibaldus, bishop (of Ratisbon) [BLS]
Gudula, virgin [GTZ: Liège; BLS: Brussels]
Lucian, priest, martyr (with Maximus and Julian) [BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)]
Natalanus, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Scotland]
Patiens, bishop (of Metz) [BLS; GTZ: Metz]
Pega, virgin [BLS]
Rigobert, bishop (of Reims), confessor [GTZ: Paris, Tours; PCP (Paris)]
Severinus, abbot [BLS: Austria]
Severinus, bishop (of Septempeda), confessor [common; 6082, in red]
William, bishop (of York), confessor (Translation) [BLS; GTZ: York]
Wulsin, bishop (of Sherbourne) [BLS]


January 9
Adrian, abbot (of Canterbury) [BLS]
Brihtwald, bishop (of Canterbury) [BLS]
Felan, abbot [BLS]
Foelanus, abbot, confessor [GTZ: Scotland]
Honorius, martyr [BLS]
Jodocus, priest, confessor (Translation) [GTZ: Winchester]
Julian and Basilissa, virgins, martyrs [BLS; GTZ: Passau, France; HCC, without Basilissa]
Lucianus, bishop (of Beauvais), martyr [PCP (Paris)]
Pauline Marie Jaricot [BLS]
Marciana, virgin, martyr [BLS; GTZ: Trier; HBD: Toledo]
Paschasia, virgin, martyr [BLS; GTZ: Dijon]
Peter (of Sebaste), bishop, confessor [BLS]
Waningus [BLS]


January 10
Agatho, pope [BLS]
Gregory (X), pope [BLS]
John Camillus Bonus, bishop (of Milan), confessor [BLS]
Marcian, priest, confessor [BLS]
Paul, the first hermit, confessor [common]
Peter Useolus, confessor [BLS]
Petronius, bishop (of St. Dié), confessor [GTZ: Vienne]
Polieuctus, martyr [GTZ: Metz]
Sethrida, virgin [BLS]
Valeric, hermit [GTZ: Limoges]
William, bishop (of Bourges), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Cistercians, France; PCP (Paris)]


January 11
Brettiva, virgin (at Brict.) [GTZ: Norway]
Egwin, bishop (of Worcester), confessor [BLS]
Hyginius, pope, martyr [BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders; PRI]
Leucius, bishop (of Brindisi), confessor [BLS]
Palaemon, hermit [BLS]
Paulinus, bishop (of Aquileia), confessor [GTZ: Aquileia]
Quintinus, martyr [WTS (Bruges)]
Salvius, bishop (of Amiens) [BLS]
Theodosius (the Cenobiarch) [BLS]
Three Kings (Death) [GTZ: Cologne]
Vitalis (of Gaza), monk [BLS]
William, bishop (of Bourges) [PCP (Paris)]
William Carter, martyr [BLS]


January 12
Aelred, abbot [BLS]
Arcadius, martyr [BLS]
Benedict (Biscop), abbot (of Wearmouth), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Durham; PRI: England]
Caesaria, virgin [BLS]
Ciriacus and Zoticus, martyrs [WTS (Bruges)]
John, pope [HCC]
Hilary, bishop (of Poitiers) [PCP (Paris)]
Remigius [PCP (Paris)]
Satyrus, martyr [GTZ: Lebus]
Tatiana, virgin, martyr [BLS]
Tigrius and Eutropius, martyrs [BLS]
Victorianus, abbot [BLS]


January 13
Octave of Epiphany
Agricius, bishop (of Trier) [BLS; GTZ: Trier]
Berno, abbot (of Cluny) [BLS]
Firminus, bishop (of Amiens), martyr (sometimes confessor) (Invention) [GTZ: Amiens]
Godfrey, count (of Cappenburg) [BLS]
Hilary, bishop (of Poitiers), confessor, Doctor of the Church [common]
Ivetta, widow, anchoress [BLS]
Kentigern (Mungho), bishop (of Glasgow), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Scotland]
Potitus, martyr [BLS]
Remigius, bishop (of Reims), confessor (Transitus) Trier, Reims [GTZ]
Veronica (of Milan) [BLS]


January 14
Barbashemin (and companions), martyrs [BLS]
Datius, bishop (of Milan) [BLS]
Felix (of Nola), priest (sometimes bishop), confessor (sometimes martyr) [common; 6082, as two saints Felix, both in red]
Hilary, bishop [BLS; PRI]
Kentigern [BLS: Glasgow]
Macrina the Elder, widow [BLS]
Martyrs of Mt. Sinai and Raithu [BLS]
Odo (of Novaria), confessor [BLS]
Pontianus, martyr [GTZ: Utrecht; HCC, in red]
Sabas, bishop (of Servia) [BLS]


