THE Octave of St. John the Baptist.—Feast of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ.—On Mount Hor, the demise of St. Aaron, the first priest of the Levitical Order.—In England, the holy martyrs Julius and Aaron, who suffered after St. Alban, in the persecution of Diocletian. In the same country, a great number being at that time tortured in different manners and barbarously lacerated, ended their combat, and attained to the joys of the heavenly city.—At Mechlin, the martyrdom of St. Rumold, son of an Irish king, and bishop of Dublin.—At Sinuessa, the holy martyrs Castus and Secundinus, bishops.—At Vienne, St. Martin, bishop and disciple of the Apostles.—At Clermont, in Auvergne, St. Gal, bishop.—In the diocese of Lyons, the decease of St. Domitian, abbot, who was the first to lead there an eremitical life. After having assembled in that place many servants of God, and gained great renown for virtues and miracles, he was gathered to his fathers at an advanced age.—In the diocese of Rheims, St. Theodoric, priest and disciple of the blessed bishop Remigius.—At Angouleme, St. Eparchius, abbot.—At Emesa, St. Simeon, surnamed Salus, confessor, who feigned to be an idiot for Christ; but God manifested his high wisdom by great miracles.—At Vicenza, the demise of St. Theobald, of the Counts of Gampania, hermit, who was added to the number of the saints by Alexander III. on account of his holiness and miracles.
And elsewhere many other holy martyrs, confessors and holy virgins.
Thanks be to God.