AT Rome, on the Salarian way, the birthday of the pope St. Marcellus, a martyr, for the confession of the Catholic faith. By command of the tyrant Maxentius he was first beaten with clubs, then sent to take care of animals, with a guard to watch him. In this servile office, dressed in haircloth, he departed this life.—At Morocco, in Africa, the martyrdom of the holy martyrs of the Order of Minorites, Berard, Peter, Accursius, Adjutus, and Otto.—At Arles, St. Honoratus, bishop and confessor, whose life was renowned for learning and miracles.—At Oderzo, St. Titian, bishop and confessor.—At Rhinocolura, in Egypt, in the reign of the emperor Valens, the holy bishop Melas, who rested in peace after suffering exile and other painful trials for the Catholic faith.—At Fundi, in Campania, St. Honoratus, abbot, mentioned by pope St. Gregory.—In the monastery of Peronne, St. Fursey, confessor.—At Rome, St. Priscilla, who devoted herself and her goods to the service of the martyrs.
And elsewhere many other holy martyrs, confessors and holy virgins.
Thanks be to God.