January 15
Alexander Akimetes, confessor [BLS]
Bonitus, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor [GTZ: southern France, Paris; PCP (Paris)]
Ceolwulf, king, confessor [BLS]
Emebert, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor [BLS]
Ephysius [BLS]
Isidore, priest, hermit [common]
Isidore, bishop (of Seville), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Sitten, Arles]
Ita, abbess (at Newcastle, Limerick) [BLS]
John Calybites, confessor, [BLS; GTZ: Besançon]
Macarius, abbot, confessor [GTZ: Liège, Sens]
Malard, bishop (of Chartres), confessor [BLS]
Maurilius, bishop (of Angers), confessor (Translation) [GTZ: Angers]
Maurus, abbot, confessor [common; GTZ: Freising, Constance (with Macarius); PCP (Paris), 6082, in red]
Paul, the first hermit, confessor [BLS; GTZ: modern usage; PRI]
Peter (of Castelnau), martyr [BLS]
Remedius, hermit, confessor [GTZ: Trent]
Tarsitia, virgin [BLS; GTZ: Rodez]


January 16
Dacian and companions, martyrs [GTZ: Bamberg]
Ferriolus, bishop (of Grenoble) [BLS]
Five Friars Minor (Berardus, Peter, Accursius, Adjutus and Otto), martyrs [BLS; GTZ: Franciscans]
Furseus, bishop (sometimes abbot), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Cambrai, Paris, Noyon; PCP (Paris)]
Gonsalvo (of Amaranthia), confessor [BLS]
Henry, hermit (at Cocket, Northumberland) [BLS]
Honoratus, bishop (of Arles), confessor [BLS; GTZ: southern France]
James, bishop (of Tarentaise) [BLS; GTZ: Tarentaise]
Macarius the Elder [BLS]
Marcellus, pope (sometimes only bishop), martyr (sometimes confessor) [common; 6082, in red]
Priscilla, matron [BLS]
Tarantaise [BLS]
Tatian and companions, martyrs [GTZ: Bamberg]
Triverius, hermit, monk (at Lyon) [BLS: Lyon]


January 17
Anthony, abbot, hermit, confessor [common; 6082, in red]
Genulf, bishop (of Cahors), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Albi, Bourges]
Julian Sabas, hermit [BLS]
Mildgytha, virgin [BLS]
Richimirus, abbot [BLS]
Roselina, nun [BLS]
Sabinas, bishop (of Piacenza), confessor [BLS]
Speosippus, Eleosippus, and Meleosippus, martyrs [BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris)]
Sulpicius (Severus), bishop (of Bourges), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Metz, Paderborn, Strassburg, France; PCP (Paris)]


January 18
St. Peter's Chair at Rome [BLS; PRI]
Christina Ciccarelli, virgin [BLS]
Deicolus, abbot [BLS; GTZ: Besançon]
Leobard, recluse [GTZ: Tours]
Prisca, virgin, martyr [common]
Ulfrid, martyr [BLS]
Venerandus, bishop (of Auvergne) [GTZ: Clermont]
Volusianus, bishop (of Tours), martyr [BLS; GTZ: southern France]


January 19
Andrew (of Peschiera), confessor [BLS]
Bassianus, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Apt]
Branvalator, confessor [GTZ: Winchester]
Bernard (of Corleone) [BLS]
Desiderius, bishop (of Langres), martyr (Translation) [GTZ: Langres]
Germanicus, martyr [BLS]
Henry, bishop (of Uppsala), martyr [GTZ: Scandinavia]
Kanute, king (of Denmark), martyr [BLS]
Launomar, priest (at Chartres), abbot [GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)]
Marius, Martha, and sons (Audifax and Abachum), martyrs [common]
Nathalan, bishop [BLS]
Patroclus, martyr [GTZ: Troyes]
Pontianus, martyr [GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg]
Remigius, bishop (of Rouen) [BLS]
Thomas (of Cori) [BLS]
Wulstan, bishop (of Worcester), confessor [BLS; GTZ: England; PRI: England]


