ON Mount Gargano, the apparition of the Archangel St. Michael.—At Milan, the birthday of the holy martyr Victor, a Moor. He became a Christian in his youth, and served as soldier in the imperial army. When Maximian wished to force him to offer sacrifice to idols, he persevered with the greatest fortitude in the confession of the Lord. Being first beaten with rods, but without experiencing any pain, through the protection of God, and then having melted lead poured over him, which did him no injury whatever, he at length terminated the career of his glorious martyrdom by being beheaded.—At Constantinople, in the persecution of Diocletian and Maximian, St. Acathius, a centurion, who, being denounced as a Christian by the tribune Firmus, and cruelly tortured at Perinthus by the judge Bibian, was finally condemned to death at Byzantium by the proconsul Flaccinus. His body was afterwards miraculously brought to the shore of Syllacium, where it is preserved with due honor.—At Vienne, St Denis, bishop and confessor.—At Auxerre, St. Helladius, bishop.—In the diocese of Besancon, St. Peter, bishop.—In Ireland, St. Wiro, bishop.
And elsewhere many other holy martyrs, confessors and holy virgins.
Thanks be to God.