January 20
Benedict Ricasoli, monk [BLS]
Contestus, bishop (of Bayeux) [GTZ: Bayeux]
Desiderius, bishop (of Thérouanne) [BLS]
Euthymius, abbot [BLS]
Fabian, pope, and Sebastian, martyrs [common; PCP (Paris), in red; 6082, Sebastian in red]
Fechin, abbot [BLS]
Henry, bishop (of Uppsala), martyr [GTZ: Abo only]
Mary and Martha [6082]


January 21
Agnes, virgin, martyr [common; HCC, 6082, in red]
Edward Stransham, martyr [BLS]
Epiphanius, bishop (of Pavia) [BLS]
Fructuosus, bishop (of Tarragona), and companions (Augurius and Eulogius), martyrs [BLS; GTZ: Spain, Narbonne]
Inez de Beniganim, virgin [BLS]
Meginrad, hermit, martyr [BLS; GTZ: Constance, Chur]
Nicholas Woodfen, priest [BLS]
Patroclus, martyr [BLS; GTZ: Cologne]
Winnin, bishop, confessor [BLS; GTZ: Scotland]


January 22
Anastasius, martyr [common; GTZ: Speyer]
Blaesilla, widow [BLS]
Brihtwold, bishop, confessor [BLS]
Dominic (of Sora), abbot [BLS; 6082]
Epiphanius, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Hildesheim]
Ulphus, martyr [GTZ: Troyes]
Urban, pope (sometimes only bishop), martyr (sometimes only confessor) (Translation) [GTZ: Magdeburg]
Vincent, deacon, martyr [common; PCP (Paris), 6082, in red]
Vincent, Orontius and Victor, martyrs [GTZ: southern France]


January 23
Agilus, abbot [GTZ: Sens]
Asclas [BLS]
Bernard, bishop (of Vienne), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Lausanne, southern France]
Clement (of Ancyra) and Agathangelus, martyrs [BLS]
Emerentiana, virgin, martyr [common]
Eusebius, abbot [BLS]
Ildephonsus, bishop (of Toledo) [BLS]
John (the Almoner), bishop (of Alexandria) [BLS]
Lufthild [BLS]
Macarius, martyr (sometimes confessor) [GTZ]
Maimbod, martyr [BLS; GTZ: Besançon]
Margaret (of Ravenna), virgin [BLS]
Raymond (of Peñafort), monk [BLS]
Urban, bishop (of Langres), confessor [GTZ: Langres]


January 24
Artemius, bishop (of Auvergne), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Clermont]
Autbert, bishop (of Cambrai), confessor (Elevation) [GTZ: Cambrai]
Babylas, bishop (of Antioch), martyr [BLS; GTZ: England, France, Norway; PCP (Paris), as Basille]
Cadoc, abbot [BLS]
Eric, king, martyr (Translation) [GTZ: Scandinavia]
Felician, bishop (of Foligno), martyr [BLS]
Francis (of Sales), bishop, Doctor of the Church [MR]
Macedonius, anchoret [BLS]
Macharius, martyr [WTS (Bruges)]
Marcolino (of Forli), confessor [BLS]
Sabinianus, martyr (at Troyes) [GTZ: Troyes]
Timothy, apostle, martyr [common]


January 25
Amarinus, martyr [GTZ: Basel]
Apollo, hermit [BLS]
Artemas, martyr [BLS]
Juventinus and Maximinus, martyrs [BLS]
Paul, apostle (Conversion) [common]
Poppo, abbot (of Stavelot) [BLS]
Prejectus, bishop (of Clermont), martyr [BLS; GTZ; PCP (Paris), as Priest]
Publius, abbot [BLS]


January 26
Alberic, abbot (of Cîteaux), confessor [BLS]
Conan, bishop (of the Isle of Man) [BLS]
Julian, bishop (of LeMans) [PCP (Paris)]
Marus, bishop (of Trier) [GTZ: Trier]
Paula, widow [BLS; GTZ: Sens]
Polycarp, bishop (of Smyrna), martyr [common]
Timothy and Titus, bishops [MR]


January 27
Angela Merici, virgin [MR]
John Chrysostom, bishop (of Constantinople), Doctor of the Church [common]
John (of Warneton), bishop (of Thérouanne) [BLS]
Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) [BLS; GTZ: Genf, Paderborn, France, England, Scotland, Scandinavia, one or more religious orders; PCP (Paris)]
Lupus, bishop (of Chalon-sur-Saône) [GTZ: Chalon-sur-Saône]
Marius, abbot, confessor [BLS; GTZ: southern France]
Paula, widow [GTZ: Hereford]
Vitalian, pope [BLS]


January 28
Agnes, virgin, martyr (Octave) [common]
Anthony (of Amandola) [BLS]
Charlemagne, emperor [GTZ]
Cyril, bishop (of Alexandria) [BLS]
Giles (of Lorenzana) [BLS]
James (the Almsgiver) [BLS]
John, abbot (at Réome) [BLS; GTZ: Langres, Limoges]
John Elemosynarius, confessor [GTZ: Cluniacs]
Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) [GTZ: Teutonic Knights]
Margaret (of Hungary) [BLS: Hungary]
Mary Mancini, widow [BLS]
Maura, virgin (at Tours) [GTZ: Tours]
Odoric (of Pordenone), confessor [BLS]
Paulinus, bishop (of Aquileia) [BLS]
Racho, bishop (of Autun), confessor [GTZ: Autun]
Roger (of Todi) [BLS]
Thomas Aquinas, priest, confessor, Doctor of the Church [MR; GTZ: Dominicans (Translation)]


January 29
Anastasia, widow, martyr [GTZ: Augsburg]
Bathildis, queen [PCP (Paris), as Baudent]
Constantius, bishop, martyr [GTZ: Magdeburg, Ratzeburg]
Gildas (the Wise), abbot (in Brittany), confessor [GTZ: Poitiers, Tours; BLS: Vannes]
Julian, bishop (of LeMans), confessor (sometimes martyr) [GTZ: Cistercians]
Julian, the Hospitaler [GTZ: Aquileia]
Paula, widow [GTZ: Paris; PCP (Paris)]
Sabina, virgin (at Troyes), martyr [GTZ: Troyes]
Sabinianus, martyr [BLS]
Serena, virgin [GTZ: Metz, Toul]
Sulpicius Severus, bishop (of Bourges) [BLS; GTZ: Bourges, Tours]
Valerius, bishop (of Trier), confessor [common]
Voloc, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Scotland]


January 30
Adelelmus, abbot [BLS]
Adelgundis, virgin, abbess (at Mauberge) [common]
Anatolius, bishop (of Salinis), confessor [GTZ: Langres]
Anne, mother of Mary (Translation) [GTZ: Rouen]
Barsamja, bishop (of Odessa), martyr [BLS]
Bathildis, queen (of France) [BLS; GTZ: France, England; PCP (Paris)]
Flavian, martyr [GTZ: Châlons-sur-Marne]
Glascian, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Scotland]
Hyacintha Mariscotti, virgin [BLS]
Martina, virgin, martyr [BLS]
Matthew, bishop (of Jerusalem), confessor [GTZ: Teutonic Knights, Carmelites]
Polycarp, martyr [PCP (Paris)]


January 31
Aedhan, bishop (of Ferns) [BLS]
Cyrus and John, martyrs [BLS; GTZ: one or more religious orders]
Eusebius, hermit, martyr [BLS]
Felix, Fortunatus and Achilleus, martyrs (at Valence) (Translation) [GTZ: Valence]
Gaudus, bishop (of Evreux) [GTZ: Evreux]
Geminianus, bishop (of Modena), confessor [BLS; GTZ: Mainz]
Hyacinthus, martyr [WTS (Bruges)]
Ignatius, bishop, martyr [GTZ: Gnesen, Utrecht; HCC]
John Bosco, priest [MR]
Julius, priest, confessor [GTZ: Magdeburg, Brandenburg, Havelburg, Ratzeburg; Chur, Sitten (with Julian)]
Lodivica Albertoni, widow [BLS]
Marcella, widow [BLS]
Mark, evangelist, martyr (Translation) [GTZ: Venice, Dominicans]
Metrannus, martyr [GTZ: northern France; PCP (Paris)]
Modoc, bishop, confessor [GTZ: Scotland]
Paolo Gambara-Costa, matron [BLS]
Patroclus, martyr [GTZ: Soissons]
Peter Nolasco, confessor [BLS]
Protus, martyr [WTS (Bruges)]
Sabina, virgin (at Troyes), martyr [GTZ: Toul]
Thyrsus and Victor, martyrs [GTZ: Basel, northern France]
Torquatus, bishop (of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux) [GTZ: Arles]
Ulphia, virgin, hermit [BLS; GTZ: Amiens]
Veronus, confessor (Invention) [GTZ: Mons]
Vigilius, bishop (of Trent), martyr [GTZ: Passau, Strassburg, Trier, Trent (Translation)]


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